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Miss World 2016: 3rd Hotpicks for the crown

Miss World 2016 is hardly 5 days away from now and people are busy making their predictions for the crown. This edition seems to be one of the slowest editions as the contest is nearing its end yet we don’t have fast track finalists of Beauty With a Purpose and Top Model. Besides there is hardly any clarity of what is going to be next? This makes the work of predictionists a bit harder as we don’t get the idea of who is favourite for the crown for the organisation. Never mind, our team analysed the activities till now and arrived at the list of Top 15 who we think are potential crown contenders for the title of Miss World 2016. Let’s have a look at them.

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Miss World 2016 Hotpicks

Miss World 2016: 3rd Hotpicks for the crown

Winner: Bayartsetseg Altangerel,Mongolia

She is our top choice because her beauty is captivating and unique, she brings to the table not just beauty but charisma talent and fitness.

1st Runner-up: Catriona Gray, Philippines
Philippines’s presence cant be ignored at any pageant and Catriona brings it with her charm and poise. She has set her foot firm to follow the path that Megan paved.

2nd Runner-up: Tímea Gelencsér, Hungary

Hungary is a breath of fresh air, she is fun to watch and definitely a beauty that cant be ignored. She is the top European bet for the crown. She reminds us so much of Edina Kulcsar.

3rd Runner-up: Audra Mari, America

The hometown advantage has played well in her favor. Although she may not have shined like she should have, we think she cant be ignored and will definitely place high.

4th Runner-up: Ana Girault, Mexico

Mexico is bringing it and has she brought it good? Yes She has. When she speaks, she owns the room. Her presence is unmatched. She is fiery and full of spice, now there is definitely more than just beauty here, she is bringing full personality to get the crown.

Also Read: 7 Goddesses of Beauty at Miss World 2016

6th Position: Ntandoyenkosi Kunene, South Africa

African top delegate is hard to predict this year as there is no clear stand out, however we think South Africa is a cut above the rest and will take home the continental title for her country.

 7th Position: Yana Dobrovolskaya, Russia
One of the most beautiful delegate this year takes our 7th spot and she is Russia’s Yana Dobrovolskaya . She is pure bliss and hard to forget. Russia did well last year and we think this years delegate is a cut above last years delegate. could she take it all?

8th Position: Yaritza Reyes, Dominican Republic

Pageant veteran Yaritza is bringing her past pageant experiences to prove that she is the best Caribbean delegate.

9th Position: Diana Croce, Venezuela

Venezuela who reminds us of Jacueline Aguilera, her country’s Miss World in 1995. Her serene beauty is deadly and she is looking to break Venezuela’s shocking 4 year non-placement record

10th Position: Pooja Priyanka, Fiji
She is definitely the best Fijian to represent at Miss World. She is a natural beauty and a breath of fresh air. She is taking it all for the Oceania zone.

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 11th Position: Stephanie Valle, Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is definitely making waves this year. She is doing well so far and expected to continue the streak till finale conclusion.

12th Position: Priyadarshini Chatterjee, India

Priyadarshini is expected to nail the interview round, with her eloquence and great speaking skills. She is one of the top Asian delegates.

13th Position: Oleksandra Kucherenko, Ukraine

Ukraine is another stunner who is ruling the roost. Watch out for this girl as she could be the major spoiler having placed high in both talent and sports, this girl is for a definite lookout

 14th Position: Antonia Figueroa, Chile

She is a surprise from the America’s group. With her captivating talent and strong BWAP project, she can place high in the finale.

15th Position: Jolly Mutesi, Rwanda

Rounding up the top 15 is this years debutant Jolly Mutesi of Rwanda, her project was shortlisted for special viewing and as this years African delegates are unpredictable, Rwanda comes as a safe bet for the top 15.

Author: Adney Goncalves




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