The viewing configuration was not properly set when the video below was uploaded, but just tilt your smartphone or laptop to watch Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, Miss USA 2018 Sarah Rose Summers and Miss Teen USA 2018 Hailey Colborn during their very recent FB Live Chat from NYC.
Miss Universe 2018 Candidates together in Sherri Hill for #NYFW – Miss Universe Philippines 2018 Catriona Gray and Miss USA 2018 Sarah Rose Summers.
According to my reliable source in Bangkok, these two ladies are the most popular for the Thais. They are the considered early pre-arrival frontrunners.
Let’s see if they can keep up with the current status until arrival in the Land of Smiles by late November. #CatrionaGray #SarahRoseSummers #MissUniverse2018
If (as buzzed about) Miss Universe 2018 will be hosted in Macau, would you like to see the finals being held at the impressive Cotai Arena of The Venetian?
According to the property’s website, the Cotai Arena is “built over 4 levels – Event level, Main Concourse, Upper Concourse and the VIP level, the design flexibility of Cotai Arena has been delivering thousands of stage performance by international renowned artists, a wide range of entertainment and sporting events year around.
Seating capacity of Cotai Arena is from 2,000 to 13,500. Teamed with versatile 360 degree seating the Arena provides patrons with an exciting event experience and the best-undisturbed sightlines in Macao.
The topmost photo shows a sample stage setup at the said venue that looks somewhat similar to the one used during Miss U.S.A 2018 at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Your thoughts, dear readers? If you’ve been significantly around Macau, chime in your inputs.
Sarah Rose Summers of Nebraska wins Miss USA 2018. A Registered Nurse, she impressed the judges with her beauty and smarts, especially during the Q&A portion. She succeeds Kara McCullough who was the host delegate during Miss Universe 2017 in Las Vegas.
Sarah will now take part in Miss Universe 2018 later this year, along with our very own Catriona Gray.
During the recently-concluded Preliminaries of Miss USA 2018, pageant followers were glued on the fifty-one (51) candidates who will vie for the crown and be the US representative to Miss Universe 2018. After the event, two questions prevailed over the succeeding analysis of individual presentations:
1) Will Bryce Armstrong do a three-peat for District of Columbia and follow in the trails of her two predecessors Deshauna Barber and Kara McCullough?
2) Will Genesis Davila of Florida do a Catriona Gray of sorts and be able to pull a win to get the opportunity to participate in both Miss World and Miss Universe? (She was the Puerto Rican rep during Miss World 2014 in London)
Of course, these two are the top favorites to take it all the way. But surprises could also be coming from the remaining 49. Here now is my tally of fifteen (15) picks who – in my opinion – performed very well during the Prelims:
Alabama – Nicole Smith
Arkansas – Lauren Weaver
California – Kelley Johnson
District of Columbia – Bryce Armstrong
Florida – Genesis Davila
Georgia – Marianny Egurrola
Maryland – Brittinay Nicolette
Minnesota – Kalie Wright
Nevada – Carolina Urrea
New Jersey – Alexa Noone
Oklahoma – Cheyene Darling
South Dakota – Madison Nipe
Tennessee – Alexandra Harper
Texas – Logan Lester
Washington – Abigail Hill
Watch the entire Preliminary Competition now.
My Top 5 for Miss USA 2018
With the finals set for May 21 at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum in Shreveport, Louisiana, I am sharing my Top 5 and they are (in alphabetical order): Bryce Armstrong of District of Columbia, Genesis Davila of Florida, Brittinay Nicolette of Georgia, Carolina Urrea of Nevada and Alexandra Harper of Tennessee.
Let’s see who will be the chosen one and compete with our very own Catriona in the next Miss U.