Nuestra Belleza México 2011

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Nuestra Belleza México 2011
DateAugust 20, 2011[1]
PresentersJavier Poza, Jacqueline Bracamontes
EntertainmentLuis Fonsi, Telefunka, Joan Sebastian
VenueCentro Internacional de Convenciones, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico[2]
ReturnsEstado de México, Hidalgo, Quintana Roo
WinnerKarina González[3]

The 18th annual Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the Centro Internacional de Convenciones of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico on August 20, 2011. Thirty-four contestants of the Mexican Republic competed for the national title, which was won by Karina González from Aguascalientes who later competed in Miss Universe 2012 in United States where she was a Semifinalist in the Top 10. González was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Karin Ontiveros and Ximena Navarrete Miss Universe 2010. She was the first Hidrocalida to win this title.

The Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title was won by Mariana Berumen from Guanajuato who later competed in Miss World 2012 in China where she was a semifinalist in the Top 15. Berumen was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza Mundo México titleholder Gabriela Palacio and Ximena Navarrete Miss Universe 2010. She was the second Guanajuatense to win this title.

Jessica García Formenti from Baja California Sur was designated by the Nuestra Belleza México Organization as Nuestra Belleza Internacional México 2012. She competed in Miss International 2012 in Japan where she was a semifinalist in the Top 15. She was the second Sudcaliforniana to win this title.[4]

The recognition "Corona al Mérito 2011" was for Jacqueline Bracamontes, Nuestra Belleza México 2000 and actress.



Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza México 2011
Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 2011
Suplente/1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
Top 10
Top 15

Order of announcements[edit]

Preliminary competition[edit]

The Preliminary Competition was held at the Centro Internacional de Convenciones of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico a few days before to Final Competition. Prior to the final telecast, all contestants competed in swimsuit and evening gown as part of the selection for the others top 10 finalists who were revealed during the beginning of the two-hour live telecast of the Nuestra Belleza México 2011 Pageant live on Televisa on Saturday, August 20.

The Preliminary Competition was hosted by Karin Ontiveros and Jan.

The musical part was enlivened by: Telefunka.

National costume competition[edit]

In this competition the contestants are not evaluated, only the costumes. It is a competition showing the country's wealth embodied in the colorful and fascinating costumes made by Mexican designers combining the past and present of Mexico.

For the Nuestra Belleza México Organization this event is very important because it discloses the creative work of the great Mexican designers and also elects the costume to represent Mexico in Miss Universe the next year. Also, some costumes are elected to represent Mexico in other beauty contests.

The winning costume designer receives the "Aguja Diamante Award"

Final Results Contestant
Top 5

Special awards[edit]

Award Contestant
Miss Top Model
Contestants' Choice
Miss Talent
Miss Sports
Academic Award
Personality Fraiche
Steps to Fame


They were the same judges at the Preliminary and Final Competition.

Background music[edit]

  • Opening Number: "La Vida es una Pasarela" by Bianca Marroquín
  • Intermediate: "Respira" by Luis Fonsi
  • Swimsuit Competition: "Chocolate" by Telefunka
  • Honored to Ximena Navarrete: "Dios Mío, Qué Mujer" by Joan Sebastián
  • Evening Gown Competition: "Moneymoon" by Telefunka
  • Crowning Moment: "Nuestra Belleza" (Official Theme)


State Contestant Age Height
Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Laura Karina González Muñoz 20 1.76 Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Gabriela Elizabeth Delgado Rodríguez 23 1.80 Aguascalientes
Baja California Baja California Gabriela Acuña Eyraud 19 1.72 Tecate
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur Jessica Cecilia García Formetí-Canseco 21 1.78 La Paz
Campeche Campeche Karla Eugenia Buenfil Ayala 21 1.80 Campeche
Coahuila Coahuila Diana Eloísa Ávila Ibarra 23 1.74 Torreón
Colima Colima Ana Karen Martínez Salazar 18 1.72 Manzanillo
Chiapas Chiapas Kristell Padilla Sáyago 21 1.73 Tonalá
Chihuahua (state) Chihuahua María Fernanda Carranza Ramírez 22 1.73 Cd. Juárez
Mexico City Distrito Federal Mónica Gómez Ortega 20 1.72 Mexico City
Durango Durango Mónica Ivette Ayala Venegas 22 1.73 Durango
State of Mexico Estado de México Nohemí Hermosillo Villalobos 20 1.73 Toluca
Guanajuato Guanajuato Mariana Berumen Reynoso 19 1.78 León
Hidalgo (state) Hidalgo Martha Lili Marlene Rosales López 23 1.72 Pachuca
Jalisco Jalisco Lucía Silva González 20 1.72 Puerto Vallarta
Michoacán Michoacán Edna Paola Álvarez Madriz 18 1.73 Nueva Italia
Morelos Morelos Siri Mazari Lizárraga 23 1.72 Cuernavaca
Nayarit Nayarit Linda Rubí Ugarte Osuna 19 1.69 Tepic
Nuevo León Nuevo León Ivette Alejandra García De Hoyos 22 1.74 Monterrey
Nuevo León Nuevo León Ángela Anahí Cantú Sánchez 23 1.80 Guadalupe
Oaxaca Oaxaca María Teresa Raviella Guerrero 19 1.74 Río Grande
Puebla Puebla Claudia Aranza Barbosa Lima 20 1.74 Tehuacán
Querétaro Querétaro Adriana Martínez de Anda 19 1.73 Querétaro
Quintana Roo Quintana Roo Valery Antoniette Gantert Beristáin 18 1.79 Cancún
San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Lorena Alvarado Zermeño 19 1.70 San Luis Potosí
Sinaloa Sinaloa Grecia Yoselin Gutiérrez Godoy 22 1.78 Los Mochis
Sinaloa Sinaloa Paloma del Rocío Llanes Germán 18 1.70 Los Mochis
Sonora Sonora Laura Palacio Núñez 21 1.77 Puerto Peñasco
Sonora Sonora Paulina Burrola Morales 20 1.72 Hermosillo
Tabasco Tabasco Martha del Rocío Espinosa Rios 20 1.73 Villahermosa
Tamaulipas Tamaulipas Karen Alejandra Lizcano Flores 19 1.80 Tampico
Veracruz Veracruz Beatríz Adriana Zavaleta Mendoza 22 1.76 Boca del Río
Yucatán Yucatán Jessica Margarita Duarte Hermida 21 1.72 Mérida
Zacatecas Zacatecas Michelle Román Hurtado 20 1.77 Zacatecas


Returning states[edit]



  • Aguascalientes won the Nuestra Belleza México title for the first time.
  • This year the crown of Nuestra Belleza México suffers his seventh change, this new model continues today.
  • Guanajuato won the Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title for the second time (before 1998).
  • This year the crown of Nuestra Belleza Mundo México suffers his fourth change, this new model continues today.
  • Baja California Sur was appointed as Nuestra Belleza Internacional México for the second time (before 2010).
  • This year the crown of Nuestra Belleza Internacional México suffers his second change, this new model continues today.
  • Estado de México was the Suplente/1st Runner-up for the first time
  • In this edition Ximena Navarrete Miss Universe 2010 was Honored.
  • Estado de México and Quintana Roo returns to competition after two years (2009) and Hidalgo return to competition after three years (2008).
  • Jalisco was placed for the eighth consecutive year in the Top 5.
  • Aguascalientes was placed for the second consecutive year in the Top 5.
  • Jalisco and Nuevo León were placed for the ninth consecutive year.
  • Sonora was placed for the sixth consecutive year.
  • Aguascalientes and Sinaloa were placed for the fourth consecutive year.
  • Distrito Federal was placed for the third consecutive year.
  • Morelos and Baja California Sur were placed for the second consecutive year.
  • Durango returned to making calls to the semi-finals after six years (2005), Guanajuato after three years (2008) and Chiapas and Estado de México after two years (2009).
  • States that were called to the semi-finals last year and this year failed to qualify were Coahuila, Yucatán, Tamaulipas and Veracruz.
  • Aguascalientes won Miss Talent and Steps to Fame Award for the first time.
  • Distrito Federal won Miss Sports for the third time (before 2006 and 2007).
  • Durango won the Academic Award and Best National Costume for the first time.
  • Jalisco won Miss Top Model and Personality Fraiche Award for the first time.
  • Sinaloa won Contestants' Choice for the second time (before 2008).
  • The host delegate, Lucía Silva from Jalisco, won fourth place.
  • For the first time Javier Poza hosted the pageant with Jacqueline Bracamontes who was her fifth time.
  • Aguascalientes (Gabriela Delgado), Campeche (Karla Buenfil), Nuevo León (Ángela Cantú) and Tamaulipas (Karen Lizcano) are the tallest delegates in this edition (1.80 m).
  • Nayarit (Linda Ugarte), San Luis Potosí (Lorena Alvarado), Sinaloa (Paloma Llanes) and Yucatán (Jessica Duarte) are the shortest delegates in this edition (1.70 m).
  • Delegates from Campeche, Colima, Chihuahua, Distrito Federal, Hidalgo, Morelos and Tabasco were elected by designation.
  • Estado de México's contest held after 10 years of sending candidates for appointment.

Contestant notes[edit]


Contestants who have competed or will compete at other beauty pageants:

Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss International
Reina Hispanoamericana
Mexico's Next Top Model
Miss Earth México
Miss Petite Universe México
Miss Mesoamerica Internacional
  • 2015:  Sinaloa: Paloma Llanes (Winner)
Reina de la Feria de San Marcos
Señorita UANL
Nuestra Belleza Coahuila


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