ab imo pectore

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Thank God I’m very satisfied with the way God created me and I wouldn’t change a thing. I consider myself a woman endowed with inner beauty. I have acquired many wonderful principles from family and I intend to follow these for the rest of my life. ~Leila Lopes (Miss Universe 2011 when asked what would she change in her physic if she could).

The most beautiful young woman alive on earth is Miss Angola, Leila Lopes. A charming african beauty, so confident and sophisticated. Finally a natural beauty, without cosmetic surgery. Like the song says, men lie, women lie, but numbers don’t, and her numbers are her true colors: 1,79m tall (5’10”) and 88-61-90. Apart of her beautiful traits, the student of Bussiness Management proved she’s clear expressing herself and passionate: “Any racist needs to seek help. It’s not normal on the XXI century to think in that way”.

Walking and talking

Miss flawless touched the judges with her clever statements such as she wouldn’t change anything about herself. Of course she doesn’t need to, that’s irrefutable. The thing is what makes her stand for a beauty contest, judged by the physic, elegance or even for being photogenic? I wonder which principles drove her to this crown.

Whatever it is, congratulations to Leila, which is the fourth african black woman that wins the title in sixty editions. The first was Jannelle Commissioning (Trinidad and Tobago) in 1977. From the same country Wendy Fitzwilliam was crowned in 1998. The next was Mpule Kwelagobe (Botswana) in 1999.

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