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?
Okay, let’s skip on the comparison blogs for now and look at the Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019 winner Madison Anderson Berrios who may look familiar to some after she took 3rd Runner-Up honors during Miss Grand International 2016 where our Nicole Cordoves was 1st Runner-Up to the Indonesian titleholder Ariska Putri Pertiwi.
First, watch Madison during MGI2016
Here is her full performance during Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019
Now check out her crowning moment as Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019
Your thoughts about Madison, dear readers?
Here is another comparison for Miss Universe 2019 you may want to check out:
Julia Horta of Brazil vs Gazini Ganados of the Philippines
Here is a comparison video made by Missosology Colombia between their Gabriela Tafur and our Gazini Ganados.
Share your thoughts after.
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!
In a news article released by Inquirer.net, the six-month closure of Boracay for rehabilitation might prompt the government – through the Department of Tourism – to make a bid to host Miss Universe 2019 after its re-opening.
Read the quoted news release below and share your thoughts afterwards, dear readers.
The Department of Tourism (DOT) may bid for the country’s hosting of the 2019 edition of the Miss Universe pageant as a way to reintroduce Boracay to the world once the six-month rehabilitation of the world-famous island has been completed.
Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo said in a government podcast that during a recent Cabinet meeting, President Rodrigo Duterte himself raised the idea of having Boracay host next year’s Miss Universe to help the island recover from expected revenue losses.
Teo said the DOT would be “very proud and happy” to showcase the island once it had recovered from the environmental damage it had suffered through the years.