Sharrun crowned Miss Starland
A Drumheller woman has received the title Miss Starland, and is on the way to Miss World Canada this summer.
The Mail brought readers the story of Michelle Sharrun. She was accepted to compete in a regional competition of the Miss World pageant in Calgary. She said it was an incredible experience, and she came home Miss Starland. “This means I go to nationals for a week in July,” she said. She says the experience in Calgary was like a boot camp, and in just a few short days, they were pageant ready, and helped to build their confidence.
“It taught us to love ourselves, no matter what size we are some of it was nerve wracking, but you realize that you are all there to make a difference, and that’s what you are there for,” she said.
In the competition, they are judged on an interview, a swimsuit, photogenic, and formal gown. They were all also part of an opening group dance number for the competition.
From the regional contest, Sharrun was one of eight selected to the Miss World Canada Competition on July 16-23. This contest selects the Canadian representative for the international Miss World competition.
While it is a great accomplishment just to make it this far, Sharrun is dedicated to having a good showing at the competition. She is working at getting more comfortable in front of a camera and other skills that she wants to improve to be a success at the next level.
Michelle Sharrun has earned the title Miss Starland and is on her way to the Miss World Canada Pageant in Toronto this July. The winner of this contest represents Canada at Miss World.