Thai-Australian beauty Anchilee crowned Miss Universe Thailand


BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): It was allure, grace, charm, style and "willpower": an overjoyed Anchilee Scott Kemmis (pic) overcame stiff competition to proudly walk away with the Miss Universe Thailand 2021 title on Sunday (Oct 24). She now hopes to repeat her success in Israel in December by bagging the coveted Miss Universe 2021 crown.

The Miss Universe Thailand 2021 finalé was held at Pattaya’s Nong Nooch Tropical Garden on Sunday night.

Anchilee Scott Kemmis, a 22-year-old Thai-Australian beauty who won the hearts of judges and Thais, was crowned Miss Universe Thailand 2021. Thai-African Tharina Botes was the runner-up while Nanthiya Suwansawaeng was placed third.

After being crowned, Anchilee happily told reporters she was proud to represent Thai women and was grateful for all the support.

“Since participating in the contest, I have been proud to represent women. I am not worried about being bullied due to my figure. The question part of the pageant did not scare me as I always respond with honesty. I believe my willpower and sincerity won me the crown. The best part is that I can make my parents proud,” Anchilee said.

When asked about being ready to compete on the world stage in December at the Miss Universe 2021 pageant in Eilat city, Israel, Anchilee voiced confidence that she is ready, but would like the improve her stage walk.

The new beauty queen said she has less than three weeks to prepare, but is confident of her ability to bring the prestigious international crown home.

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