Who will succeed the northerner Camille Cerf? Thirty-one contenders from 18 to 24 years old will compete Saturday night the Miss France 2016 Lille Zenith, a very popular competition refereed by viewers and a jury chaired by Jean-Paul Gaultier.
irremovable emcee of the live televised contest on TF1, Jean-Pierre Foucault justifies its maintenance, a month after the attacks. “Miss France is a fun part of life If no resumes life, the enemy has won. “
” We are in a terrible environment, “observes Sylvie Tellier, CEO of the Company Miss France. “These 31 young women give a very encouraging message for the new generation that did not want to bend, who does not want to be afraid.”
The president of the jury Miss France 2016 fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, will notably attended by singers Patrick Fiori and kendji girac the singer Anggun and rugby player Frederic Michalak.
Viewers however, have the last word for the winner and two runners, voting by phone and SMS. A tie, the jury and viewers will have previously selected the five finalists from twelve candidates selected by the organizers.
Last year, the choice was a blonde 1.80 m Camille Cerf, 21 years old, a student in the second year of business school at his election
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Property of the production company Endemol, the Miss France label is a safe bet for TF1: last year, the election had gathered 8.6 million viewers, 41% audience share, largely arriving in mind evening hearings. According to TF1, nearly 1.2 million tweets were exchanged during the ceremony.
From Lille, election Miss France 2016 intends to be “a popular show but chic, elegant and glamorous,” according to the private channel.
contenders pass a general knowledge test for selections. Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Iris Mittenaere student in dental surgery, has achieved the highest rating (17.5 / 20). Among the questions “How many did he member countries in the European Union?”, “What agreements have prepared the independence of Algeria?” ? or “What does + Fluctuat Nec Mergitur +”
Tahiti, represented by a young girl of 19, hopes to overcome a curse: his last three candidates finished first runners, missing the crown a few votes.
After many years of conflict, the company Miss France and Genevieve de Fontenay, who supported the creation of a dissident contest (Miss Prestige National), buried the hatchet with a pact of non- aggression.
Miss France, was created in 1920 by the worldly journalist Maurice Waleffe.