The 20-year-old model, who represented Gombe, is also an aspiring actress and a graduate of Lead City University, Ibadan.
Since starting her Modelling career in 2010 she has modeled for Kiki-Kamano, Adebayo Jones, Needlekraft, Modela couture, Frank Oshodi, Elizabeth Waldorf, Debby-Stitches, Mai-Atafo and many others.
Precious is currently signed to ISIS Models.
Precious John was also recently featured in Punch Newspaper where she talks about being a model, what she is currently working on, her role models, maintaining her features and much more.
Read excerpts from the interview below.
On her family: My parents did not support my decision to become a model. They believe only badly-behaved children become models. With time, they saw reason with me and approved of my decision to take part in MBGN.
On her role models: I admire Tyra Banks. She has achieved so much on and off the runway. I look up to Agbani Darego. We have met before and we compared notes. I also admire Millen Magese and Naomi Campbell.
On her pet projects: As the MBGN Model of the Year, I do not have a pet project because I am a model.
On her fame: When I go to the market to buy things, people point at me. Sometimes, I am not free to do some of the things I want to do because it appears everyone is looking at me. Being famous is an advantage because people know me and it keeps me in check.
On her beauty: I work hard to stay slim. In my family, we are chubby. I go to the gym when I am free and I also eat healthy. My statistics are 34, 27, and 36. I am six feet tall. I do not like heavy make-up, except if I have a photo shoot. I make sure I wash my face before I go to bed.
Photo Credit: www.preciousjohn.com