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Who will win Mr Gay World 2012?
(Blogmensgo, April 2, 2012) In Johannesburg on April 8th Mister Gay World 2012 (website | Facebook page) will be elected. Who will succeed as the winners of the 2010 and 2011 editions, Charl van den Berg and François Nel? Europe has numerically the largest chance of winning in South Africa compared to other continents, because the EU delegation consists of 11 candidates out of 25 contenders for victory.
Difficult to guess who will win, as the photos appear to be a heterogeneous presentation.There are those who show their chests as much as those fully dressed, like the Norwegian candidates (Stephen Grindhaug, 21) and Canada (Thomas Egli, 32), and there are those who would probably have shown all if we asked them.
South Africa hopes that the musculature of Lance Weyer, 24, will enable him to conquer the world trophy for the third consecutive year. There are only two other African candidates, the representative of Zimbabwe is being officially retired from competition for personal reasons. Note also that the Namibian Wendelinus Hamutenya, 24, and the Ethiopian Robel Hailu, 25, the minimalist play at the presentation, perhaps not to startle their countrymen, in a continent where homophobia is still very widespread - even in the suburbs of Johannesburg.
Two things are certain, the winner will be between 21 years (candidates Irish, Dutch, Norwegian) and 42 (Bitterlin Stephan, aka Mister Gay Switzerland) and he will not measure more than 1.90 cm (candidate NZ). The contest is also distinguished by a majority of candidates whose size is less than 1.80 cm.
Comment. Oh, I must book a prognosis?
For the most beautiful eyes, my votes go to the Argentine and Mexican candidates.
As for the physical, I feel that the young British hefty guy in blue trunks will win by a hair on the equally athletic New Zealander.
We can certainly predict that the contest will be won by neither Ethiopia nor in China nor by Argentina, neither Mexico nor the United Kingdom or in New Zealand - as I've never managed to win one single forecast in these contests ...
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