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Latinas Impacting At Miss Universe

TODAY NICARAGUA – Once again, Latinas are the favoured to win the Miss Universe beauty pageant that will take place on December 20 in Las Vegas.

As is common in the competition, Miss Venezuela, Miss Colombia and Miss Puerto Rico are highlighted in the international media. International experts in beauty and fashion say the crown of the “most beautiful woman in the world” will be with a Latina.

It was also in Latin America that objected to the racist statements of the franchise’s former owner, Donald Trump, especially against Mexicans.

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Nicaragua.pngDaniela Torres will be representing Nicaragua.

Age: 25
Hometown: Managua
Height: 5’ 7”
Language: Spanish

Daniela Torres was born on Jan. 22, 1990 in Managua, Nicaragua. She is the youngest of four children and is known as the princess of the house. Daniela studied tourism and hospitality management at a private college in Nicaragua.

Naturally curious and hyper, this beauty queen prefers to learn through experiences. Daniela loves nature, the beach and experiencing different things. She wants to be a motivational coach because she loves being useful, helping others, and considers herself to be a very caring and loving person.

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Her adoration for children is so big that she wants to have a few of her own. As Miss Nicaragua 2015, Daniela collaborates with, Corazon Abierto, an organization that helps children with cardiac disease.
contestant facts

  • Daniela loves bacon! Eating bacon is her Sunday ritual.
  • Daniela didn’t learn how to drive until she was 24 years old.
  • Daniela laughs when she is nervous.

All the other Latinas at Miss Universe 2015:

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