Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents

A total of 27 out of the 35 finalists of the Miss Vietnam 2020 pageant left a positive impression on both the judges and audience members during a talent segment held in Ho Chi Minh City on October 27.

Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
As many as 27 contestants put their talents on display at the event held on October 27.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Doan Hai My gets the talent competition underway with a piano and singing performance.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Hoang Bao Tram delivers a presentation on the subject of kindness.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Nguyen Khanh Ly captures the attention of the audience as she sings folk songs that originate from northern Vietnam.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Those in attendance watch Nguyen Thi Phuong as she puts on a traditional dance.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Hoang Tu Quynh gives a performance of the song “Dong xanh”, known as “Green Fields” in English.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Nguyen Thi Tran Chau puts on a modern dance display.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Pham Ngoc Phuong Anh impresses jury members with a French-Vietnamese presentation detailing the beauty of the Ao Dai, the nation’s traditional long dress.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Le Nguyen Bao Ngoc gives a presentation in English detailing Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho city.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Here are some photos snapped during the talent segment:
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
Huynh Nguyen Mai Phuong concludes the competition with a dance sport performance.
Miss Vietnam 2020 contestants show off talents
The grand final of the pageant is scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City on November 21.
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