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Minh Tu to judge Miss Supranational Vietnam 2018 in South Korea

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Vietnamese supermodel Minh Tu has confirmed on her Facebook page that she will be one of the five judges of Miss Supranational Vietnam 2018.

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Vietnamese supermodel Minh Tu


The beauty pageant will be held in the Republic of Korea (RoK) in August, attracting contestants aged 18-27 from across the country.

The organising board will cover all expenses of the competition for winners of the qualifying rounds.

The winners of the competition will represent Vietnam to compete at Miss Supranational 2018 in Poland in December.

Last year, Vietnamese representative Khanh Phuong reached the Top 25 of the Miss Supranational 2017 pageant and won the highest votes in the internet poll. 

Minh Tu, 1.78 m tall, won a silver medal at Vietnam Supermodel 2013 contest and now works as a professional model in Vietnam.

She was the first Vietnamese model who won the first runner-up at the Asia’s Next Top Model in 2017.



Source: VOV 

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