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Miss Mos Espa pageant crowns Ava Haj’ra

October 24, 2011

Galactic News attended to the Miss Mos Espa pageant in Tatooine.

The Last Shot Cantina was filled in Mos Espa, Tatooine for the Miss Mos Espa contest, which the winner will represent the spaceport city for the Miss Galaxy pageant. The event was anchored by Damian Rigaud and sponsored by the Hutt council and the guest had instruction to leave their weapons at home to prevent troubles. Julgaa the Hutt was one of the judge, along with the Imperious leader Sihivus Verne and Al’verd of the mandalorian clan Beskar Buy’ce.

The five contestants had three trial to pass, first a swim suit modeling, then they had to perform a dance and last, they had to show in evening wear and answer questions from the judges.

Baby Girl answering the questions

The first presented contestant was the Human Baby Girl, pilot of the Jiramma Hutt clan of Nar Shaddaa. She’s also an accomplished pod racer and has ranked high several times in the Mos Espa races. She performed a dance of her own composition called “Snow Flake And Water Lily” with a short poem going along. She was however still dressed too much for some of the judges. During her interview she confided her inspiration for dancing and dressing came from he Galaxy around her and her love from the art. She claimed to be a responsible ship captain which never jettisoned her cargo and would never give names but take the fall, if any, for herself.

Grk'kkrs'ar in bath suit

The next one was the Jawa Grk’kkrs’ar, shaman of the tribe Nkik. During the parade, she kept her traditional Jawa hooded robes, adorning them with appropriate accessories for the show. For instance, she performed a dance with pink feather fan. Her robe apparently counted against her for the Judges, according to their reaction during she show. Sadly, her answers to the questions were not translated which did not help to report them. A question was about jawa punting and a judge wanted to show what was under her hood, and she granted a peep.

Gabriel, dancing

The third candidate was presented from the male gender and apparently from the Human species. Gabriel was presented as a desert musician of Tatooine. If his attendance amused some, it shocked others people in the cantina which expected to see only females candidating. Actually Gabriel just took part to the two first show, the bath suit parade and the dance, which performed one after having absorbed spice. This may explain his early withdrawal.

Ava in evening wear

The following one was Ava Haj’ra, an hybrid. She is the daughter of the Arch Lord Exitium from the Disciples of Ragnos and is disciple herself. Exitium himself present in the cantina was her most ardent supporter. She performed a long dance around one of the metal pole of the cantina podium. She explained in the interview she lived with her girlfriend and she was rather submissive. She also said she was eager to have more Jedi to kill as pass-time.

Honesty in formal wear

The final contestant was the pale grey skinned Twi’lek Honesty Starsider, which the anchor said she liked to read and write poetry. After her suggestive dance, she answered the question, telling she would use her title to gain more power. On the Twi’lek slavery she believe the Ryloth government should tax the slavers for a greater profit.Once all the candidates answered the questions, the anchor announced the winner. The new Miss Mos Espa is Ava Haj’ra, the first runner Honesty and the second runner Baby Girl. Baby Girl congratulated the winners and Ava said all the contestant were wonderful. They thanked the judges which show a great satisfaction for the event.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Hikari~Kristan
    October 24, 2011 at 3:50 PM

    (( Can’t stop laughing at Ava’s Interview ~<3 whole thing was good fun))

  2. Xan Qenadius
    October 24, 2011 at 11:00 PM

    ((congrats once again to Ava and all that participated. But seeing Reed in a bikini was a very frightening experience.))

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      October 25, 2011 at 7:24 AM

      (Hush you we will never speak of that again.)

      • Arasha Kata
        October 25, 2011 at 9:54 AM

        ((but it’s forever burned into my retinas >.<))

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