Curvalicious: Ladies show their sexy side in Brazil contest
Fifteen finalists competed for the title of the country’s hottest female buttocks during the annual pageant. (Photo: AFP)
Fifteen finalists competed for the title of the country’s hottest female buttocks during the annual pageant. (Photo: AFP)
This year's competition was said to be more "elegant" than previous years, with bums bigger than 107cm (42 inches) banned from the contest. (Photo: AFP)
This year's competition was said to be more "elegant" than previous years, with bums bigger than 107cm (42 inches) banned from the contest. (Photo: AFP)
The cheeky pageant took place on Monday night with curvy contestants taking to the catwalk in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo: AFP)
The cheeky pageant took place on Monday night with curvy contestants taking to the catwalk in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo: AFP)
The contest was marred in controversy when six contestants were accused of cheating which prompted the organisers to launch an investigation after it was claimed that hi-tech computer software had been used to cast votes for some of the women who progressed through to the final. (Photo: AFP)
The contest was marred in controversy when six contestants were accused of cheating which prompted the organisers to launch an investigation after it was claimed that hi-tech computer software had been used to cast votes for some of the women who progressed through to the final. (Photo: AFP)
A competitor poses on the catwalk during the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant in Sao Paulo on November 7, 2017. (Photo: AFP)
A competitor poses on the catwalk during the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant in Sao Paulo on November 7, 2017. (Photo: AFP)
Fifteen hopefuls gyrated their rotund rears as they competed for the crown. (Photo:AFP)
Fifteen hopefuls gyrated their rotund rears as they competed for the crown. (Photo:AFP)
The annual pageant show, which aims to find the best buttocks in the country, was created by journalist and entrepreneur Cacau Oliver in 2011. (Photo: AFP)
The annual pageant show, which aims to find the best buttocks in the country, was created by journalist and entrepreneur Cacau Oliver in 2011. (Photo: AFP)
A competitor poses on the catwalk during the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant in Sao Paulo on November 7, 2017. (Photo: AFP)
A competitor poses on the catwalk during the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant in Sao Paulo on November 7, 2017. (Photo: AFP)
Rosie Oliveira, 28, who works as a model and a reporter, reacts after winning the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant. (Photo: AFP)
Rosie Oliveira, 28, who works as a model and a reporter, reacts after winning the Miss Bumbum Brazil 2017 pageant. (Photo: AFP)
According to the rules, the winner of the pageant receives 50,000 reals (around US $22,000) in endorsement deals and becomes an instant celebrity in Brazil. (Photo: AFP)
According to the rules, the winner of the pageant receives 50,000 reals (around US $22,000) in endorsement deals and becomes an instant celebrity in Brazil. (Photo: AFP)