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28 November 2017, 01:00 | Clyde Nash
Miss Universe 2017 is a management graduate
They were asked: What quality in yourself that you are most proud of and how do you apply that quality to your time as Miss Universe?
Miss Universe Jamaica Davina Bennett has been declared second runner to the 2017 Miss Universe.
Miss Colombia and Miss Jamaica also impressed the judges during the Q&A segment, answering questions on how to talk to children about terrorism and sexual harassment, respectively. On top of the tiara, the sash and the glory, women will be competing for a year-long salary to represent the title, and room and board in a glamorous New York City apartment, not to mention a massive platform for philanthropy and castings.
"Women earn 75% of what men earn doing the same thing". "I will do my best to show the real beauty of Cambodian women and the world will know more about our country". She helped develop a program to train women in self-defense in various situations after she was robbed at gunpoint a month after she was crowned as Miss South Africa.
The 66th Miss Universe pageant will air live on Sunday from The Axis at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
On Sunday, he poked fun at his mistake throughout the night.
Colombia was the first country to be called when four finalists from the Americas were announced-this was an innovation from the Miss Universe pageant, the candidates were divided into three regions: the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific, and Europe.
The Kingdom's historic debut comes thanks to 19-year-old Phnom Penh local Sotheary, who had gained extensive support and attention from local fans after winning the Miss Cambodia pageant in 2016.
Miss Philippines Rachel Peters was a crowd favorite, getting the loudest cheer from the audience, one that Harvey and co-host Ashley Graham noticed. This took her through to the Top 3. "She is a woman that has nothing too much to ask for and that is exactly who I am".
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