‘Miss CUT 2018 will be bigger, better’
26 May 2017
MISS CUT organisers have said that next year’s edition will be bigger and better.
Fate Club under Chinhoyi University of Technology, together with Young Gamez Entertainment, crowned their first queen after three years.
Tinotenda Mazhindu shrugged off the competition and emerged victorious with Tessa Tigere and Hanani Mleya as her princesses.
“We would like to think that everything went according to plan as our theme was inspired by this year’s BET Awards.
“I would like to thank my team who worked really hard to make it happen.
“The turnout was out of this world and next time we will use bigger venue for such a crowd,” president of the organising committee Jesse Msintini said.
This year’s edition is said to have been made possible by emerging musician, Tinaye, former Miss CUT Rumbidzai Chigama, Conilious, Tonderai, Marilyn and Edline.
Outgoing queen and her princesses handed over the throne in white dresses designed by renowned designers, Tapfumaneyi Munenge, Nompumelelo Samambgwa and Nandi Fashions.
Miss People’s Choice and Miss Personality were chosen using online votes, a method that the organisers had not used before.
Despite the challenges with stage management and chaotic behaviour as they requested for performing artistes to come stage the event ended on a high note around 2AM.
Young Gamez Entertainment presented Briss Mbada and Huby Blakes who intended to shoot his next video in Chinhoyi.
Dobba Don delivered his much awaited performance and sent the students in a frenzy with his energetic moves.
However, some students were enraged when the star left the stage without singing his popular song Mudendere which he later on returned to perform and surprised his fans who thought he had left for good.
Msintini said that they regret having started the event later than they had planned and apologised for any inconveniences the delay might have caused.