Miss Tamara Dorset – Miss Labour 2009
Photo By Erasmus Williams
Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
May 08, 2009 (CUOPM)
A 15-year-old student at the Sandy Point High School, representing Constituency #6, during the Miss Labour Queen Pageant, walked away with the coveted title from a field of eight contestants on Saturday night.
Tamara Dorset, who was sponsored by Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas,Â amassed a total of 371 points narrowly ahead of First runner-up; 14-year-old Brittney Liddie of Constituency # 3 (West Basseterre) with 364.5 points. Second runner-up went to 17-year-old Trishna Casey of Constituency #2 (Central Basseterre) with 346.5 points. The third runner-up position went to 16-year-old Sudine Clarke of Constituency #7 with 310 points.
Dr. Douglas, who is also National Political Leader of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, assisted by the 2008/2009 Miss Labour, 14-year-old Rae-Dawn Thomas, in robed and crowned the new Miss Labour 2009/10 before a massive crowd at Carnival City.
The new Miss Labour 2009/20010 won the best promotional speech category; Liddie won the evening wear and best talent segments and Casey the creative wear category.
The other contestants were 8 Akema Christian, Constituency # 1; Shauntel Wilkin, Constituency # 4; Ashley Wyatt, Constituency #5 and Nickeisha Pemberton, Constituency #8.
The MC was the popular Sweet Sister Sensia of Sugar City Rock.
Performances came from Niquan, four-peat National Calypso Monarch, King Konris; H20 and Okolo Tegramantine Dancers. The house band was Royalties.
Following the queen show, the huge crowd was entertained by Jamaicaâ€™s artiste, Etana.