Madeline Taylor, representing Queensland, is one of 35 girls vying for Miss Universe Australia 2012 come June 8.
Hot, hot, hot Madeline!
For the past number of years ever since Jennifer Hawkins won Miss Universe 2004, the land down under has been coming up with outstanding Miss Universe Australia winners. Just consider Erin McNaught, Laura Dundovic (MU2008 Top 10), Rachael Finch (MU2009 3rd Runner-Up), Jesinta Campbell (MU2010 2nd Runner-Up) and capped by Scherri-Lee Biggs (MU2011 Top 10). This year, thirty five (35) beautiful Aussies are laying claim to the title of Miss Universe Australia 2012, the winner of which will be crowned on June 8 at Sofitel Melbourne. One of them clearly stands out in my opinion. Her name is Madeline Taylor. A recent graduate of Bond University with a Bachelor of Laws degree, this gorgeous Queenslander is beauty and brains in one package. In an interview with Charlotte Watson of GCMag, she stated that “…I have completed my Law degree and continued to be an active member in my community by participating in philanthropic work. This has taught me to always aim higher than you believe you can reach, be compassionate to those in need and be confident in who you are. I believe the Miss Universe Australia organisation represents these values and I aspire to be able to bring these qualities and experiences to Melbourne.”
Asked on what she can bring to the table if she wins the national finals, Madeline’s reply was “…Being Miss Universe Australia is so much more than a title to me, I would love to be able to proudly commit myself as an ambassador representing the beauty of Australia as well as to strive to be a role model for the Australian people by encouraging them to support their communities and charities. The winner of Miss Universe Australia will also represent Operation Smile throughout Australia and internationally. If I’m lucky enough to win the title, taking on this responsibility will fulfill my lifelong dream to transform the lives of disadvantaged children with facial disfigurement in Australia and internationally.”
Win or not, Australia has one proud and big-hearted citizen in Madeline Taylor. There are many other excellent competitors in the line-up, but instinct tells me that she will figure out well in the finals.
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