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Schlager star dethroned: Beatrice Egli only in second place in the vote for the “most beautiful Swiss woman”

Beatrice Egli was named the “most beautiful Swiss woman” by a magazine in 2020. Now another has dethroned the hit star.

Bern – The editors of Schweizer Glückspost select the most beautiful Swiss people every year. It is by no means only attractiveness that counts. “Personality, success and charisma are essential to get on our list of the most beautiful Swiss women.” Beatrice Egli (33) has plenty of everything – no wonder that in 2020 she catapulted herself from 28th to 1st place.

Beatrice Egli: Schlager star dethroned by Lara Gut-Behrami

In 2021, however, the Schlager singer will lose out in the fight for the crown. The editors considered another one to be more worthy based on the criteria mentioned: Ski star Lara Gut-Behrami (30). “The fast Ticino woman gave us golden days at the World Ski Championships in Cortina, she was on the podium three times,” says the reasoning. “We lift Lara National onto the top step and say Grazie mille!”

Skiläuferin Lara Gut-Behrami

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Skier Lara Gut-Behrami.

Beatrice Egli and Francine Jordi: two Schlager singers in the top 4

Egli will also be able to cope with second place among million inhabitants. The paper also praised her achievement in scaling the Matterhorn in 2020. The podium is completed by presenter Viola Tami (40), before another hit star follows in fourth place: Francine Jordi (44). The TV host Jörg Pilawa recently put it on the black ice. * tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA. (lin)

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