It's the first! According to our information, for the next election of Miss France, the jury will be 100% female. Last December, the ceremony, chaired by former Miss Universe Iris Mittenaere and Jean-Paul Gaultier, was committed against violence against women, two months after the start of the Weinstein case.
This year, Sylvie Tellier, executive director of Miss France, continues to bring her touch to the ceremony, which will feature with Jean-Pierre Foucault. This 89and edition will make even more impression with a jury composed only by women. And it is Line Renaud who will be the president, as announced Tuesday in Twitter.
As for the detailed composition of this jury, we must learn more on Monday, November 19, during a press conference organized by TF1.
The current Miss, Maëva Coucke, will give her crown at the great party in the Zenith of Lille on December 15, broadcast live on TF1. Meanwhile, the 30 contestants will take off on November 20 for a week in Mauritius and the traditional preparation trip, during which official photos will be taken.