Miss South Africa rules all. Zozibini Tunzi crowns Miss Universe 2019. So after excelling through rounds of swimsuit. And evening gown struts, questions on social issues. And one final chance to explain why she was the right choice.
“I grew up in a world where a woman who looks like me. So with my kind of skin and my kind of hair never consider to be beautiful,”. She says in her last response. “I think it is time that that stops today. I want children to look at me and see my face. So I want them to see their faces reflect in mine”.
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The two runners-up for the crown were Miss Mexico and Miss Puerto Rico.
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“If you do not use your beauty for your life’s mission. So it’s just an empty ornament,” Sofía Aragón, representing Mexico, says earlier in the competition. Madison Anderson represents Puerto Rico.
“Being on the Miss Universe stage is not just a dream?” Anderson says. So “I believe that I found my mission. It’s a representation of dedication, resilience and perseverance. But I do believe my mission is to show the world. So that magic happens when we refuse to give up. Because the universe always listens to a stubborn heart”.
And if you’re wondering, yes, there was another mix-up. So Steve Harvey involve in it. But its nothing like the 2015 disaster when he called out the wrong winner.
Harvey host the pageant for the fifth time sporting a bedazzle green and gold suit jacket.
Miss Philippines won the National Costume Contest
He commenting on a costume from earlier in a week. And says Miss Philippines won the National Costume Contest. So He right, but the woman who came out on stage says she Miss Malaysia.
“Y’all got to quit doing this to me,” he says.
The massive competition host at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.
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It has already made history with Miss Myanmar, Swe Zin Htet, who says she’s the first openly gay contestant.
Last year’s winner, Catriona Gray from the Philippines spoke during Sunday’s pageant. So saying the past year has been “unforgettable, life-changing and purposeful”.
“We’re getting this amazing platform to voice the things we’re passionate about. But the things we care about,” she says in a video. “I always had a voice. But Miss Universe allows me to amplify it”.
Zozibini Tunzi: Miss Universe 2019’s THESE interesting facts will leave you to amaze
Zozibini Tunzi won Miss Universe 2019 on December 8. The Miss Universe 2019 beauty pageant took place on Sunday in Atlanta, Georgia. The final question that won Miss Universe 2019 South Africa the crown. “What is the most important thing you should be teaching young girls today?”. So One thing new this year. So that each contestant is given the opportunity to make a final statement for the audience and judges.
So her bio states, “She has devoted her social media campaign to change the narrative around gender stereotypes. She is a proud advocate for natural beauty. And encourages women to love themselves the way they are”. The 26-year-old Zozibini Tunzi is from Tsolo, South Africa. So the contestants compete in swimsuit, evening gown and on-stage question rounds. And Zozibini rose above all to win the crown.
Today, check out these interesting facts about Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi.
Tunzi is a PR specialist
Tunzi completed a Bachelor of Technology graduate degree. So in public relations management at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology and work. So as a graduate intern in the public relations department of Ogilvy Cape Town.
She is a huge fan of this particular series
Tunzi is a huge fan of Game of Thrones.
She has THESE beauty accolades
Her parents are professionals in the field of academics
Her mother is a school principal at Bangweni JSS, a school in a village called Bolotwa. The father works in Pretoria at the department of Higher Education and Training.
She is engaging with these causes
Zozibini is Engage in the Fight Against Gender-Based Violence.
Miss Universe supports this cause
“I stand for the education of the South African youth, for equality and representation. So as a Miss South Africa, I cannot wait to make a contribution to these important social causes”. Share beauty.
Tunzi is an advocate of this important cause
She is an Advocate for Natural Beauty. She plans to proudly represent SA with her short natural hair on a world stage at Miss Universe 2019.