Jada dominates talent and interview segments to win Miss SVG 2022

By Admin. Updated 2:52 p.m., Sunday, October 30, 2022, Atlantic Standard Time (GMT-4).

Photo: Miss SVG page. From left: Ms. Shadyn McClean – 1st Runner up (left), Ms. Jada Ross – Miss SVG 2022 (center), and Ms. Flow – Shanyah Peters (second runner up).

Aspiring actress and athlete, Jada Ross dominated two of the most important judged segments in the Miss SVG 2022 pageant and emerged the winner.

In a very competitive show at the Arnos Vale Stadium, Jada outdid her fellow contestants with confident and sharp responses in the interview segment, and she captured the hearts of the audience and the judges in the talent segment.

Ross, 21, is sponsored by Lotto.

Ms. Ross on stage after being sashed for – Best Talent. Photo: Demion McTair

Based on her bio, Ms. Ross is employed at La Vue Boutique, Hotel and Beach Club, and she serves as a Concierge Supervisor with deep hospitality and genuine warmth.

During her adolescent years at the St. Vincent Girls’ High School, Jada immersed herself in the Arts. Her love for performing arts was cemented when she was enlisted to play two diametrically opposing roles in the award-winning ‘The Cinderella Syndrome.’ Jada’s outstanding performance at the 2017 Caribbean Secondary School’s Drama Festival allowed her to capture the title of Best Supporting Actress.

The second place position in the pageant (1st Runner Up) was captured by another crowd favourite – Shadyn McClean – Ms. Davyn, who also captured Miss Photogenic, Best Swimwear and the Best Evening Gown categories, respectively.

Ms. Shadyn McClean after being sashed – Best Evening wear, Miss Photogenic and Best Swimwear. Photo: Demion McTair

The third place spot was taken by Ms. Shanyah Peters – Miss Flow (Second runner up) who captured Best Cultural Wear title.

Ms. Shanyah Peters after being crowned Best Cultural Wear. Photo: Demion McTair.

The other contestants in the October 29 show were Shannan John, Miss CEDCO who won the GECCU Community Service Award and Miss Congeniality; Miss Arielle Olliviere, Miss Pallavi Browne, Miss Rockel Coombs, and Miss Tanique Swift.

The show was held under the theme – “The Royal Return” after the Covid-19 pandemic halted the show’s production for a few years.

The last show was held in 2019.

This year, the show was held in the independence period as opposed to the usual hosting during the May-July Vincy Mas period.

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