Miss France 2009

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Miss France 2009
Date December 6, 2008
Presenters Jean-Pierre Foucault, Sylvie Tellier
Venue Puy du Fou, Pays de la Loire
Broadcaster TF1
Entrants 36
Placements 12
Debuts Miss Albigeois Midi Pyrénées, Miss St. Pierre & Miquelon
Returns Miss Albigeois Midi-Toulousain, Miss Comminges-Pyrénées
Winner Chloé Mortaud
TarnFlag.gif Albigeois Midi Pyrénées
Congeniality Éméné Nyamé
Generieke vlag van Vlaanderen.svg Flandre
Best National Costume Hinatea Boosie
Flag of French Polynesia.svg Tahiti
Photogenic Camille Cheyere
Flag of Lorraine.svg Lorraine
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Miss France 2009, the 62nd edition of the Miss France pageant, was held in Puy du Fou, Pays de la Loire on December 6, 2008.

It was the first time that the pageant took place in Puy du Fou and the Pays de la Loire region.

The ceremony was held at TF1, and was presented by Jean-Pierre Foucault and the national director Sylvie Tellier.

Chloé Mortaud of Albigeois Midi Pyrénées was crowned Miss France 2009 by the outgoing title-holder Valérie Bègue of Reunion island, Miss France 2008.[1] She will represent France at Miss World 2009 where she has finished 3rd runner-up. She also placed in top 11 in Miss Universe 2009.

Results[edit]

Final Results Contestant
Miss France 2009
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
4th Runner-up
Top 12

Special awards[edit]

  • Miss Web - Aurleia Morelli (New Caledonia)
  • Miss Photogenic (voted by press reporters) - Camille Cheyere (Lorraine)
  • Miss Congeniality (voted by contestants) - Emene Nyame (Flandre)
  • Best National Costume - Hinatea Boosie (Tahiti)

Candidates[edit]

Represented Contestant Age Height Hometown
Albigeois Midi Pyrénées Chloé Mortaud 19 1.80 Bénac
Alsace Carole Weyrich[2] 22 1.78 Strasbourg
Aquitaine Anna Nieto 20 1.76 Sarlat la Canéda
Artois Hainaut Anne Sophie Sevrette 20 1.79 Lens
Auvergne Mélanie Billiard 22 1.74 Montluçon
Berry Loire Valley Aline Moreau 19 1.75 Châteauroux
Bourgogne Tiphanie Deschamps 18 1.75 Chagny
Brittany Bianca Taillard[3] 23 1.76 Châteaubriant
Champagne Ardenne Émilie Colomb 19 1.72 Reims
Corsica María Santa Lucchinacci 24 1.78 Ajaccio
Côte d'Azur Audrey Sans 20 1.75 Cannes
Flandre Éméné Nyamé 19 1.82 Roubaix
Franche-Comté Johanne Kervella[4] 23 1.70 Besançon
Guadeloupe Rebecca Erivan 18 1.84 Basse-Terre
Guyane Carmen Prince 20 1.70 Remire Montjoly
Île de France Pauline Righini 20 1.72 Puteaux
Languedoc Roussillon Cindy Filipiak 22 1.78 Perpignan
Limousin Chloé Certoux 18 1.78 Limoges
Loire Forez Laurienne Perez 20 1.72 Saint Étienne
Lorraine Camille Cheyere 21 1.79 Thionville
Martinique Laura Fidi 18 1.77 Fort de France
Mayotte Esthel Nee 20 1.80 Bandrélé
National Capital Sarah Barzyk 19 1.72 Paris
New Caledonia Aurelia Morelli 20 1.75 Nouméa
Normandy Johanna Moreau 24 1.81 Alençon
Orléanais Maricon Tricot 19 1.76 Chartres
Pays de la Loire Élodie Martineau 21 1.75 Auzay
Pays de Savoie Wendy Gex 19 1.80 Annemasse
Picardy Katy Josse 22 1.69 Saint Quentin
Poitou Charentes Mathilde Muller 19 1.77 Poitiers
Provence Laurie Imber 19 1.72 Martigues
Quercy Rouergue Sophie Lopez 18 1.75 Figeac
Réunion Delphine Courteaud 22 1.72 Saint Denis
Rhône Alpes Armonie Jenton 18 1.74 Viriat
St. Pierre & Miquelon Cathy Sabarots 22 1.69 Saint Pierre
Tahiti Hinatea Boosie 20 1.70 Nuku Hiva

Judges[edit]

Member
Line Renaud (president) Actress and singer
Anggun Singer and songwriter
Patrice Leconte Director
Rachel Legrain-Trapani Miss France 2007
Benoît Poelvoorde Actor
Henri-Jean Servat Journalist
Kenzo Takada Fashion designer

Notes about the contestants[edit]

  • Miss Albigeois Midi-Pyrenees, Chloé Mortaud, is American.[5]
  • Miss Brittany, Bianca Taillard, has got Malagasy origins.
  • Miss Flandre, Éméné Nyamé, has got Algerian and Cameroonian origins.[6]
  • Miss Languedoc-Roussillon, Cindy Filipiak, has many titles : 1st runner-up of Miss Montpellier 2006, 2nd runner-up of Miss Canton of Pigan, 1st runner-up of Miss Hérault 2006, Miss Perolls 2007 and Miss Hérault 2007.
  • Miss Martinique, Laura Fidi, has got Senegalese origins.[7]
  • Miss New Caledonia, Aurélia Morelli, has got Corsican, Arabic, Tahitian and Japanese origins.[8]
  • Miss Paris, Sarah Barzyk, is the daughter of Patricia Barzyk, Miss France 1980 and 1st runner-up of Miss World 1980.
  • Miss Franche-Comté, Johanne Kervella, given favorite for this election is not among the 12 semifinalists because it was not the regulatory size (1.70M)

Notes about the placements[edit]

Crossovers[edit]

Contestants who previously competed or will be competing at international beauty pageants:

Miss Universe
Miss Model of the World
Miss International
Miss World

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Une Franco-américaine couronnée Miss France 2009". La Croix. December 9, 2008. Retrieved April 3, 2017. 
  2. ^ Roquejeoffre, Nicolas; Will, Julien-Thomas (December 2, 2008). "Carole Weyrich en lice pour l'élection de miss France". Colmar.dna.fr. Retrieved April 4, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Bianca Taillard élue Miss Bretagne à Châteaubriant". Paysdechateaubriand.fr. September 7, 2008. Retrieved April 5, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Johanne Kervella, élue Miss Franche-Comté". Pleinair.net. August 24, 2008. Retrieved April 5, 2017. 
  5. ^ "Miss France 2009 est franco-américaine". Libération. December 7, 2008. 
  6. ^ Mbouguen, Nkwayep (November 30, 2009). "Emene Nyamé est miss Model of the World 2009". Bonaberi.com. Retrieved April 5, 2017. 
  7. ^ Guellil, Alexandre (September 10, 2009). "La Martinique a choisi sa Miss : Laura Fidi élue Miss Martinique 2009". Pourelle.grioo.com. Retrieved April 4, 2017. 
  8. ^ "Aurélia Morelli, notre nouvelle Miss Calédonie". 5minutes-caledonie.com. October 12, 2009. Retrieved April 4, 2017. 

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