Allison Wassmer was crowned Miss Nicaragua 2021 at the end of the finals, held on August 14, 2021 at the Holiday Inn Managua – Convention Center in Managua. She succeeds Miss Nicaragua 2020 Ana Marcelo. The representative of Managua will represent Nicaragua, coming December, in the 70th edition of Miss Universe, to be held in the city of Eliat, Israel. Allison beaten five other finalists for the crown and an opportunity to represent Nicaragua at the upcoming edition of Miss Universe 2021.
She was sensitive to the covid-19 pandemic. “First of all I want to give my condolences to all the people who have lost loved ones due to this pandemic (…) tonight I urge you all to continue to have the safety and health regulations.”
Wassmer was the judges’ favorite candidate to win the Miss Nicaragua crown, being the only candidate with scores of 9 out of 10 in the three fundamental stages of the event, such as interviews before the jury, presentation in a bathing suit and parade in evening dress. The new Miss Nicaragua also received the awards for Best Smile and Best Hair. He also wore the Best National Costume, dedicated to pre-Columbian Nicaraguan pottery.
The 26-year-old beauty queen works as graphic designer specialized in photography of things after obtaining a degree in graphic design from the Universidad Centroamericana, Managua. She is an expert in Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. In 2015, she joined Joyas Esther in Managua as a community manager.
In her first words as the newly crowned Miss Nicaragua, Allison Wassmer thanked God and all of Nicaragua who supported her during her preparation. She also shared that since last year, she began to follow the contest, and her main motivation was to break with the canons of beauty. At first, she revealed she had doubts because she considered not having what it took to win the crown, however, she was filled with courage and self-confidence.*
The 2021 Miss Nicaragua 2021’s court includes:
First runner-up – Glennys Medina Segura (Rivas)
Second runner-up – Zulema Bravo (Acoyapa)