It’s almost D-Day for the new Miss France 2023. Her coronation will take place this Saturday, December 17 in Châteauroux and will be broadcast live from 9:10 p.m. on TF1. Since the 30 regional contenders for the title have been revealed, the forecasts are going well to determine who will succeed Diane Leyre, ex-Miss Ile-de-France who has become Miss France 2022.

Between November 7 and 19, TV Magazine surveyed its Internet users to find out the trends and find out who was the favorite regional Miss of the French. More than 50,000 people therefore voted for their three favorite candidates among the 30 young women in competition. As a result, Miss Guadeloupe is the favorite of TV Magazine readers with 14,053 votes ahead of Miss Roussillon and Miss Lorraine. Here are the top 5 internet users:

Whether they stand out for their popularity on social networks or have come out on top in unofficial polls, a few Misses are leaving with a head start as the big election approaches. This result remains unofficial and can only give trends. Internet users, for example, responded differently to the survey carried out by Le Dauphiné Libéré. It was Agathe Cauet, Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais, who this time won the support of Internet users with 35% of the votes out of more than 2,000 responses. With more than 39,000 followers on Instagram, Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais is also very popular on social networks, where she is often compared to Iris Mittenaere, in particular because of her physical resemblance to Miss France and Miss Universe 2016. They are also both Miss Nord-Pas-de-Calais.

She had also touched the public because of her story. The young woman has indeed told TV Magazine that she suffered from a tumor at the age of 17 which caused her to lose an ovary and from which she still has a scar on her stomach. “At first, I had a hard time accepting it. But participating in Miss France helps me feel better”, explained the young woman to the magazine. Behind her in the poll of the favorite candidates of the Dauphiné Libéré, we find on the podium Sarah Aoutar, Miss Lorraine, with 28% of the votes. On the third step with 24% of the votes, we find Indira Ampiot, Miss Guadeloupe, who was in first place in the TV Magazine poll.

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Since the first edition of the Miss France ceremony organized in 1920, it seems that all regions are not so lucky from the point of view of the elections of candidates for the beauty pageant. Indeed, while 16 young women from Paris and Ile-de-France who have been elected Miss France (13 Miss Paris and 3 Miss Île-de-France) since Miss Paris became Miss Ile-de-France in 1932, several territories have never had the privilege of seeing their Miss win the coveted crown every year. Corsica has only seen its Miss France elected once and that was already 100 years ago. Discover below the 9 regions or territories which have never had the chance to see their regional Miss elected Miss France.