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Ex-Miss Belgium Kedist Deltour among favorites for Miss World crown

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Will Miss World be Belgian in a few days? That could be possible, because ex-miss Belgium Kedist Deltour is competing for the crown and according to the polls she may have a real chance.

In 2021, the West Flemish Kedist Deltour (26) won the crown of Miss Belgium and now she represents our country at the Miss World pageant in the Indian city of Mumbai. It rarely happens that our country achieves great heights in such competitions, but Deltour is now tipped as the favorite. Although she lost on the podium of the ‘Top model’ section, she still easily survived two preliminary rounds, in which she was always in the top 25 – something no Miss Belgium has achieved before her. “I am surprised myself, because there are 115 women in total. That is a lot,” she says at Het Laatste Nieuws. “Some even speak to me here with the big words: ‘You are going to win so hard.’”

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Deltour still has a few busy days ahead of him, so there won’t be time to get to know Mumbai. The grand finale will take place on Saturday, but first there will be heavy rehearsals, jury presentations and gala dinners where she must always put her best foot forward. If Deltour wins, she will see the sum of 200,000 euros appear in her bank account and she will move to London for a year. But first it is important to win the final and the crown.

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It doesn’t happen often that Miss Belgium also does well on international stages. Emilie Vansteenkiste, who passed on her crown to Kenza Ameloot last month, did not make it into the top 20 of the other major election, Miss Universe in El Salvador. “Belgium out,” she wrote on her Instagram. The last time a Belgian finished high at Miss World was in 2016. Lenty Frans came sixth, which is still a record she shares with Ilse Demeulemeester in 1995 and Laurence Borremans a year later, who was then in the semi-finals. final hit.

You can follow the Miss World election live on missworld.com. The live show will start there on Saturday at 3 p.m. Belgian time.

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