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Who Will Be Crowned the Caribbean Queen of the UK 2015?

Updated: Oct 7, 2022

That’s the big question that will be answered at the Grand Finale of the Miss Caribbean UK Beauty Pageant on Saturday 5th December at the prestigious Shaw Theatre on the Euston Road.


The pageant is about much more than physical beauty, it was launched last year to showcase and promote the Caribbean countries under one umbrella.


With its logo ‘Positively Promoting the Caribbean’ the event aims to raise awareness of issues relating to the Caribbean people in the UK and the wider Diaspora by inspiring, informing and uniting both those taking part and the UK audience.


Organisers Clayton and Jacqui Brown aim to use pageantry to unify, inspire, educate, entertain and celebrate the historical and cultural impact of the Caribbean with the United Kingdom.


They state that:

“MCUK is more than simply a beauty competition, our winner will be an ambassador for this culturally rich and beautiful part of the world. Last Year’s inaugural event saw Keeleigh Griffith, representing Barbados, come through the different stages of the pageant to be crowned the winner. She has enjoyed a hectic year, not only meeting celebrities and dignitaries at red carpet and networking events, but also flying to Barbados to celebrate “Crop over” and also being interviewed on the National TV station. “

Patrons will share in an unmissable night of culture and entertainment produced and directed by award winning stage director and choreographer, Reuben P Joseph.


There will also be more dignitaries and celebrated faces from sport, media, TV and film, music and politics eager to support the promotion and to hit the red carpet for the December pre-Christmas Grand Finals soirée


2015 will see 17 contestants competing for the title of the UK’s Queen of the Caribbean:

  1. Lateeshia Anderson

  2. Chauntelle Sorhaindo

  3. Rochelle Barrett

  4. Shiquerra Mckie

  5. Alisha Pomells

  6. Venisha Hamilton-Loving

  7. Neesha Robinson

  8. Tehia Rae McDermott

  9. Amy Harris-Willock

  10. Nicole Renwick

  11. Natina-Mae Whitter

  12. Tammy Jeffers-Wells

  13. Alisha Eversley - John

  14. Yinka Williams

  15. Selina Chippy

  16. Cassandra Wiggan

  17. Louisa Gordon

Pageant winners will receive £1,500 in prize money, the chance to visit the Caribbean country they represent, and a £1,000 designer evening gown, along with many more prizes.


The MCUK contestants are to be judged on the night for all round ability to represent culture and vitality by performing as part of a carnival masquerade band; effectively modelling traditional clothing, and evening wear with high-end fashion on the runway; demonstrating historical and cultural knowledge of different Caribbean countries; demonstrating public speaking and hidden talents.


A spectacular line-up of judges consists of:


Miss Caribbean UK are delighted and honoured that the following people have accepted our request to be a judge for the 2nd Annual "Miss Caribbean UK Beauty Pageant 2015." We truly appreciate their assistance and look forward to showcasing an outstanding pageant.

  • Rachel Christie (model and star of the revived ITV series Love Island)

  • Shaun Wallace (from The Chase)

  • Annaliese Dayes (America’s Next Top Model)

  • Michael Lewis (AKA SARACEN FROM THE GLADIATORS)

  • Carol Howard (EX Met Police Firearms officer)

  • Aaron Fontaine (Aaron Fontaine is an actor and writer, known for Hollyoaks (1995)

  • Pily Mirazi (Founder and CEO of South African Fashion & Culture Week (SAFACW),

  • Chef Jason Howard (a Modern Caribbean chef)

Tickets are available NOW for the grand finale of Miss Caribbean UK 2015, the ONLY National afro-Caribbean beauty pageant in the UK


For an unmissable night of entertainment, secure your seat NOW via www.ticketmaster.com 0844 248 5075 or visit www.misscaribbeanuk.com .


Main sponsors are: Stoke Newington Travel, Designer Travel, Labella Jewellery and SoftNFree


Positively promoting the Caribbean!

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