Miss Colombia, Paulina Vega, won Miss Universe. Can she ruled the world? Can she be president too? She is beautiful attractive woman and she listened to the final question of the night and answer her best.
Some of the questions from the judges were ridiculous and often confusing to the ladies. Lisa Vandepump ask for Miss Ukraine, “If you could remove the swim competition from Miss Universe, why or why not?” What kind of question was that? Miss Ukrane respond was “It’s a bad situation and I look beautiful in my pink bathing suit,” that I translated to English. The other contestants wore the same thing pink bikini. She looked absolute stunning. Her question was short. Thank you.
“One of three women would experience violence in her lifetime. What can it be done to get the number down?” Emilo asked to Miss Jamaica. I don’t know what happened here? Maybe the music and was too loud in the auditorium and the applause too. They should cut down the music and minimize the audience cheering, that’s why the ladies were having a tough time listening to the question from the judges. Miss Jamaica respond was totally different, she said “Good evening everyone. Time is our global phenomena and it doesn’t affect our nation and as people in the world, we should worked together to prevent this from happening. Thank you.” When she went back to the group, she f—k up the answer, but she smiled back and look pretty. She used the same answer from the previous questions from rehearsal later that week.
Vega impressed the judges when asked what she thinks women can learn from men. “I believe there’s still men that do believe in equality,” she said through a translator. “I believe that’s what women should learn from men.”
Vega, a 22-year-old student of business administration from Barranquilla, Colombia, said the contests leading up to Miss Universe were the first she had participated. She also said they would be her last as she would be eager to return to her studies in Colombia after her reign.
“It will be a dream come true to represent the woman of today,” Vega said prior to winning the crown at the 63rd annual pageant, broadcast live on NBC from the FIU Arena in Doral, Miami. “A woman that not only cares about being beautiful and being glamorous, but also cares about being a professional, intelligent, hard-working person.”
“Today Show” personality Natalie Morales served as host of the show with Thomas Roberts and the co-host of The Real talk show, Jeannie Mai . The broadcast included performances by singers Nick Jonas and Prince Royce