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Eight beauties to battle for Miss SVG title

Eight beauties to battle for Miss SVG title


Who will be the next Miss SVG? Eight articulate young ladies have their eyes set not only on the Miss SVG 2007 crown but also the scholarship to pursue a university education.{{more}}

The prestigious beauty pageant which comes off on Saturday, June 2 at the Victoria Park would be a spectacle of regal grace, beauty, charm and intelligence.

The ladies would first make an introductory appearance and would then be judged in the categories of swim wear, talent evening wear and the interview segment.

The winner would then represent this country at the regional Miss Carival pageant.

Sheridan Lewis, a radio announcer at Nice Radio won last year’s crown and would be pursuing a degree in Media Communications from UWI Mona Campus from September.

The show kicks off from 8pm and will also feature several local artistes.

Physical Fitness is important to 23-year-old Tessica Cupid so expect this Community College student from Park Hill to be flexible in her performances at the Victoria Park.

An investigative TV drama fanatic of shows such as Perry Mason, 21-year-old Nakita Emmons of Cane Garden is a firm believer in equality and justice and the accounts clerk at Star Garage aspires to study law.

Enlisted as an Able Seaman, in the St Vincent and the Grenadines Coast Guard, 23-year-old Lekeysha Glynn desires to one day become commander of that unit and wants to pursue Business Administration.

Nineteen-year-old Devon Green of Buccament Bay believes that today’s women need to value themselves more. The Hospitality student at the Technical College dreams of becoming an interior designer who creates rooms that are functional and comfortable.

Nasheka Hoyte has done background singing for reggae artistes such as Abuza, Luciano and Riche Spice, but the 20-year-old Campden Park resident who is a Deli clerk at Aunt Jobe’s Supermarket dreams of going to music school.

The younger sister of 2004 Miss SVG and Miss Carival Shiverne Peters, 20-year-old Shanique Peters of Bequia seems to be following in the footsteps of her elder sibling. Shanique, who is a receptionist at Frangipani Hotel is hoping to pursue a degree in Management and Psychology.

Nelicia Thomas is a 22-year-old Mayreau Island lass who aspires to one day operate a five star hotel on her home turf and employ mainly people from that island. The avid swimmer is employed as a customer service agent at Cable and Wireless.

A former Miss Talented Teen winner and First Runner Up in the Miss PSU Caribbean Pageant, 23-year-old Melissa Yorke is no stranger to beauty shows. A keen dancer, the Murray’s Village resident has lived in the US and has always dreamt of entering the Miss SVG pageant.