Jacqueline Aguilera

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Jacqueline Aguilera
Miss Mundo 1995, Jacqueline Aguilera.jpg
Aguilera in 2018
Jacqueline María Aguilera Marcano

(1976-11-17) 17 November 1976 (age 42)
Height1.80 m (5 ft 10 34 in)
TitleTop Model of the World 1995
Miss World Venezuela 1995
Miss World 1995
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair colorDark brown
Eye colorHoney
Top Model of the World 1995
Miss Venezuela 1995
(Miss World Venezuela)
Miss World 1995
(Miss World Americas)
(Miss Photogenic)

Jacqueline María Aguilera Marcano (born November 17, 1976 in Valencia, Carabobo) is a Venezuelan model and beauty queen who became the fifth woman from Venezuela to capture the Miss World crown. Former Miss World 1994 Aishwarya Rai handed over her crown to Aguilera after her reign as the Miss World for a year.

Top Model of the World[edit]

She participated in Top Model of the World 1995, held in Miami, Florida, where she became Venezuela's first titleholder in history.[1]

Miss World Venezuela[edit]

Aguilera competed in 1995 as Miss Nueva Esparta in her country's national beauty pageant, obtaining the title of Miss World Venezuela and the right to represent her country in Miss World 1995.

Miss World 1995[edit]

At the Miss World Pageant on November 18, 1995 in Sun City, South Africa, she won the crown as the 45th Miss World, as well as the Photogenic award.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Presently, she operates a modeling agency in Venezuela and lives in Margarita Island, Venezuela.


  1. ^ "Top Model of the World". Top Model. Archived from the original on 26 September 2010. Retrieved 9 October 2010.
  2. ^ "Miss Venezuela is on top of the world". Press-Telegram. November 19, 1995. Retrieved 4 March 2011.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Venezuela Irene Ferreira
Miss World Americas
Succeeded by
Colombia Carolina Arango
Preceded by
India Aishwarya Rai
Miss World Photogenic
Succeeded by
Venezuela Ana Cepinska
Preceded by
France Claudine Obert
Top Model of the World
Succeeded by
Dominican Republic Selinée Méndez
Preceded by
Miranda (state) Irene Ferreira
Miss World Venezuela
Succeeded by
Nueva Esparta Ana Cepinska