ISLE OF WIGHT’S EMILY RADFORD NAMED A GRAND FINALIST IN MISS TEEN GREAT BRITAIN 2020

The Isle of Wight’s Emily Radford has been announced as a grand finalist in the Miss Teen Great Britain 2020 competition.

Judges had a difficult decision to make when selecting the finalists for this year’s closely-fought competition as the standard of the semi-finalists was incredibly high. However, having reviewed Emily’s entry, the judges have confirmed the teen’s place in the finals!

This is the second time in as many years that Emily has made the final, finishing in the Top 10 in 2019. This year she hopes to take the crown. In 2018, she competed in the Miss Junior Teen competition.

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The grand finalists of Miss Teen Great Britain – all aged 16 to 19 – will compete for the title as well as an amazing selection of prizes including £1,000 cash, dresses from The Dress Studio and a whole host of make-up and cosmetics – and much much more.

As part of her journey, Emily is raising money for the charity Together for Short Lives. The charity supports and cares for children who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening or life-limiting condition. You can donate at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/emilyradford2020.

Emily will now travel with her mum and dad, Jayne and Dan, to The Globe Theatre in Blackpool for the Grand Final on 27th October.

Best of luck Emily!

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Giles Rowbuck
Giles Rowbuck
2 years ago

A very attractive, fresh faced young lady.

Yet if the judges are voting by the endemic P.C standards of which this whole country has become obsessed, then by just being white, with no physical disabilities, not having tattoos, piercings, or ethnic hairstyles, then this English rose has less chance than she otherwise ought.

In the true British people’s eyes though Emily, you are a breath of fresh air with natural shining beauty in this country of ours. A beacon of hope to show how our indigenous inhabitants being English roses are still able to bloom beautifully without resorting to unnatural means of promoting themselves.

Good luck my dear, one hopes that all judges are not playing to the P.C brigade now.

Emily Radford
Emily Radford
Reply to  Giles Rowbuck
2 years ago

Hiya, the pageant I compete in a what is categorised as a “natural pageant” where as lot of the tv pageants people see (for example: toddler and tiaras) are called “glitz”. with my competition the judges look for personality, charity work and just all round beauty both inner and outer!! There is a lot of speculation around pageants as to being very “stereotypical” and before I started pageants I thought it was all like tv!! But if you have seen “miss congeniality” it is very similar to this in ways where it is much more then just a crown and more of a responsibility, with my pageant I have a platform which is young epilepsy. So it is much more then jsut a pretty face xxx

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none given
2 years ago

Good Luck Emily

 

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