At the recent concluded 71st Miss Universe pageant in New Orleans, which featured jaw-dropping costumes that celebrated each country’s culture and history across the globe; Hannah Iribhogbe was the unforgettable face of the giant of Africa.
Hannah Iribhogbe aka Montana Felix as a model and beauty queen who hails from Edo is more than what meets the eye.
It might come as a surprise to some or perhaps many people that beauty queens and models are not just about their stunning looks. Hannah is definitely one among many whose achievements at a pretty young age is quite shocking. But we definitely do not intend to electrocute anyone with this article.
The Nigerian actress, beauty queen, and model who represented her country at the Miss Universe 2023 in Louisiana is the founder of The Montana Initiative, an organization which has feed over 10 million children in Africa.
While Hannah has majestically competed with other models in the United States and in her homeland, she has equally done so as a business management student. This says a lot her ambition and personality.
At the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, where she competed against over 80 contestants, her empowering outfit was symbol of African strength, resilience, and perseverance.
Although Hannah didn’t make it to the top 16 contestants after the online voting poll, but did made Africa, Nigeria, and the Edo people proud of their rich cultural heritage and tradition.
Top 16 At The 71st Miss Universe
- Ndavi Nokeri – South Africa
- R’Bonney Gabriel – USA
- Kiara Arends – Aruba
- Gabriëla Dos Santos – Curacao
- María Fernanda Aristizábal – Colombia
- Andreína Martínez Founier – Dominican Republic
- Soraya Kohlmann – Germany
- Toshami Calvin – Jamaica
- Irma Cristina Miranda Valenzuela – Mexico
- Alessia Rovegno – Peru
- Celeste Cortesi – Philippines
- Telma Madeira – Portugal
- Ashley Cariño – Puerto Rico
- Anna Sueangam-iam – Thailand
- Amanda Dudamel – Venezuela
- Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Châu – Vietnam
By Elijah Christopher