‘Nuestra Belleza Latina’ Spoilers: What To Expect From Grand Finale That Will Crown Next Latin Beauty Queen

Nuestra Belleza Latina Finalists
Josephine Ochoa, Aleyda Ortiz, Aly Villegas and Nabila Tapia were the four finalists on Nuestra Belleza Latina. Univision

The day is almost upon us. “Nuestra Belleza Latina” will crown its new queen this Sunday, May 18. 2014 in a two-hour night to remember that is set to be the biggest party so far. After a fierce competition throughout the whole season, the four remaining finalists are getting ready to put on the most important show of their lives. They only have one more opportunity to win over viewers, and they will have to give their all this Sunday in the grand finale of Univision’s reality competition.

The four Latin beauties remaining in the competition come from different countries and have different stories. However, they all have one thing in common: the desire to win the crown that will make them the next Latina beauty queen. The girls are Aleyda Ortiz, from Puerto Rico, Aly Villegas, from Mexico, Josephine Ochoa from Guatemala, and Nabila Tapia from Dominican Republic. Not only will they face each other one last time, but they’ll also enjoy a fantastic show featuring performances by hot Latin stars like Yuri, Pepe Aguilar, Luis Fonsi and more surprises.

Also, the four finalists will perform an opening number alongside Osmel Sousa and the 7 former “Nuestra Belleza Latina” queens. After the exciting and entertaining night, one girl will be crowned. She will win $200,000 in cash and prizes, which includes a contract with Univision, a brand new Kia car, and the opportunity to be featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan en Español magazine. Additionally, one of the finalists will receive a scholarship to attend Televisa’s prestigious acting school in Mexico, the CEA, where countless Hispanic stars are trained.

Will you be watching? Don’t forget to tune in "Nuestra Belleza Latina" on Sunday, May 18 at 8:00 p.m. on Univision.

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Maria G. Valdez

Maria was born and raised in Dominican Republic, where she began her career in journalism covering human interest stories, entertainment, beauty and wellness for a national magazine. She moved to New York City to study Musical Theatre, but went back to journalism after graduating in an attempt of becoming the Latina Carrie Bradshaw. She has an unhealthy obsession with JLo and claims to be Sofia Vergara’s long-lost daughter, and has tried a crazy amount of treatments to keep looking young. She became a Zumba instructor for fun.