This year’s hopefuls for the Miss BumBum Brazil contest has it’s official launch in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The contest we have online voting of 27 strong field to 15 finalists and the finale will happen in November.
While the ladies are going for that “WOW” factor with their belfies for the best bootylicious bottoms the promoter Cacau Oliver said, “I felt the need to reach for a new audience” his his newly added guidelines.
One of the changes is that anyone with butts that look like Kim Kardashian West are not allowed this year. Oliver said that he’s looking for more, “classic and elegant” booties.
Also, Oliver said that one contestant is a chef, a pole dance teacher and even a medical student.
The “rumpologist” Sam Amos said, “The bottom is often seen as the most attractive and powerful part of the human body.”
And he continued with saying, “Bottoms can tell you a lot about a person.”
In May, it was said that the contest even had a Brazilian contestant who had on leg. If this is true, contestant Rubia Machado will be the first disabled person to compete in Miss BumBum.
Here are a few other contestants that are other firsts or controversial in the Miss BumBum competition–
Gilliane Bonheur, 24, vowed that she is removing her silicone butt implants. Bonheur said that she doesn’t want to have an “unfair advantage.”
Rangel Carlos said that she’s currently in a polyamorous relationship with a man and a woman along with raising a child with them too.
Lastly, Playboy model Jeni Summers will make history as the first American to compete.
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