History making contestant out of Miss Jaycees Queen Show


Junior Chamber International Antigua announced today that the first black woman to be crowned Miss Universe Great Britain in the pageant’s 66-year history has pulled out of the Miss Jaycees Queen Show.

Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers was to represent Anguilla in the pageant but her team said that she won’t be participating in the Antigua-based show before she competes in Miss Universe.

The 25-year-old from Anguilla, a British overseas territory, currently lives in Birmingham and will represent Great Britain in the 67th Miss Universe pageant later this year.

Jaycees says it hopes patrons will still support the 57th annual event.




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