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Photo prise sur la page Facebook d'Anedie Azael, présidente de l’organisation Miss World Haïti.

The eight finalists of the Miss Haiti 2022 contest are known to be

Eight young women will compete for the Miss Haiti 2022 crown. The winner will be known at the end of the grand final of the competition scheduled for August 12 in Cap-Haitien.

Since Gabriella in 2019, Haiti’s representatives in the Miss Universe pageant have been chosen, not elected, by the annual Miss Haiti pageant. After being out of work for two years (meaning no open competition), Miss Haiti returns in 2022 for its 10th edition in the old form to elect the new queen.

Eight young women are vying for the crown. Their identities were revealed on Saturday 30 July 2022 via the account Instagram From the Miss Haiti organization. In addition to the photos, information related to their field of study was also disclosed.

They are: Paula Emmanuel Abbott, tourism technician and professional model. Esnaida Compare,
Graduate in Management, Student in Diplomacy and International Relations; Muriel Brunach, International Relations and Psychology; Angela Elizabeth Vital, Student in Administrative and Business Sciences; Medline Philisor, Graduate Student in Legal Sciences. Miss Haiti supranational 2018 and Miss Caribbean 2018; Diona Bernard, broadcaster and radio presenter, graduate student in economics; Valerie Alcide, Theatre, Diplomacy and International Relations, Miss Grand Haiti 2018; and Erlene Edward, a graduate student in psychology.

Historic place, typical decoration and important theme, Miss Haiti 2022 package

This year, supporters of the activism set their sights on the Christian city as a welcome destination. The competition will be held in Cap-Haitien and the final will be played on August 12 in this city. He will succeed Pascal Belloni, Miss Haiti 2021 who proudly represented the land in Egypt, as Miss Universe.

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If the choice of the venue for the competition seems surprising to some, then the adornment of young women is no less surprising. In fact, for the 10th edition, the participants of their first show to the public do not wear dresses from great designers and high jewelry. The organizers chose a semi-public offering.

Creole handkerchief and jewelry, that’s all that makes up the outfit that Postolants wear. Each with a beautiful headdress, necklaces around the neck and bracelets on the wrist, the girls shine in a thousand light. There is no doubt that we escaped this year from our originality. A choice that fits perfectly with the theme: “Haiti is my honor, my history, and my responsibility.”

While waiting for the other stages of the competition, we wish the participants good luck.