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Top 5 Miss Beauty Doll Vietnam to compete at finals

VietNamNet Bridge – Top 5 outstanding contestants to the Miss Beauty Doll Vietnam 2016 beauty pageant have arrived in Paris, France for the third semi-finals. Accordingly, they will choose appropriate outfits to attend a cocktail party.

VietNamNet Bridge – Top 5 outstanding contestants to the Miss Beauty Doll Vietnam 2016 (MBD Vietnam) beauty pageant have arrived in Paris, France for the third semi-finals. Accordingly, they will choose appropriate outfits to attend a cocktail party.



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In the competition, three successful beauties will earn tickets to enter the final round which is set to taking place in Vietnam next month. The winner of MBD Vietnam 2016 will receive the crown valued at US$1000 and represent Vietnam at Miss Beauty Doll 2016. Other winners will receive MBD Vietnam white gold batons valued at US$100, certificates and gifts from our sponsors.

 

 

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Phan Nguyen Hong An



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Tran Thi Ngoc Bich

 

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Thuy Nam

 

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Trinh Quynh Lam


 

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Linh San

 

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