June 3, 2013

Miss SVG 2013 – Shara George

After months of preparation, training and anticipation, Miss Mustique Company Limited Shara George has been crowned Miss St. Vincent and the Grenadines 2013.

The light skinned Cane Garden resident beat seven other crown hopefuls last Saturday June 1st during the Miss St. Vincent and the Grenadines pageant which was held at carnival City, Victoria Park.

“Words cannot express the feeling after such a long journey, sleepless nights, long days and balancing work and training…it’s absolutely amazing”, said George after being crowned.
On show night, George won in the evening gown category, one of four judged areas of competition. Her dress called, ‘Isere Savoy’ was designed by local designer Kimon Baptiste.
The show saw in second place or the first runner-up position Miss Metrocint General Insurance Company Limited Anna LaBorde who en route to placing second took the most points in the swimwear category and also won the Romano Richards Miss Congeniality award.
Third or second runner-up was Miss Lotto Hannah Hamilton. She was also rewarded for having the best attendance at the training sessions.

Judged to have performed the best talent was Miss Super Six Chenead Hackshaw. She did a piece entitled ‘Deportee’. The photographers also thought Hackshaw was the most photogenic.
Miss Agricultural Input Warehouse Ann-Therese Chambers was rewarded for giving the best interview while Miss Lime Shannon Bess was judged Most Community Spirited and given the Richard Monroe award.

The other contestants were Miss SVG Port Authority Marresa Endeavour and Miss Coreas Hazells Brooke Legair.

The show saw entertainment from among others New Song Ragga Soca winner Garrett ‘Icon’ John, New Song Ragga Soca winner Tamisha Nicholls, New Song Calypso winner Grantley ‘Ipa’ Constance and singer Shaunelle McKenzie.

Comedian Shevrelle ‘Candy Man’ McMillan also entertained while Miss SVG 2012 Carice Glasgow did her final walk and entertained patrons with a song.

02.06.2013 – Lyf Compton

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