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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Above left, reacting to the announcement that she's won the Miss Delaware title is Miss Eastern Shore, Erin Williams from Lincoln. Reaching to embrace her is the runner-up, Miss Camden-Wyoming Linda Kurtz. Center, the spotlight was shined for the last time on Miss Delaware 2003 Shoha Parekh during a solo dance performance. Escorting Miss Inland Bay Shannon Davis on stage during the evening wear competition titled "Beauty and the Beast" is Cape Henlopen High School senior and Junior Reserve OllbtXrainlng Co!:ps member Louis Modesto. r        .... Pageant Continued from page 49 response from the crowd. Every young woman had a support sec- tion that screamed and waved signs when tlieir favorite came on stage. At times it was amazing that the competitors had the poise not to lose focus with all the noise. Several talents followed the Broadway theme. Miss Blue- Gold Stephanie Andrews sang Bizet's Carmen, Miss Dover Rebekah Rakes sang "Poor Wandering Ones" from Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Dance routines includ-, ed Miss New Castle County Stefanie Armel dancing a tap rou- tine to "Copacabana': and Miss Bear Michelle Filling dancing a. very creative ballet to Roberf Palmer's "Simply Irresistible." "It's getting very interesting," said Powell who vamped it up all night. "I love you Susan," screamed someone in the crowd. "You do?" Powell asked demurely, and a dramatic pause followed. "You do," she said in fetching voice while shimmying her hips. A solo sghf followed the talent competition to allow the young women time to change into their evening gowns. A surprise this years was, the performance by David Colbert. Introduced as "the little guy with the big voice," , Colbert won a Philadelphia City Paper's Critics Choice Award and starred in the title role of the underground hit "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." He sang a song from the Broadway hit "HAIR!," which he recently starred in at Media Theatre. The evening gown competition featured all the young ladies turn- ing and smiling in beautiful evening gowns; While several were classical, Miss Brandywine Katherine Wolf wore an outstand- ing bright Versace-esqe head-turn- er that drew a few "ooh's and ahhs." After the evening gown compe- tition, it came time to say farewell to Miss Delaware 2002, Shoha Parekh. Parekh is the first Indian Miss Delaware and she performed a stunning traditional Indian dance. While the song's lyrics wee donein the traditional Indian female voice, high and lilting, and could have been straight out of Bollywood, the roiling tribal drums and slamming breakbeats shook the room. She twisted'and turned in rhythm, performing the same routine ishe did at the 2002 Miss Americi Pageant. "I just love her," said Powell. "She makes people's dreams come true. Thats what makes this so special. It's the best thing left." 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