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Former Miss USA Jumps to Her Death From New York City Skyscraper

Cheslie Kryst, who won the Miss USA sash in 2019, has died after a fall from her high-rise Manhattan apartment building. She was 30. Her family confirmed Kryst’s death in a Sunday statement. “Her great light was one that inspired others around the world with her beauty and strength,” it read. “She cared, she loved, she laughed and she shined.” The family said that the pageant-winner had “embodied love and served others” and that “her impact will live on.” Her body was found on the sidewalk outside the Orion Condominium building in Midtown just after 7 a.m. Kryst lived on the ninth floor of the building, according to the New York Post. She was last seen on a terrace 29 stories above the ground. Though her family did not provide a cause of death, sources in the New York Police Department have confirmed that Kryst had died by suicide, according to the Post and The Hollywood Reporter. The Post reported that Kryst had left behind a note leaving her possessions to her mother. “May this day b

Interview With Audrey Monkam - Miss Cameroon 2020-2021

  Watch my interview with the beautiful and charming Audrey Monkam, Miss Cameroon 2020-2021. Audrey makes history by becoming the first Cameroonian delegate to place in Miss World. Click banner to go to the link.

My Recap & Review Of Miss Earth USA 2022

  Watch my latest vlog where I do a recap and review of Miss Earth USA 2022 finals held last January 8 in Orlando, Florida. And find out how I rated the show from a scale of 1 to 10!

40 Contestants To Return To Puerto Rico For Miss World 2021 Finals

  On January 21, 2022 via its official website, the Miss World Organization announced the remaining 25 quarter finalists that have been selected and invited to return to Puerto for the 2021 finals to take place in March, The finals was supposed to have taken place last December 16, but due to the surge of COVID-19 cases that included over 30 delegates and staff, the finals was postponed until March. The first 15 quarter finalists who have already advanced were fast-track winners:  South Africa, Philippines, Paraguay, Mongolia, Nepal, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, England, Botswana, Cameroon, Nicaragua. India, Mexico, Venezuela and the United States.  This time, the additional 25 are the judges' choices. From the website : Julia Morley and her Miss World team would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the contestants from the 97 countries that have contributed so much to this year's event. We are sad that you cannot all return for the finale, but we really hope that every count

Best Pageant Of 2021

  Watch me and my guests (Summer Smith of Crown Sisters, Peter Sereno of The Pageant Institute, Ecuadorian pageant analyst Antonio Rivadeneira and Ko Phanasa of KP1 Worldwide) select our choices for the best pageant of 2021. The nominees are: Miss Universe Miss Grand International Miss Supranational Miss Earth Miss Intercontinental The Miss Globe

Miss Earth USA 2022 Crowned

  Natalia Salmon of Pennsylvania was crowned Miss Earth USA 2022 on January 8 at the Linda Chapin Theater in Orlando, Florida.  She will now compete in the next edition of Miss Earth whose date and venue have yet to be confirmed.  Salmon's court includes: Faith Porter - District of Columbia - Miss Earth USA Air 2022  Brielle Simmons - Connecticut - Miss Earth USA Water 2022 Hannah Wellborn-Lewis - North Carolina - Miss Earth USA Fire 2022 Emma Loney - Oklahoma - Miss Earth USA Eco 2022 Natalia Salmon Photos courtesy of Miss Earth USA

Best And Worst In Pageantry 2021

  Watch me and my guests dissect pageantry in 2021.  My guests include Summer Smith of Crown Sisters, Peter Sereno of The Pageant Institute, Ko Phanasa of KP1 Worldwide, and Ecuadorian fan and pageant analyst Antonio Rivadeneira. Hector Joaquin joined in towards the last half hour of the show. We discuss the best and worst in pageantry in 2021 with focus on these pageants: Miss Universe, Miss Grand International, Miss Supranational, Miss Earth, Miss Intercontinental and The Miss Globe.

The Top Ten Most Memorable Pageant Personalities of 2021

 Watch my latest vlog where I reveal the top ten most memorable pageant personalities of 2021.

End Of The Year Review - Pageantry In 2021

  And the winner is... Miss Quasi-Normal. Runners-up include Miss Apartheid Universe and Miss Covid World.         2021 pageantry was characterized by a gradual return to normalcy as pageant competitions – which had been cancelled or postponed in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic – succeeded in staging physical productions while paying close attention to universal safety guidelines. Even major events like the Tokyo Summer Olympics, which was cancelled in 2020, successfully took place in 2021. Miss Universe and Miss Grand International held two editions (one each for 2020 and 2021), The Miss World finals was postponed for March 2022 after several contestants had tested positive for COVID-19 in Puerto Rico which hosts the pageant. The year was also a milestone for Miss Universe and Miss World’s 70th anniversary and Miss America’s 100th anniversary. TRANS-CENDENTAL MISS:    On March 8, 2021, Filipino-American  Kataluna Enrique z made history by being the first transwoman to be crowned