Twenty-eight women aged 17 to 25 beat off competition from more than 350 hopefuls to reach the finals, which will take place at the Sixways Stadium on Sunday, January 10.
The winner will not only “be an ambassador for England’s most beautiful county” but will also represent Worcestershire at the national finals of Miss England.
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But to claim the crown participants will have to impress the judges on the catwalk with their sports, fashion, eco and evening wear, as well as during the audience interaction round.
The finalists will also undertake work such as charity fundraising, a fitness bootcamp and social media publicity in advance of the finals.
Organiser Rachael Barker said: “The finalists this year are truly incredible.
“They are all hard-working, dedicated young ladies who want to make a real difference to the community in Worcestershire.
“I am really excited about the event but the competition is so tough I have no idea who is going to win.”
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