MISS ENGLAND FINALIST NIKKI SAHOTA MAKES HISTORY
She’s already the “Queen of The Black Country”, now 23-year-old Psychology student has become a positive inspiring role model to many after bouncing back from illness and becomes an International Ambassador for USN alongside starring in Fast and Furious 6, on her journey to become the first Asian Miss England.
Nikki, who represented her county at a prestigious beauty pageant in April 2012, won the title of Miss Black Country despite coming out of hospital on the day. This secured her a place at the Miss England 2012 Grand Finals leading to Miss World. Unfortunately due to a decline in health Nikki was unable to take part and pulled out just days before the finals. Despite this, her determination and drive to succeed lead her to quickly recover and she was caste as an extra for Fast and Furious 6 where she filmed alongside Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez.
Following this she set out to raise awareness for a number of charities, one including Womens Aid to help stamp out stigma associated with Domestic Abuse and to help maintain funding for refuge services. She then became an ambassador for The Haven in her hometown to help raise awareness for the taboo subject. Grace Lee, Public Relations Officer for The Haven Wolverhampton said, “We are delighted to have Nikki working with us. Nikki is a truly inspiring person and we cannot thank her enough for wanting to help raise awareness of the needs of women and children affected by domestic violence in Wolverhampton”