Reina Hispanoamericana

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Reina Hispanoamericana
Formation1991; 32 years ago (1991)
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersSanta Cruz
Location
Official language
Spanish
President
Gloria De Limpias
Websitehttp://www.promocionesgloria.com

Reina Hispanoamericana (Hispanic American Queen) is an annual beauty pageant celebrating Hispanic heritage, language and culture, started in 1991 as Reina Sudamericana (South American Queen), is based in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Up to 2003 the participants were restricted to the 10 countries in South America; in 2004 participants from Panama and Costa Rica in Central America were invited; and in 2006 participants from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Portugal & Spain joined. In 2007 Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras & United States were added, and the name changed to Reina Hispanoamericana. In 2008, Curaçao and Haiti were added. In 2017, the Philippines, Canada, and Australia were added.

The pageant is organized by Promociones Gloria, based in Bolivia. More than 20 contestants participate every year. Of all the participating countries, only the Philippines is from Asia.

The current Reina Hispanoamericana is Andrea Bazarte of Mexico who was crowned on 30 October 2021 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Titleholders[edit]

Year Reina Hispanoamericana Virreina Hispanoamericana 1st Runner-Up 2nd Runner-Up 3rd Runner-Up 4th Runner-Up 5th Runner-Up 6th Runner-Up 7th Runner-Up 8th Runner-Up 9th Runner-Up
2022
2021 Andrea Bazarte[1]
 Mexico
Ana Lucia Tejeira
 Panama
Alejandra Vengoechea
 Colombia
Andrea Romero
 Venezuela
Emmanuelle Vera
 Philippines
Bruna Zanardo
 Brazil
Theresa Agonia
 Portugal
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2019 Regina Peredo
 Mexico
Gabrielle Vilela de Souza
 Brazil
Laura Claro
 Colombia
Yuanilie Alvarado
 Puerto Rico
Ketlin Lottermann
 Paraguay
Valeria Badell
 Venezuela
Maria Katrina Llegado
 Philippines
Ainara Cardaño
 Spain
Franchesca Astier
 Dominican Republic
Cassandra Cherry
 Haiti
Monserrat Báez
 United States
2018 Nariman Battikha
 Venezuela
Isabela Pandini
 Brazil
Aranza Anaid Molina Rueda
 Mexico
María Belén Alderete Gayoso
 Paraguay
Marian Joyce Prado Ribera
 Bolivia
Camila Ignacia Helfmann Pastene
 Chile
Lisseth Naranjo
 Ecuador
Gleidys Leyva
 Cuba
Jessica McFarlane
 Peru
Daniela Santeliz
 Europe
Not awarded
2017 Teresita Marquez
 Philippines
Akisha Albert
 Curacao
Maria Laís Wernner Berté
 Brazil
María Victoria D'Ambrosio Díaz
 Venezuela
Karla María López Berumen
 Mexico
Katherine Aysathu Añazgo Orozco
 Bolivia
Gladys Carredeguas
 Cuba
Daisy Lezcano
 Paraguay
Valentina Schnitzer
 Chile
Lorena Larriviere
 Peru
Not awarded
2016 Maria Camila Soleibe
 Colombia
Magdalena Chiprés
 Mexico
Mayra Alves Dias
 Brazil
Paola Antonella Massaro Escalona
 Venezuela
Raquel Pélissier Neiland
 Haiti
Lourdes Andrea Melgarejo González
 Paraguay
Sarah Loinaz Martín
 Spain
Fiorella Ximena Peirano Medina
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2015 Sofía del Prado
 Spain
Laura Leticia Garcete Riveros (Dethroned)
 Paraguay
Digene Marilyn Zimmerman (new Virreina)
 Aruba
Karielys Cuadros Rodríguez
 Venezuela
Yoana del Carmen Don Marozzi
 Argentina
Neyda Juliana Lithgow Batista
 Curacao
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2014 Romina Rocamonje
 Bolivia
Vanessa López
 Mexico
Andrea Victoria Lira Soledad
 Venezuela
Inés Carolina Panchano Lara
 Ecuador
Carolyn Désert
 Haiti
María de Lourdes Gallimore Campos
 Panama
Cindy Viviana Clavijo Chamorro
 Colombia
Raquel De Oliveira Benetti
 Brazil
Laura Melisa Mejia Muñoz
 Curacao
Not awarded Not awarded
2013 María Alejandra López
 Colombia
Yaritza Reyes
 Dominican Republic
Gabriela María Graf-Stillfried Barreto
 Venezuela
María José Barrena Medel
 Chile
Gabriela Prieto Díaz Infante
 Mexico
Suzette Eunice Rivera Sanes
 Puerto Rico
María Guadalupe González Talavera
 Paraguay
Claudia María Tavel Antelo
 Bolivia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2012 Sarodj Bertin
 Haiti
Juliana Sampaio
 Spain
Alexia Laura Viruez Píctor
 Bolivia
Stephania Sofía Vásquez Stegman
 Paraguay
Jeanine Cristiane de Castro
 Brazil
Ana Lorena Ibáñez Carles
 Panama
Damaris Aguiar
 Cuba
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2011 Evalina Van Putten
 Curacao
María Jesús Matthei
 Chile
Yessica Sharit Mouton Gianella
 Bolivia
Olga Mercedes Álava Vargas
 Ecuador
Alba Lucia Riquelme Valenzuela
 Paraguay
Alba Fortes Viñolas
 Spain
Angela Julieta Ruiz Pérez
 Venezuela
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2010 Caroline Medina
 Venezuela
Egni Eckert
 Paraguay
Maria Olivia Pinheiro Menacho
 Bolivia
Suymara Barreto Parreira
 Brazil
Raquel Lozano Fraile
 Spain
Stephany Ortega Da Costa
 Uruguay
Yesica Natalia Di Vincenzó
 Argentina
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2009 Adriana Vasini
 Venezuela
Sandra Vinces
 Ecuador
Livia da Silva Nepomuceno
 Brazil
Melodia Mir Jiménez
 Spain
Flavia Fernanda Foianini Arzabe
 Bolivia
Rocio Elizabeth Castellanos Matías
 Dominican Republic
Lina Marcela Mosquera Ochoa
 Colombia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2008 Laura Zúñiga (Dethroned)
 Mexico
Vivian Noronha (Successor)
 Brazil
Gabriela Rejala (new Virreina)
 Paraguay
Paula Andrea Díaz Galione
 Uruguay
Noemí Dominique Rosa Peltier de Liotta
 Bolivia
Ligia Elena Hernández Frías
 Venezuela
Annmarie Dehainaut Vélezmoro
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2007 Massiel Taveras
 Dominican Republic
Jane De Sousa Borges
 Brazil
Maria José Maldonado Gómez
 Paraguay
Maria Jesús Ruiz Garzón
 Spain
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2006 Francine Eickemberg
 Brazil
Ana María Ortíz
 Bolivia
Lourdes Véronica Arévalos Elías
 Paraguay
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2005 Diana Milena Cepeda
 Colombia
Priscila Del Salto
 Ecuador
Jictzad Nakarhyt Viña Carreño
 Venezuela
María Fiorella Castellano García
 Peru
Emilce Rosanna Gómez Cabral
 Paraguay
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2004 Tania Domanickzy
 Paraguay
Mónica Jaramillo
 Colombia
Maria Nuvia Montenegro Apuri
 Bolivia
Catarina de Lima Guerra
 Brazil
Lucia Alva Espinoza
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2003 Cecília Valarini
 Brazil
María Fernanda Tóndolo
 Venezuela
Karina Rebeca Buttner Naumann
 Paraguay
Aldana Joyce García Jahnsen
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2002 Marcela Ruete
 Ecuador
Irene Aguilera
 Bolivia
María Claudia Pañuela Cornejo
 Colombia
Giselle de Oliveira Leite
 Brazil
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2001 María Rocío Stevenson
 Colombia
Norelys Rodríguez
 Venezuela
Katja Alexandra Thomsen Grien
 Uruguay
Julia Román Rodríguez
 Ecuador
Paola Clarisse Coimbra Antipieff
 Bolivia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
2000 Ligia Petit
 Venezuela
Natalia Figueras
 Uruguay
Lissette Sierra Ocayo
 Chile
Claudia Andrea Araño Antelo
 Bolivia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1999 Jenny Vaca Paz
 Bolivia
Karen Larrea
 Brazil
María Laura Lugo
 Venezuela
Claudie Neyra
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1998 Susana Barrientos
 Bolivia
Daira Lambis
 Venezuela
Paola Villarroel
 Chile
Marcela Viviana Brane
 Argentina
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1997 Patricia Fuenmayor
 Venezuela
Verónica Larrieu
 Bolivia
Geraldine Olga Salmón Borja
 Peru
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1996 Helga Bauer (Dethroned)
 Bolivia
Gasbriela Vergara (Successor)
 Venezuela
Tonka Tomicic (new Virreina)
 Chile
Paula Denise Simon
 Brazil
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1995 Carolina Taís Müller
 Brazil
María Auxiliadora González
 Venezuela
Paola Cristina Torres Cala
 Colombia
Patricia Serafini Geoghegan
 Paraguay
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1994 Liliana González
 Paraguay
Solange Pastor
 Venezuela
Carla Romero
 Bolivia
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1993 Paola Vintimilla
 Ecuador
Savka Pollak
 Chile
Alicia Andrea Ramon
 Argentina
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1992 Francis Gago
 Venezuela
Raquel Chaparro
 Colombia
Karen Goudeau Matzenbacher
 Brazil
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded
1991 Patricia Godói
 Brazil
Vivian Benítez
 Paraguay
Niurka Auristela Acevedo
 Venezuela
Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded Not awarded

Country by winning the title[edit]

Country/Territory Titles Winning Year(s)
 Venezuela 7 1992, 1996,[a] 1997, 2000, 2009, 2010, 2018
 Brazil 5 1991, 1995, 2003, 2006, 2008[a]
 Bolivia 4 1996,[b] 1998, 1999, 2014
 Colombia 2001, 2005, 2013, 2016
 Mexico 3 2008,[b] 2019, 2021
 Ecuador 2 1993, 2002
 Paraguay 1994, 2004
 Philippines 1 2017
 Spain 2015
 Haiti 2012
 Curacao 2011
 Dominican Republic 2007

Participating Countries and Territories[edit]

Only the countries with historical ties with Spain are allowed to compete.

US Performance[edit]

Year US Representatives State/Country Represented Hometown Age Placement Special Award
Bolivia 2007 Sarah Heredia Flag of New York.svg New York New York City 22
Bolivia 2008 Glenys Sánchez Flag of New York.svg New York New York City 20
Bolivia 2009 Yuleiky Rocio Flag of New Jersey.svg New Jersey Perth Amboy 20
Bolivia 2010 Yildry Peña Flag of New York.svg New York New York City 18 Miss Elegance & Best Smile
Bolivia 2011 Jocell Villa Flag of California.svg California Hacienda Heights 20
Bolivia 2012 Joely Bernat Flag of New York.svg New York New York City 23 Miss Facebook
Bolivia 2013 Beverly de León Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Puerto Rico Ponce 19
Bolivia 2014 Katherine Peña Flag of New Jersey.svg New Jersey Trenton 24 Miss Congeniality
Bolivia 2015 Tamisha Rivera Flag of Florida.svg Florida Miami 23
Bolivia 2016 Susanlee Forty Flag of Florida.svg Florida Miami 20 Miss Congeniality
Bolivia 2017 Francis Bautista Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Dominican Republic Santo Domingo 21
Bolivia 2018 Alexandra Chaparro Flag of Florida.svg Florida Venezuela 28
Bolivia 2019 Monserrat Báez Flag of Arizona.svg Arizona Phoenix 19 9th Runner-Up Best Smile
Bolivia 2021 Vanessa Saavedra Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia Vichada 27

References[edit]

  1. ^ López, Jorge A. (November 1, 2021). "La mexicana Andrea Bazarte es la nueva Reina Hispanoamericana 2021". El Imparcial. Retrieved September 5, 2022.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Originally crowned 1st Runner-Up. Took over title after original winner was dethroned.
  2. ^ a b Dethroned

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