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Angelia first to be crowned as Miss Centre Point Sabah

12th September, 2018


KOTA KINABALU: Angelia O’drie Leong was the first to be crowned ‘Miss Centre Point Sabah Ambassador 2018’ in the shopping mall’s first beauty pageant competition held at Palm Square.

She walked away with cash prize of RM1,500, beauty products worth RM500, luggage worth RM698 and cash voucher worth RM200 in the final rounds held recently.

Meanwhile, first runner up, Calby Floresa Dolinting won cash prize of RM800, RM300 beauty products and luggage worth RM528 while second runner up Nicole Alvera bagged RM500 cash, beauty products worth RM150 and RM528 luggage.

Organised in collaboration with B’style Event, contestants aged 18 to 28 signed up for the audition on Aug 11 where each showcased their personality, intelligence and confidence.

Participants were required to walk with four-inches high heels where they were judged by State Director of Miss Grand Sabah Severinus Alexcius Nain and Miss World Beauty Queen Malaysia 2018 Kimberly Vung.

A total of 15 finalists were then selected and had their individual portraits uploaded on the shopping mall’s Facebook page for the Popularity category.

On the final round, 14 finalists competed in the first challenge, ‘Outfit of the Day’ (OOTD), where they were required to style patriotic dresses based on their interpretation on the celebration of Independence Day.

A talent contest followed where finalists were given the freedom to perform their preferred talents with most opting for singing thus making the competition more intense.

The event continued with evening gown session; from sparkly sequined to classic lace gowns, finalists flaunted their piece while walking down the runway.

While the criteria also included make ups, hairdos and confidence, finalists also went through a question and answer session where their perspectives on the issues raised were tested by judges – Mr. Kaamatan 2008 Keddy Mahdfuz, beauty pageant judge Ellyanti P. Nelson and Severinus.

Winners were later announced by Pan-Pacific Construction Holding Sdn Bhd Operation and Planning Manager Lynda Wong who also presented the prizes.

In addition to the top winners, another category, Best Talent was awarded to Yatie Hamzah who brought home cash prize of RM150 and beauty products worth RM100.

Meanwhile, first runner up Calby Floresa Dolinting was also awarded Best Styling while second runner up Nicole Alvera won Miss Popularity; they each received cash prize of RM150 and beauty products worth RM100.

Short breaks in between the competition were filled with lucky draw sessions and special dance performances by champion and first runner up of CPS Annual Street Dance competition, The Granxible and Crewzin’s Crew.

Another competition was also held throughout the event – Little Miss CP Search – which was participated by 24 girls aged 12 years old and below who walked on the runway with dresses custom made in conjunction with the Independence Day.

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