Ballyshannon girl competing for ‘most beautiful’ award

A YOUNG Ballyshannon teenager has won a place in the prestigious final of ‘The Most Beautiful Girl in Ireland’  (MBGI) competition.

Chloe McGee Gilmore (18)  is in with a chance to represent Ireland at the Miss SuperTalent of the World 2016 in Seoul, Korea.

Suzzie O’Deniyi, Founder and Director of the Most Beautiful Girl in Ireland and President of Miss SuperTalent of the World Ireland, said: “The Most Beautiful Girl in Ireland is a groundbreaking nation-wide beauty competition open to all girls between 18 and 35. Our aim is to find that one beautiful girl, who will represent MBGI nationally and internationally with the aim of promoting body confidence and inspiring girls across Ireland and internationally.


“MBGI embraces all kind of girls from different walks of life. We are looking for beautiful girls all over Ireland, girls that hold their own style, are passionate about what they believe in, girls who are charming, have poise, personality and who are beautiful, inside and out.”

The winner of ‘The Most Beautiful Girl in Ireland’ will jet of to Seoul, Korea this April and will represent her country at the international final of Miss SuperTalent of the World and compete with 50 contestants around the world. The international final is a once in a lifetime opportunity and will be a truly amazing experience.

Chloe McGee will compete for the Most Beautiful Girl in Ireland crown on Sunday, April 24, at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Dublin.


Chloe McGee Gilmore

Chloe McGee Gilmore

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