Miss Earth Guyana 2019 will be crowned this weekend on Saturday, June 15 at the National Cultural Centre. After months’ long preparation and preliminaries by the eight Miss Earth Guyana 2019 finalists as well as the Miss Earth Guyana Organization, the journey is finally coming to an end.
The event is set to begin at 20:00hrs and will see the delegates “Celebrate the Flora of Guyana” through competing in segments including, national costume, resort wear, question and answer and evening gown. Miss Earth Guyana serves as a platform for young women from all walks of life to come together and use their passion for the environment to call to actions persons in the bid to protect and preserve the planet.
The delegates would have already participated in pitching their environmental projects through Beauties for a Cause and already partook in Talent and Recycled Fashion preliminaries, scores for which will be added to their final night scores to first select a top four and ultimately, for the first time ever, Miss Eco Guyana 2019 and the Queen herself, Miss Earth Guyana 2019.
The stunning eight finalists competing for a chance to be Guyana’s 2019 representative to the annual Miss Earth Pageant are Amelia Bakhsh, Anessa Vansluytman, Faydeha King, Cintiana Harry, Kataina Phillips, Maricia Meusa, Phelicia Adams and Selena Guyadeen. (Meet the eight beautiful and charming finalists here: https://missosologyguyana.org/2019/04/09/miss-earth-guyana-2019-finalits/).
The evening promises to be an exciting one filled with intrigue and mesmerising concepts from both the delegates and the various acts that will be performing. And after the successor of Miss Earth Guyana 2018, Xamiera Kippins, is crowned, she will begin preparation to represent Guyana at the international Miss Earth 2019 completion. Tickets for Miss Earth Guyana 2019 Grand Coronation are available at the. National Cultural Centre for $3000 and $2000.
About Miss Earth: The MISS EARTH Pageant is an International Environmental Event channeling the beauty pageant entertainment industry as an effective tool to promote environmental awareness. Because many people admire and aspire to be a beauty queen, Carousel Productions, Inc. believed beauty queens would be a good and effective advocate of worthy causes. To give life to this vision, Carousel Productions Inc. organized and launched in 2001 the MISS EARTH Beauty Pageant, a beauty event whose raison d’etre was to have its candidates and winners actively promote and get involved in the preservation of the environment and the protection of Mother Earth.
Apart from a strong emphasis on environmental protection programs, MISS EARTH also aims to showcase and promote various tourist destinations. Every year, 80 to 90 candidates from all over the world compete on beauty and knowledge of environmental issues. The winner of MISS EARTH will serve as the Ambassador to environmental protection campaigns worldwide. Now on it’s 17th year, MISS EARTH continues to build its reputation as the most relevant and worthwhile beauty event in the world, setting a legacy of beauty and responsibility.