Robell Hovers crowned Miss Earth Liberia 2020

20 Sep 2020 | Camilla Suarez

The organization of Miss Earth Liberia hosted the coronation ceremony of Miss Earth Liberia 2020 on 19th September 2020 where Robell C. Hovers was crowned as the new queen and will be representing Liberia at the virtual ceremony of Miss Earth 2020. She succeeded Miss Earth Liberia 2019 Georgia Leela Bemuh for the title.

After winning the crown, Robell took to her social media to thank everyone who supported and motivated her throughout the competition and helped her stay calm. She stated, “Thanks to everyone who supported me in this life changing journey. I’m here to serve and uphold my crown.”

Robell is 18-years-old and is studying at the Blue Crest University in Liberia. She is very excited to take onto the crown duties as Miss Earth Liberia 2020 and use her platform to educate and create awareness for her environmental advocacy.

Miss Earth Liberia 2020 Robell C Hovers’ court includes:

First Runner-up: Lelai B. Yekelorde

Second Runner-up: Precious L. Flomo



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Robell aspires to be an international lawyer in future for which is working hard and would use some of the lawyer techniques to impress the judges and the audience at the Miss Earth 2020 competition surely. She likes to write, read, design, and play basketball in her free time.

The diva is strong, confident, and focused towards her goal of winning the title and has already started to prepare for the finale event as she starts to work on her walk, communication, and confidence. Last year, Georgia Leela Bemuh represented Liberia at Miss Earth 2019 stage and was appreciated for her performance but unfortunately wasn’t placed at the end of the event finale. 

Congratulations to the diva!