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Miss BumBum Runner Up Sets Sights On Becoming President

Story ByMichael Leidig, Sub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyNewsflash

Gorgeous Miss BumBum 2021 runner-up Juh Campos has revealed that she plans to run as Brazil’s president in the near future.

The curvy model had previously put herself forward as a local councillor for the Social Christian Party, however she failed to get enough public support and ended up becoming her party’s first alternate councillor with 207 votes.

The 29-year-old law student, who comes from the northern Brazilian state of Roraima, recently revealed that she one day hopes to become president, adding: “I really believe in the improvement of our Brazil as it cannot continue as it is.

Miss BumBum second-place winner, Juh Campos who plans to be Brazil president. (eujuhcampos/Newsflash)

“Brazil only needs a president who is committed to our nation. Hope is deep in the heart of every Brazilian.”

When the Miss BumBum stunner was asked what she stands for politically, she replied: “Improvements in education, better employment opportunities and above all, health.”

On 5th July, Campos was pipped to the Miss BumBum crown by Lunna LeBlanc, who was representing the south-eastern Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.

Miss BumBum second-place winner, Juh Campos who plans to be Brazil president. (eujuhcampos/Newsflash)

LeBlanc tied with Campos at the voting stage of the competition – with both contestants on 131 points.

However, it was LeBlanc, whose hips measure 106 centimetres (41.7 in), who won over the grand jury of eight on the night.

For winning the 10th edition of the contest, she was awarded BRL 50,000 (GBP 6,971) in advertising contracts.

Miss BumBum second-place winner, Juh Campos who plans to be Brazil president. (eujuhcampos/Newsflash)

The night did not pass without controversy, however, with contestant Taty Sindel running up to runner-up Campos moments after the crowning of the winner.

The dancer, model and influencer, who was representing the north-eastern Brazilian state of Paraiba, removed Campos’ sash and threw it to the ground, shouting “this is robbery” before being removed by security.

Michael Leidig

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