Miss Universe 2023: Shenise Palacios from Nicaragua wins the competition | News

Miss Universe 2023: Shenise Palacios from Nicaragua wins the competition |  News

Nicaraguan Shenise Palacios is the new Miss Universe Getty Images

Miss Universe 2023 has a name: Shenis Palacios– Miss Nicaragua, 23 years old. She was elected the most beautiful woman in the world, in El Salvador, in the early hours of Sunday (19). Second place went to Ms. Antonia BursildShe is 22 years old, and third with Miss Australia. Murraya Wilsonfrom 27.

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Shenis is the first Nicaraguan to take the crown of the most beautiful woman in the world in seven decades of competition, and the American succeeded Ruboni Gabriel, age 29 years. Born in Managua, she is a model and graduated in communications from the Latin American University, where she played volleyball.

Miss Brazil Brazil, Gaucha Maria Brechan, was not among the top twenty. Miss Colombia Camila Avila, 28, and Miss Puerto Rico Carla Guelfo, 25, completed the top five. The Miss Universe 2024 competition will be in Mexico.

Miss Universe 2023 broke barriers. The first was with mothers (among them Miss Colombia), with a woman over 30 – the girls are generally young – and with two trans candidates, Miss Portugal, Marina MengeleAnd Miss Holland, Ricky Cooley.

The competition also witnessed the participation of a plus-sized woman, Miss Nepal. Jane GarrettMiss Pakistan, Erica Robin, appeared for the first time in a burkini in the swimsuit section.

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Nicaraguan Shenise Palacios is the new Miss Universe – Photo: Getty Images

23-year-old Nicaraguan Shenise Palacios is the new Miss Universe – Image: Getty Images

Miss Nicaragua, Shinice Palacios – Photo: Reproduction

Shenise Palacios Miss Nicaragua Universe 2023 – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Miss Thailand Antonia Porsild – Photo: From

Murraya Wilson Miss Universe Australia 2023 – Image: Reproduction/Instagram
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