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Gorcia I. Johnson crowned Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021

-Sweeps prize category taking several competition accolades
15-year-old Gorcia I. Johnson has been crowned Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021, winning the prizes for Intelligence, Most Aware, Best Talent Display, Best Smile and Best Promotional Video. Photo: VINO
Gorcia I. Johnson and her parents after she won the crown at the Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021. Photo: VINO
Gorcia I. Johnson and her parents after she won the crown at the Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021. Photo: VINO
From Left: Gorcia I. Johnson along with Angelina V. Evans who placed second and Samantha C. Stewart who placed third. Photo: VINO
From Left: Gorcia I. Johnson along with Angelina V. Evans who placed second and Samantha C. Stewart who placed third. Photo: VINO
Pageant contestants with two of four judges Janhai Caul (far left) and Arlington Gumption Creque (far right). The other two judges were Sasha D. A. Flax and Meslyn Allen. Photo: VINO
Pageant contestants with two of four judges Janhai Caul (far left) and Arlington Gumption Creque (far right). The other two judges were Sasha D. A. Flax and Meslyn Allen. Photo: VINO
Gorcia I. Johnson during a talent performance at the event. Photo: VINO
Gorcia I. Johnson during a talent performance at the event. Photo: VINO
SETTLEMENT, Anegada, VI – 15-year-old Gorcia Johnson has been crowned Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021, winning the prizes for Intelligence, Most Aware, Best Talent Display, Best Smile and Best Promotional Video.

The Virtual pageant held at Big Bamboo on Anegada and hosted by JTV’s Cathy O. Richards, last evening Wednesday, December 30, 2020, also saw Contestant number 2, Angelina V. Evans placing second and contestant number 3, Samantha C. Stewart placing third.

Contestants awarded trophies & cash

Each contestant was awarded trophies and cash prizes of $500, $300 and $200 respectively for the three places, with Ms Stewart being awarded most improved and Ms Evans, awarded the most confident and Social Media's favourite.

The competition was prejudged with the contestants being required to produce video presentations of their introduction, talent and a video promoting Anegada.

Meanwhile, in an interview soon after winning the crown, Gorcia said she had great confidence in herself, that she was going to take the title.

She said over the next year, she will be looking to Empower youths and give back to the community.

“I don't know what the future holds but I would have to think about it,” she said regarding her future in the pageant industry.

‘You are all winners!’ – Johnson to Anegada Youths

In advice to young persons in the Anegada community, she said, “You are all winners, continue to reach for the stars and as my philosophy states always celebrate when the cup is half empty as it is still half full."

Finally, Gorcia said she also has big career plans for the future with the aims of helping others.

 “I aspire to become a world-renowned Cardiologist because I love helping people in any way I can, and being a doctor especially in that field, plays a big part in helping people and the heart is where the love is,” she said.

36 Responses to “Gorcia I. Johnson crowned Miss Anegada Ultimate Teen Queen 2021”

  • Nice (31/12/2020, 11:27) Like (5) Dislike (20) Reply
    Congrats to her but they say it only had about 15 people in the audience. lol
  • Passing out (31/12/2020, 11:27) Like (6) Dislike (17) Reply
    Not a soul was there beside the parents
  • disappointed (31/12/2020, 11:28) Like (3) Dislike (26) Reply
    Was the government involved in this because this wasn’t needed anegada have anybody even living over there.
    • Anegadian. (31/12/2020, 16:58) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
      To tell how educated you are. There are a whole lot of bodies living on Anegada. You must get out some more. If you don't know your facts, don't post until you have facts.
  • shantel (31/12/2020, 11:33) Like (4) Dislike (16) Reply
    Ooh please but Miss Anegada, it don't even got even nobody living there... the person that got last got third.
  • cgb (31/12/2020, 12:27) Like (13) Dislike (5) Reply
    Folks remember these are kids, everyone starts somewhere smh smh
    • @ cgb (31/12/2020, 13:00) Like (7) Dislike (12) Reply
      Their parents not even local from down the island
      • school children (31/12/2020, 17:00) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
        Everyone in the BVI have some sort of blood line from other caribbean islands. you all need to stop this foolishness about down island. We all live on islands.
  • Funny (31/12/2020, 13:05) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
    A Jamician won that has no ties to Anegada except her mother has a job on the island,i the so called event is run by a Jamician and the place where the event was held is is her step dad that owns/runs the place.
    Its a joke to call it Teen Anegada when a Jamician won it the year before, no entry criteria so its a non event run to make money for somebody.
    • Agree (31/12/2020, 13:34) Like (9) Dislike (4) Reply
      That child shouldn’t of ever been cast as a contestant. Not to put pressure on that child but island people have no cause to be in any pageantry in the Virgin Islands
      • SMH (31/12/2020, 18:48) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
        If someone if residing in a territory why should they not be able to enter the pageant? This is not miss BVI pageant or miss world
    • @Funny (31/12/2020, 14:55) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      "Its a joke "??
      If what you and others are saying is true, it is a crime and worse is that they are using and involving children.
      Arrest,license suspended and deportation would be warranted in countries where the welfare of children matters and expats tow the line.
    • @ Funny (31/12/2020, 16:32) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Well others shouldn’t partake if not in agreement.
    • Me (31/12/2020, 18:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

      Shut the hell up! Your mind is small like a peanut.
  • confused (31/12/2020, 13:18) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    Miss Teen Anegada but noit from Anegada, none of her parents from Anegada,I thought there were rules to these pagents but then again its only Anegada
  • Bob (31/12/2020, 13:45) Like (8) Dislike (3) Reply
    Best part of the show was when the young lady sang. She had real talent and won that part in my books but they made the decision before the show. Hahaha Anegada moving backwards.
  • It was good (31/12/2020, 14:03) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    I liked it, I thought it was good. The only thing I fault with it was that it was prejudged. #2 contestant should have won the talent. All did well
    • Black dimond (31/12/2020, 16:10) Like (10) Dislike (1) Reply
      Wonder what show you were watching. You were probably watching cartoons. Look here, these three young ladies who are school mates and get along very well with one another. All these negative comments will just cause hatred. I give credit to all the QUEENS that took part in this event. Congratulations to all. Job well done. Anegada did something for their youths and it came off good. Let us remember the devil finds work for idle hands and this is what we need to try and prevent. We are now going into 2021 so lets leave this negativity behind and move forward. Let us be happy for those girls and encourage them to hit the bigger stage for more exposure and competitions with the BVI Islands. Any child regardless where they are from once they are going school in the BVI deserve fair and equal treatment. Next time I will be there in Anegada for the next show.
  • FalseClaim (31/12/2020, 14:26) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    Certain folks have no second thoughts about making themselves a pistarcle and assuming and claiming every body else nationality except their own.
  • Silencer (31/12/2020, 14:56) Like (1) Dislike (5) Reply
    Why are you people so stupid the girl is promoting Not only Anegada but the whole BVI . The Bvi is the poorest country in the Caribbean you all are so childish . Just because your bvi children have enough confidence or sense to win the Pageant you people need to grow up.
  • watcher (31/12/2020, 15:00) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    Contestant #2 can sing and speak clearly. And intelligence should not have been included without a question and answer segment.

    Awareness well i think maybe that is tough area because winner had a lot of info in video but #2 was brief and on point telling people who are stress bout covid to come to that quiet island to relax. That means she us aware of times we live in and aware about her island best qualities. Who the judges again
    • spot on (31/12/2020, 15:12) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
      Number 2 should of won the competition hands down.

      Jam down fix is in!
      • wake up (31/12/2020, 15:28) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
        Anegada!
        This is bvi nah jamaica... bet that girl knew the rules and point plan wayyyy before others to prepare her videos but vi people against their own so much they do not even see the games bein played
        • @wake up (31/12/2020, 17:23) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
          There you go. The game was played. She got the win based on the video. She knew what she was doing.
  • from anegada (31/12/2020, 16:24) Like (4) Dislike (6) Reply
    If your not from Jamaica your not goin to win...the show is a set up...next year will be the SAME THING WAIT AND SEE!
  • Highly Agree (31/12/2020, 17:18) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    It was a set up show. CONTESTANT NUMBER 2 WAS ROBBED AND CHEATED OUT OF THE WIN. YOU ALL BETTER GIVE THE CROWN TO THE RIGHTFUL WINNER.
  • judge (02/01/2021, 20:05) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
    Y’all are Sick and full of Mix Up. The judging was fair and square. The Anegada community accepted the girl into the competition, if they saw that being a Jamaican was a concern to them, then trust me, they would of open their mouths. The rest of y’all need to Hush! Contestant number 2 was made aware of her errors which caused her the crown. Y’all can cut that bitterness out right now!
    • Judgement Day (03/01/2021, 09:40) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      I sense bitterness and jealousy in ya tone missy. Sad and hope this was not personal
      Judges need to be more neutral. And fair
      If u was there that night u could not say those things.
      Congrats to all 3 girls


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