Miss Black Nude Pageant For Jamaica
The Miss iBlack Nude Pageant is set for September 25 to October 3, 2011 at Hedonism 11 in Negril. Twelve of the sexiest chocolate ladies from across the United States will compete for cash prizes and the coveted crown.
During this sizzling week, the twelve luscious ladies of color from multiple American cities will compete in several categories of competition: evening wear, swimsuit, talent showcase, a Burlesque routine and the all-important nude showcase. A Hollywood celebrity choreographer from the Washington, D.C. area will work with the girls to perfect their routines and a panel of judges will determine the eventual winner on the night of Saturday October 1st.
Pageant director Delores Dickson says this year is the eighteenth renewal of the pageant and over the years, the delegates have benefited from the competition to educate themselves and finance their college education.
A recent delegate recently graduated from Howard University as an ophthalmologist and another qualified as a medical doctor and is now enjoying a productive career in immunology in the Washington, D.C. area.
“We are very excited to be back in beautiful Jamaica with our first-class show,” Dickson said.
Over the years, the pageant has built a devout following of loyalists who travel to witness this thriller every year.
“The Miss Black Nude pageant is my pied piper,” Dicky Rockingham, a New York fan confessed. “Every year I go with my girlfriend and her friends, and to say the event is mesmerizing, magical and mouthwatering is to put it mildly. I think each year the girls are plucked from the Garden of Eden.”
The Miss Black Nude Pageant is broadcast on the HBO Real Sex series and is one of the most requested and repeated shows on the HBO channel.
For more and for booking information, go to www.msblacknude.com
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