Of all the issues facing the planet these days, the Miss Universe pageant made headlines today by presenting some political statements that took the stage with some of the world’s most talented women. The Miss Universe forum offered contestants an open opportunity to shed light on world issues facing them personally, along with those facing the countries they represent.
There has been no reduction in the problems plaguing countries around the world, especially in view of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, which has increased the severity of the current problems and has also led to brand new ones. Sunday’s Miss Universe pageant gave contestants a wider audience class to present their concerns.
Cnn Reported today that the most eyebrow-raising moments of this year’s Miss Universe competition came from the “National Costume Contest” segment of the event. During the segment, contestants designed elaborate costumes to best represent themselves as well as best represent their countries. However, the big news from the segment came from three exclusive competitors.
Miss universe singapore
Bernadette Belle Ong, AKA Miss Universe Singapore, took her time during the costume contest to draw attention to anti-Asian hatred.
If you have been Watching the news Over the past year, you are aware that as a result of xenophobic fears from the COVID-19 epidemic, anti-Asian sentiment and hate attacks have taken place extensively around the world.
Ong stepped onto the stage with a large red and white gown, with “#Stop Asian Hate” written on the back. The colors not only displayed Ong’s message to the crowd, but also displayed the colors of the official flag of Singapore. Ong’s ensemble comes from Filipino designers Arvin Merriles and Paulo Pilapill Espinosa, who managed to put the piece together in just two jam-packed days.
Miss universe uruguay
Lola de los Santos, aka Miss Universe Uruguay, drew attention to a different issue facing millions of people worldwide. The contestant showed her support for the LGBTQ + community with her dress, with an iridescent flag skirt that she justified to reveal a message.
The rainbow curtain skirt had the message in large black letters, “” No more hate, violence, disapproval, discrimination “. De los Santos also created a rainbow crown to complement his anti-hate performance. However, this year The last political message to come from the Miss Universe pageant was not de los Santos.
Miss universe myanmar
Thujar vint Lwyn, AKA Miss Universe Myanmar, presented her political message with the toughest way of organizing, with a sign different from her outfit during the pageant costume contest.
Lwin came on stage in a traditional beaded and embroidered costume, with a crown and several strings of hanging pendants. He revealed a scroll before placing a “Pray for Myanmar” message on his head. The message is in response to Myanmar’s grim situation, in which more than 700 protesters were killed and thousands more were arrested after occupying Myanmar’s military power in a February coup.
And is the winner. . .
The judges must have taken the message of Thujar vint Lwin to heart, as the contestants won the costume contest after drawing attention to their country’s recent challenges. Lwyn posted an image of herself in the dress, along with additional details of the dress, as well as its relation to the history of Myanmar.
The Miss Universe competition brought to light a number of important political issues on stage on Sunday, but the judges eventually headed to Andrea Meza of Mexico for this year’s winner. However, the Hollywood, Florida program showed us that perhaps the Miss Universe competition would be a regular discussion board for political issues facing countries around the world.
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