≡ Menu ≡ Menu

South Africa’s Gizzelle Uys Wins Miss Eco International 2020

South Africa’s Gizzelle Uys Wins Miss Eco International 2020 held in Egypt on Sunday, April 4 (early morning Monday, April 5, in Manila). Gizzelle succeeded Peru’s Suheyn Cipriani and bested 38 other candidates.

Philippines’ Kelley Day (1st runner-up), USA’s Alexandria Kelly (2nd runner-up), Venezuela’s Steffanía Alejandra Rodríguez (3rd runner-up) and Costa Rica’s Kristel Freeman (4th runner-up). Gizzelle succeeded Malaysia’s Amy Tinie after beating 38 other candidates in the pageant’s sixth edition.

MISS ECO INTERNATIONAL 2021: Gizzelle Uys (South Africa)
1st runner-up: Kelley Day (Philippines)
2nd runner-up: Alexandria Kelly (United States)
3rd runner-up: Steffanía Alejandra Rodríguez Vivas (Venezuela)
4th runner-up: Kristel Ruiz Freeman (Costa Rica)
TOP 10
Juthamas Mekseree (Thailand)
Yasmery Salceda (Panama)
Susan Toledo (Ecuador)
Zehra Naldemir (Belgium)
Intan Wisni Permatasari (Indonesia)
TOP 20
Shavinaa Balan (Malaysia)
Barbara Cabrera (Argentina)
Lauren Imseeh (Palestine)
Lesly Reyna Salazar (Peru)
Harshita Bhambhani (India)
Hanna Unzueta (Bolivia)
Charlotte Sophie Brooke (United Kingdom)
Jasmine Paguio (Canada)
Anissa Malagouen (Reunion Island)
Mayuko Hanawa (Japan)
Miss Eco Africa: Mauritius
Miss Eco Europe: Germany
Miss Eco Asia: Nepal
Miss Eco North America: Canada
Miss Eco South America: Bolivia
Miss Eco Islands: Reunion Island
Miss Eco Personality: Egypt
Best Smile: Malaysia
Miss Congeniality: Finland
Miss Vatika Beautiful Hair: Montenegro
Miss Photogenic: Spain
Best Eco Video: Indonesia
Best in Evening Gown: Argentina
Miss Eco Elegance: Dominican Republic
Miss Eco Top Model: Thailand
Best Eco Dress: Malaysia
Best in Talent: Japan
Best in National Costume: Philippines
Best in Resort Wear: Venezuela
Miss Eco Fitness: Palestine

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.