Sylvie Tellier leaves the Miss France competition

Sylvie Tellier leaves the Miss France competition

Sylvie Tellier leaves the Miss France committee, after fifteen years at the head of the beauty contest.

It’s official. At the head of the management committee of the Miss France competition since 2007, Sylvie Tellier is passing the torch. She will be replaced by the Norman Cindy Fabre, Miss France 2005, according to a press release published this Wednesday, August 31.

The 36-year-old young woman will assume her new position as general manager under the aegis of Alexia Laroche-Joubert, appointed president of the company in the fall of 2021. The latter will remain “solely in charge of the management of the company Miss France”, specifies the Miss France committee.

“give a new direction to my career”

The one who succeeded Geneviève de Fontenay will however keep an honorary title, that of Honorary President of the Miss France society, reports the Parisian. In addition, she will retain “an advisory role” until December, and will animate the ceremony one last time, at the end of December, alongside Jean-Pierre Foucault.

“It’s a major life change for me after seventeen years of involvement in the competition. But it’s not my company, and I wanted to give a new direction to my career,” Sylvie Tellier told TV Magazine.

Iris Mittenaere and Diego El Glaoui in Cannes in 2022.

The Miss France 2002 must “devote herself to entrepreneurial projects”, underlines the press release, and “will also continue her career in the media sector”.

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