Are You H.I.M.'s Biggest Fan?

Are you the ultimate H.I.M. fan from the U.S.? If you are and can prove it, you can win a trip to meet H.I.M. at the opening night of Projekt Revolution in Seattle, WA, plus get your own private performance from Ville Valo and the band, and have the whole journey documented on video and have it appear on the H.I.M. DVD, coming in 2008. If you think this should be you, if you bear your heartagram proudly, if you think you know all about H.I.M., put together a video no longer than three minutes letting everyone know why you should be a part of this event. Only residents of the U.S. will be accepted. All other countries will not be eligible.

Just upload your submission to YouTube or any other video service you like and e-mail the LINK ONLY (non-hosted files will not be accepted) to [email protected] with the subject line "HIM Biggest Fan contest" no later than July 5. Those chosen to participate will be notified on July 6 via e-mail.

Click here for official rules.

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