Miss Bahamas 2015 Queens
Miss Bahamas 2015 pageant took place at Atlantis Theatre Paradise Island. First Miss World Bahamas 2015 was conducted and Miss Grand Bahama Chantel O’Brian emerged out as the winner. Then Miss Universe Bahamas 2015 took place. The winner was Miss Paradise Island Toria Penn. The second-placer Miss Universe Grand Bahama Darronique Young won Miss Earth Bahamas 2015 title.
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Miss Bahamas 2015 chose 21 year old Chantel O’Brian to represent the country at Miss World 2015. Chantel is 5’7″ 1/2 and has dark brown eyes and hair. She is a sales associate and wants to own a Youth Development center and become a successful marketeer. She wants to support her mother in all ways. She considers her stand-out personality as her best asset. She loves the “Pursuit of Happyness” and considers her mother as the source of motivation. She describes herself as passionate, survivor and charismatic in three words.
Miss Bahamas 2015 chose 27 year old Toria Penn to represent the country at Miss Universe 2015. She has the astounding height of 6’11” which will help her a lot in the Miss Universe pageant. She is proud of the history of her country and wants to be a very successful fashion designer. She loves the art of design. She considers herself a perfectionist – goes for 100 % in whatever she does. She loves the movie Mulan and wants to meet the famous writer Sister Souljah. She describes herself as creative, ambitious and selfless.
Miss Bahamas 2015 chose 25 year old Darronique Young to represent the country at Miss Earth 2015. She has a bachelors in tourism and wants to work with Ministry of tourism. She considers her character as her best asset. She loves The Lion King! She wants to meet Walt Disney because she loves Disney films. She says life itself motivates and considers herself humble, driven and confident.
Will one of the beauties chosen in Miss Bahamas 2015 win an international crown this year?
Image Credits: Miss Bahamas Organization