Miss World Fiji 2017 Judges for the finals announced

09 Jun 2017 | Angelopedia

Miss World Fiji 2017 finals is just a day away, and is scheduled to be held on 10th June 2017. 15 gorgeous finalists are on their way to the coveted crown and are competing to succeed Miss World Fiji 2016 Pooja Priyanka. Former national finalists and title holders have used the Miss World Fiji platform to pursue other interests and have excelled in the process. Koini Vakaloloma, Miss World Fiji 2012 is a news presenter at The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation after giving her successful shift at the Miss World finals.

Miss World Fiji Organisation has recently revealed the list of judges who will grace the panel at the finals and analyse the performance of the finalists, based on which the winner will be announced. So without any further ado, let’s take a look at the list of judges for the Miss World Fiji 2017 finals...


Miss World Fiji 2017 Judges for the finals announced


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Caireen Erbsleben was crowned Miss World Fiji in 2013. She also won the Beach Beauty and People’s Choice award during the national finals. Caireen went on to represent Fiji at the Miss World Pageant that was held on the island of Bali in Indonesia.


Charlene Tafuna’i was crowned as Fiji’s 3rd Miss World Fiji in 2014. During the national finals, Charlene won the Evening Gown and Beach Beauty Awards. She went on to compete at Miss World 2014 in London and her Beauty with a Purpose Project was placed in the top 20.


Pooja Priyanka is the reigning Miss World Fiji. At the national finals last year, Pooja won the Multi Media, Talent, Best Evening Gown and Top Model Awards. She went on to compete at the 66th Miss World finals in Washington D.C in the US and placed in the top 20 for Talent and Top 20 for Beauty with a Purpose.


Inoke “Knox” Kalounisiga is Fiji’s premier contemporary singer/songwriter that is famous for his unique “gravel & diamonds” vocals. He has headlined countless music festivals in Fiji and his musical journey includes performing as a back-up singer with Kulture and supporting the late reggae legend Lucky Dube & Boney M back in 2006.


James Bolabiu is no stranger to Fiji rugby. He is an international rugby union and Fiji’s most experienced referee. He officiated at the 2008 IRB Junior World Championships in Wales and was selected as a match official for the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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