Published: Saturday 11 November, 2017

Miss International 2017 Prediction: Venezuela Emerges as Top Favorite

With just two days to go before the finals of Miss International 2017 in Japan, Miss Venezuela is predicted to win. Miss Venezuela, Diana Croce, is the top favorite for the crown according to pageant experts Missosology.

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Will Diana Croce win Miss International 2017 for Venezuela on Tuesday? (Instagram image)

Aside from Venezuela, other favorites to win Miss International 2017 are Miss Japan, Miss Spain, Miss Myanmar and Miss Lithuania.

According to Missosology, Diana Croce has been a top choice of the pageant’s sponsors and has been invited a number of time to grace their events. This is a clear indication of a contestant’s standing in the pageant. Last year, the same thing happened to Kylie Verzosa of the Philippines and she ended up winning. Before Kylie, other winners in the past have also been sponsors’ faves.

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But a close second to Miss Venezuela is local girl Natsuki Tsitsui, Miss Japan, who has been invited to sponsors’ events a number of times. It has been some time since Japan won Miss International and this year may end that drought.

Missosology’s favorites list is posted below. Miss International 2017 is on November 14, Tuesday.

1. VENEZUELA (Diana Croce)
2. JAPAN (Natsuki Tsutsui)
3. SPAIN (Elizabeth Victoria Ledesma)
4. MYANMAR (Sao Yoon Wadi)
5. LITHUANIA (Patricija Belousova)

6. INDONESIA (Kevin Lilliana)
7. COLOMBIA (Vanessa Pulgarin)
8. CANADA (Marta Magdalena Stepien)
9. PHILIPPINES (Maria Angelica De Leon)
10. SOUTH AFRICA (Tayla Skye Robinson)

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11. NEPAL (Niti Shah)
12. CZECH REP (Alice Činčurová)
13. MEXICO (Citlaly Higuera)
14. CURACAO (Chanelle De Lau)
15. UNITED KINGDOM (Ashley Powell)

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The Top 15 favorites for Miss International 2017. (Missosology image)