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Mhairi Fergusson is Miss Scotland 2015 [Photos]

 

Mhairi Fergusson, Miss Scotland 2015

Mhairi Fergusson is the winner of Miss Scotland 2015 title.  The finals took place on 27th August 2015 at The Radisson Blu in Glasgow.  Mhairi Fergusson will represent Scotland at Miss World 2015 in Sanya, China.  The Miss Scotland contest is owned by the Miss World Organization and is organized by The Scottish Sun newspaper.  The winner also competes at Miss United Kingdom pageant.

Mhairi Fergusson has the shot at being the first Miss World from Scotland.  The closest finish of Scotland in Miss World was when Juliet Jane-Horne of Aberdeen was 2nd Runner-up to Agbani Darego of Nigeria at Miss World 2001.  In 2011, Jennifer Reoch of Glasgow was in the 6th Runner-up in Miss World & 1st Runner-up in Miss UK.  In 2014, Ellie McKeating of Milngavie was 1st Runner-up in Talent contest & 2nd Runner-up in Miss World Fashion Dress Designer contest.  She was Top 20 at Top Model, Top 10 in Interview Round & also performed in Dances of the World.  Her final placement was Top 25 in Miss World 2014.  She was 1st Runner-up at Miss UK 2014.  Till now, Miss Scotland winners have won Miss UK for 9 times!

Mhairi Fergusson is 5′ 9″ and 21 in age.  She is from Stirling.  She has a degree in International Fashion Branding from university.  She was Miss Scotland 2013 1st Runner-up to Jamey Bowers.  She raises funds for Muir Maxwell Trust, a charity close to her heart.

Mhairi Fergusson’s 1st Runner-up is Christina Chalk from Dunblane.  She is 5′ 8″ and 21 in age.  She has a degree in pharmacology from Glasgow University.  She is signed with The Model Team.  Her mother is from Philippines and she is learning Tagalog.

Mhairi Fergusson’s 2nd Runner-up is 17 years old Olivia McPike from Falkirk.  She was the youngest contestant.  She is a blogger and works for Benefits Cosmetics.  She loves acting and her charity is The Mental Health Foundation.

Mhairi Fergusson, Miss Scotland 2015 Photos

Image Credits: Mhairi Fergusson Facebook, Miss Scotland




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