Jana Krojidlová crowned Miss Ceské Republiky 2020

22 May 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss Ceské Republiky 2020 was held on 15th May 2021 without spectators for the first time this year due to coronavirus measures. A total of eight selected super-finalists, who emerged from the elimination rounds, competed for the title and at the end of the event finale, Jana Krojidlová from Celákovice was crowned the new queen.

Jana Krojidlová is 19 years of age and stands 170 cm tall. Giving a stellar performance at the competition, Jana won over everyone’s hearts at the competition. She took to her official social media to reveal her emotions in a post captioned, “I became Miss Czech Republic 2020. I honestly still can't believe it, somehow, I still don't get it. First, I would like to thank my family from the bottom of my heart, who supported me and stood by me throughout the competition, and a huge THANK YOU to the entire organizing team, all our sponsors and great moderators, without whom the final would not be as it was. @jakubkohak10 @nikola.kokyova @iveta.em. Finally, I would like to thank you all! It's unbelievable how many people wrote to me and remembered me. I really found out that I have wonderful and wishing people around me. THANK YOU!”



The newly crowned Miss Ceské Republiky 2020 Jana Krojidlová’s court included Valerie Herianová and Katerina Šimonková who finished as the first and second runners-up respectively. The whole evening was accompanied by actor and comedian Jakub Kohák and held behind closed doors. The winners of the competition are expected to represent Czech Republic in Miss Globe 2021 and Miss Aura International 2021.

The 2020 edition of the national pageant saw changes that were praised by almost everybody. The organizers refused to cooperate with the tabloid media and the competition was given a purely charitable character. It was closely connected with the Computers to Children project , in which computers from socially disadvantaged families were distributed during a pandemic.

Noted by the United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, the organization decided to award the title of Miss Hope to one of the girls in its world premiere for their extraordinary contribution to charity. During the final evening, the Executive Director of UNICEF CR, Pavel Gomb, awarded the title of Miss Hope to Kristýna Hyská from Nespek.

Simona Šimková became the girl with the highest number of votes from the public. In addition to the title of Miss Sympathy, she also received the title of Miss Silhouette, a title awarded to the girl with best figure.

In addition to the sponsors and organizers of the competition, the jury also included well-known faces such as Robert Jašków, Ivana Jirešová, Jan Kopecný, Tereza Mašková, Lucie Bikárová, Radek Kašpárek and Iva Sarauerová . The jury also included the director of the competition, Robert Novotný, and the general director of TV Nova, Jan Vlcek .



The day before the final, the moderator of the competition, Jakub Kohák, called on the winners of the previous two years to take a risky step: to moderate the competition with him and without preparation. This challenge aroused the natural interest of viewers and contributed to the total viewership of the live broadcast exceeding one and a quarter million viewers. The viewers could watch the entire broadcast of the finale live from 6.30 pm on TN.cz and on the Facebook profiles of Miss Czech Republic and Radio Frequency 1.

The contestants who competed at the finale were Katerina Šimonková from Krnov, Kristýna Hyská from Nespeky. Diana Paravanová from Otrokovice, Natalia Al-Imamová from Praha, Valerie Herianová from Ústí nad Labem, Simona Šimková from Jihlava, Jana Krojidlová from Celákovice, Magdaléna Ríhová from Domašín.