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After winning the crown, she filmed a movie for famed Puerto Rican director Jacobo Morales ("Linda Sara") before heading off to the Philippines to host local talk show and film several movies there.
He described his life in England, including details about his pets, children and past relationships.Eventually represented Puerto Rico in the 1993 Miss Universe contest, where she walked away with the crown.while Dayanara's story is what dreams, or novelas, are made of it is very much her reality, one that she manages with her signature grace, dignity, beauty and style.She concluded her 12th grade studies in "El Colegio Santa Rosa" in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, intending to one day attend college and become an orthodontist.But life would take her in a different and exciting direction.A doll created in her likeness (similar to a Barbie doll) was a big seller in Puerto Rico and the Philippines.
The life of Dayanara Torres reads like a modern-day fairy tale .
At the age of 17, during her senior year in high school, she was walking through the Plaza de Toa Alta when she was approached to take part in the Miss Puerto Rico pageant as a representative of her town.
not for her home town of Toa Alta and even less as a representative of Puerto Rico in the Miss Universe pageant competing with 78 women from all over the world.
Since her reign she has graced the covers of myriads of international magazines (Cosmopolitan, Vanidades, Caras, Imagen, Asian Bride, and Marie Claire, among many others) and has endorsed many products taking part in TV and print advertisements (Diet Coke, Pantene, Vidal Sassoon, Ray Ban, Banco Popular, Advil, her own doll and line of shoes, among others).
When Lisa Tycocki, 37, of Lansing was looking to try "speed dating" or pre-dating two years ago (think of it as an adult version of seven minutes in heaven, except you're sitting at a table, you're not really touching, and it costs $32), she discovered there were no events in Lansing, because there was no one to coordinate them. For posting the events in a timely matter and deciding an age range; all customer-service issues.
Yet it did come true, and in Mexico City on May 21st, 1993, Dayanara became the youngest woman ever to be chosen to be Miss Universe.