Julia Gama to represent Brazil’s white gold in a ‘Queen of Cotton’ national costume at Miss Universe 2020

26 Apr 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Miss Universe Brazil 2020 Julia Gama revealed her national costume for Miss Universe 2020 where she will parade the stage as the ‘Queen of Cotton’.  In a recent social media post she mentioned, “I feel completely fulfilled for being able to show the economic power of our Brazil to the universe.

The attire designed by the renowned Atelier Michelly is a totally innovative costume in order to reverence the economic greatness of Brazil. She shared, “I wanted to look for an element that is not obvious. I also wanted to show our economic strength as a world power.” Interestingly, in the last few years, Brazil has occupied the fifth position in the production of cotton. It’s not by chance that the product is called ‘The White Gold’.

Julia also shared her gratitude for having a costume designed by Michelly, she said, “The costume of my dreams was made by the incredible and amazing hands of Michelly. Having a costume designed by her is like a dream coming true and she has embraced this dream with so much love and dedication.



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Julia feels confident and dedicated to perform her best and stated that, “Knowing that I was chosen is something extremely special, because I know that I was chosen for who I am. It gives me a lot more confidence.” She speaks five languages fluently and is very strong with her communication skills.

Julia will be one of the strongest contenders for the title and she has already started to prepare for the finale event and hopes to bring the crown home. She has also expressed her gratitude to everyone who has supported her through her journey and feels very excited to meet the other delegates at Miss Universe stage.

Miss Universe 2020 will host the National Costume competition on 13th May 2021 with a live broadcast. Miss Universe Brazil 2020 Julia Gama will represent Brazil at the 69th edition of Miss Universe on 16th May 2021 in the United States. The winner will succeed Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi from South Africa for the title.