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Miss Universe Week 4 Power Rankings



In the past 3 weeks there have been a constant change in our power rankings and this week is  not exception. From our last rankings we have Philippines who topped the list but on our newest rankings she fell short and went down.

Leading our preliminary rankings we have Brazil's Raissa Santana. This girl has always had the same hair styling in the past pageant activities but during the national auction gift she surprised us. Her elegance and sophistication proves that she is one of the threats for the crown.

In second spot is Marina Jacoby of Nicaragua who we can say the face of the competition. Her aura makes her the girl to keep an eye for. Everyone seem to love this lass, her modelling experience will help her clinch the crown for sure. Let's wait and see!

She lost her momentum after what happened during her arrival but Colombia's Andrea Tovar won't settle for less. She's back in the game and is proving everyone that she's in the competition to win the crown.

Still securing a spot and is in fourth place is Mexico's Kristal Silva. She dressed well and is always looking glamorous. Her incredible beauty will help her shine and bring her country the third Miss Universe crown.

Making it in fifth place is the Philippines' Maxine Medina. Indeed, Maxine is the force to reckon with. There's no doubt that she may bring the back-to-back crown for the Philippines.



Complete List:

Brazil
Nicaragua
Colombia
Mexico
Philippines
Venezuela
Thailand
Australia
Belgium
Malaysia
Japan
Sierra Leone


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