Nabilla Benattia

 Nabilla Benattia, or simply Nabilla, (born 1992) is a model and a personality on French reality TV.She has appeared in l'Amour est aveugle, Hollywood Girls and les Anges de la télé-réalité.
She became known in France for her one-liner "non, mais allô quoi" on les Anges de la télé-réalité.The line was subsequently used in ads from brands such as IKEA and Carrefour.It gave rise to a number of parody videos viewed millions of times on YouTube, including a Downfall parody. She registered the phrase as a trademark at the Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle
Nabilla was first hired by a modelling agency when she was 14 years old.
Soon after she was elected Miss Salon international de l'automobile de Genève 2011 while working on the Peugeot stand, Benattia, aged 17 in October 2011, appeared in TF1's reality TV show l'Amour est aveugle, in which the participants meet in total darkness.
Following her first appearance on TV, Benattia underwent breast enlargement surgery, which she claims was to further her career, enabling her to appear in publications such as Maxim and Playboy.
During 2012, she appeared in the fourth series of les Anges de la télé-réalité, shot in Hawaii. The programme, which airs on NRJ 12, follows a group of reality TV personalities for ten weeks. On the show she became romantically involved with Sofiane Tadjine-Lambert, who was in Star Academy 4. He wrote a song for her Dingue de toi (Nabi… Nabilla), which reached number 25 in the French music charts.
In early 2013, she finished filming on the fifth series in Florida. For her participation in this series, Benattia purportedly earned €25,000. In the fourth episode, after an argument with a participant regarding the purchasing of shampoo at the request of one of the other woman Frédérique, Benattia uttered the words to the camera that led to the establishment of her celebrity status:
Nabilla's uttering created a media buzz in France and generated many parodies, on the internet and in various media. La Grosse Équipe, the production company behind les Anges, registered four trademarks in mid-March with l'Institut national de la propriété industrielle, the French intellectual property registry. These were "Allô, quoi", "Allô, t'es une fille, t'as pas de shampooing, c'est comme si je dis, t'es une fille, t'as pas de cheveux", "Allô, non mais allô quoi", and "Allô, Nabilla la vraie vie de la famille Benattia". The last of these resulted in rumours discussed on Twitter that a new reality show was in the offing with her as the star. In a TV interview on the talkshow Grand journal, watched by 1.8 million viewers, Benattia confirmed that there will be a reality TV show following her day-to-day. La Gross Équipe has also registered "Nabilla cherche l'amour" as a title for a TV show.
A fifth trademark "Nabilla allô t'es une fille t'as pas de shampooing c' est comme si t'es une fille t'as pas de cheveux" was registered by Benattia herself. The trademarks are registered across ten categories covering a wide range of products including scientific instruments, jewellery and linen but not shampoo.
As of April 2013, NRJ 12, which handles her publicity, is looking for a dedicated press officer to manage her exclusively, as her celebrity grows.
In April 2013, a French Wikipedia article about her was deleted after a debate resulted in the decision that she lacked encyclopedic interest, being merely the object of a "buzz" instead of proper "information" this decision on the French-language Wikipedia generated some media attention The page has now been redirected to that of Les Anges de la téléréalité.
Personal life
Benattia was born in Ambilly, France near the border with Switzerland. Her father is Algerian and her mother, Italian.She has been in a relationship with Thomas Vergara since January 2013.
Nabilla Benattia was found involved in criminal activities in Geneva between 2008 and 2009.She was accomplice with three Zairian fraudsters to open bank accounts using a stolen passport and to withdraw money. She opened several bank account under a false identity. Few days later, they were stealing the money transfers in public letter boxes, and modifying the bank account details, to redirect the money to the bank account that they opened. The victims did'nt realized the robbery instantly, because, most of them were elderly people. According to the department of justice, approximately 200'000 swiss francs were stolen.She was caught on CCTV in an office of the UBS Bank in January 2009 and was arrested at Geneva airport in July 2009, with the passport of her cousin, and used a false identity to the police. With the Zairians, they were charged with fraud. She spent a month in La Clairière prison (youth detention center) for her part in the crimes.