A lot of things has already been said in the past few weeks about the contestants and why they are in the Hot Picks of Missosology. In this final episode, it seems rather futile to repeat on what had been said.
It’s been oft-repeated: no one is the clear leader, however, Miss Poland Marta Palucka caught the fancy of many missosologists. Marta is the most likely winner of the blue crown thanks to her beauty that fits the taste of Miss World. But if only we can crown two Miss Worlds, then Miss Australia Tess Alexander may share the jeweled crowns as well. Alas, this is not possible so Tess has to settle for a very close second place.
On the third spot is Miss Philippines Hillarie Parungao who, as it seems, take lessons from the pages of Megan Young’s book. Yep, this girl is very Megan-esque in beauty and in demeanor. Following her is Miss Lebanon Valerie Abou Chacra whose beauty has been the talk of the town for a while and while she is not that shining well as expected, she will do well in the finals. Rounding up the Top 5 is Miss France Hinarere Taputu. She is one of the consistent and very visible contestants in the pageant.
In the Top 6-10 are Miss Brazil Catharina Choi (perfect blend of east and west), Miss Venezuela Anyela Galante (perfect beauty even in light make-up), Miss Russia Sofia Nikitchuk (sophisticated and elegant), Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie (performed well beyond the expectations of the critics) and Miss China PR (as host delegate, she did pretty well in various challenges).
Tomorrow is the big day of course. So, how about you? Who are your Top 10? Your Top 15? Share it on the comments box below!