Miss Teenager Bahamas Evening Gown and Talent Competition Results!

Without a doubt, evening gown segment is the best part of pageants, next to crowning and swimsuit of course! There’s just something about the glitz and glamour of dazzling sparkling gowns that we cannot get enough of. Sitting front and center (well almost) of the Miss Teenager Bahamas Evening Competition, we got a up close and personal look at some of the most beautiful gowns we have seen for the pageant season thus far. Of course, our favorite boutique, The Guest List, made an appearance on the runway and made its way into the final three, which is never a surprise! Their gowns are simply amazing. Our favorites for the evening:

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Shanice Toussaint | CJermaine Photography|

1. Miss Teenager New Providence Shanice Toussaint – Ugh! Love this gown. There was much debate on whether or not this gown was “age appropriate” but we loved it nonetheless. The color was perfect for her complexion and the gown perfectly highlighted her tiny waist and accentuated her assets. This dress was daring and fun! Pageant Diaries approved!

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Rhodesia Johnson | CJermaine Photography

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Miss Teenager Mayaguana Rhodesia Johnson- This dress is simply lovely! The intricate detailing on the bodice, the flowy bottom, this dress fit her like a glove. She sparkled on stage and she took our breath away! High five to The Guest List for this stunning number!

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LaKeisha Curry | CJermaine Photography|

3.

Miss Teenager Abaco LaKeisha Curry- One word…stunning! This dress was a perfect fit for LaKeisha and we loved the color. The green was rich and beautiful. The sheer trail that started at her shoulder was a sexy addition to this gown.

All the ladies looked absolutely marvelous and it was incredibly hard to choose a clear cut winner. The judges choose the following  the top three contenders:

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Jamie Ferguson | Rhodesia Johnson| Shanice Toussaint| CJermaine Photography

Miss Teenager Grand Bahama Jamie Ferguson
Miss Teenager Mayaguana Rhodesia Johnson
Miss Teenager New Providence Shanice Toussaint

Here are the remaining beauties in their evening gowns

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Amber Roberts | CJermaine Photography
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Andrea Bowleg | CJermaine Photography |
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Chizara Hudson | CJermaine Photography |
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Savannah Burrows | CJermaine Photography |
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Tyarah Delaney | CJermaine Photography |

 

Shortly after, the girls took the stage again to showcase their talents, with popular choreographer Lawrence Carroll on the judging panel, we knew only the best of the contestants will place in this competition. The scores were:

Second Runner Up: Tyarah Delaney
First Runner up: Savannah Burrows
Winner: LaKeisha Curry

Tyarah performed a riveting dance routine and Savannah sizzled in her fire dance number, but can we tell you how impressed we were LaKeisha? She was amazing as she twirled from the ceiling, displaying her flexibilty. We’ve never seen it in a pageant before was pleasantly surprised to see her! It was amazing and totally entertaining.

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Second Runner Up: Tyarah Delaney | CJermaine Photography
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First Runner Up: Savannah Burrows | CJermaine Photography
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Talent Show Winner LaKeisha Curry| CJermaine Photography|

 

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Amber Roberts | CJermaine Photography |
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Andrea Bowleg | CJermaine Photography |
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Chizara Hudson | CJermaine Photography |
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Rhodesia Johnson | CJermaine Photography
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Shanice Ferguson | CJermaine Photography |
Jamie Ferguson |CJermaine Photography
Jamie Ferguson |CJermaine Photography

 

 

Only a few more days until the crowing of the Miss Teenager Bahamas (June 29th). We’re holding our breath and counting down see which of these beauties will take home the crown!

 

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