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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Delphine Wespiser Crowned Miss France 2012

Road to Miss Universe 2012


Delphine Wespiser was crowned Miss France 2012 on December 3, 2011. Delphine is 19 year old and stands 1.75m. She will represent France in Miss Universe 2012.





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Ayanda Dube was crowned Miss Swaziland 2012

Road to Miss World 2012





ZULWINI, Swaziland - Ayanda Dube (23, Luyengo) was crowned Miss Swaziland 2012 at the Woodlands Hall in Ezulwini during a contest that saw 13 girls competing for the title. Nosipho Mkhwanazi and Telamsile Zubuko finished second and third, respectively. The winner is expected to represent Swaziland in Miss World 2012 in Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China, on July 4.


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Suzan Mtegha won the title of Miss Malawi 2012

LILONGWE– Contestant number 14 Suzan Mtegha, 24, is the new Miss Malawi.



The Mzuzu-based Suzan won the title with a landslide on Friday in Lilongwe before a full house and in a colourful event that had a mixture of suspense and anxiety.

Her win was greeted with sounds of approval of ululation and ovation from the audience.

“I enjoyed the contest. This is what should Miss Malawi be like,” said one Lilongwe fan, Shupi.

Five judges, including former Big Brother Africa (BBA) rep Hazel Warren, poet and artist Quabaniso Malewezi, gave Suzan the thumbs up on unquestionable integrity, intelligence, beauty, fitness, character, morals and talent.

Susan, who has taken over from faith chibale, literally overnight became half a million richer, thanks to beer brewer Carlsberg and Blockbuster, also won a trip to Hong Kong, donated by National Lottery Group, and other prizes.

Mayamiko Msosa, 22 who works for Parliament in Lilongwe, scooped the first princess title, while second Princes was Jacqueline , 19, from Mzuzu, a Biomedical Science third year student at Mzuzu University who emerged second Princess.

Miss Zambia Zindi Hanzala and Miss Zimbabwe Samantha Shuma were also in attendance at the beauty pagent, where Gender, child and Community development minister Reen Kachere was the guest of honour.

First Lady Callista Chimombo was initially to be the guest of honour.

Suzan, a fashion designer and dancer, holds an advanced diploma in Information System from the Lilmikokwing University of Botswana.

She is a cousin to Miss Malawi 2006 Perth Msiska.

She wants to study for a master’s degree in IT. And don’t even think bother asking her out for she has already a boyfriend.

She simple said she felt “honoured” to win the big title and she wants to help fight deforestation in a country which has the highest deforestation rate in southern Africa.

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Alicia Sylvera was crowned Miss Nationale 2012 (Miss Earth France 2012)

Road to Miss Earth 2012




Alicia Sylvera was crowned Miss Nationale 2012 or Miss Earth France 2012 at the pageant held at Pau Brasil in Paris on December 18, 2011. She will represent France at the Miss Earth 2012 pageant to be held in Vietnam on November, after winning the crown over 39 other contestants.

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Gabriela Markus was crowned Miss Universe Rio Grande do Sul

Road to Miss Universe Brazil 2012




The new Miss Universe Rio Grande do Sul is Gabriela Markus, from the city of Teutônia. Miss Pelotas, Athena Cunha, was the 1st runner-up, and Miss Santa Maria, Vitória Machado Bisognin, was the 2nd runner-up.

Markus, who is 23 and 1.80 m-tall, had participated in Miss Universe Rio Grande do Sul 2010 and placed 2nd.

She will compete in Miss Universe Brazil 2012.



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Christelle Roca, Miss Cerdagne-Roussillon, was crowned Miss Prestige National 2012

Christelle Roca, Miss Cerdagne-Roussillon, was crowned Miss Prestige National 2012 during a ceremony in Divonne-les-Bains on December 5, 2011. Christelle Roca is 20 year old and stands 1m77 and is a professional flamenco dancer. She will represent France at the Miss International 2012 beauty pageant on November.




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Kantapat Peerada- chainarin wins the coveted Miss Tourism Queen International 2011 title

The kingdom of Thailand is known for the beauty of its women, but up to yesterday, it had conquered only the Miss Universe title among the six Grand Slam titles, first in 1965 with Apasra Hongsakula, and then in 1988, with Porntip Nakhirunkanok. 23 years later, Thailand celebrates its third Grand Slam victory, as Kantapat Peerada-
chainarin wins the coveted Miss Tourism Queen International 2011 title, in Xi’an, China.

Belarus (3rd), Thailand (winner), Fernando de Noronha (2nd)

Peeradachainarin, whose last name most non-Thai citizens could spend a lifetime trying to pronunciate properly, has some experience in beauty pageants. She won the Miss Friendship International title in 2009, and was a semi-finalist in Miss International earlier this year. She charmed the judges with her beauty and elegance, confirming her favoritism.

Jeanine Castro, the representative of the Brazilian paradise-island of Fernando de Noronha, was the 1st runner-up. Miss Belarus, Mariia Ovechkina, finished in 3rd place. Miss China (North), Wang Lu, was 4th, and Miss Tanzania, Nelly Almas, who had already competed in Miss Universe, Miss International, and Miss Earth 2011 with no success, this time did her country proud, conquering the 5th position.

The semi-finalists were Misses India (6th place), Canada (7th), Namibia (8th), Bolivia (9th) and Portugal (10th); and the quarter-finalists were Misses Brazil (11th), Russia (12th), Sri Lanka (13th), Guadeloupe (14th), Vietnam (15th), Venezuela (16th), Australia (17th), South Africa (18th), Czech Republic (19th) and China (South) (20th).

China had two representatives in this year’s pageant because in 2010 Miss Tourism Queen International had to be cancelled due to the damages caused by a tropical storm which hit the region which was going to host it, so the country had two crowned candidates, 2010 and 2011.

The final event was very well-produced, pleasing a tv audience of over 400 million people. The winner takes home USD 20,000 in cash, a crown worth USD 20,000, plus several other prizes. She will spend her year traveling in China, Thailand, as well as other countries.

Global Beauties congratulates Miss Tourism Queen for a job well done and a near perfect event, which today could easily be ranked as the 3rd most important and well organized on the planet, right behind Miss World and Miss Universe.

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