Miss Supranational 2016 First Hot Picks

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All eyes will definitely be on the 9th edition of the Miss Supranational pageant as it is set to stage another world class event of glamour, fashion and beauty.

Around 80 candidates from around the world are expected to compete on December 2 at the Spa Resort of Krynica- Zdrój in Poland. As we all anticipate the pageant, it’s high time to make our FIRST HOT PICKS.

Leading our list is the gorgeous María Isabel Piñeiro of Ecuador. This 19-year-old beauty from Guayaquil was a heavy favorite at Miss Ecuador 2016 but finished as a runner-up. Her sexy body and beautiful face for sure won’t be ignored!

In second place is Joanna Eden of the Philippines. This 20-year-old christened her pasarela as the “Couldn’t Care Less” walk. The reason: “Apparently I just look like I couldn’t care…it’s just like, do you even care?” While this girl needs improvement in this department, you just can’t deny her beauty.

Occupying the third spot is the hotness that is Venezuela’s Valeria Vespoli. This 21-year-old beauty took up communication and management at Saint LEO University in Florida. She represented Monagas in last year’s Miss Venezuela pageant.

Intan Alterino from Indonesia is in fourth place. This 23-year-old stunning beauty who represented Sumatera Barat in Puteri Indonesia 2016 and finished 2nd runner-up is someone to look forward to! She was born and raised in the Netherlands before her family decided to stay in Indonesia when she was 17. She speaks Dutch, English and German too!

Rounding up the Top 5 for now is Mexico’s Cynthia De La Vega. This Mexican beauty was supposed to compete at the Miss World 2011 pageant. However, she was dethroned for not fulfilling her duties as Nuestra Belleza Mexico Mundo. The chance to compete in Miss Supranational will be her chance to redeem herself.

Check out the complete list here:
miss-supra-1st-hp1 Ecuador – Maria Isabel Pinyero
2 Philippines – Joanna Eden
3 Venezuela – Valeria Vespoli
4 Indonesia – Intan Alterino
5 Mexico – Cynthia De La Vega Oates

6 Slovak Republic – Lenka Tekeljaková
7 Thailand – Chatchadaporn Kimakorn
8 Sweden – Moa Johandersson
9 Suriname – Jaleesa Pigot
10 Myanmar – Swe Zin Htet

11 Japan – Risa Nagashima
12 Czech Republic – Barbora Hamplová
13 Colombia – Lorena De Lima
14 USA – Alexis Sherrill
15 Puerto Rico – Velmary Cabassa

16 El Salvador – Sofía Triguero
17 Denmark – Malene Sørensen
18 Bolivia – Yesenia Barrientos
19 Spain – Estilbe Hernández Afonso
20 Canada – Hannah Begovic

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