This year’s edition of the Miss Universe 2017 was the 66th Miss Universe event, hung on 26 November 2017. The occasion was held at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
The show was facilitated by Steve Harvey and Ashley Graham, while Fergie and Rachel Platten performed. Carson Kressley joined runway mentor and expo master Lu Sierra in the critique and examination table all through the broadcast. Hopefuls from 92 nations and territories participated in the current year’s expo. This year’s expo has more contenders than any other time in recent memory. Cambodia, Laos and Nepal are being spoken for the first time in the show.
On Sunday night, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters brought home best respects over the first sprinter up Miss Colombia Laura González, second sprinter up Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett, and 89 other ladies in Las Vegas. The 22-year-old tended to ladies’ issues all through the whole rivalry, awing judges with her benevolent heart and huge knowledge on sexual orientation pay to self-protection.
Other than that staggering tiara and her beaming smile, fans needed to find out about how Miss South Africa progressed toward becoming Miss Universe in almost no time. Here are some things you should think about the universe’s eminence!
About Miss Universe of 2017:
- Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters is the second South African to win the title of Miss Universe since the pageant’s inception in 1956
- Her self-defense platform is rooted in personal experience
- In her limited free time, she loves playing golf
- She’s a recent college graduate
- Her biggest motivator in life is her 10-year-old half-sister Franje
Note: Nel-Peters, 22, recently earned her degree in business management at North-West University.
Congrats to the new Miss Universe! We trust she proceeds on utilizing her crown to empower more ladies to stand-up for themselves and pursue their fantasies.
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