The historical 60th edition of Miss International may have been postponed to next year, but the excitement has been building up since the crowning of some delegates that even dated way back to when Covid-19 was still unknown.
The earliest to be crowned was Mexico’s Yuridia Duran, and it’s not a surprise that she is currently leading the pack.
Isbel Parra of Venezuela is definitely a force to reckon with considering the fact that the Miss Venezuela Organization is back to its original style of crowning the MI delegate a year before she competes in the international pageant.
In 3rd place is pageant veteran Tamara Jemuovic of Canada who reminds us of Miss International 2013 2nd Runner-up Casey Radley, which makes us conclude that her brand of beauty will be a hit among the regular Japanese judges in the MI system.
Indonesia’s Ayu Saraswati, the current leader in terms of Instagram followers, has this calming elegance and beauty – not to mention the brains – that can bring back the crown back to the world’s largest archipelago.
Completing the Top 5 is Kenya’s Cindy Isendi who is a CPA by profession and a winner of a prestigious regional pageant for African women.
Check out the complete list below:
- MEXICO (Yuridia Duran)
- VENEZUELA (Isbel Parra)
- CANADA (Tamara Jemuovic)
- INDONESIA (Ayu Saraswati)
- KENYA (Cindy Isendi)
- BOLIVIA (Carolina Fernandez)
- USA (Maritsa Platis)
- ROMANIA (Bianca Paduraru)
- COSTA RICA (Mahyla Roth)
- NIGERIA (Precious Obisoso)
- JAPAN (Chiho Terauchi)
- MACAU (Dinelle Wong)
- FINLAND (Anna Merimaa)
- NEW ZEALAND (Sydney Batters)
- SLOVAKIA (Viktoria Podmanicka)
It may be too early to call for a potential winner, but Missosology has the history of usually picking up the winner in the first few hot picks at Miss International. Will the winner be from this group? We will find out as weeks turn to months! Missosology.Org