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Alanis Carvalho Braz da Silva Miss Brasil de las Americas 2024



World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Alanis Carvalho Braz da Silva Miss Brasil de las Americas 2024.


Full Name: Alanis Carvalho Braz da Silva 

Title/Year: Miss Brasil de las Americas 2024

Pageant System: de las Americas

Age: 21 Years

Education Level: University education

Zodiac Sign: Virgo

Hobbies: I love running, putting on makeup, reading books, watching videos on YouTube.

Platform: Instagram @alanisbrazz

Years Competed: I have been participating in beauty contests for 5 years.

Countries Visited: Argentina.

Likes and Dislikes: I love to smile, live life intensely, enjoy every minute, I don't like negativity, things that bring us down.

Current Status: I am dating

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Can you share a bit about who you are? I'm a dreamy girl, I love traveling, one of my biggest dreams is to visit as many countries as I can, today I'm trying to achieve my goal of becoming a great professional in the field of physical education and inspiring people to take better care of themselves, not only in terms of aesthetics, but also healthy.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I’m curious about your education journey. What's it been like for you, any particular highlights or challenges?

When I studied Administration, my biggest challenge was balancing my work with my  Letter of Completion, I didn't have that much time and there were many issues to be resolved, but in the end I achieved the much-desired Approval.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Women's empowerment is such a key topic. What does it mean to you personally?

Empowerment is a current topic that directly or indirectly affects the life of any woman, and in my life it was not different, self-esteem improves, we feel more confident in going after what we want. Today I consider this something essential in my life as a dreamy woman that I am.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did you get into pageants? What sparked your interest initially?

I started in beauty contests very naturally in 2018, it was through a municipal contest that appeared in my city, I had no knowledge about contests, but it was from that moment on that the desire to know more and more awoke. , and I ended up participating because of the support I received from my family and friends.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What motivated you to participate in your first pageant? Was there a defining moment?

At that time I was going through a very difficult process in my self-esteem, due to the hair transition, I didn't want to participate for the simple reason that I didn't believe I would win with damaged hair, but my mother was a crucial person in my decision to participate.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Why did you choose to compete for your current title? What made it stand out for you?

It's an event that has always caught my attention, as it values not only facial beauty but the entire ensemble and one of the points that caught my attention the most was the incredible production of the chosen misses, I fell in love.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I'd love to know more about your pageant system. Could you explain what it’s all about?

The Miss and Mister Brasil de las Américas competition has been taking place since 2011 and its main objective is to promote Brazilian beauty and culture.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What do you think sets your pageant director apart from others?

Honesty and transparency!


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: During competitions, what are the key things you're judged on?

I was assessed on aspects such as public speaking, individual and social behavior, swimwear assessment, formal attire and social media etiquette and advertising.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What’s your competition experience been like? Any memorable moments or learnings?

I've had positive and negative experiences in Miss pageants and I learned a lot from that, which led me to my current title.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Would you recommend your pageant system to others? If so, why?

Yes, I would recommend it because it is an event that values all types of beauty and would show how it is possible to make a dream come true when you have the will and determination.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell me about your advocacy or volunteer work. What causes are you passionate about?

I don't have a social project completed yet, but I carry out some social actions in my cities on commemorative dates for needy children and I support others, including this Christmas I will deliver lunch boxes to homeless people, I am passionate about the animal cause, this is certainly one that I support very much!


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: With your title, what kinds of appearances or activities have you been involved in?

I won the contest at the beginning of November, and since then, with my title I've worked a lot in charity competitions.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Can you share some of your achievements, both in and outside of pageantry?

In recent years, my biggest achievements have been in beauty contests, such as Miss Regional 2019, top 3 in Miss Brasil Teen 2021, Miss São Paulo de Las Américas 2023 and now Miss Brasil de las Américas.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: In such a competitive field, what do you think makes you stand out?

Experience in competitions was certainly a key factor in my standing out.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I can only imagine how it feels to win. What was going through your mind when your name was announced as the winner?

It didn't sink in at that moment that my dream was being realized, but from then on, a whole movie played in my head of how much my effort over the years had been worth it.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does being a Beauty Queen mean to you?

It's about being a strong woman determined to achieve a position with the aim of inspiring other women to believe in themselves and their dreams.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How have pageants impacted your life?

They had an impact in a way that made me postpone all my other dreams, to dedicate myself fully to this goal of winning the definitive title of Miss Brasil.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How have pageants influenced your self-esteem and body image?

Competitions helped me become a confident and independent woman that nothing and no one can stop.

I became better known and a figure seen as a source of inspiration by the vast majority of girls in my region.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: You’re an inspiration to many. How does that feel, and what message do you want to share with others?

The reality is that I don't feel like a different person than others because of this, I'm just like them, the only difference is that I didn't let anyone stop me with negative words saying that I couldn't achieve everything I achieved today.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What’s your strategy for captivating the judges on stage?

Without a shadow of a doubt, my strategy is to show confidence and smile a lot.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How do you prepare for competitions? Any specific routines or practices?

I try to take care of my body through running, I avoid sweets or fats to take care of my skin, I study communication, I watch inspiration and I try to improve my catwalk.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Got any tips for nailing the perfect pageant walk?

Start modeling in high sandals, so you can feel most confident.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Choosing the right pageant dress can be crucial. What are your tips for making the best choice?

Choose a color that highlights your beauty. Try to differentiate yourself but with something beautiful and not exaggerated.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Interview rounds can be tricky. What are your strategies for a winning interview?

Including reading and studying in your routine is one of the biggest pieces of advice from communicative leaders.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Looking back, is there a moment in a competition you wish you could redo?

I believe I followed the path I was supposed to follow, so there is nothing I could have done that would change the result of a given competition, I shone in my moment.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What common mistakes do you see others making in contests?

Comparing yourself with other competitors, not communicating with other candidates, and the biggest mistake of all is not experiencing the competition intensely.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Do you have any experience in modeling or acting?

I've worked in music videos as a model and in some clothing stores, but today one of my biggest desires is to establish myself in this world by joining a modeling agency.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your plans or goals for the upcoming year as a Queen?

Participate in many events, grow on Instagram and end my reign with a flourish.


World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Finally, what kind of legacy do you hope to leave behind?

A legacy of love for others, of achievements, of unforgettable experiences.


Additional Information

- International Director: Gatsby Production - Miss Ámbar Mundial

- National Director: Ana e Bárbara - Miss Brasil de las Américas

- Local Director: Cloves Marques - Miss São Paulo de las Américas

- Pageant Website: @missbrasildelasamericas

- Photographer and Credit Details: Fotográfo Carlos Rocha

- Sponsors Acknowledgmen

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine woud like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.

Alanis Carvalho Braz da Silva Miss Brasil de las Americas 2024, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Fotográfo Carlos Rocha Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr WorldClass 2023 Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment





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