Miss France: this surprising physical detail in a candidate stunned viewers

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A swimwear fashion show that made an impression

Diane Leyre returned her Miss France scarf on Saturday, December 17, 2022, while TF1 broadcast the Miss France 2023 ceremony. Jean-Pierre Foucault and Sylvie Tellier presented this show, which was marked by certain events. Sylvie Tellier’s replacement, Cindy Fabre, was on hand to officially take up the torch. The 30 beauty queens appeared on stage in MACH 36, in the town of Déols, north of Châteauroux, in Centre-Val de Loire.

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The Miss France 2021 ceremony was magnificent! The production decided to celebrate the 7th art and therefore chose nine paintings that were inspired by the films. The finalists were announced in a very spectacular way, just like the Oscars. A selection of films is selected to reach a wide audience. James Cameron’s Titanic got the ball rolling and the 30 title contenders paraded before the public eye in incredible outfits.

Miss France: a candidate measures 1.86 million.

TF1 viewers eagerly awaited the moment of the swimsuit parade, which put Agathe Cauet (Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais) to the test because of her scars that hid a tragedy. Despite this, she and the other candidates presented their passage in jerseys well. One element in particular caught the public’s attention: the size of Miss Ile-de-France. She revealed that she was 1.86m tall, sparking reactions on social media.

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Miss France is the oldest French beauty pageant dating back to 1920. First organized by “Elle” magazine, the pageant became very popular and was published from the 1950s. Since then, they have become an icon of French culture and are recognized worldwide.

The first Miss France was mainly models and actresses. In 1950, the pageant was revived by the television program Miss France, presented by Pierre Tchernia. The Miss France of the day was chosen by a jury of personalities. They were rewarded with prizes and gifts. In 1965, the competition was revived by producer Roger Célérier and the Hachette Group.

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The misses were rewarded with prizes and gifts. Since then, Miss France has been chosen every year and has become an icon of French culture. They have been recognized internationally and have won international titles such as Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Europe. Miss France is also very involved in social and humanitarian causes and has become ambassadors for many charities.

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