Miss Pacific Islands introduces 2018 contestants in Nuku‘alofa

Fakahā e hingoa mo fai hono fakamaheni'i e kau fefine hoihoifua 'o e 'Otu Motu Pasifiki' he poo ni 'i he Hōtele Tanoa.

Contestants in the 2018 Miss Pacific Islands beauty pageant have been introduced to the public at the Tanoa international hotel this evening at 6pm.

The orientation for the beauty queens has seen Pacific Magnificent signs, tiaras, a lot of lipstick and bouffant hair distinguishable during the special event.

The six ladies who will battle it out for the crown gave a big, glitzy hello before the glamorous contest began this evening.

Tomorrow the contestants will attend a prayer service at the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga Centennial Church in Nuku’alofa followed by a luncheon at Liku’alofa beach resort.

A rehearsal and cultural dinner will be held on Monday followed by contestants visiting GE sponsors and meeting with government officials at St George Palace. A welcoming reception will be held at the Fa’onelua ground in the evening.

The Wednesday’s schedule included a charity visit and contestants will be guided to some of the best places at the eastern areas of Tongatapu.

The pre-pageant interview is set to be held at Tanoa at 10am while sarong wear, talent traditionally inspired wear contests will be held at Atele indoor stadium at 8pm.

The Pacific Islands will find out exactly who will be crowned Miss Pacific Islands 2018 at the official pageant show at the Atele Indoor Stadium on Friday 30.

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