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Diane Leyre (Ile-de-France) elected Miss France 2022, in a context which pushes to widen access to the competition

Diane Leyre (Ile-de-France) elected Miss France 2022, in a context which pushes to widen access to the competition

Diane Leyre is the new Miss France. She received her crown on December 12, 2021 in Caen, from the hands of Amandine Petit, winner of the last edition. SAMEER AL-DOUMY / AFP

Diane Leyre, Miss Ile-de-France, was elected Miss France 2022 on the night of Saturday 11 to Sunday 12 December, following a competition organized in Caen and broadcast on TF1. His first runner-up is Miss Martinique and his second runner-up Miss Alsace. She succeeds Amandine Petit (Normandy) who was elected in December 2020.

“My region is multicultural. This is the reason why, if I am lucky enough to be elected, I would like to support living together ”, declared, during the evening, this graduate of international trade, who works in the real estate development.

The young brunette woman of 1m77 and 24 years old, was chosen 50/50 by the viewers and by a jury of seven personalities chaired by the former presenter of the television news Jean-Pierre Pernaut.Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Miss France is 100 years old and has many competitors: these contests that celebrate other beauties, without sacrificing glitter

The jury decided at the end of an evening during which the 29 regional miss candidates presented in stiletto heels a series of choreographies on well-known tunes from musicals, with a lot of rhinestones and glitter, and to the cheers of the public at the Zénith de Caen.

The second runner-up, Miss Alsace, stood out by responding “I am Miss Alsace and I am a feminist” to a question asked during the ceremony on the motto liberty equality fraternity.

Diane Leyre (Ile-de-France) elected Miss France 2022, in a context which pushes to widen access to the competition

Diane Leyre is the new Miss France. She received her crown on December 12, 2021 in Caen, from the hands of Amandine Petit, winner of the last edition. SAMEER AL-DOUMY / AFP

Diane Leyre, Miss Ile-de-France, was elected Miss France 2022 on the night of Saturday 11 to Sunday 12 December, following a competition organized in Caen and broadcast on TF1. His first runner-up is Miss Martinique and his second runner-up Miss Alsace. She succeeds Amandine Petit (Normandy) who was elected in December 2020.

“My region is multicultural. This is the reason why, if I am lucky enough to be elected, I would like to support living together ”, declared, during the evening, this graduate of international trade, who works in the real estate development.

The young brunette woman of 1m77 and 24 years old, was chosen 50/50 by the viewers and by a jury of seven personalities chaired by the former presenter of the television news Jean-Pierre Pernaut.Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Miss France is 100 years old and has many competitors: these contests that celebrate other beauties, without sacrificing glitter

The jury decided at the end of an evening during which the 29 regional miss candidates presented in stiletto heels a series of choreographies on well-known tunes from musicals, with a lot of rhinestones and glitter, and to the cheers of the public at the Zénith de Caen.

The second runner-up, Miss Alsace, stood out by responding “I am Miss Alsace and I am a feminist” to a question asked during the ceremony on the motto liberty equality fraternity.

“Out of date rules”

This competition, reserved for single women with a minimum height of 1.70m, and aged under 25, is in fact the subject of growing debate.

“I like the Miss France contest (…) It’s a fun, glamorous contest”, declared Friday the Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot on BFMTV. “We need a little lightness” and these young women “Are far from being vases”, estimated the minister.

But the Minister for Equality between Women and Men Elisabeth Moreno, she deplored, on Friday, “Outdated rules (…) which can be discriminatory”. Mme Moreno regretted that for example a “Widowed woman or a woman who is already a mother cannot apply”. Already in October, the minister described the competition rules as “Completely has been”.

“Why couldn’t a Miss France be ironic, could not be a mother or pose topless to fight against cancer?” “, she had wondered.

Butme Moreno has since received in the ministry Alexia Laroche-Joubert, the president of the company Miss France, a subsidiary of the production company Endemol. And now she is “Almost certain” that the rules “Will evolve”.

Mme Laroche-Joubert has since announced, during the presentation of the 2022 competition, that the candidates would for the first time be paid for the final but not for the rehearsals. “There are criteria to change to adapt to the times (…). I think that the single status is surely obsolete ”, she also admitted.Read also The election of Miss France, decried but still profitable

Geneviève de Fontenay “very shocked”

The participation of transgender people is “Possible” and a “Is part of the discussions” with Mme Laroche-Joubert, further assured Mr.me Moreno, Saturday, on Europe 1.

This “Possibility” jumped up Geneviève de Fontenay, 89, who slammed the door of the competition for a difference of view ten years ago. The iconic « Miss des Miss » showed “Very shocked”, in a press release.Read also The Miss France election dedicated to the cause of women, skeptical feminists

For the minister, however, the competition deserves to be supported because “It was a way for many women to emancipate themselves”. But he continues to get angry. The main municipal opposition group (EELV-PCF-DVG) in Caen was indignant in early December that the mayor Les Répubicains (LR) did not communicate its cost for the city. According to EELV municipal councilor Rudy L’Orphelin, the competition, already organized in Caen, had “Cost 200,000 euros” in 2010 to the city.

“In view of the benefits reaped by the organizing company, there is reason to wonder” on a “Public financial support” at this demonstration, said this opposition group in a press release. And the chosen ones “To congratulate the legal actions taken” by Dare feminism !.

The industrial tribunal of Bobigny must look on June 21 on the procedure launched by the association which accuses the competition of violation of labor law.

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