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Karina Ramos, Miss Universe Costa Rica 2014 on her experiences in Doral, Miami




Miss Universe Costa Rica 2014, Karina Ramos also shared her experiences in the Miss Universe pageant.   “Most of what we were doing behind the scenes were eating. I loved it so much. But the days before the finals weren’t unfortunately. We didn’t have much time to eat because we were so busy preparing for the show. So there are times that I’m hungry, so I always have my chocolates with me, especially during rehearsals.” Ramos said in her recent interview. Did she enjoy eating?



She also added that they always read comments in social media. “The hardest part is reading the comments on social networks. But I didn’t get affected that much, although I like to read all of them, except the “she-needs-to-improve." So she doesn't want improvements? 



“The announcement of the top 15 finalists took me by surprise, and not only me but many of the candidates. I knew I was a part of the group since Colombia, Spain, India, and Jamaica were in the list. They were heavy favorites. But it’s always like that in beauty pageants, everything changes even in last minute because nobody knows what the organization is looking for. At the end, it’s always a surprise for everyone.” She said when she was asked about the result. Contrary to the rumors that she cried backstage, she didn't. But she was quite upset for her exclusion, though she enjoyed and had a great experience and no regrets at all.

Watch the full interview details HERE.

Source: TELETICA



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