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Amani Stuart, Miss Bahamas Teen captured the 1st Runner Up title at the Miss Teen Universe Competition in Mexico
By Miss Bahamas Teen Organization
Nov 7, 2019 - 11:25:42 AM

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The Bahamas Teen Organization is pleased to announce Amani Stuart, Miss Bahamas Teen captured the 1st Runner Up title at the Miss Teen Universe Competition in Mexico.

This 17 year old student of Saint Augustine's College carried the Bahamas across her chest with pride. Reigning victorious over 16 title holders from around the world, placing 2nd to Teen Nicaragua. Competing for the past six days she performed immaculately in the swimsuit, talent, interview and costume competition.


During this competition, she embodied what it means to be #bahamasstrong in the the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Sharing the message that "The Bahamas is still open for business" and we are resilient people.

One year ago, Amani Staurt joined our pageant program. Immediately we knew we had a gem on our hands. This intelligent, well spoken, poised beauty in true Bahamian form, also received the best Attitude Award. Showcasing a heart of gold and a smile that radiates wherever she goes.

We the committee of The Miss Bahamas Teen Organization is bursting with pride as this queen harvested all the training, hard work and rehearsals planted into her.

Help us congratulate our Queen and Miss Teen Universe First Runner Up Amani Stuart.


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