Brazil's Giovanna Casagrande crowned Miss Teen Earth 2019 held in Ecuador
New Delhi : Giovanna Casagrande from Brazil has been crowned Miss Teen Earth 2019 at a spectacular event in Ecuador, South America. Miss Teen Air, Water and Fire were awarded to participants from Mexico, Paraguay and Philippines respectively. Organised by Rodrigo Moreira, this is one of the top seven beauty pageants for teenagers in the world.
Bhavna Jain, Miss Teen Fire 2018, from India was happy to pass on her title to the Philippines as they celebrate being the powerhouse Asian countries of the beauty pageant.
Jasmeet Kaur, the director of Miss Teen India Earth International, after the event, said, "The new winners are very beautiful and I am happy that they also have a very good social cause to save the environment."
As the mother of Teen Universe 2017, Srishti Kaur, Jasmeet Kaur has always felt the need to support charitable acts through pageant winners. Together they have a school for the underprivileged and supported tree plantations along with various other charities.
Responding to the question from India's leading international pageant mentor and designer Melvyn Noronha, "What is the most important thing that the youth can teach elders to stop pollution?"
Miss Teen Brazil's award-winning answer was, "The youth can teach the elders the importance of curbing the pollution of right now, we are a fast generation and if we act now, and don't wait to act in the future, the change will start coming now."
The Miss Teen Earth pageant had delegates participating in the activities and group discussions on ways to save the environment. They also took part in beach and city clean up drives. To further extend the message of their mission across the globe, the next edition of the contest i.e. Miss Teen Earth 2020 will be held in Colombia.