This year’s election will have a bitter taste because the ceremony took place despite the fact that Valentine Ketterer, “Miss Ariège”, 24, a nurse at the Toulouse University Hospital, tested positive for her Covid-19 test. All the Misses also passed the same test. Alone, “Miss Ariège” had to withdraw from the competition.
After three hours of show, under the control of a female judicial officer, the results fell and Sylvie Tellier, the director of the “Miss France” committee, had the honor to give the name of the lucky one elected for the year 2020: Emma Arrebot-Natou, 19, from Tournefeuille. She now wears the crown which was, last year, on the head of Andréa Magalhaes, “Miss Gers 2019”. The four other young girls finalists are: first runner-up: Mathilde Perez; second runner-up: Louana Clementoni; third runner-up: Margaux Thiébaut; fourth runner-up: Margot Lagier.
Thus, our “Miss Gers 2020”, if she did not win the title, was not unworthy; Valence-sur-Baïse and its inhabitants can be proud of her since she is part of the leading group, among the seventeen candidates who marched, this Friday evening, to the Palais des Congrès in Mazamet.