Most Beautiful Women of Romania

Most Beautiful Women of Romania

Romania is known for the extreme grace of Nadia Comaneci and the extreme terror of Count Dracula. Perhaps, it’s time to get to know the country’s extremely gorgeous women. Here is a list of the top  most beautiful women of Romania.

Catrinel Menghia

Catrinel Menghia

Catrinel Menghia is a fashion and swimsuit model from Iasi. She rose to prominence after finishing in third place in the Supermodel of Romania competition when she was only 16 years old. She then won the Model of the Year Award in her country the following year. She then appeared in a music video for the Romanian band called Krypton. She has done an advertising campaign for Fiat and has appeared on several publications, including FHM, Maxim and Fitness magazines. She has also appeared in the 2006 and 2009 swimsuit editions of Sports Illustrated magazine. Menghia is also the face of Giorgio Armani and Lise Charmel, a French lingerie brand.

Alina Puscau

Alina Puscau is a model, actress and singer. She burst into the limelight in 1998 when she won the Elite Model Look competition. The victory opened up a bright career for her and she then appeared in the advertising campaigns of brands like JC Penney, Pepe Jeans and Gap. She is also a Victoria’s Secret model. She released a single entitled “When You Leave,” a cover and English version of “Dragostea Din Tei,” a popular Romanian-language song by the Moldovan pop group called O-Zone. Puscau has also appeared in Playboy and has been known to date famous people like Vin Diesel, Brett Ratner and Eddie Irvine.

Alina Puscau
Alina Puscau

Beatrice Chirita

Beatrice Chirita is a Romanian model. Her height is 174 cm, measurements: bust – 88, waist – 61, hips – 90. She appears sometimes in softcore semi-nude photoshoots.

 

Beatrice Chirita
Beatrice Chirita

Alina Vacariu

Alina Văcariu (born December 14, 1984, in Suceava) is a Romanian actress and model. Among other work, she was Romania’s Model of the Year in 1998 (at age of 14), which later resulted in her signing a contract withElite Model Management. She has modeled bikinis and lingerie for the Finish Line, Inc.. She starred in the Time Warner Cable commercial “Roommate Wanted”, and appeared in a cameo role for the 2005 indie film Death of a Dynasty. She also posed for September edition of Stuff in 2001 and the May 2003 edition of Maxim . She did a number of commercials for Abercrombie & Fitch, Bare Necessities, Bebe, Bianchi, Clairol, Dupont, Frederick’s Of Hollywood, JC Penney, Jessica McClintock, Jim Hjelm Couture, John Frieda, Lilyette, L’Oréal, Maidenform, Marisa, Parasuco, Stella Artois and appeared on magazines covers such as Cosmopolitan Mexico (Summer 2006) and Playboy Spain (January 2010).
Since 2008, Văcariu has been represented by Irene Marie Models and Munich Models.

 

Alina Vacariu
Alina Vacariu

Antonia Clara Iacobescu

Antonia Clara Iacobescu, commonly known as Antonia, is a Romanian singer, performer, and model. From the age of five years she lived with her parents in the United States.

Antonia Iacobescu

Antonia Iacobescu

Monica Gabor Columbeanu

Monica Gabor (born 8 January 1988) is a Romanian model. Her height is 180 cm.

Monica Gabor Columbeanu
Monica Gabor Columbeanu

Paula Seling

Paula Seling (, born 25 December 1978, in Baia Mare) is a Romanian singer, radio DJ, and a coach from television music competition franchise X Factor, Season 1. She has released more than thirteen albums (including three Christmas albums) and over twenty singles, including two top-ten hits in the Romanian Top 100, a minor European hit which entered the charts in Finland and Norway, as well as the UK Singles Chart, and a good position on the worldwide chart of popularity by the name of Starcount, that analysed fans concern about artists from all over the world. Paula is trilingual and speaks, writes and performs in French, English and Romanian; in addition she performs in Italian. She has also provides the Romanian voices in Cars 2, for Holley Shiftwell.  She is an outspoken supporter of personal freedoms, individual rights and human rights.

Paula Seling
Paula Seling

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