Reina Hispanoamericana 2021 is Andrea Bazarte, back-to-back win for Mexico


Andrea Bazarte of Mexico bested 26 other contestants to be crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2021 in a gleaming competition held on Saturday, October 30 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.

The 28-year-old model who holds a degree in marketing was able to achieve a historic back-to-back win for her country. She succeeds her fellow Mexican, Regina Peredo.

Panama's Ana Lucia Tejeria was named Virreina Hispanoamericana 2021 while Colombia's Maria Alejandra Vengoechea and Venezuela's Andrea Romero were the first and second runners-up, respectively. The beauties from the Philippines, Emmanuelle Vera, Brazil, Bruna Zanardo, and Portugal, Theresa Matos, completed the Top 7 finalists.

Finishing the Top 12 semi-finalists were the representatives from Bolivia, Carolina Fernández, Chile, Paula Hernandez, Haiti, Winy Lundi, Puerto Rico, Auda López, and Dominican Republic, Karibel Pérez.

Reina Hispanoamericana is a competition founded in 1991 as Reina Sudamericana. It is participated by delegates from countries of Hispanic language or descent and is considered the most important international beauty pageant in the Americas as well as in part of Asia and Africa.




Photos: David Condori / Reina Hispanoamericana

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