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Jamaica

Sharnette Watson

 

Language: English

Representing: Kingston, Jamaica

Biography

The newly crowned Miss Caribbean Canada Queen Miss Sharnette Watson is also Ambassador for Sickle Cell Association being partnership with the pageant. She was sponsored by one of the local businesses within the community. Sharnette Watson was born on May 11th, 1985 in Kingston Jamaica. At the tender age of 8 years she began to dance and as she got older her passion for rapping developed in her late teens. She has spent time perfecting her craft performing and dancing by making appearances at many shows such as Jane and Finch Rap Off, 106 and York and various videos. She is well known within her community for her rapping, dancing and passion for young people.

Sharnette works with Youth and Young Women in an at-risk area in the Falstaff Community Centre. The love that she has for the youth she encounters with on a daily basis inspired and encouraged her to join the Miss Caribbean Canada Pageant.

Sharnette is an award winning dance choreographer reigning from 2009 – 2013 entering her dance group in STOMP an Urban Dance Competition ran by the City of Toronto every year. She was also the winner for the Best Talent Category for the Miss Caribbean Canada Pageant. Known for her choreography skills and outgoing personality Sharnette will be one of the hosts for the 14th annual STOMP Urban Dance Competition. Her hobbies include Cooking, Baking and Teaching Dance.

Since winning the Pageant in 2013 Sharnette has had the opportunity to make appearances at Sick Kids Christmas Event brining a message of believing in yourself and all the things you can achieve, Black History Month Event, Sequence Fashion Show where she made an appearance and did a performance, Jamaican Canadian Association and Sickle Walk-a-thon she coordinated a team and fundraised for the walk-a-thon, with all her community work, appearances and encouraging speeches she continues to inspire the youth in her community to never give up and always believe in themselves and what they can achieve. She continues to entertain when the opportunity presents itself.

Her aspirations include being an Entertainer, Business Owner and Dance Choreographer and her dreams are on the verge of coming through with the recent launch of her Dance Company J.O.Y through dance. Her upcoming events and appearances includes; TV interview, World Sickle Cell Day Conference, Sickle Cell Brunch and many more.