Couple #3, Jahkhoy Martin & J'dya Sprauve won this year's Prince and Princess title following a spirited competition among seven other couples on July 21, 2013.
Despite a fight among adults towards the end and numerous technical glitches, the participants kept their cool and organizers forged ahead with the pageant which lasted some six hours at the Sir Rupert Briercliffe Hall.
Jahkhoy and Sprauve won LIME's popularity contest and Best Cartoon Wear for their colourful depiction of Dora The Explorer, which also incorporated the audience as they journeyed to 'Candy Land'.
J'dya Sprauve and Jahkhoy Martin
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The duo also performed an interpretive dialogue which depicted the Virgin Islands' rise. The piece, which won Best Talent, ended with the duo on the Steel pan hammering out the Territorial song.
Couple #3, who attends the Althea Scatliffe Primary school, also won Best Evening Wear.
Couple #5, Aniyah Wilkinson and Alex Lawrence won first runner-up and picked up category prizes for Best Introduction Dance, Best Cultural Wear and Photogenic.
Second runner-up went to couple #2, Kenja Molyneaux and Shannel Matthew. They also won Best Introduction Speech.
Couple #1, Alonzo Potter and Corin Bateman won third runner-up.
The other contestants were:couple #4, Joshanti Caines and Mackimba Fahie; couple #6, Keyona Cameron and Kesson Orosco; couple #7, Malike Romney and Kyra Romney; and couple #8, Chantel Mowaghan and Nesta Gumbs.
In a recent interview, Hon. Alvera Maduro-Caines, Sixth District Representative and chair of the event said she has a vision for the show to be the platform for an international show.
"My vision for the show as it moves forward is that out of this show, an international show could be born."
Maduro-Caines said like previous years, the show continues to receive a number of applicants and some interested participants were turned away due to the high number.
This is Maduro-Caines' last year as chairperson and she has always spoke out about the importance of the show for the children who participate.
"What warms my heart is to see how this show transforms our young people. Shy individuals become very talkative and vibrant. You literally see the transformation in a few weeks of being around them. Most of them are very competitive and want to win. I try to tell them while it's good to win, they need to use this pageant as a learning experience, that if something is so important for them to have, they have to work for it."
She added, "I stress that while it's nice to compete, don't forget to have some fun along the way. I just want to thank the general public for their support during the past years and ask for their continued support towards our youth."