Broadway's Neumann Wins Daffy's Apartment

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Fashion retailer Daffy's caused a considerable stir this summer with the launch of a contest that extended its discount pricing into the world of Manhattan real estate.


Nearly 3,000 people submitted 30-second videos in a bid to win a massively discounted 10-month rental lease for a fully furnished 1,380-square-foot luxury apartment in the West Village.  The winning contestant would receive a whopping 90 percent off of the estimated monthly rental value of $7,000 and pay a mere $700 a month for the two-bedroom property at One 7th Avenue South.

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With the contest narrowed down to five finalists, the public was invited to view the entry videos and vote on the winner.  It was announced today that, with over 9,800 votes, the new resident of the Daffy's Apartment will be Broadway performer Kimberly Dawn Neumann.

Neumann was most recently seen covering the roles of Cassie and Sheila in A Chorus Line.  Other Broadway credits include Urban Cowboy, Annie Get Your Gun and Ragtime.  She is also a best-selling dating and relationship writer whose books include The Real Reasons Men Commit: Why He Will - or Won't - Love, Honor and Marry You and Sex Comes First: 15 Ways to Help Your Relationship - Without Leaving Your Bedroom.

The other four finalists vying for the apartment were rapper and day trader Nolan Myerson, comedian Dartanion London, singer Terrell Lane and actor Tom Protulipac.

Click here to view Kimberly's winning video and take a virtual tour of her new home.

Neumann won't have a chance to move into her new digs just yet.  She is currently in Salt Lake City performing the role of Cassie in A Chorus Line at the Pioneer Theatre. Below is a promo video for the production, including an excerpt from her "Music and the Mirror" dance:

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