The place given to the Dominican representative at Miss Universe by Missosology

Miss Dominican Republic Universe (MissRDU) Kimberly Jimenez, continues to be in the spotlight of the pages specialized in the beauty pageant with only two days to go until the Miss Universe, which will be held on Sunday, May 16.

Among the most recognized is Missosology.org, a portal that analyzes the candidates and all the details of the contest.

The portal revealed Thursday night the 35 candidates that, according to predictions based on the analysis of experts, could advance to the semifinal and one of them take the crown, and the name of the Dominican Republic is present.

In the ranking, Kimberly Jimenez is in 24th place and is defined as one of the candidates on the rise.

In the Top 5 of her predictions to achieve the best positions and even win are: Romania, Bianca Lorena Tirsin; Puerto Rico, Estefania Soto; India, Adline Castelino; Venezuela, Mariángel Villasmil and the Philippines, Rabiya Mateo.

Kimberly Jimenez paraded this Thursday the typical sunflower costume in one of the events prior to Miss Universe 2021. It is an outfit that emulates a sunflower covered in gold and yellow rhinestones.

The costume represents the model’s all-time favorite flower, the sunflower, and was made by Axel Thomas.

She paraded it with great pride and ease, as can be seen in the videos posted on social networks.

On Sunday, 74 of the most attractive women in the world will give it all for everything at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinom in Florida, and the official presenters are Mario Lopez and Olivia Culpo.

Here is the list of the candidates, according to Missosology:

1 Romania, Bianca Lorena Tirsin

2 Puerto Rico, Estefania Soto

3 India, Adline Castelino

4 Venezuela, Mariángel Villasmil

5 Philippines, Rabiya Mateo

6 Mexico, Andrea Meza

7 South Africa, Natasha Joubert

8 Costa Rica, Ivonne Cerdas

9 Brazil, Julia Gama

10 Vietnam, Nguyễn Trần Khánh Vân

11 Thailand, Amanda Obdam

12 Australia, Maria Thattil

13 Jamaica, Miqueal-Symone Williams

14 Peru, Janick Maceta

15 Czech Republic, Klára Vavrušková

16 Nepal, Anshika Sharma

17 Colombia, Laura Olascuaga

18 France, Amandine Petit

19 Cambodia, Sarita Reth

20 Curaçao, Chantal Wiertz

21 Ukraine, Yelyzaveta Yastremska

22 Bolivia, Lenka Nemer

23 Panama, Carmen Jaramillo

24 Dominican Republic, Kimberly Jimenez

25 Indonesia, Ayu Maulida Putri

26 Spain, Andrea Martinez

27 Myanmar, Thuzar Wint Lwin

28 Great Britain, Jeanette Akua

29 Argentina, Alina Luz Akselrad

30 Nicaragua, Ana Marcelo

31 Finland, Viivi Altonen

32 Iceland, Elísabet Hulda Snorradóttir

33 Canada, Nova Stevens

34 Chile, Daniela Nicolás

35 Belize, Iris Salguero

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