International Dancehall Queen 2010

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Kristal Anderson 2010

Kristal Anderson 2010

Kristal Anderson 2010
Kristal Anderson 2010

International Dancehall Queen 2010 is the premiere dancing contest for all dancehall queens from across the world will be held on July 31, 2010 at Pier One Montego Bay, Jamaica.


This year (2010) show will feature queens from Jamaica, Austria, Poland, Germany, Estonia, Belgium, Italy, Japan, England, Martinique, Trinidad, USA, Canada and France.

2009 Winner Tavia Morris from Montego Bay, Jamaica will have to relinquish the crown.

The big Question is this, Who and which country will take home the Crown and the titled of International Dancehall queen 2010?.

Updated 01/08/2010

The winner of the 2010 International dancehall queen is from Jamaica. She is from the Parish of Trelawny.

Ms Kristal Anderson a 23-year-old Fluffy Diva from Falmouth, Trelawny, was crown as the 14th International Dancehall Queen on July 31st,2010.

Second runner-up was Japan's Erica Okura and Jamaica's Aneika Francis was place third.

For winning the competition Kristal Anderson received a cheque for $400,000, the coveted Red Label Wine Trophy and numerous gift packages.

Okura pocketed $250,000 for her second-place finish while Francis took home $180,000 for her third-place effort.

So the crown remain in Jamaica for the second consecutive year.

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Aug 13, 2010
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The Best dancers never win! Curry favor
by: Anonymous

Jade: you're one of the reason why many great dancer (international) dont participate. I have watch International DHQ for some years now. The judging is un-fair. ( Most of the winners are from Montego Bay - because the can bring their friend to the front row & boo others).

Fluffy had 1 good round. (she is exciting yes - but no DHQ) They were about 10 dancers that were better than her.

Kingston was winner
Gadalope/Martinque
japan
Trewlawny
USA

Aug 10, 2010
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by: Jade

I don't care which parish in Jamaica the winner comes from as long as it is a Jamaican that wins.

I wish it was a 1st,2nd,3rd finish for Jamaica, but we came 1st and 3rd so am happy with that,the crown should always stay in Jamaica and never ever leave this our beautiful island of wood and water.
LOTS OF LOVE-PEACE OUT

JADE
NORWOOD
MONTEGO BAY
ST.JAMES


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