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==Early life==
 
==Early life==
Anderson was born on November 10, 1995 in [[Phoenix, Arizona ]] to an American father, Adam Anderson, and a [[Puerto Ricans in the United States|Puerto Rican]] mother, Belinda Berríos.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.elvocero.com/escenario/trabajar-el-doble-por-la-corona-de-mupr/article_f40c9378-6098-11e9-9831-cfb6b4e81d1c.html|title=Trabajará el doble por la corona de MUPR|date=April 22, 2019|publisher=''El Vocero''}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/MISSGRANDINTERNATIONAL/posts/happy-birthday-to-madison-anderson-3rd-runner-up-miss-grand-international-2016ma/1599423190080671/|title=Happy Birthday to Madison Anderson 3rd Runner-Up Miss Grand International 2016!|date=November 10, 2017|publisher=Miss Grand International}}</ref> She relocated with her family to [[Orlando, Florida]] when she was three months old, and later graduated from [[Dr. Phillips High School]] in [[Dr. Phillips, Florida]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/os-fe-miss-puerto-rico-winner-20190614-rhg3i5zumna7vfvrfwh2x3xev4-story.html|title=Miss Puerto Rico winner grew up in Florida and doesn’t speak fluent Spanish. She says she represents a ‘new generation.’|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Orlando Sentinel|last1=Marcial Ocasio|first1=Jennifer A.|last2=Cotto|first2=Ingrid}}</ref><ref name="sentinel">{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/entretenimiento/os-es-madison-anderson-berrios-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190614-fzzuzrcqjrgmvmjjuod6tkion4-story.html|title=Boricua de Florida la nueva Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=14 June 2019|publisher=El Sentinel Orlando|last=Marcial Ocasio|first=Jennifer A.}}</ref> After graduating from high school, Anderson began studying fashion design and textiles at the [[Fashion Institute of Technology]] in [[New York City]]; she has since begun studying marketing and public relations.<ref name="grand intl profile"/><ref name="top model">{{cite web|url=https://www.topmodeloftheworld.com/model/puerto-rico-madison-anderson/|title=PUERTO RICO – MADISON ANDERSON|accessdate=June 14, 2019|publisher=Top Model of the World}}</ref> Anderson previously worked in [[Saint Kitts and Nevis]], helping women who were domestic violence victims.<ref name="primera">{{cite web|url=https://www.primerahora.com/entretenimiento/reinas/nota/madisonandersondetoabajaesmissuniversepuertorico2019-1347677/|title=Madison Anderson de Toa Baja es Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=13 June 2019|publisher=Primera Hora|language=Spanish}}</ref>
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Anderson was born on November 10, 1995 in [[Phoenix, Arizona ]] to an American father, Adam Anderson, and a [[Puerto Ricans in the United States|Puerto Rican]] mother, Belinda Berríos.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.elvocero.com/escenario/trabajar-el-doble-por-la-corona-de-mupr/article_f40c9378-6098-11e9-9831-cfb6b4e81d1c.html|title=Trabajará el doble por la corona de MUPR|date=April 22, 2019|publisher=''El Vocero''}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.facebook.com/MISSGRANDINTERNATIONAL/posts/happy-birthday-to-madison-anderson-3rd-runner-up-miss-grand-international-2016ma/1599423190080671/|title=Happy Birthday to Madison Anderson 3rd Runner-Up Miss Grand International 2016!|date=November 10, 2017|publisher=Miss Grand International}}</ref> She relocated with her family to [[Orlando, Florida]] when she was three months old, and later graduated from [[Dr. Phillips High School]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/os-fe-miss-puerto-rico-winner-20190614-rhg3i5zumna7vfvrfwh2x3xev4-story.html|title=Miss Puerto Rico winner grew up in Florida and doesn’t speak fluent Spanish. She says she represents a ‘new generation.’|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Orlando Sentinel|last1=Marcial Ocasio|first1=Jennifer A.|last2=Cotto|first2=Ingrid}}</ref><ref name="sentinel">{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/entretenimiento/os-es-madison-anderson-berrios-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190614-fzzuzrcqjrgmvmjjuod6tkion4-story.html|title=Boricua de Florida la nueva Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=14 June 2019|publisher=El Sentinel Orlando|last=Marcial Ocasio|first=Jennifer A.}}</ref> After graduating from high school, Anderson began studying fashion design and textiles at the [[Fashion Institute of Technology]] in [[New York City]]; she has since begun studying marketing and public relations.<ref name="grand intl profile"/><ref name="top model">{{cite web|url=https://www.topmodeloftheworld.com/model/puerto-rico-madison-anderson/|title=PUERTO RICO – MADISON ANDERSON|accessdate=June 14, 2019|publisher=Top Model of the World}}</ref> Anderson previously worked in [[Saint Kitts and Nevis]], helping women who were domestic violence victims.<ref name="primera">{{cite web|url=https://www.primerahora.com/entretenimiento/reinas/nota/madisonandersondetoabajaesmissuniversepuertorico2019-1347677/|title=Madison Anderson de Toa Baja es Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=13 June 2019|publisher=Primera Hora|language=Spanish}}</ref>
  
 
==Pageantry==
 
==Pageantry==
Anderson began her pageantry career as a teenager, placing as the fourth runner-up at [[Miss Florida Teen USA|Miss Florida Teen USA 2014]].<ref name="top model"/> She returned to pageantry as an adult, winning the right to represent Puerto Rico in the Top Model of the World 2015 competition where she placed and finished as fourth runner-up to the eventual winner, Elena Kosmina, from Ukraine. Afterwards, Madison won the right to represent Puerto Rico in the 2016, Miss Grand International pageant. As Miss Grand Puerto Rico, Anderson placed as the third runner-up behind eventual winner Ariska Putri Pertiwi of Indonesia.<ref name="grand intl profile">{{cite web|url=http://www.missgrandinternational.com/?page=contestant_detail&cont=1369|title=Madison Anderson|publisher=Miss Grand International|accessdate=June 14, 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://kenh14.vn/nhan-sac-tan-hoa-hau-puerto-rico-2019-gay-bao-vi-dep-nhu-bup-be-song-nhung-anh-doi-thuong-con-ngo-ngang-hon-20190614145218843.chn|title=Nhan sắc Tân Hoa hậu Puerto Rico 2019 gây bão vì đẹp như búp bê sống nhưng ảnh đời thường còn ngỡ ngàng hơn|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Kenh14|language=Vietnamese}}</ref>
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Anderson began her pageantry career as a teenager, placing as the fourth runner-up at [[Miss Florida Teen USA|Miss Florida Teen USA 2014]].<ref name="top model"/> Afterwards, she won the right to represent Puerto Rico in the Top Model of the World 2015 competition where she placed as fourth runner-up to the eventual winner Elena Kosmina of Ukraine. Afterwards, Anderson was crowned Miss Grand Puerto Rico 2016. As Miss Grand Puerto Rico, Anderson placed as the third runner-up in Miss Grand International 2016, behind eventual winner Ariska Putri Pertiwi of Indonesia.<ref name="grand intl profile">{{cite web|url=http://www.missgrandinternational.com/?page=contestant_detail&cont=1369|title=Madison Anderson|publisher=Miss Grand International|accessdate=June 14, 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://kenh14.vn/nhan-sac-tan-hoa-hau-puerto-rico-2019-gay-bao-vi-dep-nhu-bup-be-song-nhung-anh-doi-thuong-con-ngo-ngang-hon-20190614145218843.chn|title=Nhan sắc Tân Hoa hậu Puerto Rico 2019 gây bão vì đẹp như búp bê sống nhưng ảnh đời thường còn ngỡ ngàng hơn|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Kenh14|language=Vietnamese}}</ref>
  
After Miss Grand International, Anderson went on brief hiatus from pageantry until competing in [[Miss Florida USA|Miss Florida USA 2019]]. She placed as the first runner-up behind winner Nicolette Jennings, who went on to place in the top ten of [[Miss USA 2019]]. Anderson later entered the [[Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019]] competition, representing the municipality of [[Toa Baja, Puerto Rico|Toa Baja]]. On June 13, 2019, Anderson went on to win the competition, succeeding [[Kiara Ortega]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.elnuevodia.com/entretenimiento/tv/nota/madisonandersonserpuertorriquenasellevaenlasangreymasimportanteentucorazon-2499513/|title=Madison Anderson: “Ser puertorriqueña se lleva en la sangre y más importante en tu corazón”|language=Spanish|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=El Nuevo Dia|last=Hernández Mercado|first=Damaris}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.noticel.com/opiniones/noticel-desde-adentro/madison-representa-mas-a-puerto-rico-que-cualquier-otra-reina/1086243279|title=Madison representa más a Puerto Rico que cualquier otra reina|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Noticel|language=Spanish|last=Sepúlveda|first=Aixa}}</ref> As Miss Universe Puerto Rico, Anderson won the right to represent Puerto Rico at the [[Miss Universe 2019]] competition.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/os-es-dos-chicas-florida-busca-corona-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190613-qi4gm6dmajgytdxpz6urnjsgse-story.html|title=Dos chicas de Florida en busca de la corona de Miss Universe Puerto Rico|accessdate=13 June 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://beautypageants.indiatimes.com/Madison-Sara-Anderson-crowned-Miss-Universe-Puerto-Rico-2019/eventshow/69786939.cms|title=Madison Sara Anderson crowned Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=India Times}}</ref>
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After Miss Grand International, Anderson went on brief hiatus from pageantry until competing in [[Miss Florida USA|Miss Florida USA 2019]]. She placed as the first runner-up behind winner Nicolette Jennings, who went on to place in the top ten of [[Miss USA 2019]]. Anderson later entered the [[Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019]] competition, representing the municipality of [[Toa Baja, Puerto Rico|Toa Baja]]. On June 13, 2019, Anderson went on to win the competition, succeeding [[Kiara Ortega]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.elnuevodia.com/entretenimiento/tv/nota/madisonandersonserpuertorriquenasellevaenlasangreymasimportanteentucorazon-2499513/|title=Madison Anderson: “Ser puertorriqueña se lleva en la sangre y más importante en tu corazón”|language=Spanish|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=El Nuevo Dia|last=Hernández Mercado|first=Damaris}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.noticel.com/opiniones/noticel-desde-adentro/madison-representa-mas-a-puerto-rico-que-cualquier-otra-reina/1086243279|title=Madison representa más a Puerto Rico que cualquier otra reina|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=Noticel|language=Spanish|last=Sepúlveda|first=Aixa}}</ref> During the competition, Anderson garnered controversy as she was not raised in Puerto Rico, and did not have complete fluency in the [[Spanish language]]; during the question and answer portion of the competition, Anderson asked a judge to repeat the question, stating that Spanish was not her first language and she could not understand what he had said, eliciting boos from the audience. As Miss Universe Puerto Rico, Anderson won the right to represent Puerto Rico at the [[Miss Universe 2019]] competition.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/os-es-dos-chicas-florida-busca-corona-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190613-qi4gm6dmajgytdxpz6urnjsgse-story.html|title=Dos chicas de Florida en busca de la corona de Miss Universe Puerto Rico|accessdate=13 June 2019}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://beautypageants.indiatimes.com/Madison-Sara-Anderson-crowned-Miss-Universe-Puerto-Rico-2019/eventshow/69786939.cms|title=Madison Sara Anderson crowned Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019|date=June 14, 2019|publisher=India Times}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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Template:Infobox pageant titleholder Madison Sara Anderson Berríos (born November 10, 1995) is a Puerto Rican-American model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019. She will represent Puerto Rico in the Miss Universe 2019 competition.

Early life

Anderson was born on November 10, 1995 in Phoenix, Arizona to an American father, Adam Anderson, and a Puerto Rican mother, Belinda Berríos.[1][2] She relocated with her family to Orlando, Florida when she was three months old, and later graduated from Dr. Phillips High School.[3][4] After graduating from high school, Anderson began studying fashion design and textiles at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City; she has since begun studying marketing and public relations.[5][6] Anderson previously worked in Saint Kitts and Nevis, helping women who were domestic violence victims.[7]

Pageantry

Anderson began her pageantry career as a teenager, placing as the fourth runner-up at Miss Florida Teen USA 2014.[6] Afterwards, she won the right to represent Puerto Rico in the Top Model of the World 2015 competition where she placed as fourth runner-up to the eventual winner Elena Kosmina of Ukraine. Afterwards, Anderson was crowned Miss Grand Puerto Rico 2016. As Miss Grand Puerto Rico, Anderson placed as the third runner-up in Miss Grand International 2016, behind eventual winner Ariska Putri Pertiwi of Indonesia.[5][8]

After Miss Grand International, Anderson went on brief hiatus from pageantry until competing in Miss Florida USA 2019. She placed as the first runner-up behind winner Nicolette Jennings, who went on to place in the top ten of Miss USA 2019. Anderson later entered the Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019 competition, representing the municipality of Toa Baja. On June 13, 2019, Anderson went on to win the competition, succeeding Kiara Ortega.[9][10] During the competition, Anderson garnered controversy as she was not raised in Puerto Rico, and did not have complete fluency in the Spanish language; during the question and answer portion of the competition, Anderson asked a judge to repeat the question, stating that Spanish was not her first language and she could not understand what he had said, eliciting boos from the audience. As Miss Universe Puerto Rico, Anderson won the right to represent Puerto Rico at the Miss Universe 2019 competition.[11][12]

References

  1. "Trabajará el doble por la corona de MUPR". El Vocero. April 22, 2019. https://www.elvocero.com/escenario/trabajar-el-doble-por-la-corona-de-mupr/article_f40c9378-6098-11e9-9831-cfb6b4e81d1c.html. 
  2. "Happy Birthday to Madison Anderson 3rd Runner-Up Miss Grand International 2016!". Miss Grand International. November 10, 2017. https://www.facebook.com/MISSGRANDINTERNATIONAL/posts/happy-birthday-to-madison-anderson-3rd-runner-up-miss-grand-international-2016ma/1599423190080671/. 
  3. Marcial Ocasio, Jennifer A.; Cotto, Ingrid (June 14, 2019). "Miss Puerto Rico winner grew up in Florida and doesn’t speak fluent Spanish. She says she represents a ‘new generation.’". Orlando Sentinel. https://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/os-fe-miss-puerto-rico-winner-20190614-rhg3i5zumna7vfvrfwh2x3xev4-story.html. 
  4. Marcial Ocasio, Jennifer A. (14 June 2019). "Boricua de Florida la nueva Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019". El Sentinel Orlando. https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/entretenimiento/os-es-madison-anderson-berrios-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190614-fzzuzrcqjrgmvmjjuod6tkion4-story.html. 
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Madison Anderson". Miss Grand International. http://www.missgrandinternational.com/?page=contestant_detail&cont=1369. Retrieved June 14, 2019. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 "PUERTO RICO – MADISON ANDERSON". Top Model of the World. https://www.topmodeloftheworld.com/model/puerto-rico-madison-anderson/. Retrieved June 14, 2019. 
  7. "Madison Anderson de Toa Baja es Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019" (in Spanish). Primera Hora. 13 June 2019. https://www.primerahora.com/entretenimiento/reinas/nota/madisonandersondetoabajaesmissuniversepuertorico2019-1347677/. 
  8. "Nhan sắc Tân Hoa hậu Puerto Rico 2019 gây bão vì đẹp như búp bê sống nhưng ảnh đời thường còn ngỡ ngàng hơn" (in Vietnamese). Kenh14. June 14, 2019. http://kenh14.vn/nhan-sac-tan-hoa-hau-puerto-rico-2019-gay-bao-vi-dep-nhu-bup-be-song-nhung-anh-doi-thuong-con-ngo-ngang-hon-20190614145218843.chn. 
  9. Hernández Mercado, Damaris (June 14, 2019). "Madison Anderson: “Ser puertorriqueña se lleva en la sangre y más importante en tu corazón”" (in Spanish). El Nuevo Dia. https://www.elnuevodia.com/entretenimiento/tv/nota/madisonandersonserpuertorriquenasellevaenlasangreymasimportanteentucorazon-2499513/. 
  10. Sepúlveda, Aixa (June 14, 2019). "Madison representa más a Puerto Rico que cualquier otra reina" (in Spanish). Noticel. https://www.noticel.com/opiniones/noticel-desde-adentro/madison-representa-mas-a-puerto-rico-que-cualquier-otra-reina/1086243279. 
  11. "Dos chicas de Florida en busca de la corona de Miss Universe Puerto Rico". https://www.orlandosentinel.com/elsentinel/os-es-dos-chicas-florida-busca-corona-miss-universe-puerto-rico-20190613-qi4gm6dmajgytdxpz6urnjsgse-story.html. Retrieved 13 June 2019. 
  12. "Madison Sara Anderson crowned Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2019". India Times. June 14, 2019. https://beautypageants.indiatimes.com/Madison-Sara-Anderson-crowned-Miss-Universe-Puerto-Rico-2019/eventshow/69786939.cms. 

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