Elodie Sirulnick crowned Miss Grand France 2021

12 Jul 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Elodie Sirulnick was crowned as the new Miss Grand France 2021 a few hours ago, in a small and intimate ceremony. She will now be flying to represent France at the upcoming Miss Grand International 2021. Along with the national crown, Elodie also won the Prize for Elegance and Prize for Sympathy special awards. She succeeds Miss Grand France Marine Comby, who represented France at Miss Grand International 2020 but unfortunately remained unplaced.

Miss Grand France 2021 Elodie Sirulnick’s court includes –

First runner-up – Erika Fischer

Second runner-up – Tyna Leclerc

Third runner-up – Claire Lamon

Fourth runner-up – Alizee Jego



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The newly crowned, Elodie took to her social media to share her excitement as she wrote, “I have been smiling so hard all afternoon that my cheeks are hurting! Thank you to the Miss Grand France delegation for the wonderful opportunity. Merci. I can’t wait to represent France at Miss Grand International 2021!”

Born in New York, Elodie is 24 years old, stands 179cm tall and currently lives in France. She has perfect communication skills and is fluent in English and French, along with a masters in communication, marketing and management. She is not new to pageantry as she has previously competed in Miss Aquitaine 2018 for Miss France and was adjudged as the first runner-up and later as the fourth runner-up at Miss Aquitaine 2020.



Participating in the election for Miss Grand International has been a dream for her since she started watching the contest in 2016. She believes that, “The MGI contest promotes values ??such as peace, freedom and solidarity. Beautiful values ??that are also close to my heart.” With Elodie’s delegation, France will definitely bringing a strong game, in a few months, at Miss Grand International 2021.

Congratulations queen!