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Gems of Holetown

Alicia La-Toya Trotman

Alicia La-Toya Trotman

It doesn’t matter if they are shining bright like diamonds or just reflecting.

Come February 17 the seven beautiful women vying for queen of this year’s Holetown Pageant will be Diamonds In The Sky.

The pageant will be the culmination of the annual Holetown Festival and it will be held at the Frederick G. Smith Secondary School in Trents in St. James.†

Last year Zo? Trotman won the 30th edition and had the opportunity to represent Barbados at a regional pageant. Now these young contestants too will be wanting their chance to do the same as well as win other prizes that will include: jewellery and being the 2014 face of the Settlers West Coast Experience, and of course the most desired prize of them all, being crowned queen of what can be described as one of the most prestigious pageants on the island.

Before one can come out on top, they will have to battle in the talent segment, evening wear, swim wear, question-and-answer and they will be prejudged in an interview segment. The girl to best stand out in each category and ably represent her colour diamond will ultimately be the winner. (KC)

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