Hadeer Mahmoud to represent Egypt at The Miss Globe 2021

24 Aug 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss Egypt organization has official announced that Hadeer Mahmoud has been appointed as The Miss Globe Egypt 2021. She will travel soon to Albania to compete for and represent Egypt at The Miss Globe pageant this year. She has been appointed by the President of Miss Egypt organization to present Egypt at the international platform.

The diva also took to her social media to share the news as she wrote, “I am so proud to be able to represent my beautiful country (Egypt) at the international beauty pageant (The Miss Globe) in Albania. I will do my best for this competition. Can’t wait to visit Albania and meet the beautiful Queens! Thank u Dr Amaal Rezk to give me this opportunity and support me all the time.”



Hailing from Cairo, Egypt, Hadeer is a flight attendant at AMC Airlines and also works as a professional model. She studied at Edebiyat Fakültesi dogu Bölümü Dilleri, Kahire Üniversitesi. The diva is not new to pageantry as she was also part of the Miss Egypt 2020 competition where she secured a position among the Top 10 finalists.

The newly appointed queen is strong, determined and excited to represent her country at The Miss Globe 2021 as she has already begun with her preparations for the international stint. She succeeds Miss Globe Egypt 2020 Shams Osama for the title.

The Miss Globe organization is all set to host its world final show for the 2021 edition in Albania this year. The competition will take place over two weeks, where delegates from all over the world will represent their countries and compete for the coveted crown. The Miss Globe 2021 pageant will kick off on 20th October and the coronation will take place on 5th November at Opera Theater in Tirana.



The Miss Globe 2020 Lorinda Kolgeci of Kosovo will crown her successor at the end of the final show, whereas, Siberia’s Matveeva Evgenia, Ghana’s Naomi Chioma Anene, Brazil’s Thawany Aparecida de Faria and Philippines’ Rowena Lucero Sasuluya will crown their succeeding first, second, third and fourth runner-ups respectively.