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Miss International 2016 Week 2 Power Rankings




In just a week Edymar Martinez will crown her successor as Miss International. The ladies have been enjoying Japan during the pre-pageant activities. This week, some of the front-runners went down and some girls went up. 

Leading this week's power rankings is Magdalena Bieńkowska of Poland. She's surprising everyone with her presence in the competition. Her lovely aura won't fail her comes final night.

Coming next to her is Indonesia's Felicia Hwang, she went down from being our number 1 to number 2. She is indeed doing everything for her country, it's a no wonder should she be crowned Miss International 2016.

From 8th place on our last rankings, Mexico's Geraldine Ponce went up to number 3. Will this head turner, and Nuestra Belleza Mexico 2016 finalist conquers Japan?


Kylie Verzosa of the Philippines also went up from being the number 4 to number 5. This Philippine doll is making sure everything is set in place. We cannot deny the fact that she's in it to win the 6th Miss International crown for the Philippines. Will the odds be in her favor?

Moldova's Alina Chirciu placed 5th from being not included on our previous rankings. Will this lovely model will surely shine bright?



Check out our complete list:

1.Poland - Magdalena Bieńkowska
2.Indonesia - Felicia Hwang
3.Mexico - Geraldine Ponce
4.Philippines - Kylie Verzosa
5.Moldova - Alina Chirciu
6.Venezuela - Jessica Duarte
7.USA - Kaityrana Leinbach
8.Hungary - Csillag Szabó
9.Colombia - Daniela Herrera
10.Russia - Alisa Manenok
11.Finland - Emilia Seppänen
12.Brazil - Manoella Alves
13.Bolivia - Katherine Añazgo
14.Dom Rep. - Cynthia Núñez
15.Macau - Sulin Ip

Bubbling Up: Ukraine, Costa Rica, Netherlands, Japan, Hawaii

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