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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Miss International 2012 Review: Germany - India

The 52nd Miss International Pageant is currently being celebrated in Okinawa, Japan. 68 young ladies are competing for the crown this year. When it was announced that Okinawa would play host to Miss International 2012, I was very skeptical but the island has definitely put its best foot forward. The delegates have been attending a number of events and there has even been a parade or two. The thing about Miss International finals in Japan is that they are just usually so boring and the quality of the production is usually very low. I am not expecting too much but I'm hoping to be surprised. In terms o quality of the delegates, this is not of the strongest years in the history of Miss International. But there are enough stunners to make for a decent competition. I will now briefly state my opinions about each of the contestants. As always, I try to be nice and focus on the positive as best as I can.

This is how I will rate each girl:

****** POSSIBLE WINNER
***** TOP 5 MATERIAL BUT WILL PROBABLY NOT WIN
**** VERY LIKELY TO PLACE IN THE TOP 15
*** POSSIBLE SURPRISE INCLUSION IN THE TOP 15
** UNLIKELY TO PLACE
* HIGHLY UNLIKELY TO PLACE

GERMANY: ALINE MARIE ***

I'm really starting to warm up to this girl. At first, I thought she was just OK... but she has something special about her. She is miles ahead of last year's girl and I'm even starting to think she could be a surprise inclusion in the top 15.

GIBRALTAR: KERRIANNE MASSETTI **
 
This is the first time Gibraltar is competing and they started off well. Gibraltar sadly has almost zero sash factor. Kerrianne should be proud of the fact that she represented her country really well and that she will go down in the record books as her country's first delegate at this pageant.

GUADELOUPE: AUDE BELENUS *

Aude is super tall so she literally stood head and shoulders above the rest. Other than that, she has not made much of an impact.

GUAM: CHANEL CRUZ ****

I adore this girl. She has such an exotic and alluring beaut and she has an amazing body. I want to see her at Miss Universe or Miss World (just like last year's girl). It would be great to see this country that rarely does well at pageants, become one of the top 15. Fingers crossed for this stunning lady. (Chanel please wear your hair down!!!)

GUATEMALA: CHRISTA IRENE GARCIA **

The girls from Central America are all OK in their own way but not one of them is great enough to be called a front-runner. I think the problems is they might cancel each other out. If any of them does make it, I would expect it to be Christa.

HAITI: ANEDIE AZAEL *****

I loved her at Miss Universe and I still love her now. I think she's very special and she has come to this pageant super prepared. She just shines and I hope she will not be overlooked. I would go as far as saying that I would love to see her in the top 5 but that might be pushing it.

HONDURAS: NICOLE VELASQUEZ *

Nicole did not really stand out for me. To be honest, I could not really remember seeing her in any photos. So I guess she just didn't catch my attention.

HONG KONG: TRACY CHU **

I had high hopes for Tracy because I loved her in the Miss Hong Kong pageant but I don't think she came as prepared as she should have been. At times her makeup was way too light and her styling was off. She is a pretty girl but I don't think she was ready for an international competition.

HUNGARY: CLAUDIA KOZMA ***

I really find this girl gorgeous. She has such a gorgeous face and amazingly beautiful eyes. The problem is just that she appears to be too demure at times. This might cost her a spot in the top 15 but I won't surprised to hear her name being called.

INDIA: ROCHELLE MARIA RAO ****

India always competes strongly and this year is no exception. Rochelle is beautiful, sexy, has a great body, and she should easily make it to the top 15. I am not sure if she'll go further than that. But she's definitely strong enough to make the cut.

Photos: Miss International Beauty Pageant
http://www.miss-international.org/en/

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