In 1959, Than Than Aye was the first. The following year, Myint Myint May took part and was named Miss Congeniality. And then in 1961, Myint Myint Khin came next and went unplaced. After that, it was only last year in Moscow when Myanmar (formerly Burma) re-appeared in Miss Universe with Moe Set Wine. And just last Saturday night, her successor was crowned in the person of Sharr Htut Eaindra who will prepare for the 2014 edition.
Officially, Sharr is only the fifth from her country to participate in Miss Universe. And by the looks of it, she definitely won’t be the last because Myanmar has resumed great interest in showing the beauty of its women in the global pageant stage. After the success of May Myat Noe in Miss Asia-Pacific World 2014, they hopefully want to achieve more.
Let’s see how this girl will be transformed by Gouldian. 😉
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