21-year-old Brittne Fuimaono crowned Miss Heilala 2015

Brittne Fuimaono representing Leiola organisation has been crowned as Miss Heilala at this year’s final in Nuku’alofa last night.

The runners-up are as follow:

1. Miss Malo e lelei Travel, Lina Ku’uleialoha Po’oi.

2. Miss ‘Unuaki ‘o Tonga Royal Institute, Jessie Malupo, who also won the Miss Face of Tonga 2015 and best sash.

3. Miss Appraxus New Zealand 2015, Lavinia Finau.

4. Miss Kele’a Tonga, Manutufu’anga Cocker.

Prize awards:

Winner of Miss Heilala 2015 was awarded $5000, trophy and  return ticket to Tonga from Los Angeles.

1st Runner up – $3000 Return ticket Tonga Honolulu Tonga -Miss Malo-E-Lelei Travel.

2nd Runner up – $2000 – Miss ‘Unuaki ‘o Tonga Royal institute.

3rd Runner up -$1000 Miss Appraxus New Zealand

4th Runner up – $500 Miss Kele’a Tonga
Interview Competition

Winner – Miss Bou’s Fashion – $600
2nd – Miss Appraxus nz – $350

3rd – Miss Leiola – $200

 

Miss Tau’olunga Competition
Winner – Miss Leiola – $1000

2nd  – Miss Appraxus New Zealand – $700

3rd – Miss Tau’oluga – Miss Kele’a Tonga – $500

 

Best Costume – Miss Leiola -$500
Miss Best Talent
Winner – Miss Leiola – $500
2nd Miss Tonga Australia – $300

3rd Miss Malo e Lelei Travel
Best Sarong
winner – Miss ‘Unuaki-ʻO -Tonga – $300

2nd place – Miss Leiola – $200

3rd place – Miss Bou’s Fashion $100

 

Best Island Creation
Winner of the best is creation – Miss Leiola – $1000

2nd – Miss Bill Fish – $750

3rd – Miss Tonga Australia – $500

Special Awards:
Best Ball Sash – Miss Makamaile-ʻO e-Halatoaongo – $300
Miss Face of Tonga – Miss ‘Unuaki-ʻO-Tonga – Trophy and a certificate.

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