Miss France 2021. Leila Veslard, Miss Aquitaine, eliminated: “My nerves have let go”

    Miss France 2021. Leila Veslard, Miss Aquitaine, eliminated: “My nerves have let go”

    “The disappointment is bound to be there, after such preparation. My nerves gave way.” Joined by “South West” this Sunday, December 20 in the morning, Leila Veslard, Miss Aquitaine and Miss Périgord, did not hide the intensity of the emotions which crossed her, the night before, when she learned of her elimination at the gates of the top 5 of the election of Miss France 2021.

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    Youngest of the competition, the young woman aged 18, wants to remember “the beautiful human adventure” that she lived. “There is a lot of stress, a very tight timing to respect [NDLR : avec les changements de tenue, notamment]. Back behind the scenes, after the announcement of the top 5, I was a little lost. But fortunately there were the other misses eliminated, we supported each other … while respecting the barrier gestures. “

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    The coronavirus upset the organization of the gala evening (without an audience) and Leila Veslard, like the 28 other candidates, has spent the last three weeks in an anti-Covid bubble, without her relatives. She enjoys having finally been able to see her parents, Nathalie and Eric: “We met at the hotel. Then I collapsed from fatigue… The night was short.”

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    As for the many comments, not always tender, on social networks, about her speech, Leila Veslard assures that she has not read them and does not intend to read them. “I would just say that those who criticized me just have to try to speak live, in front of 8 million viewers… It is very trying. I wanted to be sincere, to speak about a cause that I have. really lived, that’s why I spoke about bullying. ”

    And now ? Singer and dancer, this artist’s daughter – her mother is the accordionist Nathalie Legay, her father Eric is a pianist – has only one desire: to return to the stage. “It’s my life and my passion.”

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