Beauty at its best –Miss Universe aspirants Ana Yancy Clavel, Miss El Salvador and Dulcita Lynn Lieggi, Miss Dominican Republic.
This year’s Miss Universe pageant, which will be held in a couple of weeks in Las Vegas, Nevada, was originally supposed to hosted by the Dominican Republic. Unfortunately, they declined the offer to host, due to financial difficulties in hosting this glamorous event.
In addition, to bringing you Dulcita Lynn, Miss Dominican Republic, please let us know if you would like to see any of the other contestants representing the other 88 countries profiled….
Dominican Republic Miss Universe Contestant Dulcita Lynn Lieggi
Miss Dominican Republic Dulcita Lynn Lieggi
Dulcita Lynn Lieggi’s passion in life is acting. In her spare time, she enjoys writing web-articles and watching movies.
Although born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, she spent her childhood in several different places, including Italy and upstate New York.
Because of her strong interest in film, Dulcita is planning on going back to school to study production so she can be master the other side of the camera.
IN HER OWN WORDS
Staying true to who you are and believing in yourself no matter what is the most valuable lesson I’ve learned.
This year’s even will have eighty-nine beauties from around the world, who aspire to win the Miss Universe pageant whose 61st edition will now be held in Las Vegas (Nevada) on the 19th.
The closing ceremony will be held at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and will air on NBC in English and in Spanish on Telemundo.
The contest will be televised live in some 190 countries and is expected to a global audience of over one billion viewers.
The gala, which will feature Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic as presenters, will be enlivened by the performance of the group Train, three-time Grammy winner.
The followers of the event and can opt for your favorite Miss and send it directly to the semi-finals by voting in www.missuniverse.com carry. The deadline for voting ends on December 18.
The ceremony will conclude with the presentation of the crown by the current Miss Universe, Leila Lopes of Angola, to his successor.
The 61st edition of Miss Universe originally was to be held in the Dominican Republic, but the country declined the offer because he could not bear the expense involved organization.