MISS USSR UK is a fascinating show, with the contestants from all the different countries of the former Soviet Union, organised by Russian entrepreneur and founder, Julia Titova. The international beauty pageant MISS USSR UK, now in its sixth successive year, is gaining popularity more and more in London and beyond.
After ten finalists competed for the top prize, Zara King was crowned MISS USSR UK for 2018. Zara King (26, Uzbekistan) was awarded the coveted title of MISS USSR UK 2018, which took place on Sunday 29th April at Proud Embankment, London. The winner received many amazing prizes including a £40,000 yacht trip from Riana Group to discover Montenegro, training worth £4,500 with world-class coach Harry Singha, gift certificates for £4,500 from prestigious medical clinic Dr. Rita Rakus and much more. Five contestants received a luxurious ultra all inclusive holiday to Rixos Sungate Hotel Mayfest, where will be performing well-known Russian stars like VIAGRA, Egor Kreed, Timati and others. They will be filmed by Fashion TV and the show will be broadcast all over the world.
The popularity of MISS USSR UK has been growing every year. The project has received proposals for collaborations from all over the world. After the ambassador of the project and world-famous Irina Dedyuk, performed on the same stage in Monaco with the world stars, MISS USSR UK has signed the contract for a beauty contest MISS USSR in Monaco. It will be taking place for the first time on 8th of November 2018 at the venue in the south of France Grimaldi Forum, at the final evening of the largest event in the entertainment industry MICS Monaco. The audience choice Anastasia Abakumova (27, Russia) will be representing her country in Monaco already this fall as part of MICS Monaco and Miss USSR UK collaboration.
Thousands of hopeful girls applied to participate this year. After worldwide online voting and judges’ votes, MISS USSR UK selected ten stunning finalists, who represented Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania and Uzbekistan at the Grand Final. During the last two weeks, the finalists were actively preparing for the contest in London with world acclaimed professional model coach and the director of the prestigious International Academy of Femininity “CATWALK”, Olga Lebedinova. They have also developed their communication skills during personal growth masterclasses with renowned world-class speakers Rakish Rana and Harry Singha. All contestants were revealed to guests during National Costume catwalk showcasing spectacular outfits. The show also featured catwalks in stunning evening gowns by the talented designer Cholpon as well as swimwear created by Room 24.
The festive atmosphere and stylish guests, who were the spectators of a variety of entertainment made the evening absolutely unforgettable. The spectacular night was filled with live music from sensational global artists, elegant beauty contests and celebrity performances. The event also held a charity auction during the Grand Final in aid of Sebastian Papadopoulos – little boy, fighting rare form of brain cancer. Auction is run by “Coordinates of Kindness Foundation” in collaboration with “We Are Stronger Charity”, which had a massive success. The nominated charity has raised thousands of pounds, proving once again that beauty will save the world.
text & photo provided by Lana Raif