India won Miss Earth 2010 Talent Competition

Nicole Faria, Miss Earth India won the Talent Competition in Miss Earth 2010. The Competition was held November 9th at the Diamond Plaza in HCM City, Vietnam. 18 candidates registered to participate. They were Misses Japan, Jamaica, Italy, Guatemala, Singapore, Brazil, England, Ireland, Guyana, India, Thailand, Botswana, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Guam, South Africa, Tonga, Crimea and the host Vietnam. It’s the first time that India won Best Talent in Miss Earth. But unlike Miss World, winning the award is not a guarantee that she’s already a sure semi-finalist on December 4.

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Nicole Faria, Miss Earth India won the Talent Competition in Miss Earth 2010

Nicole Faria, Miss Earth India won the Talent Competition in Miss Earth 2010


In the past editions of Miss Earth, only three Best in Talent awardees entered the semis. That was in 2001, 2002 and 2006, but in 2002, the candidate who won Best Talent (Bosnia and Herzegovina) eventually won as Miss Earth 2002.

After the Talent competition, next important events in Miss Earth 2010 are the Grand Press Conference which is today, National Costume Show on Nov. 13, Ao Dai / Gown Competition on the 17th, Swimsuit on the 20th, Prelims on December 2 and finally, the Grand Coronation on Dec. 4.

The Top 5: Crimea (Anastasiya Sienina), India (Nicole Faria), Vietnam (Luu Thi Diem Huong), Japan (Marina Kishira) and Singapore (Maricelle Rani Wong)

The Top 5: Crimea (Anastasiya Sienina), India (Nicole Faria), Vietnam (Luu Thi Diem Huong), Japan (Marina Kishira) and Singapore (Maricelle Rani Wong)

Here’s the results of last night’s event:
The Top 5: Crimea (Anastasiya Sienina), India (Nicole Faria), Vietnam (Luu Thi Diem Huong), Japan (Marina Kishira) and Singapore (Maricelle Rani Wong)

Top 18:
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Ema Golijanin)
Botswana (Onalenna Gaopalelwe)
Brazil (Luisa de Almeida Lopes)
England (Sandra Marie Lees)
Guam (Naiomie Jean Santos)
Guatemala (Sue Ellen Castañeda)
Guyana (Soyini Fraser)
Ireland (Alesha Gallen)
Italy (Ilenia Arnolfo)
Jamaica (Kai Ayanna McDonald)
South Africa (Nondyebo Dzingwa)
Thailand (Watsaporn Wattanakoon)
Tonga (Glena Lavemai)

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