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Miss Alsace, Delphine Wespiser, crowned Miss France 2012


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December 3, 2011/23.40


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Delphine WespiserMiss Alsace, Delphine Wespiser, of Kingersheim, has been crowned Miss France 2012 tonight.
   Wespiser, 19, at 1·75 m (5 ft 7½ in), is a management student with interests in eastern and flamenco dancing, and enjoys painting.
   The redhead was crowned at the parc des expositions de Penfeld in Brest, ultimately chosen by a live television audience on TF1.
   She was chosen after the final five were identified by a panel of judges, led by veteran actor Alain Delon.
   Wespiser succeeds Laury Thilleman and is the 65th Miss France.
   Her first words upon crowning were ‘36-37’—the number for Téléthon, urging viewers to donate.
   Miss Réunion, Marie Payet, and Miss Pays de Loire, Mathilde Couly, were second and first runners-up respectively.
   Miss France 2012 comes just before its rival competition, now renamed Miss Prestige National, created by former Miss France director Geneviève de Fontenay.
   Miss Prestige National will be chosen on Sunday at the Casino in Divonne-les-Bains.

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  3. Such a beautiful winner! I liked the fact that her first words on the coronations were of donating. She keeps thinking about others even in such a great moment of her life.

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  7. She’s the most beautiful Miss France I’ve ever seen !!!
    She’s smart, funny, realistic, down-to-earth, very feminine et her smile and eyes are so expressive !!!
    I am French and the first time I saw her was : WOW, I’d love she was my girl friend !!! She might not be selected but that would be so great that at last people recognize a real French easy-going feminity !!!
    AT LAST SHE CAME TO REPRESENT FRANCE !!!

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