By: Precious Mills
BASSETERRE, St.Kitts- Six contestants expected to compete for the crown in the prestigious annual Miss National Carnival Queen Pageant were officially unveiled on Thursday 3rd July on social media via the Carnival’s Facebook page.
They are: Cornella Daniel of McKnight, Zonique Browne of Sandy Point, Teresa Dias of Challengers, Sarafina Osborne of St. Peter’s, Sheniqua Lanns of La Guerite and Beliesa McDonald, Conaree.
This year’s pageant will be held on Thursday 28th December at 8:00pm at the Sugar Mill (Warner Park Cricket Stadium) under the theme ‘The Regal Journey’.
Pageant Chairperson Judy ‘Purple’ DuPont says the public can expect a first-class competition.
“We are anticipating yet another elaborate and exciting pageant for Sugar Mas 46. With six (6) beautiful, talented and extraordinary Ambassadors vying for the coveted Crown, the public can be assured that this will again be a first-class competition inundated with mind-blowing exhibitions.”
It is said that the six ambassadors have already commenced their preparations to further augment their physical appearance, personal and professional persona, as well as their health and beauty care.
Pageant segments include Introduction, Swimsuit Appearance, Performing Talent, Costume, Evening Gown Presentation and On-stage Interview.
As gathered, the Carnival Committee started much earlier with preparations for Sugar Mas’ 46 which included the candidate registration running from May 6th to June 6th, 2017.
Additionally, the casting call was held on July 23rd whereby nine (9) females were interviewed by a panel of seven (7) independent judges.