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Pre-Selection 2009

African Queen Germany


The contest was fierce, the suspense and tention so thick, at the pre-selection of the 5th African Queen Germany 2009. No doubt the girls, 20 in all were hot, real hot and beautiful, more so intelligent and multi-talented. It was a delight to see how these beautiful African Queens  displayed their beauty and talents in their own rights, but only 10 of them will make it to the final. Most of the male audience present could not  control their emotions as the shout of more! more!! filled the air through-out the wonderful afternoon.

You need not be told! You ought to have been there? The venue was at the 5 star Night Club called ”Privilege“, direct in the heart of the highbrow city of Hamburg. If the pre-selection could be that good, one can only imagines how the  D-Day would be.The organizers of the event have promised to present one of the most  exclusive and the biggest event of the year. Featuring NDR TV moderator, Yared Dibaba and Ex- Hamburg 1 TV moderator, Sandra Atwell as host. The chorographer of the event is no other person than Phillip Blair, from the famous Disney Musical ”Lion the King“. Star artists is Shinouda Ayad from RTL Supertalent 2008.

The 10 finalist to contest for the prestigious African Queen Germany 2009 crown (Miss Africa Germany) on Saturday 6th of June, 2009 at DELPHI SHOWPLALAST, EimsbŁtteler Chaussee 5, 20259 in Hamburg are; Florenze Testamarian,17 J, Eritrea; Frenchy Senf, 20J, Nigeria; Gladys Owusu Amponsaa, 19 J, Ghana; Johanita Dogbey, 17 J, Togo; Josephine Apraku, 22 J, Ghana; Keila Eichholz, 18 J, Guinea; Miriam Achieng, Kenya; Nancy Omorokpea,18 J, Nigeria; Sabrina Bashir, 18J, Tanzania and Armelle-Elvira Nollmann,19 J, Cameroon

African Heritage, your only lifestyle magazine and Afrika Outlook TV for Africans will all be there to give the event the best of media coverage.