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Priscilla Meirelles
Beauty pageant titleholder
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Miss Earth 2004
Birth name Priscilla Meirelles Almeida
Alias(es) Priscilla Meirelles
Birthdate September 5, 1983 (1983-09-05) (age 26)
Birthplace Manaus, Brazil
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Major competition(s) Miss Earth 2004 (Winner), Miss Globe 2003 (Winner)

Priscilla Meirelles Almeida (born September 5, 1983), from Brazil, won the 2004 Miss Earth pageant held in the Philippines. In winning Miss Earth, Brazil became the first country to win the "Big Four" in beauty pageants. She is 5'10" tall with a 35"-24"-35" figure also claimed the Best in National Costume Award. She also won the Miss Globe 2003 pageant.

Priscilla co-hosted the Miss Earth pageant coronation night for two succeeding years. She first co-hosted the Miss Earth 2006 won by Hil Hernández of Chile that took place on November 26, 2006 in the grounds of the National Museum in Manila, Philippines.[1] and Miss Earth 2007 won by Jessica Trisko of Canada, which took place on November 11, 2007 at the University of the Philippines Theater in Quezon City, Philippines.[2]

Beauty pageant

In 2003, Priscilla Meirelles represented the State of Amazon in Miss Globe Brazil held on March 15 that year in Brasilia, and was elected, then won the 2003 Miss Globe pageant in Antalya, Turkey on July 25 the same year[3]. On July 28, 2004 she won the Beleza Brazil pageant, held in Belo Horizonte and on October 24, 2004 she became the first Brazilian to be crowned Miss Earth, held in Quezon City (Philippines).

Preceded by
Jennifer Schooler
Miss Globe International
2003
Succeeded by
Kristina Slavinskaya
Preceded by
Dania Prince
Miss Earth
2004
Succeeded by
Alexandra Braun

References

  1. ^ Adina, Armin (2006-11-28). "Chile beauty is Miss Earth". Inquirer Entertainment. http://showbizandstyle.inquirer.net/entertainment/entertainment/view_article.php?article_id=35138. Retrieved 2008-08-29.  
  2. ^ Yazon J., Giovanni Paolo (2007-11-18). "Miss Earth 2007: A night of surprises". Manila Standard Today. http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?page=goodLife3_nov17_2007. Retrieved 2008-08-29.  
  3. ^ Miss Globe Official Website
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