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Miss Earth 2010: Vietnamese contestant in top five of Talent Show

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Nicole Faria, 20, a professional model from India, won the Miss Earth Talent 2010 after defeating 17 other candidates at the Miss Earth 2010 talent competition in HCM City on November 9.

 

Candidates from the following 18 countries and regions participated in the contest: Japan, Jamaica, Italy, Guatemala, Singapore, Brazil, England, Ireland, Guyana, India, Thailand, Botswana, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Guam, South Africa, Tonga, Crimea aand the host, Vietnam.

After a series of performances, Miss India, Crimea, Japan, Singapore and Vietnam were chosen to be in the Top 5.

Miss India performed a graceful belly dance that combined Oriental and Middle Eastern styles.

Vietnam's representative, Miss World Vietnam Luu Thi Diem Huong, performed folk dances inspired by traditional dances in the northern, central and southern regions of the country. She also won the Miss Vietnam Airlines title.

The event raised 100 million dong (US$4,700) for the HCM City Red Cross to support flood victims in the central region.

The quest for Miss Earth 2010 will continue in the central city of Phan Thiet. The pageant winner will be revealed on the final night of the competition set to take place in the central coastal city of Nha Trang on December 4.

The Top Five of Miss Talent show:



Miss Talent Nicole Faria


The top five of Miss Talent show.


The Japanese contestant performs Karate



The contestant from Crimea.



The Singaporean contestant.









The Vietnamese contestant changes her clothes very
fast to perform differetn folk dances.


Other contestants:
































 

Source: VNN

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