By Mable Nakibuuka
Celebrated Ugandan model Doreen Kabareebe has scooped a deal to represent Uganda and East Africa at the Miss World International beauty pageant, which will be held in Miami, USA.
Our Moles intimate that after she was certified as the Miss Uganda World International 2020 on 24th August, Kabareebe is set to travel to Miami, USA to represent Uganda at the MS World International pageant which will be held 27th – 30th October 2020.
According to the organisers, the Miss World International pageant is a team-building experience where delegates (beauty queens from across the globe) meet, bond and build each other through supportive activities in a structured environment.
The goal of the beauty pageant is to inspire women from every country, continent and culture to come together, in the spirit of competition, to share their passions and promote their platforms on an international level.
The queens participate in several group challenges like the yacht party pose-off challenge, as well as five phases of individual competitions showcasing each one’s unique beauty, modeling ability, camera appeal and performance skills.
All the nominated beauty queens are provided a world class experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase their abilities at the pageant.
The pageant is televised and features models of all ages competing in a 4-day reality TV adventure.
Kabareebe, sailed through the primaries as a semi- finalist, will be hoisting the East African flag since Kenya and Tanzania did not get any representatives.
Commenting about this international modeling gig, Kabareebe, who has participated in several beauty pageants including Miss Uganda, Miss Nkumba University and others, told ExposedUganda.com that it is so exciting to finally make it onto the international stage and she is very prepared to wave the East African flag at the global stage.
“I am more than prepared it being more of a filming event. Am always having shoots, maybe am practicing through these amazing shoots that i have had this year,” she added.
Kabareebe also revealed that she plans to utilize the opportunity to fully represent the beauty of East Africa especially Uganda, to make new friends at the pageant and to advance her modeling career.
A veteran model and face of Uganda’s entertainment scene, Kabareebe recently ventured into movie acting after she released her debut movie ‘The Last Princess of Keza’, which is a Kina-Uganda production.