All is set for renowned fashion model, Doreen Kabareebe to represent Uganda and East Africa at the 2021 Miss World International beauty pageant.
This year’s event is scheduled to happen between August 8th – 11th, 2021 Miami Florida, USA.
To slot her name in the international beauty contest, Doreen beat other delegates from East African Countries hands down through an online competition to represent East Africa.
This also followed her crown as the Miss Uganda World International 2020 on August 24, 2020.
Currently, Doreen is overwhelmed with joy as she can’t stop sharing the good news with her fans and followers on social media.
Doreen is also painting her social media with her photos donned in the beauty pageant attire with her lavish crown on the head.
“Representing Uganda and East Africa at Miss World International Beauty pageant. #Missugandaworldinternational2021,” Doreen Kabareebe stated.
The World International event is 4 days of team-building experiences where delegates bond and build each other up through supportive activities in a structured and glamorous environment.
The goal of the beauty pageant is to inspire women from every country, continent, and culture to come together, in the spirit of competition, to share their passions and promote their platforms on an international level.
Delegates (Queens) participate in group challenges like the yacht party pose-off challenge as well as four phases of individual competitions showcasing each delegate’s unique beauty, modeling ability, and camera appeal.
More about Doreen Kabareebe:
Born on December 25, 1990, Doreen Kabareebe is a Ugandan fashion model, socialite, branding coach, and philanthropist. Doreen contested in different beauty pageants including that of Miss Uganda 2010.
On Sunday, the singer hinted on being in studio recording a song for his daughter. The song, dubbed ‘Sonia’, should be out soon.
According to Dre Cali, Sonia will be a Ragga-Dancehall with a deep meaning embedded in the lyrics for his daughter to listen to when she grows old.
It is a song for my daughter but it’s not yet released. It’s a Ragga-Dancehall song with a sweet message that I want my girl to listen to when she grows. I’m sure it will make sense to her.
The song is still being worked on in studio and once released, we shall avail it to you.
Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!
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