17 shortlisted to vie for Miss Jamzone 2023 title

– voting underway to choose 9 semi-finalists

The 17 quarter-finalists shortlisted to vie for the Miss Jamzone 2023 title were revealed to the public during a ceremony on Mother’s Day at the Herdmanston Lodge at Peter Rose and Lamaha Streets in Georgetown.
These beauties, who were selected from various regions, were selected from a total of almost 80 applications that were submitted. After a screening process, the 17 candidates were selected. They are Aliya Wong, Ariel Tross, Ashanti Corlette, Carolann Correia, Clendolita Lashley, Delanna Thomas, Jasmine Callendar, Jelena DaSilva, Judell Price, Laquana Johnson, Rayshana Gillis, Samya Goodman, Shanae Heber, Shania Haynes, Shequana Holder, Tiseena Harry and Trevlind Harry.
The candidates will represent the villages in which they reside. However, in order to make it into the semi-final round, the public will have a chance to vote for the contestants of their choice in an online process that commenced on Monday, May 15, and will end on Wednesday May 24. The nine semifinals will be unveiled at the Soca and Wine event slated for Sunday, May 28.
The public can vote for their favourite delegate by ‘liking’ their photos, which are uploaded on the missjamzonepageant page on Instagram! The delegates with the highest scores will advance to the semi-finals of the competition. In addition, points accumulated from the votes amassed on social media, combined with their points for catwalk, stage performance, stance, and smile, will cement their place in the semi-finals of the competition.
The winner of the pageant will be crowned queen, and will drive away with a brand-new vehicle on pageant night, which is yet to be announced.
For more information on Miss Jamzone’s return and upcoming activities, please visit the official social media platform @missjamzonepageant!