Flora Coquerel, the reigning Miss Orléanais, was crowned Miss France 2014 at the conclusion of the national pageant live telecast on French network TF1 Saturday night from the Zénith in Dijon, in the Bourgogne region. Flora is 19 years old and stands 1.81 m. She will represent France in the Miss World 2014 pageant, scheduled for next November in London, England.
Flora Coquerel was crowned Miss France 2014. Photo courtesy of Miss France.
Flora Coquerel was crowned Miss Orléanais 2013 on October 6th, 2013. She is studying international trade. In her spare time, Flora practices dancing and plays badminton. Her hobbies include film, fashion and travel.
Flora Coquerel is 19 years old and stands 1.81 m.
Newly crowned Miss France 2014 Flora Coquerel during the reception after the coronation gala.
Miss France 2014 results:
– Winner: Flora Coquerel, Miss Orléanais.
– The first runner-up: Mehiata Riaria, Miss Tahiti.
– The second runner-up: Laëtizia Penmellen, Miss Provence.
– The third runner-up: Aurianne Sinacola, Miss Côte d’Azur.
– The fourth runner-up: Chloé Deher, Miss Guadeloupe.
The last year’s first runner-up represent France in the Miss Universe 2013 pageant in Moscow. However, we have to wait until the official announcement by the Miss France Committee is made to know who is gonna represent France in the Miss Universe 2014 pageant.
Miss France 2014 Semi-finalists:
– Auvergne – Camille Blond
– Languedoc – Anaïs Franchini
– Alsace – Laura Strubel
– Franche-Comté – Camille Duban
– Roussillon – Sabine Banet
– Bourgogne – Marie Reintz
– Réunion – Vanille M’Doihoma
The live telecast featured the contestants in various tableaux with a Disney-esque and fairy-tale theme. Sets themed on Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella (to the soundtrack of La Boum, the early Sophie Marceau film), Anastasia, The Little Mermaid (for the swimwear, by Aurélie Alezeraa) and Little Red Riding Hood took place. There was a nod to current music: the 1001 Nights tableau was performed to Beyoncé’s ‘All the Single Ladies’.
The jury consisted of Québecois singer Garou (in the chair), Sylvie Vartan, Elodie Frégé, Vincent Niclo, Titoff, TV presenter Jean-Pierre Pernaut and his partner, Nathalie Marquay (Miss France 1987).