Monday 14 June 2021

Miss Venezuela, Costa Rica Can Win If I Let Her!

Miss Venezuela Migbelis Castellanos talks to the press in Miami.
Miss Venezuela Migbelis Castellanos talks to the press in Miami.

COSTA RICA EXTRA – Miami, Florida. No doubt Migbelis Castellanos, Miss Venezuela, knows the role she is playing: the villain.

Why? Upon entering the Airport Crowne Plaza in Miami, she knew how to get the attention of the cameras. In a charming and humorous tone, he best role is one of the villain of the movie, aware that her story could have a sad ending for her, doubt that Venezuela could take the crown two years in a row.

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With only days to go before the big night Sunday, Castellanos says the mood is quiet among the girls, “I haven’t seen shoes flying yet.”

The Miss Universe contestant admits that the political situation gripping her country at the moment affects her, given there are many Venezuelans in Doral, Florida, the press takes note of her.

Castellanos said her favourites to take the crown are Ecuador and Costa Rica.

But why Costa Rica?

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“Ay! Costa Rica es una niña completa (Miss Costa Rica an overall girl). Besides when she talks to you she projects a lot of self-confidence,” says Castellanos of Costa Rica’s Karina Ramos.

The Miss Venezuela added that Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Panama, have a good chance as well.

As a salute to all Costa Ricans, Castellanos said Mis Costa Rica is doing very well, “she is capable of taking the crown. If I let her!”

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