This coming Monday at 10am ET (or 10pm Philippine time), join Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi, Miss USA Cheslie Kryst and Miss Teen USA Kaliegh Garris alongside Miss Universe Organization President Paula Shugart for #universeunited Unfiltered!
These remarkable women will share a conversation about what participating in pageants has meant to them, behind-the-scenes secrets from their competitions, and the intangibles which set them apart to take the crown. Proceeds from this discussion benefit the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
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Entry fee costs US$25.00
Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers, Designer Sherri Hill, Miss Teen USA Hailey Colborn and Miss Universe Catriona Gray pose backstage during the Sherri Hill Show during New York Fashion Week February 2019 on February 8, 2019 in New York City.
NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 08: Miss Universe Catriona Gray attends the Sherri Hill Show during New York Fashion Week February 2019 on February 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Sherri Hill)
Left-to-right: Miss USA 2015 Olivia Jordan, Miss Teen USA 2015 Katherine Haik and Miss Universe Paulina Vega
The trio during a New York Yankees game
Within the Miss Universe Organization, the triple crowns signify a sisterhood among its wearers. And with the recent victory of Katherine Haik as Miss Teen USA 2015, the youngest sister of Miss Universe Paulina Vega and Miss USA 2015 Olivia Jordan is now in place.
What’s more, their DIC crowns are complete. While Paulina will be the first to eventually break away by the time she transfers hers to the next Miss Universe, Olivia and Katherine will have the longest time to stay intact and become big sister-little sister till way past mid-2016. Whoever will join them as the new ‘sibling’ is the most awaited announcement once the next edition begins. But for now, they will keep each other company in all events of the Miss Universe Organization.
Let’s now watch Olivia’s video about the 10 Things You Didn’t Know about her. 😉
The Miss Universe Organization (MUO) has a big headache. Just when they thought that Bolivia will be finalized as the venue of Miss Universe 2010, the country has decided to pass off on the opportunity. Read the following report by Associated Press:
Miss Bolivia 2009 Dominique Peltier during last year's Miss Universe competition in the Bahamas.
Bolivia says ‘no’ to Miss Universe pageant
Bolivia will not host Miss Universe 2010 after all, according to the Associated Press.
The government said the pageant would be too expensive to sponsor in relationship to the money it would generate.
“Political opponents accused Morales and his party of using the pageant to court voters in conservative eastern Bolivia ahead of April local elections,” AP reported.
Last year’s pageant was hosted by the Bahamas.
Miss Universe is a joint venture between New York real estate developer Donald Trump and the NBC network.
The Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants are subsidiaries of Miss Universe.
A date has not been set for the Miss Universe pageant, but NBC will offer a live broadcast of the final evening of the Miss USA pageant on May 16.
NBC announced it will also broadcast Miss Universe finals on a date to be announced later.
The next question begs – just where will Miss Universe be held this year? I reckon that it will go by default and bring back the hosting chores to the US. 😉
Hi! Norman here. When I'm not working, I spend most of my free time planning on daily blogs. If you will notice, I always make sure that a fresh topic comes out everyday - not an easy thing to do but it's all good. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy the visit!
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