Photo by Paula Preston

Saturday, July 27, 2013, Jesse Ladoue was crowned Miss International 2013
.  Jesse competed as Miss New York International against 45 women from around the globe.  The remaining top five were: Charity Bess, Miss Minnesota International (first runner-up), Jan Humphrey, Miss Netherlands International (second runner-up), Mollie Parker, Miss Arkansas International (third runner-up), and Lauren Stopher, Miss Idaho International (fourth runner-up).

The top ten for this year were: Ashley Greenfield (Virginia), Mollie Parker (Arkansas), Samantha Riddle (Texas), Tiffany Allen (California), Taylor Wagner (North Dakota), Rachel Syktich (Pennsylvania), Lauren Stopher (Idaho), Charity Bess (Minnesota), Jan Humphrey (Netherlands), and Jesse Ladoue (New York).

Jesse Ladoue, Miss International 2013, will use her year to promote platform, “Volunteerism: Building Stronger Communities Through Service” as well as the official Miss International alliance with the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women.

The Teen and Miss International Pageants are Mrs. International productions. Mrs. International began 23 years ago and the Teen competition was developed to promote today's teens, ages 13 - 18, the Miss competition was created to showcase single women, who are 19 to 29 years old and their accomplishments. Each contestant competes in Interview competition, which is valued at 40% of their total score, Evening Gown, valued for 20%, Fitness Wear for 20%, and Fun Fashion Wear 20%. Each contestant also has the opportunity to select a platform of her choice.

For more information about the International Pageant log onto:

For more pageant news log onto:
Follow on Twitter:

About Unknown

This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel.
Newer Post
Older Post

No comments:

Post a Comment