Miss Germany 2020

Miss Germany 2020 Schleswig-Holstein won:

Nadine Voigt, Miss Saxony 2020, went away empty-handed in the election for Miss Germany. The 21-year-old from Dresden studies fashion design at the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences in Zwickau.

New Miss Germany is online entrepreneur Leonie Charlotte von Hase from Kiel. According to the organizers, Von Hase was the oldest participant in this year's competition.

It operates an online shop for vintage clothing. Von Hase became “Miss Schleswig-Holstein” in December and thus qualified for the nationwide election. Her term as “Miss Germany” is one year.

According to the organizers, the 35-year-old is the oldest "Miss Germany" in the history of the competition, which has been running for 93 years.

She is also the first mother to hold the title. Von Hase claims to be the mother of a three-year-old son. She was born and grew up in Namibia. She had been living in Kiel for five years, she said. Her family has her roots there.

The 16 "Miss Germany" finalists, aged between 18 and 35, presented themselves in the evening gown and casual fashion when a jury was selected.

Vice-Queen was student Lara Rúnarsson (22) from Waldbüttelbrunn near Würzburg in Bavaria, third place was student Michelle-Anastasia Marsalis (23) from Hamburg.

According to the organizer, “Miss Germany” is the oldest and most important beauty contest in Germany, and it has existed since 1927.

This year, more than 7,500 young women across Germany had applied for one of the 16 places in the final, said organizer Max Klemmer. For the first time, the jury that chose “Miss Germany” consisted entirely of women.

Jury members included TV presenter Frauke Ludwig and former CSU politician Dagmar Wöhrl from the TV show "Die Höhle der Löwen". Wöhrl was "Miss Germany" in 1977.


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