Diandra Soysa crowned Miss Earth Sri Lanka 2021

21 Sep 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss Earth Sri Lanka organization officially crowned Diandra Soysa as the newly nominated Miss Earth Sri Lanka 2021, few hours ago. The diva will now represent Sri Lanka at the 21st edition of Miss Earth pageant. She succeeds Miss Earth Sri Lanka 2020 Romane Dananjani for the title.

The passing queen introduced Diandra as the new queen virtually since she is currently not in Sri Lanka and hence Diandra was officially crowned by Miss Earth Sri Lanka 2018/2019 and organization’s Head of Operations Nathasha Fernando.



Diandra Soysa is a professional model standing 172 cm tall and has walked for some of the biggest designers at several major fashion weeks. After her election, Diandra took to her social media to share, “I cannot explain the amount of honor and joy it brings me to be nominated as the new MISS EARTH SRILANKA 2021!! I’m extremely humbled by this opportunity to use my voice to work towards saving our Mother Earth as well as to represent my beautiful country at the international pageant and try my best to bring the crown home!”

Addressing her successor through a video, Miss Earth Sir Lanka 2020 Romane Dananjani said, “I wish and hope that you will be able to bring love and care towards our country and our beloved Mother Earth, and I wish that it will be an amazing year for Sri Lanka, and you will be able to fulfill your task as Miss Earth Sri Lanka 2021. Have an amazing journey, we will always be there to support you in every way we can. All the best!”



Diandra will now be preparing for her international stint in full swings, being just two months away from the event finale. The Miss Earth organization is all set to host the 21st edition of the Miss Earth pageant, later this year, where Lindsey Marie Coffey of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event. The tentative date of the pageant surfacing is 21st November 2021. To ensure safety of the delegates and production staff, the pageant will be held virtually again this year due to the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic situation.