Albania's Klara Musabelliu withdraws from Miss Supranational 2023


Miss Supranational Organization made an announcement on Monday, July 3 that Miss Supranational Albania Klara Musabelliu decided to withdraw from the competition due to personal reasons.

In a post on social media, Klara shared: "Unfortunately I decide to withdraw from the Miss Supranational experience. I tried to do my best and I forced myself until my body started giving me signals to tell me that it had reached the limit."

"I’m very sad about this, I didn’t want things to go in this way I wanted to make my country and my family proud but I realized that there are more important things I have to think about now," she added.

The Albanian beauty also went on to thank the pageant organizers for taking care of her and for the magical few days of her stay in Poland.

"We support her decision completely and understand that life is more important than anything else," the organization also posted on its official social media pages.

"We send you off with sadness of course but more than all we send you off with love and wishes for strength and courage," the post continued.

Sixty-six contestants are left to continue their journey to the coveted crown this July 14 at the Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Małopolska.

Photo: Klara Musabelliu / Instagram

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