The Miss Guyana Universe contestants from clockwise: Katherina Roshana, Tiffanie Nieuenkirk, Ayan Whitehead, Kenwah Cho Quan Yi, Shyon Hoppie, Carlea Chappell, Carla Brown and Alicia Bess. The reigning queen Ruqayyah Boyer is centre
In less than 48 hours, the Pegasus poolside will be transformed into a magical space where the Miss Guyana Universe Pageant 2013 will be hosted with pure elegance and sophistication. The event is slated for October 6, commencing at 20:00h sharp.
Eight beautiful, intelligent and mesmerising young women will be competing for the coveted title and the opportunity to represent Guyana in Moscow for the Miss Universe Pageant 2013.
On Wednesday evening, the Intelligence (question and answer) segment was broadcast live on the National Communication Network (NCN) where the delegates were questioned on their respective platforms. However, heading into the competition with an edge over the other delegates was contestant number one, Carlea Chappell sponsored by NABI Construction.
Based on feedback from pageant critics, the 19-year-old who hails from Essequibo was fluent and answered her questions and was spot on. With this edge, the psychology major at the University of Guyana is one step closer to copping the coveted title.
Trailing, Chappell is delegate number five, 18-year-old Ayana Whitehead who is sponsored by Rainbow Fashions. From the inception, Whitehead was optimistic and confident that she will be crowned Miss Guyana Universe 2013.
However, delegate number two Kenwah Cho Quan Yi, a graduate from the University of Guyana with a degree in Economic and a diploma in Public Communications is close behind.
Katherina Roshana who is sponsored under the Limacol brand of the NEW GPC INC is also a top contender in the quest and topping off the top five prediction is delegate number four Shyon Hoppie, who is sponsored by Shalinsky and Company.
However, with the intelligence segment out of the way, the delegates will be concentrating on pageant night.
On pageant night, the delegates will compete in swimsuit, evening gown and a question and answer segment and will be judged by a panel of experts including fashion icons, entertainment personnel and members of the pageantry arena.
Tickets for the finals cost $6000 for VIP and $3000 for regular seating and are available at the Pegasus hotel front desk and any of the delegates.
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