Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 Live Blog Full Results

09 Jan 2020 | Priya Bhardwaj

The 29th edition of Reina Hispanoamericana, i.e Reina Hispanoamericana 2019, will host its coronation night on 8th February 2020 after much delay due to turmoil in host city, Bolivia. The stunning beauties from thirty countries will compete for the international crown as Nariman Battikha Yanyi of Venezuela will crown her successor at the end of the event finale. The event will be broadcast live on the Bolivian television network Red Uno and through the Internet for all of Latin America and the rest of the world.

The pageant was initially supposed to happen on 9th November 2019 but had to be postponed due to social unrest currently happening in Bolivia. But is was later postponed to February for the safety of the delegates.



Below are the full results of Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 (updated as and when announced) –

Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 - Regina Peredo

Virreina Hispanomericana 2019 - Gabrielle Vilela of Brazil

1st Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Laura Claro of Colombia

2nd Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Yuanailie Alvarado of Puerto Rico

3rd Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Ketlin Lottermann of Paraguay

4th Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Valeria Badell Lillo of Venezuela

5th Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Katrina Llegago of Philippines

6th Finalist Reina Hisapnoamericana 2019 - Ainara Cadavieco of Spain

7th Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 - Franchesca Astier of Dominican Republic

8th Finalist Reina Hispanomericana 2019 – Cassandra Cherry of Haiti

The 30 candidates competing for the title of Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 are Sasha Gigliani representing Argentina, Gabriela Varela representing Belize, Dayana Angélica Romero Montaño representing Bolivia, Aylin Alicia Jaldín Fernández representing Chile, Laura Juliana Claro Coronel representing Colombia, Sissi Leyva Oliva representing Cuba, Tiffany de Freitas Brás representing Curacao, María José Rivera Ibarra representing Ecuador, Monserrat Báez representing USA, Vilma Cristina Perdomo Rodríguez representing El Salvador, Ainara Cardaño Cadavieco representing Spain, Maria Katrina Llegado representing Philippines, Marlen Stefani Zeceña Elvira representing Guatemala, Anita Mikue Alene representing Equatorial Guinea, Regina Peredo Gutiérrez representing Mexico, Stefanía de Jesús Alemán Cerda representing Nicaragua, Ketlin Lottermann Bazzo representing Paraguay, Diana Sofía Santos Silva representing Portugal, Yuanilie "Yua" Alvarado González representing Puerto Rico, Franchesca Ástier García representing Dominican Republic, Lincy Leila Colman Castillo representing Uruguay, Valeria Badell Lillo representing Venezuela, Verónica Zito León representing Hispanic Europe, Gabriela Kristabel Irías Paz Morgan representing Honduras, Danae Pierina Meléndez Ramos representing Peru, Cassandra Chéry representing Haiti, Gabrielle Vilela de Souza representing Brazil, Linette Clement representing Panama, Marianella "Nella" Chaves Serrano representing Costa Rica, Sarah Van Der Steen representing Aruba.