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Bahamas' Julien Believe performs at Miss World pageant in China
By Robbin Whachell, The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Dec 19, 2015 - 12:35:49 PM

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Julien shared this photo on his social media pages shortly after the show. He's seen here with Miss World Bahamas, Chantel O'Brien. (Credit: Inspire Photo)

The Miss World Pageant in Sanya, China is now complete, and the crown has gone to Miss Spain, however The Bahamas was featured in a big way as Miss World Bahamas, Chantel O'Brian, along with the other contestants shared the stage for a song and dance number today with Bahamian singer / songwriter Julien Believe.  If that wasn't enough, the performance was aired on E! Entertainment Television being seen around the world.

The audience jumped to a standing ovation at the end of his infectious single, "Caribbean Slide" and Miss Bahamas was seen close to the musical artist near end of the performance.

Before the show, Julien wrote the following on his social media pages: "I've waited my whole life for this moment always knew that I would see the day. This is my moment, my victory, my destiny. It's SHOWTIME!"

Official Miss World Photo

Official Miss World Photo

Miss World Bahamas, Chantel O'Brien and Julien before the big day in Sanya, China.

Official Miss World Photo

Miss World Bahamas, Chantel O'Brien during her stay in China. (Miss World Photos)

Miss World Bahamas, Chantel O'Brien during her stay in China. (Miss World Photos)


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