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Top 15 northern contestants through to finals of Miss Vietnam 2020

The leading 15 entrants from the northern region who will progress to the grand final of Miss Vietnam 2020 have been announced, with the conclusion of the pageant scheduled to get underway in late November in Ho Chi Minh City.

The girls from the northern region are among the 35 contestants who will compete in the final round of the national beauty contest. Let’s take a look at the Top 15 northern entrants who put on an impressive performance during the recent semi-final show which was held in Hanoi. Doan Hai My from Hanoi stands at 1.67 metres tall with measurements of 76-58–89.
The girls from the northern region are among the 35 contestants who will compete in the final round of the national beauty contest. Let’s take a look at the Top 15 northern entrants who put on an impressive performance during the recent semi-final show which was held in Hanoi. Doan Hai My from Hanoi stands at 1.67 metres tall with measurements of 76-58–89.
Do Thi Ha comes from the central province of Thanh Hoa and stands at 1.72 metres tall with measurements of 76-58–89.
Do Thi Ha comes from the central province of Thanh Hoa and stands at 1.72 metres tall with measurements of 76-58–89.
Nguyen Ha My is from Phu Tho province and is 1.64 metres tall and measures 75-61–88.
Nguyen Ha My is from Phu Tho province and is 1.64 metres tall and measures 75-61–88.
Hoang Tu Quynh from Hanoi stands at 1.67 metres tall with measurements of 85-58–90.
Hoang Tu Quynh from Hanoi stands at 1.67 metres tall with measurements of 85-58–90.
Hanoi native Vu Quynh Trang is 1.70 metres tall and measures 79-60–89.
Hanoi native Vu Quynh Trang is 1.70 metres tall and measures 79-60–89.
Pham Thi Ngoc Anh comes from Hanoi and is 1.70 metres tall with measurements of 77-59–91.
Pham Thi Ngoc Anh comes from Hanoi and is 1.70 metres tall with measurements of 77-59–91.
Nguyen Thao Vi from Hoa Binh province stands at 1.66 metres tall and measures 78-62–84.
Nguyen Thao Vi from Hoa Binh province stands at 1.66 metres tall and measures 78-62–84.
Nguyen Huynh Dieu Linh from Hai Phong city is 1.67 metres tall and measures 82-62–90.
Nguyen Huynh Dieu Linh from Hai Phong city is 1.67 metres tall and measures 82-62–90.
Nguyen Khanh Ly hails from Phu Tho province and is 1.68 metres tall with measurements of 80-62–88.
Nguyen Khanh Ly hails from Phu Tho province and is 1.68 metres tall with measurements of 80-62–88.
Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy from Hai Phong city is 1.67 metres tall and measures 82-61–93.
Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy from Hai Phong city is 1.67 metres tall and measures 82-61–93.
Nguyen Thi Thu Phuong from Bac Ninh province stands at 1.73 metres tall and measures 82-62–90.
Nguyen Thi Thu Phuong from Bac Ninh province stands at 1.73 metres tall and measures 82-62–90.
Nguyen Thi Phuong comes from Thanh Hoa province and is 1.73 metres tall with measurements of 84-60–90.
Nguyen Thi Phuong comes from Thanh Hoa province and is 1.73 metres tall with measurements of 84-60–90.
Dang Van Ly from Hai Duong province stands at 1.76 metres tall and measures 85-65–95.
Dang Van Ly from Hai Duong province stands at 1.76 metres tall and measures 85-65–95.
Hanoi native Kim Tra My is 1.68 metres tall and measures 85-60–88.
Hanoi native Kim Tra My is 1.68 metres tall and measures 85-60–88.
Nguyen Thi Minh Trang from Bac Ninh province is 1.68 metres tall and measures 82-65–93.
Nguyen Thi Minh Trang from Bac Ninh province is 1.68 metres tall and measures 82-65–93.

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35 contestants progress to grand final of Miss Vietnam 2020

35 contestants progress to grand final of Miss Vietnam 2020

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