Miss BumBum hopefuls Juliana Campos and Kéllyta Tharsys hope to be the first contestants to win the contest and go on to defend women’s rights.
Juliana Campos is the first black Miss Bumbum Brazil candidate and is hoping to beat the 26 other candidates to the finale in São Paulo.
The 29-year-old is representing the state of Roraima and has a 101cm butt, showcased in snaps released by the competition.
In the pictures, Juliana looks stunning in a tiny yellow bikini and tropical back drop.
But the Miss BumBum hopeful revealed she is not just a pretty face and is also studying to be a lawyer.
Juliana would like to win the competition, but she has a further goal to become the first Miss BumBum alumni to defend women’s rights.
She also hopes to show that the Amazon is not limited only to indigenous beauty, but to beauty as a whole.
The gorgeous woman isn't the only babe determined to win the 2021 competition however, with Juliana's competition coming in the form of life coach Kéllyta Tharsys.
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Kéllyta Tharsys is all set to represent the state of Pernambuco with a measurement of 96cm across her hips.
The life coach revealed it is a life-long dream of hers to participate in the Miss BumBum competition, adding that she works out everyday to keep her curvy body in shape.
Miss BumBum released pictures of the hopeful who was snapped in a bright pink bikini as she straddled a speed boat.
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Miss BumBum 2021 will be judged in July at an event in São Paulo.
All 27 candidates, one per state, are expected to be present for the unveiling.
Lu Duarte was crowned as Miss BumBum World in 2020, choosing to her honour her win by dressing up as a Halloween villain.
Back in 2019, Suzy Cortez became the first two-time Miss Bum Bum winner.
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