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Dee-Ann Rogers Becomes the First Black Woman to be Crowned Miss Universe Great Britain 2018 Winner

Dee-Ann Rogers from Anguilla has become the first black woman to be crowned Miss Universe Great Britain 2018 winner at the Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre, Newport.
The event took place yesterday night.
40 beauties from Wales, Scotland, and England took part in this mega national beauty contest and now Dee-Ann will represent Great Britain at the world’s most prestigious beauty pageant, ‘Miss Universe 2018’.
Dee-Ann has a degree in Law from the University of Birmingham. She is an Athlete and she competed twice in Commonwealth Games.

Written by How Africa

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