Yenny Carrillo crowned Miss Earth Colombia 2019

23 Aug 2019 | Priya Bhardwaj

At the grand coronation night of Miss Earth Colombia 2019 held on 22nd August 2019 at Teatro ABC in Bogotá, Colombia, Yenny Katherine Carrillo was crowned the new queen as she became the official representative of Colombia in Miss Earth 2019. Miss Earth Colombia 2018 and Miss Earth Water 2018 Valeria Ayos Bossa crowned her successor at the end of the event finale.

Yenny Katherine Carrillo represented Cesar at the national contest with sincerity and dedication. She was a crowd favourite ever since the beginning of the competition. The 25 year-old has mesmerised everyone with her beauty who stands 177 cm tall. She is currently a student in her 10th semester of law at Manuela Beltrán University. Not new to the pageantry, she was also the 1st Runner up of the Miss Globe 2016.


Yenny Carrillo crowned Miss Earth Colombia 2019

(Photo Credits: Miss Earth Colombia Instagram Official)

The newly crowned queen’s elemental court included -

Miss Earth Colombia-Water 2019 - Betania Rojas Rincón Miss Earth Santander 2019

Miss Earth Colombia-Air 2019 - María Carolina Quintero Miss Earth Magdalena 2019

Miss Earth Colombia-Fire 2019 - María Paula Castillo Miss Earth Nariño 2019

Betania Rojas Rincón who was a part of Top 2 as she was adjudged the first runner-up at the coronation night is also Miss Intercontinental Colombia 2019 as she will now represent her country in Miss Intercontinental 2019. She succeeds Miss Intercontinental Colombia 2018 Hillary Hollmann del Prado.


Yenny Carrillo crowned Miss Earth Colombia 2019


The coronation night also saw in attendance Miss Earth 2018 Phuong Khanh and Miss Earth Fire 2018 Melissa Flores who were there to cheer the delegates and made the finale night even more memorable. The entire production was heavily applauded by the spectators as everyone was happy with the results.

Colombia, in its recent years, has shown incredible performances at the Miss Earth pageant. From 2016 to 2018, it has won an elemental crown every year (Miss Earth Air 2016, Miss Earth Water 2017 and Miss Earth Water 2018). The expectations from the newly crowned queen are sure a lot with her predecessors performing so well in the past.

Congratulations to the winners!