Wednesday, November 9, 2011

MISS WORLD 21-yr-old Venezuelan orphan Ivian Sarcos wins Miss World 2011

Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares, (born July 26, 1989, in Guanare, Portuguesa, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan beauty queen who won the Miss World 2011 and Miss World Venezuela 2010 titles. Ivian is a Diplomacy student who stands 1.80 m (5'11") tall. She was studying to be a nun. Being an orphan at the age of 8 as her parents passed away, Sarcos was raised by the nuns in a convent in Cojedes. She intended to become a nun, but she eventually gave up the idea and realized that her appearance would give her a chance to become famed and she started her career as a model.

Sarcos Ivián devoted to Venezuela with a record of six world crowns in addition to six universal crowns after winning the Miss World 2011 held in London, England. The success of this 22 year old Portuguese native state binds to the two previous consecutive Dayana Mendoza in 2008 and Stefania Fernandez at the 2009 Miss Universe pageant, which places Venezuela in a place of honor in the field of beauty and Venezuelan women projection, which is compounded by the involvement of Jessica Barboza, Miss Venezuela International 2010 in the Miss International 2011 held in this day remained in the first finalist. Ivián qualified for the final test of talent within the framework of the preliminary competitions for the world crown of beauty to present a dance number inspired by the Yekuana, índigena dance that was prepared by Daniela Tuguez, Director of Dance group "Venezuela Viva".

Since classified as Miss Venezuela in the Miss World Venezuela 2010, Ivián declared that his life took a complete turnaround since early 2011 created a foundation called "Beauty with a Purpose" chaired by herself, whose main purpose is charitable and social assistance to people living in extreme poverty. Ivián also a member of the Foundation "Skin Bank of Venezuela" in performing nursing tasks and support to patients with skin lesions. "We are extremely proud to win the Miss World Ivián, a superb candidate who also has a strong commitment in the social area in which we are focusing on with great interest in the training of our girls for there is no doubt that it is a priority area for our society, and an example and inspiration to all young people wishing participate in the Miss Venezuela pageant, "said Osmel Sousa, President of Miss Venezuela Organization, who accompanied Ivian during the event. Venezuela will continue to be remembered in history as the country that wins the highest marks in terms of beauty, in 2008 and 2009 with the Guinness world record obtained Dayana Mendoza and Stefania Fernandez under for the first time in history a country for two consecutive years won the Miss Universe crown, and on this occasion, Miss Venezuela World gets the sixth title of Miss World.

Became known results of the international beauty contest " Miss World 2011 "held in London. Winner of the title "Miss World 2011" was the Venezuelan Ivian Sarkos (Ivian Sarcos). Now Venezuela has six victories at the "Miss World", which is a record of the contest.

Ivian Sarkos was born July 26, 1989 in a large family, she has 12 brothers and sisters. Not surprisingly, Ivian established its own fund to help children and is going to devote his entire life working with children.

Hobbies winner of the title "Miss World 2011": volleyball, mountain climbing and hiking. Ivian Sarkos very religious, the most memorable moment in her life, she finds her first day of communion in the church.

Sarcos Colmenares, an admirer of Alejandro Sanz, said that she wants to use her title to help people.

"Winning means everything for me and I hope to take advantage of it in a productive way. I'm incredibly happy to have won, and I have to say there were some fantastic girls (in the pageant)," Sarcos Colmenares said.

"The first thing and what I want to do most is help people in need. I want to help people like me - I grew up an orphan - and I would also like to help the elderly and teenagers with problems and everyone I can," the young Venezuelan, who was left an orphan when she was 8 years old and at one time thought of becoming a nun, said.

The event, at which the youthful beauties posed in gowns of all different styles and colors, took place at the Earls Court Exhibition Center in London, the city where the pageant originated 60 years ago.

The winner will spend a year visiting different beneficent projects around the world.

1 comment:

  1. We Venezuelans see those people as the perfect women. When you live in a country where a beautiful Venezuelan Women has greater career prospects