Miss Universe Australia 2013 Olivia Wells
Miss Universe Australia 2013 Olivia Wells was presented to the Press prior to her scheduled departure for Moscow, Russia to compete in Miss Universe 2013.
I really love this girl. So sweet. So natural.
But do you think she needs to lose a little more weight? Or is she just rightly proportioned in your eyes?
Methinks it’s just the gown above. Because if you will look at her below, the girl is smoking hot!
Please do tell. 😉
Would you like to help Olivia decide on which NC to wear for MU2013? (Photo credit: Missosology)
Since we’re in the subject of National Costumes, can I interest you in helping out Miss Universe Australia 2013 Olivia Wells decide on which traditional garb to wear in Moscow?
You can opt to directly tweet her @muaoliviawells or her handlers @MissUniverseAUS or if you want, you can also head over to Missosology by clicking on this LINK to cast your choice. 😉
By the way, the designers of the above are: #1 Helani Uttara Sarath-Kumara, #2 Jason Dean Chetcuti, #3 Brandon Lawrence Beazley and #4 Joseph Allinson.
Personally, I prefer #1 – the red one. 🙂
Olivia will bring a different flavor of Aussie charm to Moscow come November.
I don’t know with you, guys, but I remain optimistic about the chances of Miss Universe Australia 2013 Olivia Wells to make the continent happy once again with an anticipated placement in Miss Universe 2013. I may not go as far as putting her one notch higher than 2012’s Renae Ayris yet, but she should be able to shine on her own merits and prove that she deserves to be the Aussie rep in Moscow.
While we all have gotten used to seeing blonde bombshells representing Australia in Miss Universe, a brunette is a welcome change. And Olivia Wells being one makes it all the more interesting. Aside from exuding a down-to-earth aura, the 19 year-old appears to have a lot more going for her than the quick (and exclamation-marked) skin-deep assessments she has been receiving of late.
Watch Olivia Wells as she guested on the morning show ‘Sunrise On 7″.
courtesy of SunriseOn7
A slightly different beauty cut (and hair color) from the recent past, but still an all-Aussie winner with a special mission in life.
Olivia Wells, 19 and representing Melbourne, was crowned Miss Universe Australia 2013. The student of Medicine defeated 29 other gorgeous national finalists from all over the continent, but none moreso glaring than a disappointed 1st Runner-Up (and strong favorite) Tegan Martin who also ended up in the same spot two years ago to Scherri-Lee Biggs.
The tall brunette from Black Rock will now represent her country in Moscow’s Miss Universe 2013. For now, she is setting aside her university studies, but will still return to her plans of becoming a full-pledged Pediatric Surgeon in the future to serve medical missions around the world as well as her motherland.
2nd Runner-Up honors went to Marsi Fernandez, with Kristy Coulcher and Mary Vitinaros (who placed 2nd to Renae Ayris in last year’s edition) coming in as 3rd and 4th Runners-Up respectively.
Good luck, Olivia! 🙂
Back in 2011, Tegan Martin was one of the top favorites to win Miss Universe Australia. During the finals, she made it all the way to the Top 5 only to be stopped short in her tracks by eventual winner Scherri-Lee Biggs. Nonetheless, she was named 1st Runner-Up, missing the crown by just one slot. After the second place finish, she decided to sign up for the Cosmopolitan Model competition, won the same and earned for herself a working trip to Paris for a few months. It is in the City of Lights where she polished herself even more en route to a possible comeback in Down Under’s national beauty pageant.
This year, Tegan is back. And with a vengeance, I must add. She is one of the many returnees who will surely fire up Miss Universe Australia 2013. The girl has grown by leaps and bounds. More than ever, she is ready to stake her claim to the title that slipped past her grasp two years ago.
Will this 5’9.5″ lovely from Sydney achieve her objective and realize a much-delayed dream of representing her country in Miss Universe? I don’t see any reason why not. After all, she has dutifully upped her potentials for the possible honor. Making that kangaroo hop to the crown will be a piece of cake. 😉
Miss Universe Australia 2012 Renae Ayris
The mission of Miss Universe Australia 2012 Renae Ayris hasn’t started yet, but the preliminaries for her successor are already being prepped up. Blame it on the much-delayed staging of Miss Universe 2012. At any rate, the lady who will eventually follow Renae should have a relatively shorter wait since Miss Universe 2013 is rumored to be held by May, 2013.