Miss Intercontinental 2017 (3rd Update): The Official Candidates

Photo Credits: Miss Intercontinental

We are starting our 2018 with so much beauty as I now officially open my coverage for the Miss Intercontinental 2017. We are well aware of the changes that happened – the pageant date was moved from December 2017 to January 2018 and even the host country was changed from Sri Lanka to Egypt. As we welcome the new year, the Miss Intercontinental Organization is also increasing its hype for the pageant. So, let me start my official coverage by introducing to you the official delegates of the competition.

Photo Credits: Miss Intercontinental

Algeria (Tahri Ibtissem)

Armenia (Anahit Grigoryan)

Australia (Charlotte Allison-Bruce)

Barbados (Nicola Nicolette Nicholas)

Belarus (Anastasiya Shchipanova)

Belgium (Lore Ven)

Bosnia & Herzegovina (Milica Zejak)

Brazil (Amanda Cardoso)

Cameroon (Adama Ruth Anyanwu)

Canada (Mattea Henderson)

Chad (Leloum Sylviane)

Colombia (Lizeth Villanueva)

Costa Rica (Kimberly Porras)

Czech Republic (Sarah Karolyiova)

Dominican Republic (Christina Gieringer)

Ecuador (Joselyn Ruiz)

Egypt (Tahani Hassan)

Ethiopia (Feven Araya Gebreslassie)

France (Jennifer Malleron)

Germany (Dalila Jabri)

 Ghana (Naa Teide Belvy Ofori)

Greece (Theodora Soukia)

Guadeloupe (Marcie Monfret)

Hungary (Flora Senanszky)

India (Priyanka Kumari)

Indonesia (Alicia Beverly Weley)

Ireland (Nadia Sayers)

Italy (Tina Scognamiglio)

Jamaica (Sasha Henry)

Japan (Kumi Miyamae)

Kazakhstan (Bota Kamza)

Kenya (Sheila Rono)

Korea (Lee Su Jin)

Kosovo (Neziri Kosovare)

Latvia (Rozenberg Kseniya)

Macedonia (Biljana Shkortova)

Malaysia (Sanja Kumar Suri)

Malta (Federica Nicastro)

Mexico (Veronica Salas)

Myanmar (Khaing Me Me Lin)

Namibia (Fransiska Mbambo)

Nepal (Varsha Sharma)

Netherlands (Cathelijne Heppenhuis)

New Zealand (Meghan Kenney)

Northern Ireland (Cara Hunter)

Panama (Yinimeith Segundo)

Paraguay (Jessica Torres)

Philippines (Katarina Rodriguez)

Poland (Natalia Popis)

Portugal (Beatrix Gomes)

Puerto Rico (Josmarie Soto)

Romania (Monica Buda)

Russia (Natalia Naidenko)

Scotland (Nathalie Graham)

Serbia (Bojana Bojanic)

Seychelles (Falaine Dora)

Sierra Leone (Ty Gouldson)

Singapore (Crystal Lim)

Slovak Republic (Klaudia Kuruczova)

South Africa (Annemi Adri Venter)

South Sudan (Talee Dennis)

Switzerland (Melanie Pardo)

Thailand (Sarucha Nilchan)

Ukraine (Hanna Nepliakh)

USA (Raquel Basco)

Venezuela (Maritza Contreras)

Vietnam (Nguyen Dang Tuong Linh)

Wales (Jemma Cox)

Zambia (Precious Ngoma)

Zimbabwe (Hillary Makaya)

This is getting exciting 🙂

I can’t wait for them to arrive in Egypt!!!

–Kattera–

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