miss france bretagne and miss languedoc 2011


miss france bretagne and miss languedoc 2011 is a laury thilleman in niss france 2011. Thilleman was born on July 30, 1991 and is 1·78 m (5 ft 10 in) tall. She had been crowned Miss Bretagne in Pontivy on October 26.

On Saturday, 19-year-old business school student Laury Thilleman of Brittany was elected Miss France 2011 by viewers of television channel TF1 in the traditional competition. But the very next day, that contest’s long-time organizer, Geneviève de Fontenay was busy hosting her own spin-off: the "Miss Nationale-Geneviève de Fontenay 2011" pageant, in which Barbara Morel of Provence, also 19 years old and a student, was selected by a jury.

Fontenay had been president of the Miss France committee since 1954, but recently sold the competition to French production company Endemol.

“France deserves two winners”, Fontenay declared to the French press. “The French will choose the one they prefer. My winners have always adhered to the values I promote - dignity under all circumstances, respect of oneself and of others”.

Though she initially remained involved in the contest’s organization, disagreements with Endemol led Fontenay to leave the contest entirely. According to widespread rumours, Fontenay felt that the company did not respect her standards for the contestants. She was said to be particularly unhappy with revelations that certain former participants had previously posed nude.

Miss Nationale” competition, which was held in Paris, couldn’t seem to disagree more. One of 25 contestants to model evening gowns, one-piece swim suits and wedding dresses in front of an audience of 600, Morel said it was Fontenay, and not the name of the contest, that made her title special. “Mrs. de Fontenay is a symbol representing values that are more important than the Miss France label”, she told French reporters.

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