JULIANA PARIZCOVA SEGOVIA is the first ever Miss Q & A grand winner after a very emotions-filled final round on ABS-CBN — and the whole Filipino TV viewers may not know it, but they’re celebrating the Pride month with the rest of the world as It’s Showtime airs today the competition live from Resorts World Manila in Pasay City. Advertisements
SPAIN MADE history today by crowning a trans woman as Miss Universe Spain 2018, the first trans woman to win in the history of a local pageant under the Miss Universe franchise. She is Angela Ponce.
REYNA MICHELLE RUHEN from the town of Aborlan was crowned Mutya ng Palawan 2018 a few minutes ago today, June 23 at Mendoza Park Ampitheater in Puerto Princesa.
ONLY A FEW months more to go before the 67th edition of Miss Universe pageant, and we can hear the pageant fans’ hearts beating faster as days pass by. Die hard pageant fans across the globe are now betting on their most favorite contestants to win the crown. So let’s compare notes. For this post, let’s take a look at the possible frontrunners, and the contestants from the queens-producing countries. First, the queens with the sash factors. Those whose sashes are synonymous to victory, if not the contenders to beat, their performance these past few years being considered.
THE UNITED STATES of America is ready to rock the universe with its newest queen, Miss USA 2018 Sarah Rose Summers of Nebraska as she was crowned tonight, May 21, 2018 at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA.