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Miss Spain leads Missosology’s second hot picks for 70th Miss Universe; PH lands in 10th place

By PhilSTAR L!fe Published Dec 10, 2021 10:05 pm

A new frontrunner emerges just before the preliminary competition of the 70th Miss Universe.

Pageant website Missosology released their second hot pick on Thursday, Dec. 10, and someone usurped Paraguay’s Nadia Ferriera on top of the leaderboard.

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Spain’s Sarah Loinaz is leading out the pageant website’s second hot picks, who according to Missosology said Loinaz is a “force to reckon with,” as she is among the most consistent candidates this year. The website noted her “lovable and vivacious personality,” as well as her marine life advocacy.

India’s Harnaaz Sandhu is second on the list, thanks to her consistency in “always looking the best in whatever occasion. “She always catches everyone’s attention with her impeccable stance and graceful moves,” Missosology wrote.  

Another perennial favorite, Michelle Marie Colon of Puerto Rico, places third on the hot picks. Colon, Missosology writes, “has a winning aura” whenever she appears in public.

Paraguay’s Ferreira is still a top contender, of course, landing fourth on the hot picks list. While she has what it takes to win, the website noted that Paraguay has “no sash power,” which might affect her chances to win the Miss Universe crown.

Philippine delegate Beatrice Luigi Gomez slips two places from her previous position in the hot picks, this time landing in the 10th place.

Here are the top 26 of Missosology’s early hot picks:

1 Spain, Sarah Loinaz
2 India, Harnaaz Sandhu
3 Puerto Rico, Michelle Marie Colon
4 Paraguay, Nadia Ferreira
5 Belgium, Kedist Deltour

6 Venezuela, Luiseth Materan
7 Brazil, Teresa Santos
8 South Africa, Latela Mswane
9 Colombia, Valeria Ayos
10 Philippines, Beatrice Luigi Gomez

11 Portugal, Oricia Dos Santos
12 Vietnam, Kim Duyen
13 Chile, Antonia Figueroa
14 USA, Elle Smith
15 Japan, Juri Watanabe

16 Dominican Republic, Debbie Aflalo
17 Denmark, Sara Langtved
18 Thailand, Anchilee Scott-Kemmis
19 Cameroon, Michèle-Ange Minkata
20 Sweden, Moa Sandberg
21 Nepal, Sujita Basnet

22 Great Britain, Emma Collingridge
23 Mexico, Debora Hallal
24 Australia, Daria Varlamova
25 Argentina, Julieta Garcia
26 Haiti, Pascale Belony

Of course, the proof is in the pudding—all of this may change come the preliminary competition on Saturday, Dec. 11 (Philippine time). -  (Chuck Smith)