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UPDATE: ‘When Jesus says yes nobody can say no’ – Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis

Miss BVI 2014 Contestant #3 Miss Jaynene Jno Lewis says when Jesus says yes nobody can say no. Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis . Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
1st Runner up Contestant #1 Doneisha Maduro Findlay. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
2nd Runner Up Contestant #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Contestant #5 Leah Johnney. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
A dance routine from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
A dance routine from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
A section of the audience at the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
A section of the audience at the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Awaiting the final results. Photo: VINO
Awaiting the final results. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
A display of pure skill and dexterity. Photo: VINO
A display of pure skill and dexterity. Photo: VINO
An acrobatic performance at the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
An acrobatic performance at the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2013 Rosanna Chichester takes her final walk. Photo: VINO
Miss BVI 2013 Rosanna Chichester takes her final walk. Photo: VINO
Rosanna Chichester's final moments as the reigning Miss BVI. Photo: VINO
Rosanna Chichester's final moments as the reigning Miss BVI. Photo: VINO
A hug from one Queen to another. Photo: VINO
A hug from one Queen to another. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Premier Dr the Hon D. Orlando Smith (right) and Minister for Education and Culture Hon Myron V. Walwyn pose with contest-winner Jaynene Jno Lewis. Photo: VINO
Premier Dr the Hon D. Orlando Smith (right) and Minister for Education and Culture Hon Myron V. Walwyn pose with contest-winner Jaynene Jno Lewis. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Scene from the 2014 Miss BVI Pageant. Photo: VINO
Contestant #3 Miss Jaynene Jno Lewis has won this year's Miss BVI title, beating out her competitors in the finals of the contest held at the Multipurpose Sports Complex and which ended in the early hours of this morning August 4, 2014. Photo: VINO
Contestant #3 Miss Jaynene Jno Lewis has won this year's Miss BVI title, beating out her competitors in the finals of the contest held at the Multipurpose Sports Complex and which ended in the early hours of this morning August 4, 2014. Photo: VINO
The contestants at the night's end. Photo: VINO
The contestants at the night's end. Photo: VINO
Clockwise from left: Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan, #3 Jaynene Jno Lewis, #1 Doneisha D. Maduro Findlay, #5 Leah Johnney and #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO/File
Clockwise from left: Contestant #2 Tecora Morgan, #3 Jaynene Jno Lewis, #1 Doneisha D. Maduro Findlay, #5 Leah Johnney and #4 Aribella Parsons. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - After her second go at contesting in a Miss BVI pageant Jaynene Jno Lewis has managed to win the hearts of the judges of the contest for this year 2014 and now she wears a crown which will see her being an even stronger ambassador of the Virgin Islands as she travels the world.

She has been a member of the USA Navy as a Trained Captain for three years and a Navy Medical personnel for two years. “I am an ambassador for the BVI inside and out. With this opportunity now I am getting to represent the BVI locally and internationally I am going to continue to do that,” she said.

“Back then I didn’t do anything wrong, this time I am just more mature, more refined, this is the 60th so I had to come big,” she said shortly after being crown at the Multi-Purpose Sports Complex, Road Town Tortola, VI.

She credits much of her improvement to the Pageant Committee headed by Ms Alicia Hamm saying that they did a wonderful job in training them. She also credits her success in her ability to deal with the aspect of time management.

The contest this year was contested by five young women; the others were Contestant #1 Doneisha D. Maduro Findlay who was judged the 1st runner up and took the prizes for Miss Photogenic, Best Interview and Best evening wear; Contestant#2 Tecora Morgan who copped the prize for best swimwear, #4 Aribella Parsons who got Miss Popularity, Miss intellect and Miss Congeniality and #5 Leah Johnney who won the prize for the Miss BVI Best promotion.

In addition to taking home the crown as Miss BVI 2014 Ms Jno Lewis won the prizes for Best Costume Wear, Most Poised and Best Talent.

Opting not to have the question re-read to allow her more time to carefully think it through during the question and answer segment, Ms Lewis said that this was her weakest area on stage for the night. For her she was most confident and comfortable in the swimwear segment.

Winning at this time is super special said the newest VI queen, “Because you know when you come back you don’t want to have an opportunity to be crowned 1st runner up or 2nd runner up or anything, you don’t want to do anything less than what you did in the past so this is opportunity now just gave me a chance to really believe in the words that when Jesus says yes nobody can say no.”

Her heart was filled with praise to her mother who she said always told her that success is never final.

Ms Rosanna K. Chichester, the 2013-2014 Miss BVI queen, was crowned Miss World BVI by the former queen Ms Keris Kassandra Malone after taking her final walk as Miss BVI 2013-2014.

The Multi-Purpose Sports Centre was filled with a large number of past queens, among whom were those who are still resident in the VI and those who returned home for the 60th Festival celebrations. They were recognized accordingly.

See previous story published on August 4, 2014:

Jaynene Jno Lewis wins Miss BVI crown

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Contestant # 3 Miss Jaynene Jno Lewis has won this year's Miss BVI title, beating out her competitors in the finals of the contest held last night August 3, 2014 at the Multipurpose Sports Complex and which ended in the early hours of this morning August 4, 2014.

First Runner Up was contestant # 1 Doneisha D. Maduro-Findlay, second runner up was contestant # 4 Aribella Parsons.

Jno Lewis also got the prizes for Best Costume Wear, Most Poise and Best Talent.

Maduri-Findlay also copped Miss Photogenic, Best Interview and Best Evening Wear. Parsons got the Miss Congeniality prize and Miss Intellect.

Contestant # 5 Leah Johnny got the prize for Best BVI Promotion.

More details to come in a subsequent post.

68 Responses to “UPDATE: ‘When Jesus says yes nobody can say no’ – Miss BVI 2014 Jaynene Jno Lewis”

  • ccc (04/08/2014, 01:08) Like (10) Dislike (89) Reply
    Cheat
    • behave (04/08/2014, 01:34) Like (86) Dislike (6) Reply
      No it wasn't. A lot of us wanted #1 to win, but really and truly the awards went where they should have. Think real deep and be objective. Congrats! to all the young ladies, and much respect for your overall performances on stage tonight.
      • SMH (04/08/2014, 03:32) Like (13) Dislike (101) Reply
        Now tell me how showing a video displays talent....the awards did not go where they should have....as for representing our territory, she better take the stick out her behind and humble herself. The pompous behaviour gives off a fake appearance. Not genuine at all.
        • the rock (04/08/2014, 22:10) Like (23) Dislike (1) Reply
          ooh shut your jealous mouth..congrats Jaynene..boom..boom..boom take that!
        • it's final (05/08/2014, 13:11) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply
          she is a humble person, u just mad bcuz your girl didn't win. Tell your choice to get better and run again
    • Outspoken (04/08/2014, 06:26) Like (98) Dislike (3) Reply
      I guess your favorite contestant did not win so it's a cheat. We surely have to rise above this type of mentality
  • pat (04/08/2014, 01:11) Like (9) Dislike (14) Reply
    What ah ting to tell the king what happened to the politian child?
  • family (04/08/2014, 01:13) Like (105) Dislike (5) Reply
    Congratulations Ms Lewis well deserving
  • Slimj (04/08/2014, 01:43) Like (12) Dislike (76) Reply
    wonderful contest but this shows our level of grouth
    , just tell me how this young lady won. Is it beauty and no brain just look at the areas she won, her final answer was way off so what r we producing.
  • Boss (04/08/2014, 02:58) Like (62) Dislike (3) Reply
    Please none of them answered the question given so what is ur point !!!!! She deserved the crown the show was fair just because the person who was representing did not win...

  • BVI Proud (04/08/2014, 03:23) Like (34) Dislike (1) Reply
    Congratulations to all these young ladies who had the courage to get up on the stage to represent their country. You are all winners in my book. Happy 60th !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • kids (04/08/2014, 04:29) Like (40) Dislike (6) Reply
    Yea big up jay everybody wanted alvera daugther win blah thank god it would go to her head congrats jay one love
    • open wide (04/08/2014, 08:26) Like (11) Dislike (41) Reply
      but alvera child deserved to win so hush!!
      • Curious (05/08/2014, 11:55) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
        In ur book she deserve to win because ur bias, but the winner deserved it.......
    • @ kids (04/08/2014, 11:32) Like (8) Dislike (17) Reply
      Go under your rock. Alvera is not a show off person. She is very a humble person..what the hell wrong with allu. Doneisha deserved to win..she show case real natural talent. She was the only one consistent all night.
  • school child (04/08/2014, 07:07) Like (10) Dislike (13) Reply
    And I can bet you all the judges were from BVI. For pageants like this and the Prince and Princess event there is need for mature older judges and also a majority should not be from BVI. The Judges mostly goes off the crown and then from who they know and like. From my experience with the Prince and princess show, the judges went off of the crown favourite and who they the judges were associated with.
    • + (04/08/2014, 07:37) Like (13) Dislike (2) Reply
      Well it's clear that you were not even there.
    • Guest (04/08/2014, 08:26) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply
      Well just reading your post we know you did not go and are an idiot
      Only one of judges to my knowledge resides here and that is a stretch and the crowd favorite was contestant No. 1 so your theory can't carry water.
    • SMH (04/08/2014, 09:18) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
      Stay in school honey child. Prince and Princess and Miss BVI was won fairly due to the association of points awarded in each segment. As for Prince and Princess that couple who won should have take talent and intro also.

      Get the heck outta here.
  • WAS THERE (04/08/2014, 07:27) Like (46) Dislike (2) Reply
    I think the competition was between contestant #1 and #3. What #3 had over all the others was her confidence and maturity. Contestant #1, 2 and 5 you could see their lack of maturity and confidence at times showing. Contestant #4 was missing her grandmother's charisma, she came across at times very dull and not wanting to be there. I believe the crown is where it needs to be, I dont know the young lady who won, and she was not the contestant I was backing but at the end of the day I believe the best ambassador for the country won.
  • Really (04/08/2014, 07:41) Like (10) Dislike (19) Reply
    The show was very close as the segments were not one by just one person which means that the most consistent contestant would more than likely win...which in this case was Contestant #3 Jno Lewis. The crown is on the right head. However, what I found most dispicable and disrespectful to the BVI is the handing over of the Ms. World BVI to the last year queen [who I might add most people forgot she was queen...that goes to tell you just how well we were represented]. It would appear to me that this franchise is just about choosing friends and family. If the franchise is too lazy to put on a real show so that the title can be earned then they should collaborate with the Festival and Fairs Committee to give the crown to the First Runner Up. Last year Miss BVI had her chance and she wasnt even exceptional at it to be given this opportunity. This choice is unacceptable..She does not have my supprt
    • Really Now? (04/08/2014, 09:12) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
      I would hope you are not referring to Chichester. Though I do not know here personally, she had a Facebook page titled Miss BVI 2013 chronicling her reign. We were up-to-date on every event she represented us in. In her final walk she mentioned partaking in about 30 events.

      Wake up booboo you've been sleeping far too long.

    • The Jones (04/08/2014, 17:59) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
      Hey U she does not need your support !!!!!!!
  • for real (04/08/2014, 07:46) Like (25) Dislike (9) Reply
    Contestant #1 was done acting like she won long time. She was acting like her shit dont stick. Most of them does forget they are representing the B.V.I and not themselves. It is good when u go in with high spirit because everyone wants to win, but when you start acting like you are better that is when problem starts. CONGRATULATION Ms Lewis you deserve it.
    • lmao (04/08/2014, 08:27) Like (7) Dislike (3) Reply
      LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Huh? (04/08/2014, 08:32) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
      You obviously did not watch No. 4 in her interviews. I think you have it mixed up cause her nose was constantly in the air.
    • Correction (04/08/2014, 08:47) Like (5) Dislike (17) Reply
      I meant to say No. 3 Lewis had her nose turn up from day 1. Be yourself and not come across so fake.
    • BB Massive (04/08/2014, 11:37) Like (6) Dislike (15) Reply
      Get out of here...that chid is a sweet person. The winner is who was acting and saying its her's all the time. Doneisha was the clear winner...I dont know what those judges were looking for... but it will be interested to see how this plays out....
  • Gloria Fahie (04/08/2014, 07:53) Like (31) Dislike (8) Reply
    The queen show was fair and square. I am proud of you Queen Jno Lewis. Job well done!!!
    • @Gloria Fahie (07/08/2014, 12:38) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
      Since when are you an expert in queen shows or anything else? You like some of the judges needed eye seeing dogs cause you all blind to poise, talent and everything else that makes a queen.
  • John (04/08/2014, 08:09) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
    the question and answer segment have a lot in the show #4 every thing is her grand mother she even cry on t. v. with cronwell thats just she will do it if she go to represent
  • xxxxxxxx (04/08/2014, 08:25) Like (8) Dislike (33) Reply
    never me again at one of these shows them always cheating the poor youn ladies
  • oops (04/08/2014, 08:48) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    Blame it on Contestant No. 5 winning promo. That throw everything off. No. 3 win by a nose hair
  • Deja Vu...1976 (04/08/2014, 09:58) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    Wow, history has repeated itself. They did it to your mom years ago and now they have done it to you.
    • Ha Ha (05/08/2014, 19:13) Like (7) Dislike (2) Reply
      Sore loser(s). All yuh does go in dem competition to win and can't take it when all you lose. You do not mix chalk with cheese.

      Tek dat!!
    • Wheel And Come Again (05/08/2014, 19:35) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
      Winning/losing a competition is like getting a good crop of licks. Once you put licks on you can't take them off. In a competition the judges' decision is final.

      This comment is highly uncalled for. Maybe you can suggest that mother and daughter run together. Odds are that they both may win second time around.
  • ting to talk (04/08/2014, 10:16) Like (7) Dislike (4) Reply
    #3 went over in most the things she do. If it wasnt foe tha slide show she wouldn't won best talent i dont care wa nobody tell me cause tha slide show brought tears to alot of people heart. #1 should have won it #simple
  • Hmmmm (04/08/2014, 10:37) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Sorry but #4 should've picked another swimsuit...
  • cay (04/08/2014, 10:59) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
    everybody playing the jesus card
  • Alright then (04/08/2014, 11:22) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    From the night of the pre-event I have been telling folks that No. 5, although she was not up there with her interview and business attire, her promo was the best. you have to listen and look deep to understand and appreciate. Surface judging should never be allowed in these type of pageants where ambassadors represent us regionally and internationally. they might get away locally, but outside of here.... NO.
  • weed (04/08/2014, 11:41) Like (7) Dislike (24) Reply
    the crown belongs to NO 1 them so thief
    • lmao (05/08/2014, 13:45) Like (25) Dislike (3) Reply

      That's the problem! She came in to the show thinking it was HERS not realizing she had to work for it. All those people behind her, all the people they brought in, they were cocky about it and acted like all the others were peasants. I know they got the shock of their lives and can't catch themselves up to now since Jaynene blew them out of the water. Backstage they were all in awe and the attitudes were stink. The church posse and others who think they have pioneer status on intellect let them take that in their backside! Jaynene did the damn thing and deserved that crown. The Judges decide who wins, not the crowd, not the church, not the so called elite, it's not based on character. It's based on performance at the show and that's why they can't catch themselves up until now. To them, No. 1 was 'supposed' to get it because she was queen material not the others. That's the problem right there, entitlement. Her costume was crap, the talent was rubbish and she bumbled her question. After the HLSCC promo and interview I thought she had an edge going into the show but she blew it. Why would they put her in that ugly bird? Why would she dance to a speech? Why play such a boring tune on the keyboard? The fire routine was AWESOME but that's it. So there, snap into reality. It's over, No. 3 worked her a.. off and it paid off. Nothing is yours until you work for it and achieve it. Word to the wise! She can regroup and come back next year!

      • What Venom (05/08/2014, 15:19) Like (5) Dislike (11) Reply
        @lmao...You had a lot on your mind to get off? I sure do hope that after such diatribe your spirit and mind have been cleansed, because it would appear as if you've been carrying such venom around for some time. You attacked the church, the guests of the family, someone's intellectual ability, and the young lady - who has said and done nothing to you or anyone. In fact, she is very gracious about her placement in the competition. So her supporters are disappointed, is that a crime??? Suchlike bitterness may is alarming!!! My prayer is that God would have mercy on your soul.
        • lmao (06/08/2014, 14:07) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
          Booooo!!! Get over it! She didn't say anything to anyone it's you idiots were causing problems. Doneisha took her lost with pride. It's you fools up and down mad and talking nonsense. Seems you guys wanted the crown more than Doneisha herself. Now you all can get off your high horse before you fall off. The judges had criteria and props or crowd response carried a whopping zero points.
      • @lmao (06/08/2014, 15:20) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
        Keep off our district girl. She brought in no one to do anything for her. That young man CJ lived with he fmily for years while he was here in Tortola and decided to come to help her out, for her mother was kind enough to give him a place to live while he was here. You all dont kow anything but always chatting bull. There is no other person humble like Doneisha. It is obvious you feel her and you envy her. She came 1st runner up and took it in stride. You are really an idiot to even bring her church into this. Everyone has supporters and turn out to support who they wanted to win. Who are you to condem this young lady? Why the hell you aint get on stage and do better? I bet you would have failed. No, 3 may have worked hard but she did not work harder than anyone else. All the work you do is just blah your mouth about things you dont know anything about. How dare you try to bring down this sweet young lady? You outa place with your stupid talk. The winner talent (Video) was good but not better than Doneisha. Doneiisha had a natual talent and poise. Of all the negative posts, I find yours to be utter nonsense that is why I responded. I loath people like you who can not do any better than people you bring down..go drown yourself man..
  • Fed Up (04/08/2014, 12:01) Like (14) Dislike (9) Reply
    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE YOUNG LADIES. THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE WINNER AND THE JUDGES DECISION IS ALWAYS THE FINAL DECISION. WE NEED TO STOP THIS THING ABOUT CHEATING, ALL THE JUDGES FOLLOW A CRITERIA AND GIVE THERE MARKS ACCORDINGLY. AT THE END THE MARKS ARE ALL TOTOL UP. ONE COULD WIN THE SHOW BY JUST ONE POINT. EACH JUDGE LOOKS AT THE INDIVIDUALS DIFFERENTLY. YOU MIGHT SAY MS MADURO SHOULD OF WON, WHY SHOULD SHE HAVE WON AND WHY DIDN’T SHE WIN. YOU MIGHT SAY MS LEWIS SHOULD NOT OF WON, WHY DID SHE WIN AND WHY SHE SHOULD NOT HAVE WON. ANY OF THOSE GIRLS COULD HAVE WON BECAUSE IT’S ALL UP TO THE JUDGES AND THE POINTS GIVEN. WE IN THE CROWN FOLLOW A TOTAL DIFFERENT CRITERIA FAVORITISM AND FACORITISM CARRIES NO POINTS ON THE JUDGES CRITERIA.

    JUST SAY THE POINTS ARE FROM 1 – 5

    #1 INTRO COULD HAVE BEEN - 5
    #2 INTRO COULD HAVE BEEN -4
    #3 INTRO COULD HAVE BEEN - 3
    #4 INTRO COUD HAVE BEEN - 3
    #5 INTRO COULD HAVE BEEN 2

    SKIPPING TO TALENT
    #1 TALENT COULD HAVE BEEN - 2
    #2 TALENT COULD HAVE BEEN -3
    #3 TALENT COULD HAVE BEEN - 5
    #4 TALENT COUD HAVE BEEN - 3
    #5 TALENT COULD HAVE BEEN 4

    SKIPPING TO QUESTION
    #1 QUES COULD HAVE BEEN - 4
    #2 QUES COULD HAVE BEEN -2
    #3 QUES COULD HAVE BEEN - 4
    #4 QUES COUD HAVE BEEN - 4
    #5 QUES COULD HAVE BEEN - 2.5

    AT THE END
    #1 - MADURO – 11
    #2 - MORGAN - 9
    #3 - LEWIS - 12
    #4 - PARSONS -10
    #5 - JOHNNEY – 8.5
  • @ Fed Up (04/08/2014, 15:27) Like (3) Dislike (15) Reply
    blah blah blah blah stop trying to cover up cheating...you just like the NDP always trying to cover up wrong doing with spin
  • Fed Up (04/08/2014, 21:27) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    Why we have to bring the Government into this now. All I am trying to say whoever you are anyone could of won that show. It doesnt matter to me who won. At the end of the day thank god you was not a judge. The judges decision is final.
  • 1 St runner (05/08/2014, 10:12) Like (4) Dislike (3) Reply
    First runner up is extremely sexy!
  • darto (05/08/2014, 10:52) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    I watched the show last sunday. i don't know any of the ladies as I am new to the islands. The ladies were all beautiful, it was indeed a close fight but I still believe that contestant number 3 deserves it. In the introduction, i think no. 1 was ahead because she definitely has a clear and commanding presence on stage. Number 3 was in close second because she has so much poise and she looked and moved very elegantly without overdoing it. In the talent, i think no. 3 shoed off her talent best. Her music was great, her expressions and movements were sharp with full extensions when dancing and I actually felt her performance. i have been reading things about the projector and all that.. I think it took off the points from her as well as the drums. No. 1 did a lot of things which os okay but it was all disconnected. She missed a couple of keys in the piano, the interpretative dance to a speech did not work and actually looked like a "mime" and the only thing that worked for her was the fire baton twirling. Honestly, she should have just stuck to where she is strong at which is dancing and work around it. The other contestants were just ok. We go now to traditional costume.. No. 1 is just ok, the bird thing was so bulky and it could have been interpreted in a modern way, no. 2 is. Ice except the head dress which is a total fail but i ranked her second because she delivered it well. no. 3 i initially i didn't like and it took so long for her to unravel the other most interesting one but when she did, it was fabulous. I like the modern take on her costume and it has an international appeal. Evening gown: my favorite gown is from number 2, it was elegant, sophisticated and she carried it nicely. I just wish she lay low on the hand movements while walking because it was so 90's pageant. My second is no 1, the gown itself was a stand out but i think it was too long for her and it made her look shorter. She carried it nicely however. I placed no. 3 in close third. Swimsuit, i think no. 2 nailed this part of the competition. Close second was1 and 3 which both have a very nice and toned body. The interview portion was hands down number 4 who was the only one who answered straight to the point which i think is the reason why she placed. Number 3 and 1 almost got it but it took awhile for them to reach the answer but number 3 was more direct to the point than the other one. This was the loophole for number 2 which can be attributed to probably nerves. She is still also very young so she can work on this and come back to compete. Number 5 i like as well because she answered very naturally. My overall impression of candidates and contest: it was a good competition with all the ladies giving their best. I just wish more ladies join the pageant. I also think they should consider the height factor. The program can at times be very boring. Contestant number 1: she has a beautiful face and body, has a clear platform. Number 2 is sexy, energetic and vibrant when she comes out on stage. She just have to work on her nerves, focus on her strength talent wise, and practice answering questions spontaneously, number 3 i think she deserve the win that night but she needs to i prove on her walk when in long gown. The hand gestures was just too much. Number 4 was tall and elegant but can be very dull. She is beautiful bit needs to be more edgy about it. I liked her better when i saw her at the fashion show where she has this big hair. She was also very candid and smart during the interview. She will benefit from toning her body more but if trained well, she has very big potential as a beauty queen. I hope she competes again maybe after 2 years of preparation. Number 5 has a beautiful face and is adorable. She has a good singing voice but the "diamonds are a girls best friend" song from moulin rouge was far too much for her because it definitely needed some amount of maturity and sultriness to it.
  • darto (05/08/2014, 10:55) Like (1) Dislike (8) Reply
    Chicester is so overrated, she is beautiful but she will drown when she competes in the Miss World or Universe.. Just saying
    • zzzzzzzzzz (06/08/2014, 16:34) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      darto please learn to spell before you blog. This is the only place I see persons bad talking their own all the other Islands support theirs regardless if they are good or bad. SHAME SHAME SHAME ON THE PEOPLE OF TORTOLA.
      • darto (06/08/2014, 23:57) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
        Oh, did i misspelled her name? My apologies, but im sure it is not as worse as your mistakes in sentence consturction.. There should be a priod after own or if you want it as one sentence add a conjunction.. And use "their own" instead of theirs.. :) no need to apologize though, i understand we can have some typographical errors at times :)
  • cay (05/08/2014, 12:42) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    ayo let the poor child wear her crown in peace
  • johnny (05/08/2014, 12:47) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    I got my money's worth by watching Miss Chichester performance ...case close...end of story.
  • To the winner (05/08/2014, 22:03) Like (3) Dislike (11) Reply
    Hi. please keep Jesus out of this. You have to show yourself in bathing suits in other competitions during your reign.. You know fully well that these shows are NOT of GOD. Be careful what you are saying. You must engage yourself in reading the scriptures.
    • @ to the winner (06/08/2014, 08:01) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
      What outta nonsense you write, listening if you can't come with a better idea don't open your fingers to comment.
      • Reply (06/08/2014, 17:50) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        You obviously did not read the opening statement that he/she wrote. Need a brain checkup.
  • @ to the winner (06/08/2014, 07:57) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Why don't you engage yourself in reading the story of Ester from the same bible you're referring too.

    Who's you to judge the heart of an individual???
  • cay (06/08/2014, 11:47) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    the show was judge fair it could have gone any where either her or no 1
  • fake (07/08/2014, 15:19) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    CONGRATULATIONS ! But Contestant #3 Miss Jaynene come across fake to many people ..
  • for real (08/08/2014, 10:08) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    I agree! she is fake .. ‘When Jesus says yes nobody can say no, what jesus have to do with that. Not like she get an award for helping the people in africa that's dying with the ebola virus or you helping the kids in the middle east ,so jay stop using god name .
  • well well well (09/08/2014, 14:03) Like (2) Dislike (4) Reply
    I want to know what going to happen with Miss BVI's reign when the US call for their citizens to help fight since she is a former US military captain and air strikes have now been ordered in Iraq. Even though she does not serve anymore she can be called back to serve her country at anytime during times of instability. Then the 1st runner up who is a proud Virgin Islander who actually lives here will be left to pick up the pieces when she should have won all along.
  • Sigh (10/08/2014, 19:57) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Taxi Man Need More Money Lmao... She Self Answer The Question Yet


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