On the evening of February 16, the final of Miss Charm 2023 - the first international beauty contest founded and organized by Vietnamese people - took place in Ho Chi Minh City, with 38 finalists. The finale was broadcast live on social networking platforms such as Fanpage, YouTube...

The title of Miss Charm 2023 went to the representative of Brazil - Luma Russo (27 years old). The 1st runner-up Annabelle McDonnell (21 years old) from the Philippines and the 2nd runner-up was the representative of Indonesia - Olivia Aten (29 years old).

The top 20 contestants include representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Venezuela, Ukraine, Thailand, South Africa, Russia, Poland, Vietnam and the Philippines. 

After the swimsuit competition, the top 10 Miss Charm 2023 revealed, including contestants from Venezuela, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Colombia, the Philippines, Costa Rica, Indonesia, and Dominican Republic.

The six finalist are the beauties from Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, the Philippines, South Africa, and Indonesia. 

The top 3 finalists include Indonesia, the Philippines, and Brazil.

Russo’s victory was not controversial because the beauty queen made a good performance on the last night of the competition. On stage, other contestants were constantly cheering to congratulate the Brazilian beauty.

However, the result came as a surprise to some spectators because Missosology had earlier excluded the Brazilian beauty on the list of potential candidates. Meanwhile, Vietnamese contestant Thanh Thanh Huyen had been predicted to win the first runner-up title, but in the end she bowed out of the top 10.

Luma Russo is 1.68m tall with measurements of 89-61-92cm. The Miss Divinópolis 2019 represented her state at Miss Supranational Brazil that year.

The titles of first and second runners-up were awarded to contestants of the Philippines and Indonesia, respectively.

Miss Charm was first held in Vietnam with the aim of promoting culture, tourism and educational activities. The contest was originally scheduled to take place in 2019 but had to be delayed twice because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The winner.
The top 20 finalists.

The top ten finalists.

Top six candidates.

The top three candidates.

Huy Minh