Lessons from the top 13 contestants of the Miss Universe pageant
Jan 31 2017 by Desiree Burns
Besides France, Haiti, Colombia and the Philippines, those who advanced to the Top 13 from a field of 86 were Miss Kenya Mary Esther Were, Miss Indonesia Kezia Warouw, Miss USA Deshauna Barber, Miss Mexico Kristal Silva, Miss Peru Valeria Piazza, Miss Panama Keity Drennan, Miss Canada Siera Bearchell, Miss Brazil Raissa Santana and Miss Thailand Chalita Suansane (the Internet voting winner).
But there was no doubt that Miss Colombia's roast of Steve Harvey was one of the most memorable moments of the night. All six contestants gave at least a nod to coming together and getting along. "Donald Trump, having been elected as the President of the United States, may not have been the choice of many people living in the United States because of the divided support system for the outgoing President Barack Obama, who has supporting an upcoming woman President. who was supposed to be a woman President Hillary Clinton". On January 21, an estimated 4.8 million people marched worldwide for human rights, women's rights, and other issues.
Pelissier worked Eleanor Roosevelt into her answer, which was essentially "human rights". However, she did clarify that she said medical school, not casting, in her interview answer. Mittenaere left the decision about refugees up to each nation. In Europe we have open borders.
"In France we want to have the most globalization that we can. I felt I was filing myself because I wasn't living my dreams; I was living day by day, and that natural disaster, it was a bad event, but I chose to be a very positive person and learn a great lesson from it because if I am here today, it's because I am living my dreams". "Maybe someday that will change but now we have open borders", Mittenaeresaid.
She is a bit taller than usual, which some men might find unattractive, but she said she considers her height a gift from God.
Tovar, who was asked about violence in today's society, didn't have an explanation for the trend but said through a translator that respect and inclusiveness would help educate children against violence in the future.