Emely Ruiz replaces Eva Azcona as Miss Supranational Dominican Republic 2022

08 Jan 2022 | Angelique Reyes

The organization Misses Of Dominican Republic, led by experts in beauty queens Jorge Cruz and Alejandro Martínez has recently announced the appointment of Emely Ruiz as the new Miss Supranational Dominican Republic 2022 and will now represent the country at Miss Supranational 2022.

The diva has replaced Eva Azcona for the title as she is unable to attend due to personal reasons as informed by the organization. They also added, “However, we will continue to work with her to achieve the ultimate goal as a team.”

Emely Ruiz, who was the first finalist, takes office today as the organization announced, “Misses of Dominican Republic continues to be that door for young Dominicans to fulfill their goals. We believe in the power of dreams, hard work, and respect for one of our ambassadors. We give the opportunity to Emely Ruiz to represent us in the 13th edition of Miss Supranational to take place in Poland during the month of June of the current year.



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The newly appointed queen also took to her social media to share the news as she wrote, “God's time is perfect. The emotion does not fit in my chest, I have no words to express so much. It is a great honor which entails a very great job. I want to take a moment to thank you for all the love you have given me. Not in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would have so much support and love. I carry you in my heart.”

She also added a small message for Eva saying, “Thank you for being a beautiful person, I connected a lot with you in the national contest and I know that in your moment you will do an excellent job. I will continue to work as you have done so far to bring that crown home.”

Now, Emely has the big responsibility to fill the shoes of Eoanna Constanza who secured the fourth runner up position in Miss Supranational 2021, earlier this year. Miss Supranational 2022 is all set to be held sometime in August next year in Poland. Chanique Rabe of Namibia will crown her successor at the end of the event finale.