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|Miss Guyana Jamzone 2012…|
|Saturday, 23 June 2012 18:42|
Twelve to battle for ‘Queen-of-the-Crown’ title
IN about one month’s time, the new Miss Guyana Jamzone Queen will be crowned. However, this ambassador will not be selected via conventional methods. Twelve local girls will share one mansion for a month, and complete weekly challenges on the first Queen-of-the-Crown reality show!
Stay close to your television sets to catch all the drama in exclusive episodes that will capture all the tears, catfights, and laughter behind the camera.
Before the first episode airs, we’re giving you the opportunity to meet the lucky twelve who will battle for the crown, and one million dollars cash prize.
Keenan Erica Pearson
Twenty-seven-year-old Keenan Erica Pearson is an aspiring psychologist who enjoys reading, writing, travelling and modeling, and is also a part-time designer.
“I would like to be a social worker because of my lifelong desire to help improve the lives of those around me.” So says 20-year-old Crystal Campbell, a resident of North Ruimveldt who enjoys dancing, singing and socializing, and is currently pursuing tertiary studies.
Twenty-three-year-old Laketa McPhoy is proud to represent the mining town of Linden. She loves modelling, playing volleyball, basketball, dancing and reading. Her aspirations include managing her own business, or becoming an air hostess. She is a first-year Tourism student at the University of Guyana.
Ayana Harris is a 23-year-old University of Guyana student who won the Miss Guyana Junior pageant at 14 years old. She later went on to place first runner up at the inaugural Guyana Model Search contest in 2009, and third at the Miss Guyana Universe 2011 pageant. She enjoys modelling, watching cricket and football, cooking, and interacting with friends and family via social networks. This beauty hopes to become an established marketing consultant.
Teanna Spellen hopes to grace the catwalks of some of the world’s most prestigious fashion events, secure magazine covers, and follow in the footsteps of her supermodel idol, Tyra Banks. This 20-year-old Essequibian enjoys dancing, singing, modelling and travelling.
Kyshna Robertson would like to become a successful business owner before she is thirty years old. Presently 25, the Meadowbrook Gardens resident loves reading and meeting new, interesting people.
Nikita McFarlane lives by the motto: ‘Reach for the stars’. This 19-year-old Customer Service Representative wishes to live one of her two lifelong dreams: Becoming an internationally recognized singer, or managing her own bank. When she is not working tirelessly to make her dreams a reality, this Lindener enjoys singing, dancing, reading, modelling and composing songs and poems.
“I was born to teach” are the passionate words of 19-year-old Tanya Wilson, who represents her home village of Mahaicony, and has dedicated her life towards moulding the minds of our future workers. She enjoys reading, dancing, modelling, acting and fishing.
Tonaina Samaroo is a 23-year-old Accounts Clerk who last year copped the Miss Guyana Sari Queen title, and is eager to walk away with her next crown! She enjoys reading, surfing the Internet, and swimming.
Just like her name, Sparkle Denny believes that her personality is simply radiant! This 20-year-old Customer Service Representative loves meeting people, and socializing. Her life’s ambition is to become a gynaecologist.
Faydeha King resides in Berbice. She earnestly believes that her chances of winning this competition are great, since she brings something very unique to the table. She wishes to become a medical doctor and, like many of her competitors, enjoys modelling, reading and dancing.
Pearl Stoll, 20, is working diligently toward her goal of becoming an ambassador. This Pomeroon resident has always had a passion for modelling, reading and dancing.