Puteri Indonesia 2010

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Puteri Indonesia 2010
Date October 8, 2010
Presenters Choky Sitohang, Nadia Mulya, Rahma Landy, Zivanna Letisha Siregar
Entertainment Christopher Abimanyu, Andra and the BackBone, Trio Audrey Cantika Gamaliel
Venue Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Indonesia
Broadcaster Indosiar
Entrants 38
Placements 10
Winner Nadine Ames
Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta SCR 4

Puteri Indonesia 2010, the 15th Annual Puteri Indonesia beauty pageant, was held in Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Indonesia on October 8, 2010. Thirty eight contestants from all 33 provinces of Indonesia competed for the title of Puteri Indonesia, one of the most prominent beauty pageant titles in the country. Qory Sandioriva, Puteri Indonesia 2009 from Aceh crowned her successor Nadine Alexandra Dewi Ames of Jakarta SCR 4 at Assembly Hall, Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta. Ames is going to represent Indonesia at the Miss Universe 2011 in São Paulo, Brazil, while the first and second runner-ups will represent the nation at the Miss International 2011 and the Miss Asia Pacific World 2011 respectively.

The event was broadcast live on Indonesian television network, Indosiar. Indonesian Minister for Female Empowerment and Child Protection, Linda Gumelar, as well as Ximena Navarrete, Miss Universe 2010, was present during the event.[1]

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Puteri Indonesia 2010

(Miss Indonesia Universe)

Puteri Indonesia Lingkungan 2010

(Miss Indonesia International)

Puteri Indonesia Pariwisata 2010

(Miss Indonesia Asia Pacific)

Top 5
  • Bali COA.svg Bali - Ida Ayu Dwita Sukma Ari Pramana
  • Jambi symbol.jpg Jambi - Grace Gabriella Binowo
Top 10

Regional Princesses[edit]

Locally known as Putri Favorit Kepulauan (Indonesian: Favorite archipelagic princess)

Region Contestant
Sumatra
Java
Lesser Sunda
  • Bali - Ida Ayu Dwita Sukma Ari Pramana
Kalimantan
Sulawesi
Eastern Indonesia

Special awards[edit]

Award Contestant
Talent Princess
Congeniality Princess
  • Papua - Oifance Elmerilia Falentin Sanggenafa Imbiri
Favorite Princess

Princesses of Intelligence[edit]

Award Peserta
Princess of Intelligence I
Princess of Intelligence II
Princess of Intelligence III

Judges[edit]

  • Kusumadewi Sutanto (Head of Education Department, Yayasan Puteri Indonesia)
  • Ben Sukma (President of Association of the Indonesia Tour & Travel Agencies)
  • Triesna Jero Wacik (Adviser of Dharma Wanita, Indonesian Ministry of Culture and Tourism)
  • Sri Danti Anwar (Deputy Head of Gender Mainstreaming, Indonesian Ministry for Female Empowerment and Child Protection)
  • Triyadi (Director of Equivalent Education System, Directorate-General of Nonformal and Informal Education, Ministry of National Education)
  • Achirina Soetjitro (Director of Human and General Resources. Garuda Indonesia)
  • Fira Basuki (Editor in Chief, Cosmopolitan magazine)
  • Amir Husein (General Manager of Mustika Ratu)
  • Pierre Perusset (Managing Director of Ritz-Carlton Jakarta)
  • Rieke Dyah Pitaloka (actress and Member of People's Representative Council)
  • Nadine Chandrawinata (Puteri Indonesia 2005)

Contestants[edit]

Province Delegate Age Height (cm) Hometown
Aceh COA.svg Aceh

Juliana Puspita[3]

23

167

Sigli

North Sumatra coa.png North Sumatra

Cut Nabila Azhar[4]

19

171

Medan

West Sumatra coa.svg West Sumatra

Rika Pertiwi Zulfi[5][6]

23

174

Padang

Riau COA.svg Riau

Mega Dwi Lestari[7]

19

170

Pekanbaru

Lambang Riau Kepulauan.jpeg Riau Islands

Gloria Daniela Pasaribu

22

171

Batam

Jambi symbol.jpg Jambi

Grace Gabriella Binowo[8]

19

173

Jambi

South Sumatra COA.svg South Sumatra

Ega Selviana Sarfawi[9]

22

180

Palembang

Bangka belitung coa.png Bangka-Belitung Islands

Juwita Anggraini[10]

19

172

Tanjung Pandan

Bengkulu coa.png Bengkulu

Seradona Altiria[11]

20

172

Bengkulu

Lampung coa.png Lampung

Lilian Putri Kurniawan

25

171

Bandar Lampung

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 1

Faradina Alattas[12]

22

174

Jakarta

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 2

Okki Rianiayu Anjani[13]

23

170

Jakarta

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 3

Aisya Adiputri[14]

22

179

Jakarta

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 4

Nadine Alexandra Dewi Ames[15]

19

173

Jakarta

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 5

Marietta Gabriel Gladys Levina[16]

19

171

Jakarta

Jakarta COA.svg Jakarta Special Capital Region 6

Inda Endaliani[17]

21

170

Jakarta
Banten coa.png Banten

Yovita Agustine Lesmana[18]

25

170

Tangerang

West Java coa.png West Java

Kalia Labitta Yudhasoka[19]

18

169

Bandung

Central Java COA.svg Central Java

Emanuella Chrisnatasha Gunawan

21

177

Semarang

Yogyakarta COA.svg Yogyakarta Special Region

Reisa Kartikasari[20]

24

174

Yogyakarta

Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java

Betha Landes Kemala Sari

22

167

Malang

Bali COA.svg Bali

Ida Ayu Dwita Sukma Ari Pramana[21]

20

173

Denpasar

West Nusa Tenggara coa.png West Nusa Tenggara

Frizka Devirani

19

173

Mataram

East Nusa Tenggara COA.svg East Nusa Tenggara

Freska Gousario[22]

22

170

Kupang

West Kalimantan coa.png West Kalimantan

Benedikta Thia[23]

19

171

Sintang

South Kalimantan coa.jpg South Kalimantan

Wenty Widiyar Pratami[24]

22

166

Banjarbaru

Central Kalimantan coa.png Central Kalimantan

Aelyn Halim [25]

23

169

Palangkaraya

East Kalimantan

Ayu Rinda Sari[26]

24

168

Bontang

South Sulawesi coa.png South Sulawesi

Winanda Rahmayanti Rahman[27]

19

167

Palopo

West Sulawesi coa.png West Sulawesi

Andi Tenri Pakkua

20

171

Polewali Mandar

Southeast Sulawesi COA.svg Southeast Sulawesi

Mayang Sandy Utami

18

170

Bombana

Central Sulawesi coa.png Central Sulawesi

Lenny Kumalasari

18

170

Palu

North Sulawesi coa.png North Sulawesi

Astrid Tatumpe[28]

23

171

Manado

Lambang propinsi gorontalo.jpg Gorontalo

Alessandra Khadijah Usman[29]

22

171

Gorontalo

Maluku coa.png Maluku

Mythia Dyah Rengganis

21

172

Bandanaira

North Maluku coa.png North Maluku

Syahadia Robo

22

168

Ternate

Papua COA.svg Papua

Oifance Elmerilia Falentin Sanggenafa Imbiri[30]

20

171

Waropen

West Papua Province Emblem.svg West Papua

Rully Chintya Ronsumbre[31]

18

171

Sorong

Historical significance[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Kalia Labitta Yudhasoka from West Java represented her province in Miss Indonesia 2009, she is a sister of Vicky Veranita Yudhasoka, Top 10 Miss Indonesia 2007 represented Central Java then she later Puteri Pariwisata Indonesia 2013 represented West Java and was received third placed or Miss Indonesia Marine Tourism 2013 and competed Miss Tourism International 2013.
  • Yovita Agustine Lesmana from Banten competed in Miss Indonesia 2007 represent Central Kalimantan
  • Emanuella Chrisnatasha Gunawan from Central Java is a sister of Evelyne Natalia Gunawan (Top 5 Puteri Indonesia 2002 and Princess of Congeniality 2002) and Elvaretta Nathania Gunawan (Top 5 Puteri Indonesia 2007).
  • The award of Regional Princess of Kalimantan was initially going to be given to Aelyn Halim of Central Kalimantan. However, since Halim had received two special awards, namely Favorite and Talent Princess, the award was given to Wenty Widiyar of South Kalimantan instead.

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