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It’s ladies night


A combination of passion and brilliance is being promised to all persons attending the Victoria Park tomorrow to witness a new look Miss SVG pageant.{{more}}

In what would be the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC)’s first test of promised shorter, more vibrant shows, eight delegates will grace the stage in an attempt to capture the coveted crown and all its glories; the greatest being a university scholarship.

The eight: Tenille Austin representing the First Caribbean International Bank, Kristell Cambridge Miss Mustique Airways, Eshurnia Glasgow Miss Williams Agencies and Fragrances, Yasmeen Hadaway sponsored by LIME, Miss Super Six Kimorra Lavia, Nickillia Slater- Bridgewater Miss Lotto, Asmara Whiskey Caribbean Medical Imaging Center and Veronique Williams miss Darcheville Construction Equipment, Sales Caribbean LTD.

If all goes to plan, the CDC is predicting a four hour show, with a prompt 8pm start time.

The contestants will make five appearances on the night; the first, an un-judged introductory appearance in carnival costume during a dance routine with the Arabesque Dance Company.

The other appearances in swim wear, talent, evening gown, and interview will be judged.

Barbadian comedian Nickki Crosby would not only be a featured artiste but will also co-host the event with Earl Abbott.

Other featured artistes are the Rhythmix Steel Orchestra, the new song winner in calypso Ron B and New Song soca winner Icon.

At previous interviews with the contestants, the show of a lifetime was promised.

Add that to the promises made by the CDC and persons journeying to the Victoria Park will have high expectation for not only this pageant but the entire carnival season.(JJ)