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Rosanna Davison
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Rosanna Davison in 2017
Ennym ruggyree Rosanna Diane Davison
Ruggit 17 Averil 1984
(38 bleeaney d'eash)
Divlyn, Nerin
Seyraanaght Pobblaght Nerin
Çhengey Baarle
Keird craishteyder · co-streeuder tostyl aalid · immeeaghtagh
Failleyderyn Angels for the Innocent Foundation (en) Translate
Ynsagh Colleish-Ollooscoill, Divlyn
Daah sooillyn dhone
Daah fuilt folt fynn
Yrjid 1.78 m (5' 10")
Trimmid 57 kg (126 lb)
Towshan 32C-26-35
Ayr Chris de Burgh
Kianglaghyn fysseree as sheshoil
IMDb nm1505345
Instagram rosanna_davison

She aghteyr, arraneyder, craishteyder as ben-rein aalid Yernagh ee Rosanna Davison (ruggit er 17 Averil 1984). V'ee crooinit myr Miss World 2003. She 'neen y chiaulleyder Chris de Burgh t'ee, as va'n arrane echey - "For Rosanna" - screeuit liorish e ayr j'ee son e albym Into the Light (1986).

Bea aeg[reagh | edit source]

Va Davison ruggit ayns Coontae Ghivlyn, Nerin, as ren ee frastyl y vunscoill ayns Scoill Aravon, Coontae Cheeill Mantan. Lurg shen, hie ee dys Scoill Ráth an Dúin ayns Gleann na gCaorach, Coontae Ghivlyn. She meoir brastyl v'ee roish my ren ee goaill jerrey lesh yn Ard-Teisht Yernagh ayns 2002.

Miss World[reagh | edit source]

Ayns Luanistyn 2003, hie ee stiagh ayns kione-chloiaghyn Miss Ireland ayns Divlyn. Ren ee cosney yn co-hirrey as hie ee stiagh ayns Miss World as ee co-streeu er son Nerin. Haghyr yn co-hirrey Miss World ayns Mee ny Nollick 2003 ayns Sanya, y Çheen marish 106 co-streeuder elley. Ren Davison cosney yn chrooin. She ish y chied Yernagh ren cosney yn enmys voish tosheeaght yn enmys ayns 1951. Car e lhing, ren Davison keayrtyn er y Reeriaght Unnaneysit, ny Steatyn Unnaneysit, y Chanadey, y Çheen, as Sri Lanka.[1]

Scannaneaght[reagh | edit source]

  • Harry Hill: An Audience with Harry Hill (2004)
  • Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 (2005)
  • Miss Great Britain Final 2010 (2011)
  • Ringsend (2017)
  • The Wake (2017)

Imraaghyn[reagh | edit source]

  1. "Today's Fashion...", The Island (1 Averil 2004). 

Kianglaghyn magh[reagh | edit source]