Six young ladies will vie for the national Wob Miss Dwiyet title at a pageant to be held at the Old Mill Cultural Centre on Thursday. They are Merlyjah Tavernier from Grand Bay representing the south; Tammika Tavernier from Soufriere representing the south west; Jeannel David from Massacre representing the west; Sherine Dubois from Penville representing the north; Latoya Anthony from Woodford Hill representing the north east and Desra Cuffy from La Plaine representing the south east.

The six young ladies will compete in three rounds namely: talent, creole spectacular wear and wob dwiyet.

The pageant will feature performances by the Swingin' Stars, Michele Henderson, Sonia Lloyd, Sixth Form Sisserou Singers, Delices Cultural Group, Dana Peltier, Castle Bruce Secondary School Drumming ensemble, Paix Bouche Cultural Group, and Petite Savanne Jing Ping Band.

The reigning Miss Wob Dwiyet Tasia Floissac will make her final walk. There will also be an appearance by the reigning Madam Wob Dwiyet Veronique Nicholas. Ophelia and Jahisiah Benoit will be the hosts for what promises to be a thrilling evening of wob dwiyet, talent and music. The pageant is organized by the National Cultural Council and the Cultural Division.