Victoria Hinojosa: Miss Texas 2021 made it to the top 8 in Miss USA

Victoria Hinojosa, who was crowned Miss Texas USA 2021 in September, competed against 50 other contestants from across the country. She has made it to the top eight in the competition. Victoria Hinojosa, born in 1999, will be 22 years old in 2021.

Victoria Hinojosa
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Miss Texas USA 2021 graduated from McAllen Memorial High School in 2015 and attended Texas A&M University.

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Following her September victory, Hinojosa stated that she was looking forward to tonight’s Miss USA pageant as well as the Miss Universe pageant in Eilat, Israel.

“I’m committed. “I’m prepared,” Hinojosa stated. “I think I really prepared for Miss Texas USA, so I’m just maintaining where I’m at and polishing up my interview skills and, like, healthwise — just continuing to work out and eat clean, and really focusing on using my voice.” That’s what I wanted to do with my title more than anything else. That’s what I’m going to do in the run-up to Miss USA.”

She stated that she hopes to inspire young girls and boys in the Rio Grande Valley to pursue their dreams.

“I hope to be a role model for anyone who doesn’t believe in themselves to keep chasing their dreams, no matter how big,” she said. “I hope they see me and what I’ve done, look up to me, and do the same.” That’s exactly what I’m hoping to gain from it. Being from the Rio Grande Valley, I believe we sometimes put ourselves in this little bubble. We don’t believe we can go that far. We believe our ambition is too lofty.

“I want to encourage everyone, especially our impressionable youth, that no dream is too big to achieve, especially with hard work and dedication.” “Everything is feasible.”

More information on Victoria Hinojosa

She currently resides in College Station, Texas. and was born in McAllen, Texas.

She attended McAllen Memorial High School in McAllen from 2014 to 2017. She also attended Texas A&M University in College Station from 2017 to 2020, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and journalism.

Miss South Texas 2020 is her title. During her reign as Miss South Texas 2020, she assisted Proyecto Desarrollo Humano in providing school supplies to students in Peitas, Texas in 2020 through Victorious Angels, a foundation she founded.

On June 14, 2021, she was in Columbia, South Carolina, USA, and was a live audience member at her boyfriend Andres Sosa’s Toronto Blue Jays baseball game.

She represented South Texas and competed against 131 other candidates at Miss Texas USA 2021 at the Hilton Houston Post Oak Hotel in Houston, Texas on September 4, 2021, and won the title.

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