Miss Fiji School of Medicine, Nubaisha Dean walked away with two awards tonight, the Miss Internet and Miss Best Dressed awards, on the second last day of the 2012 Hibiscus Festival at Albert Park in Suva.
Miss Mai Life Drue Slatter also scooped her second award tonight with the Miss National Tourism title after having won the Research topic award on day one of the festival last Friday.
Miss Vinod Patel Natasha was named Miss Photogenic while Miss Formscaff Vasiti Radekedeke took out the Miss Personality 2012 award.
The Hibiscus Kings 2012 were also presented with special awards tonight.
Mr FBC’s Clarence Dass took away the Mr Internet 2012 with the most votes online. Mr Kris Amusement Ledua Tukana scooped the Mr Personality title while Mr Yellow Ribbon Aman Singh took out the Mr Best Dressed award.
Fiji’s International Platinum recording artist Paulini Curuenavuli was on hand to present the winners their awards.
The festival culminates tomorrow with the crowning of the 2012 Hibiscus King and Queen.
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