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Miss France 2023: photos of the candidates, rules, salary, distribution… All you need to know about the beauty contest

2022-12-16T16:54:13.170Z


All the answers to the main questions you have about the 93rd edition of the Miss France election on December 17 within the MACH 36 de Déols, near Châteauroux.


How to follow the election of Miss France 2023 on television?

Since December 16, 1995 in Lille and the election of Miss France 1996 (Laure Belleville), the ceremony has been systematically and exclusively broadcast live on

TF1

.

For the 28th consecutive time, the first channel will offer to follow the coronation of the future

Miss France 2023

.

A ceremony organized in the MACH 36 room in Déols, near Châteauroux, on Saturday December 17, 2022 around 9:10 p.m.

It will be necessary to wait past midnight to know the idea of ​​the winner.

To discover

  • Miss France 2023: discover the official photos of the 30 candidates

Who hosts the Miss France 2023 election ceremony?

Jean-Pierre Foucault

will be, also for the 28th time in a row, at the presentation of the event.

The 75-year-old host holds the record in this area in France.

“Miss France is the only last major live entertainment show.

And live is my job

,” he told us in an interview he gave us.

“As, for the moment, the program that I am presenting is doing quite well, I am staying with the presentation!

(Laughs.)

It's a joy to be able to do this job.

»

Who are the members of the Miss France 2023 jury?

The actor

Francis Huster

will know his third experience as president of the jury of personalities of Miss France.

In total, they will be seven with judo champion

Clarisse Agbegnenou

, producer

Dominique Besnehard

, actor

Arnaud Ducret

, singer

Kendji Girac

(already present in the jury of Miss France 2016), humorist

Camille Lellouche

and the former Miss France 

Marine Lorphelin

.

How is the Miss France 2023 election going?

Last Wednesday, the 30 candidates passed one after the other in front of the eleven members of the preselection jury.

They presented themselves in the dress of their choice and then, in a second step, paraded in a one-piece swimsuit after talking to the jurors.

At the end of this great oral, each member of the jury gave the bailiff in charge of the competition their top 15, the latter weighting all the votes to obtain the fifteen semi-finalists of Miss France 2023.

Read alsoMiss France 2023: how does the decisive interview take place before the pre-selection jury?

A former candidate tells us

The identity of these fifteen candidates is kept secret until their revelation by Jean-Pierre Foucault on Saturday evening live on TF1.

The ceremony, on the theme of cinema, will begin with a painting on the film

Titanic

in which Diane Leyre, Miss France 2022, will take part, to symbolically end her reign.

Then the contenders for his succession will be presented in groups of ten, with the distribution of their portraits, in three other tables in the colors of the

Harry Potter

,

Rocketman

and

Avengers films

.

The parade in regional costumes, recorded the day before for logistical reasons (the outfits requiring considerable preparation time), will then be broadcast before the traditional parade in swimsuits (with a running order indexed to the size of the candidates, smallest to largest).

Miss France 2023: the 30 candidates in swimsuits

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"A new table was set up this year, which uses the codes of the award ceremonies in the United States, for the announcement of the passage from 30 to 15 candidates"

, explained Frédéric Gilbert, the artistic producer.

When their name is announced, each semi-finalist

“wearing a Hollywood sheath dress”

will have one minute to introduce themselves to the public.

The votes of the jury of personalities will count 50-50 with those of the viewers (made by telephone) to determine the five finalists among the top 15 then to determine the name of the future winner as well as those of her four runners-up.

The fifteen semi-finalists will make a passage in a two-piece swimsuit before the announcement of the five finalists.

Two last scenes will allow them to go through the stage one last time - one in an accessorized two-piece swimsuit and one in an evening dress - and will end with a final oral passage.

The last five candidates in competitions will have to answer a question submitted by viewers.

Around 12:30 a.m., the identity of Miss France 2023 and her four runners-up will be known.

What is the origin of the credits of the Miss France ceremony?

It has been the same for more than 20 years and it is the work of Briton Richard Sanderson.

The creator of the titles

Reality

and

Your eyes

from the soundtrack of the movie

La Boum

earns thousands of euros each year in royalties.

In the 90s, Xavier de Fontenay, Geneviève's son, entrusted her with the musical design of the ceremony and it was in 1999 that the famous melody was born which punctuates the Miss France election ceremony each year. .

Who are the 30 candidates for Miss France 2023?

The same regional committees have been renewed compared to last year, with the exception of Languedoc-Roussillon which now has a separate Miss Languedoc and Miss Roussillon as was the case between 2009 and 2015. The 30 candidates were elected in their region between June 24 and October 23.

- The

 tallest: Adèle Bonnamour (Ile-de-France), 1.86 m.


- The smallest

 : Inès Tessier (Saint-Martin Saint-Barthélemy), Enora Moal (Brittany), Florence Demortier (Midi-Pyrénées), Perrine Prunier (Normandy), Bérénice Legendre (Picardy) and Esther Coutin (Rhône-Alpes), 1.71m.


- The youngest

 : Indira Ampiot (Guadeloupe), 18, born September 19, 2004.


- The oldest

 : Océane Le Goff (New Caledonia), 26, born July 31, 1996.


- The winner of the culture test Overall

: Perrine Prunier (Normandy) with a score of 17.5/20.


- The most followed on Instagram

 : Marion Marimoutou (Réunion), 40,900 subscribers.


- The favorite of the web survey of

TV Magazine / Le Figaro

: Indira Ampiot (Guadeloupe).

What are the conditions for participating in the Miss France 2023 contest?

Sylvie Tellier gave way to Alexia Laroche-Joubert as chair of the Miss France committee.

The latter relaxed the selection criteria by removing the upper age limit of 25, which notably allowed Océane Le Goff (New Caledonia) and Bérénice Legendre (Picardy) to be there.

The producer allowed married women with children to participate.

In Alsace, a mother was able to try her luck.

Tattoos are more authorized: Agathe Cauet (Nord-Pas-de-Calais) and Cameron Vallière (Languedoc) will have the freedom to let theirs appear, respectively inside the wrist and at the level of the groin.

Finally, for the first time, a transgender candidate, Andréa Furet, took part this year in the Miss Ile-de-France competition.

How much do candidates for Miss France 2023 earn?

The 30 candidates for Miss France are not paid during the month of preparation preceding the election.

They are also not obliged to participate.

Only the day before and the day of the bonus broadcast on TF1 are compulsory and paid at the hourly minimum wage.

“Generally, the candidates do not participate in the election for these two freelance days, they say so themselves

,” says Alexia Laroche-Joubert, president of the Miss France society.

Indeed because, still during this month, they are offered a multitude of gifts (clothing, cosmetics, local products, digital tablets by

TV Magazine

etc.).

"They are spoiled

," confirms Estelle Sabathier, former Miss Brittany now responsible for coordinating the candidates.

Also, the more they advance in the competition (Top 15, Top 5, then the places of dauphines), the more they will see their prize pool increase with additional jewellery, evening dresses or even a car and a trip to Guadeloupe for the winner. .

What next?

The future Miss France will receive a salary for one year from the Miss France company.

The amount is sparingly kept secret.

Miss France also has a Parisian apartment as well as a press attaché, a hairdresser/make-up artist and a stylist for the various events planned during the year.

The interviews of the 30 candidates for Miss France 2023

  • Miss Alsace

     : Camille Sedira

  • Miss Aquitaine

     : Orianne Galvez-Soto

  • Miss Auvergne

     : Alissia Ladeveze

  • Miss Burgundy

     : Lara Lebretton

  • Miss Brittany

     : Enora Moal

  • Miss Center - Loire Valley

     : Coraline Lerasle

  • Miss Champagne-Ardenne

     : Solene Scholer

  • Miss Corsica

     : Orianne Meloni

  • Miss Côte d'Azur

     : Flavy Barla

  • Miss Franche-Comte

     : Marion Navarro

  • Miss Guadeloupe

     : Indira Ampiot

  • Miss Guyana

     : Shaina Robin

  • Miss Ile-de-France

     : Adele Bonnamour

  • Miss Languedoc

     : Cameron Valliere

  • Miss Limousin

     : Salome Maud

  • Miss Lorraine

     : Sarah Aoutar

  • Miss Martinique

     : Axelle Rene

  • Miss Midi-Pyrenees

     : Florence Demortier

  • Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais

     : Agathe Cauet

  • Miss Normandy

    : Perrine Prunier

  • Miss New Caledonia

     : Océane Le Goff

  • Miss Pays de la Loire

     : Emma Guibert

  • Miss Picardy

     : Berenice Legendre

  • Miss Poitou-Charentes

     : Marine Paulais

  • Miss Provence

    : Chana Goyons

  • Miss Reunion

     : Marion Marimoutou

  • Miss Rhône-Alpes

     : Esther Coutin

  • Miss Roussillon

     : Chiara Fontaine

  • Miss Saint-Martin Saint-Barthélemy

     : Inès Tessier

  • Miss Tahiti

     : Herenui Tuheiava

The history of the Miss France pageant

  • The most successful regional committee

     : Ile-de-France, 16 times.

  • Regional committees that have never won

     : Auvergne, Champagne-Ardenne, Limousin, Martinique, Roussillon and Saint-Martin Saint-Barthélemy.

  • The most outstanding candidates

     : Denis Perrier (Miss World 1953), Christiane Martel (Miss Universe 1953) and Iris Mittenaere (Miss Universe 2016).

Source: lefigaro

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