All about Reina Hispanoamericana 2021 Andrea Bazarte

03 Nov 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Reina Hispanoamericana 2021, the 30th edition of the international pageant, was held on 30th October 2021 at the Estudio 5, Red Uno de Bolivia, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia where twenty-seven competed for the international crown. At the end of the event finale, Andrea Bazarte of Mexico was crowned Reina Hispanoamericana 2021 as she succeeds and was crowned by Regina Peredo Gutierrez from Mexico.

Taking home a back-to-back victory, 29 years-old Andrea stands 171 cm and has graduated with a marketing degree. She lives in Monterrey, Mexico and is an entrepreneur. She is very passionate about being a beauty queen and ensures that creativity, passion, responsibility, organization, innovation, and teamwork are her main values.



Not new to the pageantry, in 2018, Bazarte competed against 19 other candidates in the 11th edition of Nuestra Belleza Latina where she finished 13th. Bazarte represented Nueva Leon at Mexicana Universal 2020 at Hotel Misión Grand Juriquilla in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico in November 2020 where she ranked second and was crowned Mexicana Hispanoamericana 2021.

“My dream is to have transnational companies that focus on productivity and improve the quality of life for entire families. In addition, helping others on the path of undertaking their idea,” shared Bazarte. Andrea is supporter of ‘Being Real Gives You Freedom’ motto where she urges the people to break the stereotypes of what society dictates. She wants young women to accept their flaws and embrace them just like she has.

She wants to be a positive and an impactful role model for the young women and encourage them for following their dreams. She explains that “when your potential explodes, you are full and free. We already have many figures on the internet that are ‘perfect’ and ‘unattainable.’ No more! When you want to get into that mold just break it.”



The diva gave stellar performance throughout the competition and created history at the end of the very successful production, making it a back-to-back win for the country who is emerging dominant in the pageantry.

Congratulations queen!