Castries, Saint Lucia: The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia – Ernest Hilaire, extended his best wishes to the representative of Saint Lucia at the 72nd Miss Universe, Earlyca Fredrick.
He supported her and shared a post related to the same on his social media platform.
Sharing the post, he wrote, “Tonight is the night! 9 pm. Saint Lucian rally!
Best wishes to Earlyca Fredrick as she takes on the universe in the 72nd MISS UNIVERSE PAGEANT!
Best Wishes, and rest assured, we are fully supporting you!
As soon as the Deputy PM shared his greetings, users commented on the post and supported the Miss Universe contestant.
A user, Clauzella Marius Charles, commented, “You go, girl, show the world that’s your flag.”
Another user, Etella Williams, wrote, “All the best.”
One follower, Shawn Alfed, asked for the platform to watch the show, “Where can I find it live?”
To this, a user, Helen Clauzel, replied, “I saw 255 Rush Prime on cable advertised it.”
Earlyca Makeba Frederick is a teacher, beauty queen and advocate for strong values. She boldly expresses herself as a proud ambassador of her country.
Earlyca was born and brought up in Morne Sion, Choiseul, Saint Lucia. Her Miss Universe journey is an inspirational story of resilience and determination.
The contestant suffered from deformities like scoliosis yet has achieved victory in various beauty pageants, showcasing not only the beauty of her physical appearance but also her inner strength.
Frederick has an impressive record of achievements in the world of beauty pageants. She has titles like Miss VFCSS 2016 and National Carnival Queen 2018 to her name.
Despite being a beauty representative of Saint Lucia, Earlyca Frederick promoted the island’s cultural heritage as a member of the board of directors of the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) of Saint Lucia.
She was at number four (4) on the People’s Choice prediction list before the final results of Miss Universe 2023 came out.
The 72nd Miss Universe Pageant was held at the Gimnasio Nacional Jose Adolfo Pineda in San Salvador, El Salvador.
The grand event was held on 18 November 2023 at 8:00 pm and broadcast online on Miss Universe’s YouTube Channel and its X account (previously known as Twitter).
Miss Nicaragua Sheynnis Palacios was crowned as Miss Universe by the Miss Universe 2022 R’Bonney Gabriel.
Miss Thailand Anntonia Porsild was crowned the first runner-up, and Miss Australia Moraya Wilson was crowned the second runner-up at the contest.