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Miss Universe Argentina 2023 is Yamile Dajud of Río Negro

Yamile Dajud, representing Río Negro, was crowned Miss Universe Argentina 2023 in a national competition held on Sunday, August 6 at the Sala del Sol in San Juan. The 27-year-old social communication graduate currently pursuing a law degree bested 21 other competitors to win the national title. She succeeds Bárbara Cabrera and will now prepare to represent Argentina at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November. Elena Mateo of Tucumán and Lali Dieguez of Neuquén were the first and second runners-up, respectively, while Martina Botero of Antártida, Milagros Irrazabal of Entre Ríos, and Melany Gonzalez of Santa Cruz rounded out the Top 6 finalists. The rest of the Top 12 semifinalists were the representatives of Catamarca, Martina Tapia, Corrientes, Angelina Del Mar, Formosa, Renata Pascotto, Misiones, Daiana Pereyra, San Luis, Milagros Lujan, and Santiago del Estero, Oriana Llebeili. No stranger to pageantry, the new Miss Universe Argentina previously joined Señorita Colombia 2021

Miss Universe Argentina 2023: Meet the contestants

Miss Universo Argentina 2023 (Miss Universe Argentina 2023) national final will be held on Sunday, August 6 at the Sala del Sol in San Juan. The preliminary competition will take place at the same venue on Friday, August 4. Tickets for the shows can be purchased via . Twenty-two beauties from across the country will compete for the title and the opportunity to represent at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November. Who will be the successor of Bárbara Cabrera? Meet the contestants: ANTÁRTIDA - Martina Botero BUENOS AIRES - Sharon Jorge Moner CABA - Malena Gonzalez CATAMARCA - Martina Tapia CHACO - Ticiana Slanac CÓRDOBA - Lara Castro CORRIENTES - Angelina Del Mar ENTRE RÍOS - Milagros Irrazabal FORMOSA - Renata Pascotto JUJUY - Fatima Herrera LA PAMPA - Abril Raffaelli LA RIOJA - Antonella Lozano MISIONES - Daiana Pereyra NEUQUÉN - Lali Dieguez RÍO NEGRO - Yamile Dajud SALTA - Milena Mormina SAN JUAN - Guillermina Rubino SAN LUIS - Milagros Lujan SA

Meet new national director for Miss Universe Argentina

Keno Manzur acquires Miss Universe license for Argentina, applications now open for Miss Universo Argentina 2023 After Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam, Argentina has also entered a new era in pageantry with a new national director for Miss Universe Argentina and he is no other than Keno Manzur. A commercial engineer by profession, Keno has many years of experience in beauty pageants. He also holds licenses for Miss Earth, Miss World, and Miss Universe Chile, among others. Besides running prestigious national beauty pageants, he also established Escuela Supermiss, a training school for aspiring beauty queens in Chile and Argentina. Applications are now open for Miss Universo Argentina 2023. Argentinian nationals, 18 to 27 years, mothers, and pregnant women with any marital status are welcome to apply. The next Miss Universe Argentina will go to the Miss Universe 2023 edition in San Salvador, El Salvador later this year. Meet the new director: View this post on Instagram

Former Miss Universe Argentina and fellow beauty queen secretly wed

Former Miss Universe Argentina Mariana Valera and fellow beauty queen from Puerto Rico, Fabiola Valentín, revealed they had secretly tied the knot after keeping their relationship private for a long time. Their intimate wedding ceremony took place last Friday, October 28 in San Juan, Puerto Rico where same-sex marriage has been legal since 2015. Back in 2019, they both tried to join Miss Universe but while Mariana won her national title and went on to compete in the prestigious pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, Fabiola was not lucky enough to take home the Miss Universe Puerto Rico title as she only placed in the Top 3. Their paths crossed a year later when their pageant journey brought them together in Miss Grand International 2020 which was held in Bangkok, Thailand where they both placed in the Top 10 and fell in love. "Congratulations to both of you. MGIO always support “LOVE” without boundaries," Miss Grand International Organization posted about them on social media. The Mi

Miss Universe Argentina 2022 is Bárbara Cabrera

Bárbara Cabrera has been officially announced on Sunday, October 2 as Miss Universe Argentina 2022. The 26-year-old textile entrepreneur and model from Buenos Aires will now prepare to represent Argentina at the 71st Miss Universe pageant in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA this January. No stranger to pageantry, Bárbara was named Miss Eco Argentina 2020 and went on to compete in Miss Eco International 2021 in Egypt where she placed in the Top 20 and bagged the Best in Evening Gown award. "My heart explodes with happiness to be able to officially tell you that I will proudly represent Argentina in Miss Universe 2022," she wrote in Spanish on social media. "Those who know me know that it was always my big dream. Today thanks to a lot of work and the team that accompanies me, I am fulfilling it," she added. Argentina has won Miss Universe once with Norma Beatriz Nolan in 1962. Its last placement was in 2020 with Alina Luz Akselrad who finished in the Top 21. Meet the new M

Miss Universe Argentina 2020 Alina Luz Akselrad on her way to US after beating COVID-19

Argentina's Alina Luz Akselrad has departed for the USA after completing her self-quarantine and finally tested negative for COVID-19. The 23-year-old writer and volunteer will compete with over 70 other beauties vying for the 69th Miss Universe title at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida on May 16. During her departure, Alina took to social media to share a personal message for her country. She wrote: "I am just a passenger destined to be happy. My beloved Argentina, the universe is waiting for us. These suitcases are full of dreams, illusions, and a lot of love for our country." "This title that I have the honor to hold represents the 45 million of us, I am not alone, we are a great team. I invite you to dream together," she said in another post. It has been 59 years since Argentina captured its first Miss Universe title. Since Norma Beatriz Nolan was crowned Miss Universe 1962 in Miami Beach, Florida, no other Argentinian represen