Meet the China's newly crowned Miss BUM BUM 2017...well deserved!

The Chinese babes over the years are not known to have adorable bums that can either be staged for competitions like this let alone be compaired with any other regions in on the planet, likes of Africa, South & North America and even Europe.
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But now, the 19-year-old Gao Qian wowed judges with her perky posterior and secured the title for the "most beautiful buttocks" award in China.

But now  has revealed that having slender curves and an eye-popping butt comes at a price.
In an interview with MailOnline , the part-time personal trainer said she could not wear tight leggings because "people would surround me and point at my backside".
“I will carry on training no matter how hard it might get”Gao Qian

She also told how she was left feeling awkward when she saw a couple arguing after the boyfriend remarked on her eye-popping curves.
Gao stunned judges with her toned backside at the "Beautiful Buttocks Contest" in Shenyang, China, after sticking to a strict workout regime.
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The brunette beauty beat 50 other women to be crowned the winner after showing off her best moves during the competition – which is China's answer to Brazil's Miss BumBum contest.
And her secret to her outstanding rear is spending six hours per day in the gym – making sure she completes thousands of squats and lunges.

Gao, who is a popular vlogger, showed off the impressive results to her followers on social media.

She said: "I'm very pleased with the results. I will carry on training no matter how hard it might get. This is the career I love."
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The stunning teen insisted she was all-natural and claimed she has never had bottom implants.
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Despite China being a conservative country, Gao said her family supported her decision to enter the competition.

"My father gave me much encouragement after I signed up for the competition. My family also think it's a very positive thing to do," she said.

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