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Sidal is new teen queen

Vishaal Kumar
Friday, August 18, 2017

MISS Alvin's Electric Roselyn Sidal was crowned Miss Vodafone Hibiscus Teen Queen last night.

Roselyn beat 11 other contestants to claim the crown. The second runner-up was Miss Patel Dhaba Mannishka Lal and first runner-up was Miss Banana Leaf Restaurant Grace Chow.

After her win, Roselyn thanked God and her family for supporting her through the journey of the festival.

Vodafone Hibiscus Events Group chairman Hirdesh Prasad said the festival provided a platform for contestants to passionately share their messages.

"You have sacrificed so much to be in the festival this year," he said.

The journey has not been easy. You are all winners," he said.

"You have now joined the list of people who have graced this stage before you. You should be proud of yourselves."

Miss Chow was also presented the Best Talent Award with Miss Lal taking out the Humanitarian Award.

Program for Today:

8pm-10pm- Adi Senikau Pageant ($25 Admission), Kings &Queens Special Awards Pasifika Night (Free Admission)

Program for Saturday:

12pm-4pm- Floats Procession and Charity Crowning (Carpenters Street - assemble)

5pm-9pm- Crowning of Hibiscus King & Queen








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