5 comments on “Will the hand that rocks the cradle rule the (Miss) World 2012 finals?

  1. i think china is pushing the crown to their representative again!,, ms. world crown for the 2nd time as a host country? not very friendly…i think everybody will raise eyebrow if that happen, ms.world will not prestigious anymore if that happen !& a side from that theirs a lot of much more deserving candidates than her,,, i remember what they did last 2010 i hope this 2012 it will not happen again… hope they give the crown to the deserving winner…

    • I cannot stop laughing! How true this statement is!!! On a more serious note, it seems that the rule of thumb is: if a beauty pageant is held in China, expect China to be there in the top somewhere, if not the winner. Deserving or not, their representative will always be there. Oh well…

  2. That’s what I’ve noticed too, Norman. And I think China has held the most number of international pageants, which is quite tragic because, based on results the country has come up with its winners, we couldn’t help putting a blame on pageant politics and asking ourselves why–what with the other countries that sent more deserving delegates. When I heard that this year’s Miss International pageant is going to be held in Japan (not in China), I practically breathed a sigh of relief. I have nothing against China and its people; I just don’t understand….

    • Ariel, it would be speculative to say that China has the money to burn in hosting all these pageants (and don’t mind doing so). The one question I’d like to be answered is why Donald Trump hasn’t dealt with them for the hosting of Miss Universe (outside of the fact that Julia Morley is identified with the Chinese). If China can meet the fund requirements for it, then the hosts this year should be no problem.

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