Siblings crowned as Miss FM and Miss FM Teen

Ntlotliseng Ramotsoane and her sister, Sebabatso, who were recently crowned as Miss FM and Miss FM Teen PHOTO: Supplied.

Ntlotliseng Ramotsoane and her sister Sebabatso were recently crowned as Miss FM and Miss FM Teen. This is the first time siblings have walked away with both crowns.

Ntlotliseng, Miss FM 2022, says after all the interviews and the type of questions she had to answer for the pageant and ultimately winning the crown, she realised how this would be a platform on which she would be able to express herself freely and speak openly about issues affecting the youth.

As Miss FM 2022, Ntlotliseng hopes to market the pageant. “The moment we step into Bloem the first pageants we think about is Miss Free State and Miss Mangaung Metro. Miss FM is not well known and I think it has so much potential and I believe I can use my platform to market it.”

Ntlotliseng also has hopes of one day opening her own modelling agency and starting her own pageant.

Sebabatso says winning the crown means she gets to grow and learn more about pageantry and how to conduct herself in future pageants. As Miss FM Teen 2022, she wants to host a soup kitchen for those in need, and at some point during her reign she also wants to host a fundraising event for school shoes for needy children.

According to Jo-anne Reed, CEO and founder of FM Modelling Agency, the event was a huge success. “I am very excited to work with the girls and some of them have already put forward some plans that they would like to implement. So, the community can look forward to positive change and involvement of each of the girls because the ultimate aim is to inspire and change lives with every project that is going to be launched.”

Justine Fortuin