Pageant contestants chosen
A bevy of beauties has been chosen to represent the Island in the upcoming Miss Bermuda Pageant, including a well-known model and local rap singer.
Lillian Lightbourn, who has appeared in make-up and beauty retailer Sephora's ad campaign in the US, will be representing Sandys in the July 6 competition.
Entertainer Cami Bean-Caines, who goes by stage name Cami-Cam, will be representing Warwick.
Other representatives for the upcoming event include Khianda Pearman-Watson for Southampton, L Carmela Robinson, for Pembroke, Fredrika Hill, for Smith's, Indigo Palacio, for Hamilton Parish, and Siairah Minors for St George's.
Organiser Milika Trott-Seymour said she was impressed with the quality of talent and beauty who have signed up to take part in this year's pageant.
“Each year the calibre of the contestants get better and better and this year is no exception,” she told The Royal Gazette.
“Despite being quite a young group, all the ladies are quite accomplished in their own right which makes for a tough but exciting competition that no one is going to want to miss.
“I encourage everyone to get their tickets early to see who will walk away with the crown and represent Bermuda on the international stage.”
The event takes place on Sunday, July 6 at the Fairmont Southampton Princess, where reigning Miss Bermuda Katherine Arnfield will be passing on her crown to a new winner.
Tickets are available now on bdatix.bm.
Useful website: www. missbermuda.bm.