Nuestra Belleza México 2005

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Nuestra Belleza México 2005
Date September 2, 2005
Presenters Ernesto Laguardia, Paulina Flores, Silvia Salgado, Jacqueline Bracamontes, Vilma Zamora, Tania Vázquez
Entertainment Elefante
Venue Antiguo Taller de Locomotoras, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Broadcaster Televisa
Entrants 33
Placements 20
Withdrawals Chihuahua, Guerrero, San Luis Potosí
Returns Aguascalientes, Estado de México, Morelos, Querétaro, Quintana Roo
Winner Priscila Perales[1]
 Nuevo León

The 12th Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the Antiguo Taller de Locomotoras of Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico on September 2, 2005. Thirty-three contestants of the Mexican Republic competed for the national title, which was won by Priscila Perales from Nuevo León, who later competed in Miss Universe 2006 in United States where she was a Semifinalist in the Top 10. Perales was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Laura Elizondo. She was the third Neoleonesa to win this title.

The Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title was won by Karla Jiménez from Puebla, who later competed in Miss World 2006 in Poland where she was a Semifinalist in the Top 17. Jiménez was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza Mundo México titleholder Dafne Molina. She was the second Poblana to win this title.

This year established the "Reina de Un Millón", a new prize structure that encourages more quality and participation of young Mexican and get the public's interest for our representatives at international events.

The recognition "Corona al Mérito 2005" was for Blanca Soto, Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 1997, Miss Verano Viña del Mar 1997 and International Top Model.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza México 2005
Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 2005
Suplente/1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
Top 10
Top 20

Order of announcements[edit]

Preliminary Competition[edit]

For the third consecutive time, the Preliminary Competition was held at the "Hoy" TV Show a few days before to final competition. Prior to the final telecast, all contestants competed in swimsuit during the preliminary competition, included corporal expression category.

In this program were chosen the Top 20 among the 33 candidates. Only the top 20 participated in the final night. The Preliminary Competition was hosted by Andrea Legarreta and Ernesto Laguardia.

Order of announcements[edit]

In addition, the names of the semifinalists who would compete on the final night they met.

Special awards[edit]

Award Contestant
Miss Top Model
Contestants' Choice
Miss Talent
Miss Sports
Miss Academic Award
Miss Photogenic
Best Hair Palmolive Optims
Best Skin Palmolive Naturals
Fuller Beauty Queen

Judges[edit]

Preliminary Competition[edit]

Final Competition[edit]

Background music[edit]

  • Elefante

Contestants[edit]

State Contestant Age Height
(m)
Hometown
Aguascalientes Aguascalientes Vanessa Castro Delgado 18 1.68 Aguascalientes
Baja California Baja California Marcela Rubio Villarreal 22 1.74 Mexicali
Baja California Baja California Yovana Torres Ortiz 23 1.70 Tijuana
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur Daniela de Jesus Cosio 19 1.80 La Paz
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur Irina Trasviña Mar 23 1.74 La Paz
Campeche Campeche Sonia Tatúa Castilla 20 1.70 Campeche
Coahuila Coahuila Aminé Gómez Reynoso 20 1.70 Torreón
Coahuila Coahuila Ana Isabel Muñoz Ortíz 18 1.76 Torreón
Coahuila Coahuila Bessie Batarse Moore 21 1.75 Torreón
Mexico City Distrito Federal Priscila Alejandra González Valles 19 1.80 Mexico City
Mexico City Distrito Federal Stephanie Pavlovich Rosas 20 1.74 Mexico City
Durango Durango Arlene Nevarez Ortega 18 1.74 Durango
State of Mexico Estado de México Tánneke Mariscal Gutiérrez 22 1.73 Toluca
Guanajuato Guanajuato Ángela Sandoval Cantú 21 1.69 León
Guanajuato Guanajuato Fernanda Verdín Martínez 19 1.76 León
Jalisco Jalisco Ana Paola Sifuentes Gutiérrez 20 1.76 Guadalajara
Jalisco Jalisco Karina López Pérez 22 1.78 Jalostotitlán
Michoacán Michoacán Vanessa Paredes Soto 23 1.70 Huetamo
Morelos Morelos Natalia Pérez Suárez 22 1.76 Cuernavaca
Nayarit Nayarit Yisa Daniela Ortiz Palacios 19 1.70 Tepic
Nuevo León Nuevo León Silvia Priscila Perales Elizondo 22 1.74 Monterrey
Puebla Puebla Irantzú Herrero Eguíluz 21 1.70 Puebla
Puebla Puebla Karla Verónica Jiménez Amezcua 22 1.69 Puebla
Querétaro Querétaro Diana Pereyra San Román 19 1.85 Querétaro
Quintana Roo Quintana Roo Erika Argüello Loria 19 1.68 Chetumal
Sinaloa Sinaloa Alondra del Carmen Robles Dobler 18 1.75 Mazatlán
Sonora Sonora Ana Patricia Gámez Montes 18 1.73 Navojoa
Sonora Sonora Jazmín Hurtado Parker 20 1.73 Hermosillo
Tamaulipas Tamaulipas Julia Muñoz González 21 1.72 Tampico
Tamaulipas Tamaulipas Lorena Ramos Paredes 20 1.73 Matamoros
Veracruz Veracruz Cindy Cajuste Sequeira 22 1.78 Poza Rica
Yucatán Yucatán Mariana Ancona García 21 1.77 Mérida
Zacatecas Zacatecas Diana Karimen Jiménez Pérez 21 1.75 Zacatecas

Designates[edit]

Returning states[edit]

Withdrawals[edit]

Significance[edit]

  • Nuevo León won the Nuestra Belleza México title for the third time (before 1997 and 1998).
  • Puebla won the Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title for the second time (before 2002).
  • Baja California Sur was the Suplente/1st Runner-up for the first time.
  • For the third time an Afro-Mexican compete in the Nuestra Belleza México pageant (Cindy Cajuste from Veracruz, before 1999 and 2001).
  • For the first time Chihuahua retires from competition.
  • Aguascalientes, Estado de México, Puebla, Yucatán and Zacatecas return to competition after two years (2003), and Morelos, Puebla, Querétaro and Quintana Roo after three years (2002).
  • Tamaulipas placed for seventh consecutive year.
  • Distrito Federal, Jalisco and Nuevo León placed for third consecutive year.
  • Zacatecas placed for second consecutive year.
  • Baja California Sur and Quintana Roo returned to making calls to the semifinals after five years (2000), Morelos after three years (2002), Aguascalientes, Baja California, Durango, Guanajuato, Puebla, Zacatecas and Yucatán after two years (2003).
  • States that were called to the semifinals last year and this year failed to qualify were Coahuila, Michoacán and Veracruz.
  • For third consecutive time Ernesto Laguardia hosted Nuestra Belleza México, second time with Silvia Salgado and for the first time with Jacqueline Bracamontes, Paulina Flores, Vilma Zamora and Tania Vázquez.
  • Baja California Sur won Miss Top Model for the first time.
  • Puebla won Miss Talent for the first time.
  • Yucatán won the Academic Award for the first time.
  • Tamaulipas won Contestants' Choice award for the first time.
  • Baja California won Miss Sports for the first time.
  • Nuevo León won Miss Photogenic for third time (before 1997 and 1998).
  • Guanajuato won the Best Hair Award for the first time.
  • Nuevo León won Fuller Beauty Queen Award for second time (before 2003).
  • Distrito Federal won the Skin Hinds Award for the first time.
  • The host delegate, Vanessa Castro from Aguascalientes, placed to semifinals.
  • Baja California Sur (Daniela Cosio) and Distrito Federal (Priscila González) are the higher delegates in this edition (1.80 m).
  • Aguascalientes (Vanessa Castro) and Quintana Roo (Erika Argüello) are the lower delegates in this edition (1.68 m).

Contestants notes[edit]

Crossovers[edit]

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

Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss International
Miss Continente Americano
Miss Atlántico Internacional
Nuestra Belleza Latina
Miss Tourism Queen International
Reinado Internacional del Café
Miss Costa Maya International
  • 2006:  Veracruz: Cindy Cajuste (1st Runner-up)
Miss Turismo México
Nuestra Belleza Nuevo León

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