Miss Universe 2023: The Winner Is…
It's becoming pretty obvious that the winner of the 2023 Miss Universe competition (once again, for the 72nd time!) comes from a place that is not very well-known: Earth. This news is so surprising, it's almost hard to believe! To quote Alyssa Edwards, "rigga morris!"
On Saturday, the ceremony was broadcasted live on Telemundo and the Roku Channel. It was held at the José Adolfo Pineda Arena in San Salvador and included 84 contestants. This was the first time Pakistan had entered the competition. The reigning Miss Universe, R'Bonney Gabriel, was present to crown the winner.
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Miss Universe 2021 has announced its champion. On Sunday, May 16th, Andrea Meza, from Mexico, beat out 73 other competitors to take home the crown. The competition was held at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. For the final question, Meza was asked about her opinion on how the pandemic has been handled worldwide. She responded, "I believe there's not a perfect way to handle this hard situation such as COVID-19. However, I do believe that what I would have done was create the lockdown even before everything was that big." Meza, who is a software engineer, expressed her desire to empower women during her reign as Miss Universe. She is the third Mexican woman to win the title, following Lupita Jones in 1991 and Ximena Navarrete in 2010. The Miss Universe pageant was originally postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic, but later rescheduled for May of this year. The contestants faced several challenges during the competition including a preliminary interview, swimsuit and evening gown presentations, and a final question round. Congratulations to Andrea Meza on her victory as the new Miss Universe!
Miss Universe 2020 has officially crowned its winner. Who took home the title this year? The most beautiful and talented women from around the world competed in the Miss Universe 2020 pageant. After a fierce competition, the judges have made their decision. Now, the moment everyone has been waiting for - the winner is revealed. The crowned Miss Universe 2020 is... (insert winner's name). It's a moment of pure joy and excitement for the winner and her supporters. She truly deserves the title with her grace, intelligence, and beauty. Congratulations to the newly-crowned Miss Universe 2020! We can't wait to see all the amazing things she'll do with her new platform.
At the end of the first hour, the selection was narrowed down to a group of 20 women. These ladies come from countries all around the world, such as Australia, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, India, Jamaica, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, the United States, and Venezuela.
After the segment where the contestants showcased their swimsuits, the judges announced the top 10 finalists in the competition. The ten candidates are as follows: Moraya Wilson from Australia, Camila Avella from Colombia, Isabella García-Manzo from El Salvador, Sheynnis Palacios representing Nicaragua, Camila Escribens from Peru, Michelle Dee from the Philippines, Karla Guilfú from Puerto Rico, Athenea Pérez from Spain, Anntonia Porsild from Thailand, and Diana Silva from Venezuela.
The group of 10 people who made it to the final stage of the contest proceeded to wear their evening gowns while a live rendition of “Wonder Woman” by John Legend played. After that, only five participants were selected as the top competitors: Moraya Wilson from Australia, Karla Guilfú from Puerto Rico, Sheynnis Palacios from Nicaragua, Anntonia Porsild from Thailand, and Camila Avella from Colombia.
Following a series of random questions from the current selection panel, a final assessment and one more inquiry, the eagerly anticipated outcomes were revealed. Can we have a drumroll, please?
In the third spot, we have Moraya Wilson from Australia. In second place, we have Anntonia Porsild from Thailand. Finally, the champion of the contest is Sheynnis Palacios from Nicaragua.
The event this year had a shared hosting by Jeannie Mai, Maria Menounos, Olivia Culpo, Catriona Gray, and Zuri Hall. The panel of judges was composed of various individuals including Carson Kressley, who is regularly on RuPaul's Drag Race, Avani Gregg, who is a well-known social media personality, Nadia Ferreira, who was the runner-up for Miss Universe 2021 and a model, Mario Bautista, who is a singer and Sweta Patel, an executive with Roku.
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