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Miss Fiji in third place for Miss Internet

Ropate Valemei
Friday, December 07, 2012

MISS Fiji Drue Slatter is among the top three in the Miss Internet Competition at the Miss South Pacific 2012 in American Samoa.

As of yesterday afternoon, 19-year-old Miss Slatter was in third place with 1090 votes behind Miss Hawai'ian Islands and Miss American Samoa.

According to the pageant's facebook page for official online voting yesterday, Miss Hawai'ian Island was in the second place with 1119 votes behind Miss American Samoa with 1144 votes. Miss Samoa was behind Miss Fiji with 1013 votes.

The contestant with the most online votes in the voting poll will be awarded the Miss Internet title.

Fijians and Miss Fiji fans can still help Miss Slatter win the Miss Internet title as she carries the country's hopes in American Samoa.

Online voting began on Monday and will end at midday on December 9.

The public can cast their vote online by visiting the Miss South Pacific 2012 facebook page and follow the instructions.

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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