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Nuestra Belleza México 2001

 

Nuestra Belleza México 2001

Nuestra Belleza México 2001
Date September 28, 2001
Presenters Lupita Jones, Alexis Ayala
Entertainment Wendy Fitzwilliam, Marco Antonio Solis
Venue Aeropuerto Internacional "Lic. Adolfo López Mateos", Toluca, Estado de México, Mexico
Broadcaster Televisa
Entrants 47
Placements 20
Withdraws Quintana Roo
Returns Aguascalientes, Baja California, Campeche, Durango, Nayarit
Winner Ericka Cruz[1]
 Yucatán

The 8th Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the Aeropuerto Internacional "Lic. Adolfo López Mateos" of Toluca, Estado de México, Mexico on September 28, 2001. Forty-seven contestants competed for the national title, which was won by Ericka Cruz from Yucatán, who later competed in Miss Universe 2002. Cruz was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Jacqueline Bracamontes. She is the first and only Yucateca and the third winner of foreign descent (she is Afro-Mexican) to win this Title.

The Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title was won by Tatiana Rodríguez from Campeche, who later competed in Miss World 2001. Rodríguez was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza Mundo México titleholder Paulina Flores. She is the first and only Campechana to win this Title.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Placements Nuestra Belleza México 1.1
    • Placements Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 1.2
    • Special Awards 1.3
  • Judges 2
  • Background Music 3
  • Contestants 4
  • Designates 5
  • Returning States 6
  • Withdrawals 7
  • Historical Significance 8
  • Contestants Notes 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Results

Placements Nuestra Belleza México

Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza México 2001
Suplente / 1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
4th Runner-up
Top 10
Top 20

Placements Nuestra Belleza Mundo México

One week before the final competition was held the semifinal competition with a live show entitled "Nuestra Belleza Mexico: Camino a Miss Mundo", here was chosen the top 21 among the 47 candidates, in which was announced the winner of the Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title, she didn't participate in the final competition because she started her preparation for the Miss World 2001. Only the top 20 participated in the final competition.

Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 2000
Suplente / 1st Runner-up
Top 21

Special Awards

Award Contestant
Miss Photogenic
Fuller Beauty Queen
Best Hair Pantene
Miss Internet
Lala Light Figure
Best National Costume

Judges

Background Music

  • Opening Number: "Nuestra Belleza México" (Official Theme)
  • Intermediate: "Call my Bluff" by Wendy Fitzwilliam
  • Intermediate: "Si no te Hubieras Ido" by Marco Antonio Solis
  • Crowning Moment: "Nuestra Belleza México" (Official Theme)

Contestants

State Contestant Age Height
(m)
Hometown
Aguascalientes María Isabel Gutiérrez Velazsco 20 1.72 Calvillo
Baja California Bibian López Vallejo 24 1.68 Mexicali
Baja California Paulina García Coronel 23 1.68 Tijuana
Baja California Sur Berenice Cosio Yee 20 1.75 La Paz
Campeche Tatiana Rodríguez Romero 20 1.74 Campeche
Coahuila Greta Galindo de la Peña 20 1.79 Torreón
Colima Laura Tayde Mancilla Alonso 21 1.68 Colima
Colima María Rosario Meza Anguiano 23 1.77 Colima
Chiapas Alejandra Paulina Zenteno Gutiérrez 20 1.74 Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Chihuahua Ericka de la Rosa Castro 20 1.71 Chihuahua
Chihuahua Nancy Cecilia Esparza Tinajero 21 1.75 Chihuahua
Chihuahua Ofelia Chávez Moreno 21 1.76 Chihuahua
Distrito Federal Gabriela Hurtado González 23 1.70 México City
Durango Jennifer López Rateike 22 1.75 Durango
Estado de México Eva Geynes Gutiérrez 24 1.68 Toluca
Guanajuato Anabel Mendoza Muñoz 21 1.73 León
Guanajuato Claudia Albo López 20 1.71 Irapuato
Guanajuato Karín Elizabeth Huerta Arredondo 23 1.69 Irapuato
Guanajuato Leticia Vanessa Jiménez 21 1.73 Guanajuato
Hidalgo Sara Guadalupe García Amador 21 1.73 Pachuca
Jalisco Ana Inés Santoyo Jasso 22 1.73 Guadalajara
Jalisco Miriam Ayala Núñez 23 1.73 Guadalajara
Jalisco Saray Alejandra Álvarez Negrete 21 1.77 Guadalajara
Morelos Belly Lizene Corona Velazco 22 1.73 Cuernavaca
Nayarit Claudia Isabel Fernández Medina 23 1.68 Tepic
Nuevo León Diana Cristina García Soto 20 1.70 Monterrey
Nuevo León Elsa Lucía Burgos Pérez 22 1.72 Monterrey
Puebla Karla Estela Gómez Monetti 23 1.68 Puebla
Querétaro Paulina Vázquez Miranda 20 1.69 Querétaro
San Luis Potosí Claudia Calvillo Martínez 23 1.74 San Luis Potosí
Sinaloa Claudia Collado Careaga 21 1.75 Los Mochis
Sinaloa Mónica Psihas González 21 1.68 Culiacán
Sinaloa Rosa Alicia León Soto 22 1.74 Mazatlán
Sonora Carmen Valeria Leyva 20 1.75 Cd. Obregón
Sonora Erika Peña Ramírez 21 1.78 Hermosillo
Sonora Lizeth Pérez Rodarte 24 1.80 Guaymas
Tabasco Alejandra Priego Canto 20 1.68 Villahermosa
Tamaulipas María Alicia Rojas Lozano 22 1.69 Tampico
Tamaulipas Mónica Aragón Herrera 21 1.68 Tampico
Tlaxcala Aline Mónica Luna Ramírez 21 1.76 Apizaco
Veracruz Adriana Loya Páez 21 1.77 Veracruz
Veracruz Andrea Pérez Verdera 21 1.77 Xalapa
Veracruz Arumi Esmeralda Vargas Andrade 20 1.70 Poza Rica
Veracruz María Andrea Macías Azuara 20 1.77 Tempoal
Veracruz Valeria Loya Herrera 20 1.71 Tuxpan
Yucatán Ericka Yadira Cruz Escalante 20 1.78 Merida
Zacatecas Noemí Dolores de la Torre Belmontes 21 1.70 Zacatecas

Designates

Returning States

Withdrawals

Historical Significance

  • Yucatán won the Nuestra Belleza México title for the first time.
  • This was the third time a Winner of Nuestra Belleza México pageant is of foreign descent (Ericka Cruz is Afro-Mexican).
  • Camepeche won the Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title for the first time.
  • Coahuila was the Suplente/1st Runner-up for the first time.
  • For the second time an Afro-Mexican compete in the Nuestra Belleza México pageant (Ericka Cruz from Yucatán, before 1999).
  • For the second consecutive year held two competitions, one semifinal (Nuestra Belleza México: Camino a Miss Mundo) and the final competition (Nuestra Belleza México).
  • Like last year, 21 delegates were chosen to participated in the final competition, but the winner of the semifinal competition wasn't involved in the final night because she started her preparation to compete in Miss World 2001.
  • That was the year with more candidates in the contest (47 Contestants).
  • For the first time Quintana Roo retires from competition.
  • Aguascalientes, Baja California, Campeche, Durango and Nayarit return to competition after two years (1999).
  • Distrito Federal and Nuevo León placed for eighth consecutive year.
  • Chihuahua placed for fourth consecutive year.
  • Sinaloa, Sonora and Tamaulipas placed for third consecutive year.
  • Coahuila, Jalisco, Veracruz and Yucatán placed for second consecutive year.
  • Guanajuato returned to making calls to the semifinals after two years (1999), while Campeche after four years (1997).
  • States that were called to the semifinals last year and this year failed to qualify were Baja California Sur, Colima, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas.
  • For the first time Alexis Ayala hosted the pageant with Lupita Jones.
  • Distrito Federal won Miss Photogenic and Fuller Beauty Queen for the first time.
  • Tamaulipas won the Best Hair Award for second time (before 1999) and Miss Internet for the first time.
  • Coahuila won the Lala Light Figure Award for the first time.
  • Yucatán won the Best National Costume for the first time.
  • The host delegate, Eva Geynes from the Estado de México, failed to place in the semifinals.
  • Sonora (Lizeth Pérez) is the higher delegate in this edition (1.80 m).
  • Baja California (Bibian López and Paulina García), Colima (Laura Mancilla), Estado de México (Eva Geynes), Nayarit (Claudia Fernández), Puebla (Karla Gómez), Sinaloa (Mónica Psihas), Tabasco (Alejandra Priego) and Tamaulipas (Mónica Aragón) are the lower delegates in this edition (1.68 m).

Contestants Notes

References

  1. ^ http://www.esmas.com/fotogaleria/index_558.html

External links

  • Official Website
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