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Vote for Slatter

Torika Tokalau
Tuesday, December 04, 2012

PEOPLE can help Miss Fiji Drue Slatter win the Miss Internet title as she carries the country's hopes at the 2012 Miss South Pacific pageant in progress in American Samoa.

Online voting began yesterday and would end at midday on December 9.

The public can cast their vote online by visiting the Miss South Pacific 2012 Facebook page and follow instructions on how to vote for Miss Slatter, or any of the other nine contestants by clicking on the following link: http://www.facebook.com/OnlineVotingForMissSouthPacific2012?sk=app_278465152274055.

Only one vote per Facebook profile and email address is allowed.

Meanwhile, on her Twitter page, Miss Slatter said she was excited about the start of the pageant yesterday, commenting about the weather in Pagopago, the lovely food and the church service she attended.

"End of the countdown. It's here!" her twit said.

Miss Slatter is competing against nine other contestants from around the Pacific.

A new Miss South Pacific will be crowned on December 9 after a series of public judging on traditional wear, sarong wear, talent, pre-pageant interview and interview questions.





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