18th of March, 2016, Copenhagen – The 2016 Face of Denmark competition carries the rights to Miss Universe, Miss Earth and Miss International in Denmark. On Saturday, March 19th, the seventeen finalists for Miss Universe Denmark will be unveiled to the public. These women hail from all over Denmark and carry regional titles with pride.

This year, the Face of Denmark competition is collaborating with Støt Brysterne, to help ensure that the competition is seen as more than just beauty, but also confidence with the ability to connect with others. The women competing are aspiring actresses, politicians, scientists, educators, nurses, entrepreneurs and more. They come from diverse backgrounds and each have a unique story to tell.

The seventeen finalists must be between the ages of 18-26, have never undergone elective facial cosmetic surgery, have never posed fully nude, and must be ready to be examples for other young ladies. The objective of the competition is to find the Danish representatives to go abroad to Miss Universe, Miss Earth and Miss International. Since 2015, Miss Universe is no longer owned by the controversial Donald Trump, but by mega international talent management WME-IMG, based in the USA.

Ane Sofie Hoff-Lund – (Miss Universe Aarhus)

Wesane Ashine (Miss Universe Brønshøj)

Sofie Klejnstrup Nielsen (Miss Universe Christianshavn)

Nanna Vestergaard (Miss Universe Esbjerg)

Paulina Posse (Miss Universe Frederiksberg)

Ines Stojkovic (Miss Universe Frederikssund)

Annasofie Yde (Miss Universe Greve)

Malene Sørensen (Miss Universe Hellerup)

Cecelia Christensen (Miss Universe Herlev)

Lady Panaguiton (Miss Universe Horsens)

Christina Mikkelsen (Miss Universe København)

Helene Hylling Jensen (Miss Universe Køge)

Christiane Krøll (Miss Universe Lyngby)

Sara Danielsen (Miss Universe Odense)

Alexandria Eissinger (Miss Universe Roskilde)

Mia Pihl Larsen (Miss Universe Varde)

Cecilie Tausen (Miss Universe Østerbro)

The first Miss Earth, Catharina Svensson Brink, of Denmark along with the reigning Miss Universe Denmark, Cecilie Wellemberg, and the current Miss International Denmark, Mette Riis Sørensen, will be hosting the evening and presenting the the delegates to the Danish media, March 19th, at The Zoo CPH, a nightlife venue. The cover charge will go towards the fundraising efforts of Face of Denmark to Størt Brysterne. For more contact information, e-mail adv@faceofdenmark.dk





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