Miss Earth 2015 Final Hot Picks
In a few hours, the Miss Earth winner will be crowned and given how unpredictable the pageant can be, it is extremely difficult to come up with this list. However, the time is high for the pageant to honor the delegates who excelled in various pre-finals activities. Miss Earth is under fire from some critics because it is pretty obvious that those medals that were dispensed prior the finals mean so little in the ultimate outcome.
This year though, it is without doubt that Miss Panama Carmen Jaramillo can deliver where others have failed. There is so much faith and trust that she will shine in the finals night the way she shined at the prelims. If Miss Earth wants a less controversial outcome, it should crown Carmen as she is the clear front-runner from the beginning.
Miss Mongolia Bayartsetseg Altangerel comes on the second spot. This Mongolian beauty from the windswept steppes of Northern Asia took the world by a storm after she posted her fabulous eco-video. Since then, she took the lead in many events and wowed the fans not only in her home country but also across the world. Last year, Mongolia was one of the Top 8. This year, anything less than Top 4 would be disappointing.
On the third place is Miss Colombia Estefania Muñoz whose refined and elegant beauty is truly mesmerizing. Her body figure is phenomenal and it is of little wonder why she won the best in swimsuit award.
Number 4 on the list is Miss Australia Dayanna Grageda. She is one heck of an underrated beauty but she has an undeniable appeal and a golden heart. She will deliver her best punch during the finals night as she is a well trained and well dressed contestant.
Miss Chile Natividad Leiva could actually be on the top of everybody’s list but on this final hot picks, she occupied the fifth spot. Don’t get surprised though if she wins tonight as her beauty is really suited for Miss Earth. She has been a front-runner from the start and although her star is being eclipsed by other rising contestants, she could make a comeback at a short notice!
Miss Guatemala Sara Guerrero comes as a surprise. She was largely ignored from the start but as she began earning medals, pageant observers saw the potential in her. She’s savvy and knows how to stand-out in the midst of stronger delegates.
Number 7 is Miss Mexico Gladys Flores, a representative whose sash carries a lot of momentum. Since 2011, Mexico has been in the semis of Miss Earth and Gladys is bound to continue the unbroken streak. The towering beauty with fierce Latina features will surely make Mexico happy tonight!
Representing the nation which has won the crown last year is Angelia Ong. With the Philippines sash comes along on what it seems an automatic placement at the semis. But she should be careful as the last time the pageant was held outside of the Philippines, the country was a clapper. But Angelia is a strong delegate by her own merits so expect her to perform well.
Completing the Top 16 are:
9.) Miss Denmark Turið Elinborgardóttir
10.) Miss Kosovo Kaltrina Neziri
11.) Miss Austria Sophie Totzauer
12.) Miss Congo DR Cristelle Lohembe
13.) Miss Myanmar Eaint Myat Chal
14.) Miss Scotland Amy Meisak
15.) Miss Venezuela Andrea Rosales
16.) Miss Ukraine Viktoria Orel
Bubbling up: Sri Lanka, South Africa, Ecuador, Brazil