Uni student beats the competition to win Miss Leeds
Leeds University student wins local crown and will compete in Miss England this June
A Leeds University Art and Design Student fought off competition from 21 other girls to be crowned Miss Leeds 2014.
Thankyou Ross Perry (http://t.co/yyXNEgen9t) for the beautiful pictures of Molly as she won Miss Leeds @LeedsCC_News pic.twitter.com/YRrLL6csfe
— kinspeed limited (@kinspeed) May 13, 2014
The finals, held at Baracoa Luxe Bar saw Molly Wragg finish victorious in a seven-round beauty pageant, with other Leeds Uni students finishing second and third. Molly was automatically placed in the top ten after raising over £1,000 in the charity round, and performed well enough across the six others, which included evening wear and popularity, to take the title and snazzy sash.
Great night at @baracoaluxebar for @miss_leeds, and our girl won @MollyMissLeeds ! pic.twitter.com/UR7r9VTf7I
— kinspeed limited (@kinspeed) May 11, 2014
One of the girls she beat to the crown, 19-year-old Lucy Morgan, had recovered from suffering 25 per cent burns to her face and body in a freak camp-fire explosion back in March.
Many will find it unsurprising that a Leeds Uni student took the crown, considering Cosmopolitan magazine last year named Leeds University top of its list for uni totty.