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Exceptional Guests at Miss Progress International 2015

On the stage of the World Cup final on 16 May, the Ambassadors of Progress will be presented by Justine Mattera and Angelo Mellone. The return of the Wake Up Gospel Project.

Carosino - The Associazione Culturale In Progress announced the gueast cast of the show that will conclude the third edition of Miss Progress International and will decide the name of those who happen to Bolivian Arantza Barba, winner in 2014.
As tradition has it, the final night of the event, which will take place in Puglia from 8 to 17 May this year, will be presented in English and in Italian, because also this year viewers from all over the world can follow the live web thanks to JoTv, media partner.
Justine Mattera, showgirl, actress and TV/radio presenter and Angelo Mellone, manager at Rai, journalist, writer and author.

Justine Mattera 



A major leap forward for the format devised by Giusy Nobile and Giuseppe Borrillo, who wanted to entrust the delicate role as hosts of the Ambassadors of Progress to two stars of the jet set.

Angelo Mellone


The soundtrack will be entrusted to another great artistic reality of Puglia (Mellone, Roman by adoption, was born in Taranto): the Wake Up the Gospel Project, who delighted the audience also in the first edition with their magnificent performances.

The entire team of the last edition has been confirmed: the choreographer Lino Perrone, Massimo Cerbera as the video producer, the irreplaceable Alessio Di Fonzo and, of course, the beautiful Messapia Hotel which will host the contestants, their carers, journalists and the final grand gala show.
Soon the Cultural Association In Progress will announce the official program of the entire event.
Updates will also be given on the blog directly linked to the website www.missprogressinternational.com and the official facebook page -- Miss Progress International.


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