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Miss Flavour 2010


Neetu Sahota is crowned winner of Miss Flavour 2010 at this year's starstudded event, featuring the bold, the beautiful and the unbeatable in fashion, music, and comedy


Ain’t no competition like a Flavour Magazine competition and last week proved that. Bottles were popping, Champagne was flowing and people were feeling the vibe at last Wednesday’s fourth annual Miss Flavour competition, which took place at London’s Café de Paris. A host of some of the hottest girls in the UK were all vying for the crown, but there could only be one winner – the beautiful and talented Neetu Sahota, a 22-year-old dancer from the capital. The first runner-up was Léa Poupelin and the second runner up Siobhan Copland. Amidst the fun of the girls strutting down the runway, having a pose-off and answering questions from the judges in front of the crowd who came out to watch the event, performers like the Marvell Boys, Princess Nyah, Fumin and Young Lioness also entertained the audience.


Ace and Vis from BBC Radio 1Xtra hosted the show and provided incredible comedy gold – from Vis doing push-ups when a feisty girl in the competition caught his eye, “I need stamina and Red Bull for that girl”, to Ace accidentally calling out the wrong winner (oops). There was never a dull moment!


We spied some of the UK’s hottest talents mingling with the beautiful and sexy audience. GB Olympic gold medallist Mark Lewis-Francis was in the house checking out which girl would achieve the gold there; the whole of the UK urban comedy scene brought the fun factor to the venue, including award-winning comedian Slim, MTV Base’s Kojo and the O2 arena legend that is Eddie Kadi. Music superstar Selah and Megaman from So Solid also came out to show their support for this glittering annual affair, as well as UK hip-hop stalwart Sway who was celebrating the release of his most recent mix-tape with us, The Delivery 2.


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