Liesel Holler

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Liesel Holler Sotomayor (born 1980) from Peru is the winner of the national beauty pageant Miss Perú 2004.

As the national beauty queen, she was given the right to compete at the Miss Universe 2004 pageant in Quito, Ecuador.[1] After failing to place at Miss Universe, Holler competed in the Miss Earth 2004 Pageant in Manila, Philippines. She placed among the Top 16. Holler would travel a month later to the Caribbean island of St. Martin to compete for the title of Miss Caribe Hibiscus. She won the crown, beating the other contestants from Latin America. Holler crowned her successor, Débora Sulca, on April 16, 2005. The former Miss Perú has resumed her doctoral studies in Sweden's Umeå University.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sueños de reinas". Terra (in Spanish). 10 May 2004. Retrieved 27 February 2011. 
Preceded by
Claudia Ortiz
Miss Perú
2004
Succeeded by
Débora Sulca
Preceded by
Danitza Autero
Miss Earth Peru
2004
Succeeded by
Sara Paredes
Preceded by
Renee Sloane-Seale
Miss Caraïbes Hibiscus
2004
Succeeded by
Fiorella Flores