The results of the girls from Pistoia in the Miss Tuscany contest are very positive. Kelly Modaro, a twenty-year-old student from Montecatini Terme, is already in the national semi-finals of Miss Italy thanks to the title of Miss Elegance won in Chiesina Uzzanese. A feat that Kelly’s twin sister Melanie failed to accomplish. Maria Vittoria Frediani, 20, from Carratha, took the title of Miss Rocchetta from Giada Pieracchini, who won Miss Tuscany. Deborah Sarti from Casalgidi, who recently graduated from the Miss Cinema contest in Marina di Bibbona, also comes to the national semi-final.
Deborah then achieved another prestigious result in the Castelfiorentino final. She is the new Miss LaNazione.it, the girl our online readers voted for the most among the Miss Tuscany finalists. Deborah Sarti received 2553 votes in our web publication’s poll, ahead of Chiara Helg from Poggibonsi who got 1655 votes. In third place is Benedetta Alocci from Monte Argentario with 1580 preferences. The study was a great success. Benedetta Alocci herself is the recipient of the Gerry Stefanelli Prize, patron of Miss Tuscany of Montecatini, who died suddenly on 10 August. This prize was awarded by adding the votes of two online contests. At La Nazione, Benedetta Alochchi finished third.
Miss LaNazione.it winner Deborah Sarti, 26, lives in Casalgidi and works as a saleswoman in a clothing store in Pistoia. She is engaged to Jonathan. Her big dream is to act in films, and she entered the Miss Tuscany pageant to further believe in herself. “The fact that I qualified for the Miss Italia prefinal for a while is already a great result,” she explained, “and then there was a surprise in the form of this beautiful prize, which the readers of the online magazine La Nazione wanted, which made me very pleases. I did not expect this and did not apply many times. I shared the link in my profile and I am pleased to note that many have supported me. For this I also thank La Nazione and dedicate the award I won the memory of Gerry Stefanelli, who was the father of all us”. But what are Deborah’s goals now? “I went on this adventure with the right mindset. I have a job where I feel successful, but my dream is cinema. I am inspired by Laura Torrisi, who from Prato, through Miss Tuscany, became an actress. helped me to believe in myself more and overcome my shyness. For that reason, it will remain a wonderful memory no matter what the end result is.” The Miss Italy final is also Kelly Modaro’s dream. “The Tuscan group is very competitive. I study communication sciences, but my dream is to work in the world of entertainment and cinema. My role model is Monica Bellucci.”