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Monday, November 10, 2014

Miss International 2014 Review: Mongolia - Peru

The 54th Miss International will be crowned on Tuesday, November 11 in Tokyo, Japan. 73 delegates are vying to become Miss International 2014. The winner will succeed Bea Santiago from the Philippines. For the last 2 weeks, the delegates took part in several activities organized by the Miss International Organization. This year there are several standouts but predicting who will win this pageant is almost impossible. Interestingly enough, the organizers decided that this year there will only be a top 10, not a top 15 like in previous years. The top 10 will be cut to 5 and one of them will be the new Miss International.

After keeping an eye on the girls for the past few weeks, here are my thoughts:

****** POSSIBLE WINNER
***** TOP 5 MATERIAL BUT WILL PROBABLY NOT WIN
**** VERY LIKELY TO PLACE IN THE TOP 10
*** POSSIBLE SURPRISE INCLUSION IN THE TOP 10
** UNLIKELY TO PLACE
* HIGHLY UNLIKELY TO PLACE
Mongolia: Bayartsetseg Altangerel **

Pretty, yes, but I don't think she made much of an impact. She's pretty much just middle of the pack for me.

Myanmar: May Bayani Thaw **

I've said it several times already and I'll say it again: the Asians are strong this year. May is cute but not one of the top bets from her continent. Massive fan voting might win her an award.

Nepal: Sonie Rajbhandari *

This year there are quite a few stunners. I feel Sonie is a bit out of her league at this pageant and I don't she will be one of the lucky ten.

Netherlands: Shauny Bult ******

Crown contender alert! Shauny was a hot favorite at Miss Earth two years ago and was shockingly left out of the top 16. She is one of the top favorites here and many fans already as a sure bet for top 3 at least. I am still wondering why she was left out in Manila. Could that ruin her chances here too? If she has shown the same girl that we see in photos to the Japanese judges and sponsors, we could be looking at the next Miss International.

New Zealand: Rachel Harradence *

Last  year was a great year for New Zealand at this pageant when they got a second runner-up crown. (Sadly though things turned sour between the delegate and the Miss NZ Org!) This year, I don't think New Zealand will get as lucky as they did last year. The competition is just too strong.

Nicaragua: Jeimmy Garcia *

I don't see her as having the softer features Japanese tend to adore. It would be an uphill battle for her to convince the judges to include her in the top 10.

Norway: Thea Cecilie Bull **

She's pretty but she was also a bit of a wallflower. A pretty wall flower. Unless she secretly wow-ed the judges, I don't think she will make it.

Panama: Aileen Bernal **

Aileen is also very striking. Her features might be a tad too angular for the Japanese judges but she could do well as a model.

Paraguay: Jessica Servin **

Another case of a pretty girl that could be described as a competent delegate... but it's just not enough.

Peru: Fiorella Peirano ****

I wasn't much of a fan at first but I must say that I'm starting to change my mind. She has spark and I can see she wants this. If she's on top form during the last few days, she could be claim her spot in the top 10.

1 comment:

  1. May be when Miss Netherlands was at Miss Earth she did ot interview well and that is why she was left out.

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