Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Marelisa Gibson

Beauty Pageant Titleholder
Marelisa Gibson 
Personal Information

Birth name                        Marelisa Gibson Villegas
Birth date                         August 26, 1988
Birth place                        Caracas, Venezuela
Occupation                       Model
Education                         Architecture at the Central University of Venezuela.
Language                          Spanish, English and French.
Height                              1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Hair color                         Brown
Eye color                          Brown
Title(s)                              Miss Miranda 2009
Miss                                 Venezuela 2009

Marelisa Gibson Villegas, is a model and Miss Venezuela 2009 from Caracas, Venezuela) Gibson also won the "Best Face" award. She will represent Venezuela in the 2010 Miss Universe pageant, Where she will try to win a third consecutive crown for her country. Gibson studies Architecture at the Central University of Venezuela, in Caracas. She speaks Spanish, English and French. She became the sixth Miss Miranda to win that title since the Miss Venezuela pageant first began in 1952. Her hobbies include Theater and Photography.

Reentry into the final pageant is rare, although the rules are arbitrary and not as restrictive as those in other countries. Only one contestant has ever participated in the official Miss Venezuela pageant twice: Maria Fernanda Leon, who represented Guárico in 1999 and Portuguesa in 2002. Aida Yespica competed in Miss Venezuela World 2001 but withdrew before being assigned a state for the final pageant her year; she returned in Miss Venezuela 2002 for Amazonas state.

The majority of the contestants in 2000 and 2001 competed in both the Miss Venezuela World and Miss Venezuela contests of their respective years; they were assigned numbers for the Miss World preliminary, with the most desirable contestants being allowed to proceed to the final Miss Venezuela pageant with state titles. The ten contestants for Miss Bolivarian Republic of

Venezuela (Miss Venezuela for Miss Universe 2000) and the six for Miss Venezuela Mundo 2006 (Miss Venezuela for Miss World 2006) were "recycled" from previous years. This situation was expected to be repeated during the 2007 pageant, in which some contestants were expected to compete again, though it didn't happen.


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