Lulyana Thalía Olvino Torres of Delta Amacuro was crowned Miss Venezuela 2019 just hours back. She will compete in Miss Universe 2019.
Lulyana is 20 years old and stands 5’10”. She is a student of Management at the Universidad Tecnológica del Centro. She speaks English.
The other winning ladies are Melissa Jimenez of Zulia for Miss International, with the runners-up coming from Apure, Monagas and Distrito Capital in that order.
I share with you now the 24 Official Candidates of Miss Venezuela 2019 WHO will vie for the crown this coming August 1 at Estudio 5 de Venevisión in Caracas.
The top two titleholders will represent the South American country in Miss Universe 2019 and Miss International 2019.
Who do you like among them so far?
Tomorrow, June 13, Bb. Pilipinas International 2019 Bea Patricia “Patch” Magtanong will be taking her oath as Lawyer at the Supreme Court. This will complete her 1-2 punch of significant achievements all throughout the national competition when she first passed the Bar Examinations last May 3 and then became the successor of Miss International 2018 1st Runner-Up Ahtisa Manalo last Sunday.
Patch has come a long way from the very first time that she was scouted for pageantry. She already laid her plans then – finish law school first, review and then take the bar exams before plunging into full-time training for Bb. Pilipinas. It wasn’t an easy transformation for someone like her who is more at ease with the predominantly intellectual demands of becoming a Lawyer than the required overhaul of her dressing style, learning how to do her own makeup, adjusting the way she would speak in public and walking on heels like a future Beauty Queen.
But she hurdled all of that. And now, Patch is ready to commit the next 18 months of her life as Bb. Pilipinas International 2019 who is gearing up for the mission of winning the country’s 7th Miss International crown.
Patch is ready to start with the new chapter. Once the oath-taking is over and done with, she will buckle up for intensive training as a national titleholder. And gradually learn Nihongo (日本語) in time for the 59th Miss International in Tokyo, Japan this coming November 12.
Starting today, the new Queens deserve our all-out love and support. More than representing their respective provinces in the country, they are now wearing the Philippine sashes and will move forward to the international stages of competition starting 3rd Quarter of the year.
Gazini Ganados in Miss Universe 2019
Patch Magtanong in Miss International 2019
Resham Ramirez Saeed in Miss Supranational 2019
Emma Tiglao in the 48th Miss Intercontinental
Samantha Lo in Miss Grand International 2019
Leren Mae M. Bautista in The Miss Globe 2019
Mabuhay ang Pilipina!