On Sunday 11 July 2021, Léa Sevenig and Jack Martins Braz were crowned Miss & Mister Luxembourg 2021 at a private ceremony at the Pinacothèque museum in Luxembourg-Gare.

Hervé Lancelin, who has served as President of the National Committee Miss & Mister Luxembourg since 2017, led the coronation ceremony, which was held in private in order to comply with the health measures in force.

The 2021 jury was made up of: Hervé Lancelin, President of the Miss & Mister Luxembourg Committee; Maria Pietrangeli, Editor-in-Chief of Femmes Magazine; Claudia Vitoria Müller, Miss Luxembourg 2012; Nicolas Tissot, Member of the Miss & Mister Luxembourg Committee. The jury received assistance from Emilie Boland (Miss Luxembourg 2020), Alessandra Crescenzo (first runner-up of Miss Luxembourg 2020) and Lynn Heiderscheid (second runner-up of Miss Luxembourg 2020).

After a preselection process (nearly 85 candidates applied in recent months to the national casting), each selected candidate had to go through several stages: a general knowledge test on Luxembourg and the world, an interview with the selection panel to consider the personality of the candidates as well as a photo shoot in the three usual outfits (street, beach and evening outfit). These steps allowed the jury to distinguish the candidates and announce the final results.

Former Miss Luxembourg (2012) Claudia Vitoria Müller announced the winners at the end of the coronation ceremony.


Léa Sevenig, a 21-year-old from Luxembourg, was elected Miss Luxembourg 2021. Léa is currently studying at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France, and completed her schooling at Lycée Vauban in Luxembourg. She enjoys acting and played the role of France Gall in the play "Gainsbourg - Gainsbarre" at the age of sixteen. In the future, she would like to start a marketing business specialising in catering. Léa speaks four languages fluently: Luxembourgish, German, French and English. She now has a year and a half to prepare to represent the Grand Duchy in the international Miss World election at the end of 2022. Her kindness and her desire to forge her own path in life helped her stand out from the crowd. Her natural elegance and her smile also won over the jury.

Jack Martins Braz, an 18-year-old from Luxembourg, was elected Mister Luxembourg 2021. Jack studies at the European School in the classical stream. He is a great sports competitor, having done seven years of figure skating under the influence of his Russian mother and ten years of karate; he now competes in boxing and enjoys cycling, including cross country mountain biking. In his spare time, he also plays guitar. Jack speaks five languages fluently: Luxembourgish, German, French, English and Russian. He is described as a positive, attentive and outgoing boy with a competitive spirit. He impressed the jury with his great maturity. Jack would like to get involved in humanitarian action against hunger and for the climate in the future. 


23-year-old Nathalie Mersch was elected first runner-up of Miss Luxembourg 2021. Nathalie is currently a second-year Bachelor student in environmental protection in Germany. She has always been passionate about riding and training horses. She speaks four languages: Luxembourgish, German, French and English. During her free time, Nathalie likes to draw and go dancing with her friends. She would like to raise awareness in society about the benefits of reducing unnecessary consumption.

Francis Hoven, a 22-year-old Luxembourger living in Soleuvre, was elected first runner-up of Mister Luxembourg 2021. Francis is a qualified educator and works in a "Maison Relais" (childminding service). He is also pursuing a distance education in psychology at the University of Hagen in Germany, where he is a first-year Bachelor student. He speaks four languages: Luxembourgish, German, French and English. In his spare time, Francis enjoys swimming, travelling, playing sports, shopping and being a photo model. He is committed to the fight against racism and discrimination and would like to get involved in equal human rights.