Friday, 13 March 2015

Dzejla Glavovic

                Dzejla Glavovic

                  Dzejla Glavovic

Dzejla Glavovic is a worldwide glamorous lady and a Bosnian style model. She was delegated in the Philippines as the second Miss Earth speaking to her nation Bosnia and Herzegovina and turned into the first Bosnian lady to win a noteworthy universal title in magnificence challenge. 

Miss Earth 2002 

Glavovic won the second version of Miss Earth, a yearly global magnificence show advancing natural mindfulness. She made it to the beginning cut of ten semi-finalists and contended in the customary bathing suit, meeting, and night outfit rivalries. 

She progressed to the main four in the last question and reply round. In the last fragment of the opposition, the court of four were posed one question, "Which has more criticalness in your life: the day break or the dusk?" Glavovic replied: 

"Obviously dawn; individuals have a tendency to be sentimental amid first light, something that symbolizes another day and another life. Notwithstanding, its not about dawn or nightfall yet about the earth and we need to quit talking, begin acting." 

She set the most noteworthy score in the meeting round and at the finish of the second release of Miss Earth exhibition, she was delegated Miss Earth 2002 by the friendly titleholder Catharina Svensson, which was held in Quezon City, Philippines on October 20, 2002. 

She was the first delegate from her nation, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to win a title from one of the four noteworthy universal excellence exhibitions specifically: Miss Earth, Miss International, Miss Universe, and Miss World. 

Beside winning the Miss Earth 2002 title, Glavović likewise won the Miss Talent uncommon grant. 

In 2002, three of the "Huge Four" universal exhibition champs originate from overwhelming Muslim nations: Glavović, who won at Miss Earth Christina Sawaya of Lebanon, who won Miss International 2002, and Azra Akın of Turkey, who won Miss World 2002. 

Džejla was the first Miss Earth exhibition victor to be ousted on May 28, 2003, being succeeded by her first-runner up,Winfred Omwakwe of Kenya. This came around the same time when an alternate show victor, Miss Universe's Oxana Fedorovawas ousted. Merry go round Productions, the show coordinator, refered to her inability to satisfy her obligations as the principle explanation behind her unseating. Initially runner-up from Kenya, Winfred Omwakwe, assumed control over the position of Miss Earth 2002. Omwakwe was formally delegated as the new Miss Earth 2002 on August 7, 2003 at the Carousel Gardens in Mandaluyong City, Philippi


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