Despite the continuous rain which span from the day into the night of Thursday 30th December, a few hundred patrons gathered at the Sugar Mill under their umbrellas to witness the new crowning.
It was a marvellous performance by each contestant from start to finish. Each participating country brought to the stage their own creative talent which captivated the audience leaving them with sounds of ohhhs and awwws, especially in the evening wear segment.
After each segment was completed and the beautiful and talented young ladies were finish parading the Sugar Mill stage the results were as follows:
Best Ambassadorial Appearance went to Miss St. Kitts – Zinga Imo with 165 points. Best Performing Talent, Miss Jamiaca – Chankie Russell with 337 points. Best Production Number, Zinga Imo (SK) with 38 points. Best Evening Wear, Zinga Imo (SK) with 103 points and Best Interview also went to Miss St. Kitts Zinga Imo with 143 points.
Although Miss St. Kitts – Zinga Imo won most of the segments she was still unable to get the judges nod for a top place in the final results.
Tianna Jeremey – Miss St. Thomas was 3rd runner up with 667 points. Miss St. Lucia – Racquel John took the 2nd runner up position with 693.5 points and Chanike Russell – Miss Jamiaca 1st runner up with 728 points.
The new Digicel Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen for 2010/11 Miss Grenada Nandy Summor Noel won with a total of 750 points.
Following the celebrations of photo moments with friends and families, the new Caribbean Talented Teen Queen told MiyVue.com that she was overwhelmed by the results. “I didn’t place in any of the different segments and to be crowned queen, I am very honoured and I say many thanks to all who supported me. I must say I will wear this crown with pride,” said the Talented Teen Queen.
Chairman for the pageant, Antonio Maynard told this media house that he was pleased with the production of the show. “Even though the weather may have affected the turn out, it still was a well organized event and well supported,” he said.
There were several performances by a few local artiste including La La with his popular calypso of ‘puppy ah tun dog,’ Necha B with his ‘School time lover,’ and Gospel artiste Peper Ranks.
Trinidadian soca and Reggae artiste, Ziggy Ranking also entertained the audience with a few of his hit songs, which included, ‘Miserable live’ and ‘Love how you wine.’
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