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Miss France 2023: Meet newly elected contestants from Côte d’Azur, Provence, Saint-Martin Saint-Barthelemy, Guadeloupe and Corse

Miss France 2023, the 93rd edition of the Miss France pageant, will take place in December at M.A.CH 36 in Châteauroux, Centre-Val de Loire. Miss France organization made the official announcement of the host city last May. It will be the second time for Châteauroux to host the pageant after the 2018 edition. Reigning queen Diane Leyre of Île-de-France will crown her successor at the end of the event and the winner is expected to represent France at Miss Universe and Miss World. Meet the newly elected contestants from Côte d’Azur, Provence, Saint-Martin Saint-Barthelemy, Guadeloupe and Corse: Miss Côte d'Azur 2022 Flavy Barla Miss Provence 2022 Chana Goyons Miss Saint-Martin Saint-Barthelemy 2022 Inès Tessier Miss Guadeloupe 2022 Indira Ampiot Miss Corse 2022 Orianne Meloni Photos: Miss France

Miss Tahiti 2022 is Herenui Tuheiava

Herenui Tuheiava bested nine other beauties to be crowned Miss Tahiti 2022 on Friday, June 24 at Mairie de Papeete in the French Polynesian island's capital city. The 23-year-old communication officer succeeds Tumateata Buisson and she is expected to represent Tahiti at Miss France 2023. Taianapa Pambrun was named Miss Heiva 2022 while Taiamani Teiho and Tekua Hapairai Ellacott were the first and second runners-up, respectively. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Herenui Tuheiava (@herenuituheiavaoff) Photos: Miss Tahiti, Herenui Tuheiava / Instagram

Miss France 2022 is Diane Leyre of Île-de-France

Diane Leyre, representing the northern Ile-de-France region, was crowned Miss France 2022 in a glittering national final held on Saturday, December 11 at the Zenith in Caen. The 24-year-old international trade graduate bested 28 other beauties to win the beauty title. She succeeds Amandine Petit of Normandy and became the 16th woman from her region to win Miss France. Floriane Bascou of Martinique and Cécile Wolfrom of Alsace were named the first and second runners-up, respectively, while Tumateata Buisson of Tahiti and Youssra Askry of Normandy completed the Top 5 finalists. The new Miss France will either represent her country at the international Miss Universe or Miss World pageant next year. Photos: Sipa Press / Miss France

Miss Universe France Clémence Botino tests positive for COVID-19 in Israel

Miss Universe France Clémence Botino will be isolated for 10 days after testing positive for COVID-19 upon arrival in Israel. The 24-year-old beauty who hails from Guadeloupe came to Israel to participate in the 70th Miss Universe pageant to be held on December 12. Unfortunately, her test results came back positive for the viral infection.  In a statement shared on her social media account, she said: "I was shocked and sad, it is truly hard. I'm a really positive person and I work really hard, and the past two years have been tough." "Even if it is hard I won't give up. Life has brought me to Israel and everything is ready. Every situation is supposed to make us stronger," she added. Clémence also encouraged her followers to be safe "because the virus is still here." There is no confirmation yet if she will be able to continue with participation in the upcoming Miss Universe final competition should her test comes back negative after isolating. P

Miss France 2021 Amandine Petit to compete in Miss Universe pageant this May

Amandine Petit has been officially confirmed to represent France at the 69th Miss Universe pageant in Florida, USA this May. She was crowned Miss France 2021 last December. Miss France organization's national director Sylvie Tellier made the announcement last week. She also revealed that Miss France 2020 from Guadeloupe, Clémence Botino, will instead compete in another edition of Miss Universe later this year. "Quel honneur de représenter notre pays le 16 mai 2021 à l’occasion de la 69ème cérémonie de Miss Univers qui se tiendra à Hollywood (dans l’état de Floride). Je l’ai regardé, j’en ai rêvé, et en mai j’y serai," Amandine wrote on social media. (What an honor to represent our country on May 16, 2021 at the 69th Miss Universe ceremony to be held in Hollywood (Florida). I watched it, I dreamed about it, and in May I will be there.) The 23-year-old beauty from Caen also shared a message for her predecessor. She said: "Ma [Clemence], je tiens particulière

Miss France 2021 is Miss Normandie Amandine Petit

Miss Normandie, Amandine Petit was crowned Miss France 2021 in a glittering competition held on Saturday, December 19 at the Grand Carrousel of Puy du Fou in Les Epesses, Pays de la Loire. The 23-year-old student from Caen beat 28 other beauties from across her country to win the coveted title. She succeeds last year’s winner from Guadeloupe, Clémence Botino. “The modern woman is a strong woman who defends beautiful values ​​and today by being there, present in front of you, I embody this modern woman who shows how far we are moving forward,” she answered in the Top 5 question and answer round. Miss Provence, April Benayoum was named first runner-up and Miss Côte d’Azur Lara Gautier clinched the second runner-up position. Miss Alsace, Aurélie Roux, and Miss Burgundy, Lou-Anne Lorphelin were the third runner-up and fourth runners-up, respectively. This year’s Miss France marked the 91st edition of the prestigious pageant. The competition also celebrated its centenary as it was first hel