Model Aida Yespica is a Venezuelan beauty queen who has found success in the model capital of the world Milan, Italy. She has graced the covers of Maxim and GQ magazine. She is also a Reality TV star overseas but has yet to make an appearance on American TV.
Model Aida Yespica - Venezuelan beauty queen
Aida speaks Spanish and Italian only. Hopefully she will pick up the English language so she will become more of a household name in the States. Until then enjoy the best of Venezuela’s exports.
Real Name: Aida Yespica Birthday: 07/15/1982 Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela Occupation: Modelling Sign: Cancer
Miss Amazonia Aida Yespica
Certainly best known for wearing the crown as Miss Amazonia 2002, Aida Yespica has embarked on a lucrative modeling career. The stunning calendars and modeling gigs have already mounted for this international beauty with unlimited potential. She’s rapidly received some well-deserved recognition on the internet as well, and with her drool-worthy curves and exotic allure, she’s destined to move up the popularity charts. Aida’s flawless figure, smoldering dark eyes, amazing skin, and fiery south-of-the-equator panache give her an unforgettable look. In fact, she is exactly what you’d get if you created a bewitching cross between Jessica Biel Lucy Liuand Salma Hayek Whether she’s modeling a string bikini or an evening gown, Aida makes us all want to visit Venezuela.
The fact that she can’t speak English won’t impede her progress in the future because looks like Aida's constitute a universal language all their own. Aida Yespica was born on July 15, 1982, in Caracas, Venezuela. Her knockout good looks quickly opened several doors for her, and it’s pretty clear she’s in it for the long haul. And with a body like that, who can blame her? It wasn't long before she entered the industry that she started working on Venezuelan television and modeling all over South America. Since she burst onto the scene, her biggest accomplishment has certainly been winning the Miss Amazonia pageant in 2002, which is the achievement of a lifetime for a would-be model. Immediately after waltzing into the limelight with that enviable title, “would-be” quickly blossomed into “prominent.”
Aida modeled for Nissan, Braun and Ras, and even walked the sexy catwalk for Ferre and Pearl. Her ambitions include both modeling and acting, and if history is any indication, the U.S. and Europe never ignore the spellbinding exoticism produced by the South American modeling industry. It may be slightly depressing for all roving bachelors out there, but she’s engaged to Deejay Francesco, an Italian writer and singer. However, she clearly has no qualms about nude modeling, so we're very happy -- for them and for us.
"In many years at La Scala I had never seen anything like what happened tonight," conductor Chailly told reporters after the performance.
The next showing was scheduled for Tuesday night.
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Aida tells the story of an Ethiopian princess captured and brought into slavery in Egypt. A military commander, Radames, is torn between his love for her and his loyalty to the Pharaoh and in the end is willingly buried alive with Aida.
Calling it the "Aida of Aidas," Zeffirelli has not been shy about hyping his fifth production of the grandiose opera.
The famed director — popularly known for his Oscar-winning 1968 film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and the 1977 television mini-series Jesus of Nazareth — has promised his latest version of Aida will go down in the history of the revered La Scala, where it made its Italian debut in 1872.
The public seemed to agree. Though tickets were priced at up to €2,000 (about $3,035 Cdn), all 11 showings sold out within 24 hours.