President Vladimir Putin of Russia has announced that he will host a beauty contest among his lookalikes, who have been selected from various regions of the country. The contest, which will take place in Moscow next month, will feature 20 contestants who bear a striking resemblance to the Russian leader.
The contestants will have to undergo a series of tests and challenges, such as riding a horse, wrestling a bear, playing chess, and singing the national anthem. The judges will include Putin himself, as well as some of his close allies and friends, such as Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, and the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
The winner of the contest will receive a special prize from Putin, which has not been revealed yet. Some speculate that it could be a luxury car, a villa, or even a position in the government. The runner-up and the third-place winner will also receive some rewards, while the rest of the contestants will receive certificates of participation and souvenirs.
The contest has been met with mixed reactions from the public and the media. Some people have praised Putin for his sense of humor and his generosity, while others have criticized him for his narcissism and his waste of resources. Some have expressed curiosity and interest in watching the contest, while others have dismissed it as a propaganda stunt.