With two weeks to go before final night, the delegates of the fourth annual Miss Gay Caribbean USA Pageant are working feverishly on their routine, talents and speech.
Their costumes, as well as their talents, promises to be spectacular for pageant night carded for September 29th, 2012, 8pm sharp at Restoration Plaza, Brooklyn in New York City.
Here are three more of the Miss Gay Caribbean Pageant delegates below:
Miss Trinidad and Tobago: Patty Cake
No stranger to pageants, Patty was crowned Miss Stonewall Inn Queen in 2010. Patty wasborn in the US but spent most of her life being raised in the sweet twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
This seasoned queen and professional make up artist intends to bring it live on show night. she is composed, poised and polished. As a huge fan of the diva herself, Patti La belle, Patty credits her personal style and persona to the diva. Patty deplores discrimination of any kind.
She lists her hobbies as singing and meeting people. On final night Patty Cake will be baking a winning cake!
Miss St Vincent and the Grenadines: Michelle
This shy but very confident temptress is certainly poised to wear the crown. Michelle is a focused young lady that believes in hard work and its rewards. A professional make-up artist and stylist by profession, she prides her country for her ambition.
She is a young woman who knows what she wants and is keeping her eyes on the prize.
Independent: Charley Marie
One of the features of this pageant is its inclusivity. No stranger to pageants and performing, Charley Marie will be representing herself,
She has performed throughout New york City and is a high contender to win the title. This shy, soft spoken, brown-eyed beauty hopes to generate enough crowd support to win the crown.
The show promises to be one filled with fierce competition with the amazing talent segment of the show, as well as, the highly anticipated evening gown segment. More importantly, the show is built to bridge the gap between the homosexual and heterosexual communities of the Caribbean diaspora.
The Miss Gay Caribbean USA Pageant is not exclusively held as a gay event. Since its inception, it has garnered the support of the West Indian community and as the pageant gets bigger, I am certain that the organizers will make that crossover into the mainstream entertainment stratosphere.
Several prominent West Indian -owned businesses have pledged and given their support to this venture. The pageant is the brain child of Marlon Hermish Gervais, whose production company – Heatwave Production Company is working toward bringing you a show that is par excellence.
Pageant night, the girls are judged by a distinguished panel of judges. The eventual winner will wear the crown for a year and reign as Miss Gay Caribbean USA. She will have the right to represent the Caribbean community, in addition to working with several not-for-profit organizations and establishments supporting gay rights and the inclusion of the gay West Indian/Caribbean community.
For an evening of fun and entertainment, with a difference get your ticket early, bring a friend, come on down and support a fine fashionable evening.
Next week an interview with this years reigning queen Miss Barbados.
For more information please visit: www.gaycaribbeanpageant.com. Tickets are also available at Sugarcane Resturant 238 flatbush Avenue. or JW records call 1718 693 9261 or call the pageant hotline @347 692 9428. The Miss Gay Caribbean USA pageant will be held on 29th September 2012, 8pm sharp at Restoration Plaza.