April 13, 2024

The trend continues. As in 2018, men will have no say in the jury that will preside over the election of Miss France 2024. This year, we wanted an all-female jury. What could be better than women judging women? explained Sylvie Tellier, Managing Director of Miss France, a subsidiary of the Endemol audiovisual production group.

Under the presidency of Miss France 2002, six…

The trend continues. As in 2018, men will have no say in the jury that will preside over the election of Miss France 2024. This year, we wanted an all-female jury. What could be better than women judging women? explained Sylvie Tellier, Managing Director of Miss France, a subsidiary of the Endemol audiovisual production group.

Under the presidency of Miss France 2002, six women will come together to choose the new Miss National. Alongside the actress Stéfi Celma, the host Adriana Karembeu, the singerfederate all energies around it. I want to set an example. I have exposure, perhaps the greatest among the team that will be competing for the Games, and if others can benefit from it, I’m happy to share it with them, she confided last month.

But the most important thing for the Francilienne, IBO lightweight champion in the professional category, is to adorn herself with gold once again in Paris. It’s a big goal, but I’ve got the time, the experience and, above all, the desire. The desire to create a feat in my category, in my discipline, and to win two gold medals, she reminded us.

Note that the jury will not be alone in choosing the MiThe trend continues. As in 2018, men will have no say in the jury that will preside over the election of Miss France 2024. This year, we wanted an all-female jury. What could be better than women judging women? explained Sylvie Tellier, Managing Director of Miss France, a subsidiary of the Endemol audiovisual production group.

Under the presidency of Miss France 2002, six women will be brought together to choose the new Miss National. Alongside actress Stéfi Celma, presenter Adriana Karembeu, singer Nolwenn Leroy, pastry chef Nina Métayer and comedian Élodie Poux, they will be joined by boxer Estelle Mossely, Olympic champion in Rio and hoping to do the double in Paris in nine months’ time.

Aiming for gold in Paris

This autumn, the Créteil native explained that she wanted to use her fame to support the French boxing team, and that she would be delighted to do so. federate all energies around it. I want to set an example. I have exposure, perhaps the greatest among the team that will be competing for the Games, and if others can benefit from it, I’m happy to share it with them, she confided last month.

But the most important thing for the Francilienne, IBO lightweight champion in the professional category, is to adorn herself with gold once again in Paris. It’s a big goal, but I’ve got the time, the experience and the determination.

The trend continues. As in 2018, men will have no say in the jury that will preside over the election of Miss France 2024. This year, we wanted an all-female jury. What could be better than women judging women? explained Sylvie Tellier, Managing Director of Miss France, a subsidiary of the Endemol audiovisual production group.

Under the presidency of Miss France 2002, six women were elected.