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Greek Model Voted 2nd Most Beautiful Man in the World

Andreas Botaitis. Photo from Botaitis’ personal Facebook account

Twenty-five-year-old Greek dietician Andreas Botaitis came in second at Wednesday’s ”Mister Universal Ambassador” competition for 2019, which took place in Tokyo, Japan.
The young Greek professional, who is currently working as a model, represented Greece in the international competition and came in at second place, behind only Josue Rodriguez from the Dominican Republic, a stylist who lives in New York City.
Botaitis competed against fourteen other gorgeous male models, from different countries around the world.
The top five finalists included the representatives of Thailand, Chile, the Dominican Republic, and Kyrgystan apart from Greece’s Botaitis.

1st Runner Up Mister Universal Ambassador🥈Second place in the world Greece 🇬🇷

Posted by Andreas Botaitis on Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Other models, from the United States, Panama, Indonesia and elsewhere also competed in this year’s event.
Botaitis represented Greece after having won the first place in Greece’s national ”Mister GS Hellas 2019” competition earlier this year.
After the end of the event it was made public that the ”Mister Universal Ambassador 2020” competition will be held in Athens, Greece next year.

Mister Universal Ambassador 2020 will be held in GREECE.

Posted by Mister Universal Ambassador on Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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