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Siobhán hoping to secure a place as a finalist in Miss Ireland

KILMALEY’S Siobhán Fitzpatrick is hoping luck will shine and that she will secure a place as a finalist in this year’s Miss Ireland. The 21-year-old student teacher was the first runner up at the 2020 Miss Clare selection which has secured her a place in the upcoming semi-final.
There was no Miss Ireland final selection in 2020 due to Covid-19 so the semi-finalists will now get a chance to compete in a virtual event that could see them move forward to Miss Ireland 2021.
The Miss Ireland semi-final sees all the runner up placements from the 2020 selections which were able to take place within guidelines now take part in a virtual TV format selection. A top panel of judges will interview all 20 finalists and select eight lucky girls who will move forward to Miss Ireland 2021. In addition to the judging panel for the first time ever one additional semi-finalist will secure a place as the People’s Choice Award which is a public vote currently taking place on the new Miss Ireland app.
Brendan Marc Scully Miss Ireland owner & creative director says, “Sadly, due to the pandemic like all events 2020 had NO Miss Ireland final selection but we are positive that the latter half of this year will see us in a position to hold a safe selection for Miss Ireland which will see one overall winner become Miss Ireland 20/21 and move forward to Miss World.”
“We are delighted to be able to produce a safe virtual event for our 2020 County runner ups and they will get their chance to compete for a place as a Miss Ireland finalists, we have also launched a new Miss Ireland app which is available for free to download and people can vote for their favourite contestant from anywhere in the world.”
The Miss Ireland semi final will take place at the first week in March and will be available online, for more details download the Miss Ireland app or follow @missirelandorg on social media platforms.

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