Miss Jamaica Talented Teen wins Best Interview

Tuesday, January 14, 2014    

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JOSSELLE Fisher, the reigning Miss Jamaica Caribbean Talented Teen winner, recently participated in the Digicel Haynes Smith Miss Talented Teen Pageant in St Kitts where she represented Jamaica.

Although she didn't win the overall competition Josselle represented Jamaica well copping the award for Best Interview and giving an outstanding performance in all segments.

Of the five categories, Miss St Kitts walked away with four — Best Ambassadorial Outfit, Best Talent, Best Production Number, and Best Evening Wear — while Miss Jamaica Josselle Fisher walked away with Best Interview.

Miss Jamaica Caribbean Talented Teen Josselle Fisher said she represented Jamaica, her family, and herself to her best abilities and that is what matters the most. She added that she had full days filled with luncheons, meet and greets, rehearsals, learning the group production number, radio interviews, TV interviews, and dinners. She enjoyed meeting the other contestants and said the experience was wonderful.

This pageant featured nine nations: Miss USVI DeJanique Ledee; Miss Barbados Heidi Barrow; Miss Greneda Leanne Purcell; Miss Jamaica Josselle Fisher; Miss Nevis Irveeka Nisbett; Miss St Lucia Pauline Francis; Miss Dominica Jasmine Laville; Miss St Kitts Pernelle Abraham; and Miss Monsteratt Vanice Tuitt.

The 2013-2014 Digicel Haynes Smith Miss Talented Teen Pageant is 14-year-old Pernelle Abraham. The other queens crowned are first runner-up Miss Barbados; second runner-up Miss Nevis; Miss Montserrat and third runner-up Miss Dominica.

Josselle is now back in Jamaica focusing on her studies as it is her intention to become a medical doctor.

The Miss Jamaica Caribbean Talented Teen pageant is staged by Promotional Links Industries.





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