THREE lucky winners will have the sweet smell of success in News Shopper’s fragrant new competition.

We have teamed up with Debenhams to offer you the heaven-scent chance of winning a bottle of the new Jimmy Choo FLASH eau de parfum.

If you want to get your hands on a 100ml bottle of this luscious new perfume, get your thinking cap on and come up with a top idea for a new celebrity fragrance.

To enter you need to come up with the combination of a celebrity (male or female) and the perfect name for a new perfume or aftershave which he or she could release. The name of the fragrance needs to have relevance to the celeb you’ve chosen.

For example, Chelsea footballer Frank Lampard could release an aftershave called Blue – but we’re expecting you to be a lot more creative than this!

To take part, go to News Shopper's Facebook page, like our page and click on the Celebrity Fragrance Competition tab.

Click ‘submit an entry’ and fill in the required details about yourself. Add the name of your celebrity, the idea for the perfect fragrance name and a very brief explanation of your idea.

You, your friends and family, and the wider public will be able to vote for the best celeb fragrance suggestion.

However, voting will be ‘just for fun’ because at the end of the contest News Shopper will select the lucky winners based on three entries we consider to be the most amusing or clever.

The closing date for entries is February 28. Voting will close on March 4 and winners will be announced later that week.

Sweet scent

Available exclusively at Debenhams, FLASH is the second fragrance from fashion superstar Choo, famed for his luxury shoes.

The new fragrance aims to evoke “the cool rush of excitement and the sense of power a woman feels when dressed in a pair of sexy shoes”

Based around a bouquet of white flowers with top notes of pink pepper and strawberry, it conjures up the “promise, excitement and high octane atmosphere of going out”, encased in a “shimmering, crystal faceted bottle, reminiscent of a paparazzi flash bulb”,