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|Khanh Ngan will have the opportunity to visit famous destinations in Albania and appear on Albania’s national television programs with the four runners up before she returns to Viet Nam on November 8th.- Photo kenh14.vn|
“I burst into happiness when the host declared that the crown went to Miss Viet Nam. I would like to send my thanks to the local media and audience, who have followed my journey and supported me,” said Ngan on Saturday.
Other winners were Miss Philippines, Nelda Ibe, 1st runner-up; Miss Serbia, Elena Latypova, 2nd runner-up; Miss Albania, Alessia Coku, 3rd runner-up; and Miss Cape Verde, Simone Heijligers, the 4th runner-up.
Ngan will have the opportunity to visit famous destinations in Albania and appear on Albania’s national television programmes with the four runners up.
After being crowned Miss Tourism Viet Nam 2017 in March, the 23-year-old Ngân spent seven months practising her catwalk, make up, English and performance skills with international and local experts, to prepare for the beauty pageant in Albania.
Although this was the first time Ngan attended an international beauty pageant, she impressed the judges with her catwalk and communication skills. During the competition, she was among the top 3 most voted participants.
After the Miss Globe 2017 pageant, Ngan will compete in the Miss Tourism World 2018.
Born in 1994 in the southern province of Dong Nai, Ngan was named among the top 20 in the Miss Viet Nam 2014, and entered the final round of the Miss Universe Viet Nam 2015 pageant. She was also one of four finalists in last year’s The Face Vietnam season 1, a popular modeling-themed reality television series and part of the international The Face franchise.
Miss Globe 2017 attracted 53 contestants from throughout the world. The pageant was first held in 1974, and regarded as one of the eight largest beauty pageants in the world.