Nuestra Belleza México 2000

Nuestra Belleza México 2000
Date September 2, 2000
Presenters Lupita Jones, Gabriel Soto, Sergio Goyri
Entertainment Manuel Mijares, Francisco Céspedes, Ernesto D'Alessio, Patricio Borghetti, Jan, Innis
Venue Auditorio Emilio Sánchez Piedras, Apizaco, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Broadcaster Televisa
Entrants 43
Placements 20
Withdrawals Aguascalientes, Baja California, Campeche, Durango, Guerrero, Michoacán, Nayarit, Oaxaca
Winner Jacqueline Bracamontes[1]

The 7th Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the Auditorio Emilio Sánchez Piedras of Apizaco, Tlaxcala, Mexico on September 2, 2000. Forty-three contestants of the Mexican Republic competed for the national title, which was won by Jacqueline Bracamontes from Jalisco, who later competed in Miss Universe 2001 in Puerto Rico. Bracamontes was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Leticia Murray. She was the first Jalisciense and the second winner of foreign descent (his maternal grandparents are Belgian) and the third blonde to win this Title.

The Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title was assumed by Paulina Flores from Sinaloa after Jacqueline Bracamontes won the right to compete in Miss Universe, she had been the original winner of this title but she could not hold both titles, and then Paulina Flores as Suplente/1st Runner-up assumed this Title. She later competed in Miss World 2000 in United Kingdom. She was the first Sinaloense to win this Title.

The Nuestra Belleza Internacional México title (Best Hair Pantene) was won by Lilián Villanueva from Quintana Roo, and she would compete in Miss International 2001 in Japan but the Nuestra Belleza México Organization lost the franchise of this international event this year and then she did not compete. Villanueva is the first and only Quintanarroense to win this Title.

After three years, two events were held separately to select the two winners for the titles Nuestra Belleza México and Nuestra Belleza Mundo México.


Placements Nuestra Belleza México

Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza México 2000
Suplente/1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
4th Runner-up
Top 10
Top 20

Order of announcements

Top 10

  1. Sonora
  2. Distrito Federal
  3. Chihuahua
  4. Zacatecas
  5. Jalisco
  6. Quintana Roo
  7. Sinaloa
  8. Distrito Federal
  9. Sinaloa
  10. Nuevo León

Top 5

  1. Zacatecas
  2. Jalisco
  3. Sonora
  4. Quintana Roo
  5. Sinaloa

Nuestra Belleza Mundo México

After three years, returned to take place the semi-final competition entitled "Nuestra Belleza Mexico: Rumbo a Miss Mundo" here was chosen the Top 20 among the 43 candidates, in which was announced the winner of the Nuestra Belleza Mundo México title Jacqueline Bracamontes, a week later she won the title of Nuestra Belleza México and then her Suplene/1st Runner-up Paulina Flores from Sinaloa assumed the Title, who curiously was also the Suplente/1st Runner-up in the final competition. Only the top 20 participated in the final night.

The Nuestra Belleza Mundo México pageant was held at the Auditorio Emilio Sánchez Piedras of Apizaco, Tlaxcala, Mexico and was hosted by Joana Benedek and Alexis Ayala. It was officially the 3rd edition of the "Nuestra Belleza Mundo México" contest and as an official separate pageant to choose Mexico's representative to Miss World. Although the Winner of this event also competed in the final night competition.

The musical part was enlivened by: Pablo Montero.

Final Results Contestant
Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 2000
(Later crowned as Nuestra Belleza México 2000)
Suplente/1st Runner-up
(Later assumed Title as Nuestra Belleza Mundo México 2000)
Top 20

Order of announcements

Top 20

  1. Coahuila
  2. Baja California Sur
  3. Sonora
  4. Nuevo León
  5. Veracruz
  6. Sinaloa
  7. Chihuahua
  8. Distrito Federal
  9. Zacatecas
  10. Sinaloa

  1. Yucatán
  2. Colima
  3. Nuevo León
  4. San Luis Potosí
  5. Tamaulipas
  6. Sinaloa
  7. Jalisco
  8. Querétaro
  9. Quinatana Roo
  10. Distrito Federal

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Photogenic
  •  Sonora – Ana Astiazarán
Trident Smile
Best Hair Pantene
Edoardos Model
  •  Sonora – Ana Astiazarán
Miss America Online
Miss St. Ives
Best Communicator
  •  Chihuahua – Erika Valenzuela
Lala Light Figure
  •  Sinaloa – Minerva Rivera
Skin Hinds
  •  Jalisco – Libertad Godínez
Best National Costume
  •  San Luis Potosí – Marisel Puebla
    • "Diosa Canhuitz"


Preliminary competition

Final competition

Background music


State Contestant Age Height
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur Rosalinda Wayas Barroso 20 1.70 La Paz
Baja California Sur Baja California Sur Yessenia Moreno Castro 22 1.75 Los Cabos
Coahuila Coahuila Alma Mireya Cantú García 20 1.85 Torreón
Coahuila Coahuila Dulce René Ríos Torres 21 1.81 Torreón
Coahuila Coahuila María Elena Villalobos Sosa 24 1.70 Torreón
Colima Colima Martha Yadira Martínez 23 1.78 Colima
Chiapas Chiapas Ileana Ruíz Amaya 20 1.69 Chiapas
Chihuahua (state) Chihuahua Erika Valenzuela Ortega 21 1.75 Chihuahua
Chihuahua (state) Chihuahua Mirta Janet Bojórquez Loya 23 1.72 Chihuahua
Mexico City Distrito Federal Arcelia Alverdi Luna 23 1.74 Mexico City
Mexico City Distrito Federal Connie Velázquez Maya 21 1.75 Mexico City
Mexico City Distrito Federal Mónica Portillo Escandón 23 1.74 Mexico City
Mexico City Distrito Federal Paola Hinojosa Martínez 20 1.73 Mexico City
State of Mexico Estado de México Airam García Cárdenas 20 1.76 Toluca
State of Mexico Estado de México Susana Arlett Diazayas Jimeno 21 1.69 Toluca
Guanajuato Guanajuato Esmeralda Marún Rodríguez 21 1.73 León
Hidalgo (state) Hidalgo Marisol Mandujano Cerrilla 21 1.72 Huejutla
Jalisco Jalisco Jacqueline Bracamontes van Hoorde 20 1.71 Guadalajara
Jalisco Jalisco Libertad Godínez Herrera 20 1.77 Zapopan
Morelos Morelos Alinne Shedid Harnen 20 1.70 Cuernavaca
Nuevo León Nuevo León Gisela Patricia Oviedo Garza 23 1.73 Monterrey
Nuevo León Nuevo León Verónica Gutiérrez de la Fuente 24 1.74 Monterrey
Puebla Puebla Penelope García Gutiérrez 20 1.74 Puebla
Querétaro Querétaro María Antonieta Fierro Aguilera 20 1.73 Querétaro
Quintana Roo Quintana Roo Lilián Jesús Villanueva Chan 20 1.72 Chetumal
San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Marisel Puebla Juárez 21 1.71 San Luis Potosí
Sinaloa Sinaloa María González Corrales 20 1.80 Culiacán
Sinaloa Sinaloa Minerva Rivera Mendiola 22 1.69 Los Mochis
Sinaloa Sinaloa María Janeth Valenzuela 22 1.68 Culiacán
Sinaloa Sinaloa Paulina Flores Arias 20 1.77 Culiacán
Sonora Sonora Ana Lourdes Astiazarán Nieves 20 1.80 Hermosillo
Sonora Sonora Karla Jazmín Arias Amarillas 20 1.76 Cd. Obregón
Sonora Sonora Rubi López Ureña 21 1.71 Nogales
Tabasco Tabasco Elsa Villanueva González 21 1.72 Tenosique
Tamaulipas Tamaulipas Gabriela Josefina Soberón García 20 1.69 Reynosa
Tamaulipas Tamaulipas Minerva Ivette Quintanilla Barrios 21 1.75 Reynosa
Tlaxcala Tlaxcala María Guadalupe Lozada Díaz 21 1.79 Tlaxcala
Veracruz Veracruz Emily Beer Ricco 21 1.70 Coatzacoalcos
Veracruz Veracruz Luz Amelia Bulnes Talavera 23 1.80 Córdoba
Yucatán Yucatán Evelyn Esther López Pacheco 24 1.70 Mérida
Yucatán Yucatán Selena del Pilar Monsreal Vera 21 1.72 Mérida
Zacatecas Zacatecas Daniella Rubio Maldonado 20 1.77 Fresnillo
Zacatecas Zacatecas Eva Ruíz Torres 20 1.74 Zacatecas


  •  Baja California Sur – Rosalinda Wayas
  •  Coahuila – Dulce Ríos
  •  Coahuila – María Villalobos
  •  Chihuahua – Mirta Bojórquez
  • Mexico City Distrito Federal – Paola Hinojosa
  • Mexico City Distrito Federal – Mónica Portillo
  • Mexico City Distrito Federal – Connie Velázquez
  • State of Mexico Estado de México – Airam García
  •  Jalisco – Libertad Godínez
  •  Nuevo León – Gisela Oviedo

  •  Sinaloa – María González
  •  Sinaloa – Minerva Rivera
  •  Sinaloa – María Valenzuela
  •  Sonora – Karla Arias
  •  Sonora – Rubí López
  •  Tamaulipas – Minerva Quintanilla
  •  Veracruz – Luz Amelia Bulnes
  •  Yucatán – Selena Monsreal
  •  Zacatecas – Daniela Rubio


  •  Aguascalientes
  •  Baja California
  •  Campeche
  •  Durango

  •  Guerrero
  •  Michoacán
  •  Nayarit
  •  Oaxaca

Historical significance

Contestant notes


Contestants who previously competed or will compete at other beauty pageants:

Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss Costa Maya International
  • 2001:  Yucatán: Evelyn López
Reinado Internacional de las Flores
Reinado Internacional del Café
  • 2001:  Zacatecas: Eva Ruiz (1st Runner-up)
Miss Mesoamérica


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