Asja Bonnie Pivk crowned Miss Earth Slovenia 2021

07 Oct 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Miss Earth Slovenia hosted its coronation night for the 2021 edition on 3rd October 2021 at Gostišce Loka ob Krki in Novo mesto, where stunning beauties from all over the country competed for the national crown and the opportunity to represent Slovenia at the upcoming Miss Earth 2021. Asja Bonnie Pivk was crowned as the new queen at the end of the event as succeeded Miss Earth Slovenia 2020 Adrijana Ojsteršek for the title.

After six months of various evaluation challenges, the organization crowned the new Miss Earth Slovenia 2021. Due to the known limitations for Covid-19 and the recommendations of the world organization, the final evening took place in front of cameras without an audience, with a live broadcast on the Miss Earth Slovenia’s YouTube channel.



The diva who is an economics student from Naklo gave an outstanding performance at the national finale; she is indeed a strong contender and is determined to win the crown of Miss Earth 2020. After her crowning, Asja took to her social media to share, “Happy? Overjoyed!  I can proudly say that I became Miss Earth Slovenia 2021. A sincere thank you to all of you who supported me on my journey and believed in me! These feelings cannot be described in words… I promise you that I will represent Slovenia in the best light at the world selection.”

Miss Earth Slovenia 2021 Asja Bonnie Pivk’s court includes –

Miss Earth Air Slovenia 2021 - Ana Elez Cikovic

Miss Earth Water Slovenia 2021 - Maša Pucni

Miss Earth Fire Slovenia 2021 - Tinkara Vengust



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Last year, Adrijana Ojsteršek represented Slovenia at Miss Earth 2020, where she won the Bronze medal for Team Europe in the Talent competition. Her performance was great but she failed to win a placement in the Top 40. Now, Asja will prepare for her stint at the Miss Earth 2021 pageant, i.e., the 21st edition of the Miss Earth pageant, to be held virtually on 21st November 2021. Lindsey Coffey of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event.