Barbara Reis crowned Miss Supranational Brazil 2018

08 Jun 2018 | Camilla Suarez

Barbara Reis was crowned Miss Supranational Brazil 2018 (Miss Brasil Supranacional 2018) at the coronation night of Miss Supranational Brazil 2018 in March. She succeeds Miss Supranantional Brazil 2017 Thayná Lima.

Barbara Reis of Sinop, Mato Grosso state is 20 years old. The 1.8m beauty will represent her country at the 10th Miss Supranational Pageant in Poland in December.

Barbara was last year’s Vice Miss Brasil World. She was crowned in the presence of reigning Miss World Brazil 2017 Gabrielle Vilela. Last year at Miss Supranational 2017, Thyna Lima made it to the top 25. Barbara will try to better the placement and possibly win the Miss Supranational crown.


Barbara Reis crowned Miss Supranational Brazil 2018


Barbara was not just last year's Vice Miss Brasil World, she was also Miss Mato Grosso.

Miss Brazil Supranational is a title given to a Brazilian candidate who then participates in the international event. There was only really a competition at the national level in 2014, under the coordination of the entrepreneur Luiz Roberto Kauffmann. After the competition, the candidates will be indicated by the organization of the competition if their registration fee is not paid. The current holder of the title is Brasiliense Thayná Lima.

Miss Brasil Supranational 2014 was the first, and until then unique, edition of a national beauty contest to elect the Brazilian representative in the Miss Supranational event held annually in Poland. The competition was coordinated by the businessmen Luiz Roberto Kauffmann and Rose Grace. The host city of the show was São Paulo, more precisely at Eldorado Shopping. The event was led by Miss Brazil 2012 , Gabriela Markus , Miss São Paulo 2011 , Karla Mandro and Miss America 2012 , Camila Serakides. [ 2 ]The event also counted on the Group of Dance of the School Phelipe Britto and of the singer and dancer Francine Missaka. It was attended by all 26 Brazilian states and the Federal District with their respective representatives to the national title. Raquel Benetti, holder of the title at the time, passed the banner and the crown to Milla Vieira, representative of Bahia.