Dawn Kichenin, who lives in Castelnau-le-Lez, was the favorite of the public, on Saturday night at the Arena of Montpellier. The local pageant was awarded the palm applause meter in the Arena of Montpellier.
The Miss Languedoc-Roussillon has been ovationné by 8,500 spectators has each-way on the scene. “It is a pity to Miss our Languedoc-Roussillon”, deplores the fact that the fans at the exit of the Arena. “The whole room was behind it,” said a spectator to our colleagues at France Bleu Herault .
Dawn had made its entry in the middle of the miss 2014 with the election of Miss Palavas and in the same year she was elected first runner-up Miss Languedoc.
An adventure that she preferred to put aside, to take a step back and gain some maturity, before returning to take up the challenge.
This was not a dream girl but, since I am in it, I took a taste and it became a dream of a young girl.
declare this a student in tourism, which will be our invited in the regional newspaper of 19 hours.
Miss Guyana sacrée Miss France
At the end of a long night, punctuated by the eliminations, Alicia Aylies, Miss Guyana, 18 years of age, was elected Miss France in 2017. The women of the Dom-Tom were in the spotlight during this contest of beauty, as evidenced by the results :
Miss Guyana, any young woman of 1.78 m, a first-year student of law, became Miss France. Just behind Miss Languedoc, whose father is reunion, is first runner-up; Miss Tahiti is second in the dauphine, and Miss Guadeloupe and Miss Lorraine are the last two finalists.
the Twelve finalists had been selected by the organizers according to several criteria such as their knowledge of how to live –punctuality and rigor–, their good spirit, the expression stage, and the general culture.
Then, five young women were appointed equally by the jury presided over by actress Arielle Dombasle and by viewers who voted by phone and SMS, before the last, new device, do not elect their ambassador for the year 2017.
A contest created in 1920
TF1, which was broadcasting the contest exclusively, and hoped to capture more than 8 million viewers with a show “magical and spectacular”, presented by Jean-Pierre Foucault, accompanied by Sylvie Tellier, Miss France 2002, today general director of society Miss France.
The contest, which was created in 1920 by journalist and socialite Maurice de Waleffe, elicited sharp criticism from feminists, notably of the association Dare feminism!, which has been linked to “the ringardise the more vivid”.