Jennie Frondell to represent Sweden at Miss Grand International 2021

19 Aug 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Jennie Frondell was appointed as Miss Grand Sweden 2021 yesterday and will represent Sweden at Miss Grand International 2021, the 9th edition of the Miss Grand International pageant where Abena Appiah of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event. Jennie succeds Miss Grand Sweden 2020 Felicia Brunzell for the title.

The diva took to her social media to share her feelings and announce her appointment as she wrote, “MISS GRAND SWEDEN 2021! So happy and honored to represent Sweden in this beautiful and great competition. Can’t wait!” Hailing from Stockholm, Jennie is 25 years old. She is a model, singer and nurse who has been working during the covid pandemic at one of the hospitals in Stockholm.



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She also runs a YouTube channel where she shares videos about her life and days at work. She is currently a professional model with the Cosmodels Agency in Sweden. Jennie is really beautiful inside-out and a caring person. She revealed that she has been putting a lot of effort and energy and taking this opportunity very seriously.

Frondell has experience of modeling, catwalk and pageants from before. She has also started her preparation already wrote her own song as a talent just for the Miss Grand International 2021 competition and would love to participate with this song, if a talent show would be held. She is very motivated and sees this opportunity as a dream comes true, as she will put all energy she has to make the absolute best of it and make her country proud.



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Earlier this year, Felicia Brunzell represent Sweden at Miss Grand International 2020 but remained unplaced at the end of the event. The Miss Grand International 2021 will take place at the end of this year and Jennie will have about 3-4 months to prepare for her journey. Jennie Frondell is strong, experienced and has a stunning personality for a strong representation at the international platform. If she manages to advance for the crown this year, she will be the first Swedish winner for the title.