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Miss Universe Vietnam 2022

  HO CHI MINH CITY, June 26 (Vietname News/ANN): Nguyen Thi Ngoc Chau , a 28-year-old beauty from the southern province of Tay Ninh, was crowned Miss Universe Vietnam 2022 during the pageant’s finale held in Ho Chi Minh City on Saturday (June 25) evening. Chau surpassed 40 other candidates from across the country to win the title in the final round of Miss Universe Vietnam 2022. Standing 1.74m tall and with body measurements of 81-63-92.5cm, the Tay Ninh contestant is a professional fashion model who was crowned the winner of Vietnam's Next Top Model 2016. Chau also won the title of Miss Supranational Vietnam 2018 and made her mark in the international arena after being crowned Miss Supranational Asia 2019. Source:

Miss Universe Chile 2022

      S ofia Depassier , 24, representing Chileans living outside of Chile (“Comunidad Extranjera”), was crowned Miss Universe Chile 2022 last night. She will now represent Chile in the next edition of Miss Universe. Born in the capital city of Santiago, Depassier moved to the United States at a young age. She’s a professional model, a beautician and an actress. Meanwhile, Miss Universe Chile 2021 Antonia Figueroa has been designated as Chile’s representative to Reina Hispanoamericana 2022 pageant.

Philippines Wins Miss International Queen 2022

  The Philippines’ Fuschia Anne Ravena was named Miss International Queen 2022 during the coronation night held in Thailand on Saturday, June 25.  The 27-year-old business owner bested 22 other candidates in the competition to succeed Mexico’s Valentina Fluchaire. Ravena is the third Filipino to take home the Miss International Queen title, after 2012’s   Kevin Balot   and 2015’s   Trixia Maristela. During the final question and answer portion, the candidates were asked how they would teach the importance of equality should they win the pageant. Ravena’s winning answer was: “I will start it by influencing other people to spread love, peace, and unity to have world equality because after all we live under one sky. And we breathe the same air. And we all live from differences where love is universal.”  Colombia’s Jasmine Jimenez and France’s Aëla Chanel placed 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up, respectively.  Source:, 6/26/2022

Is Former Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza Homophobic?

  Former Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza from Venezuela has been receiving tremendous backlash from the LGBT community after she posted on her IG story a meme illustrating the word “pride” in rainbow colors and a biblical verse in Spanish saying, “Delante de la destrucción va el orgullo” which translates in English to “Pride goes before destruction” from the Book of Proverbs, chapter 16 verse 18. In this vlog, I give an an in-depth analysis of the situation, a brief history of other beauty queens who have been criticized for their religious beliefs, and an insight that may benefit everyone regardless of his or her views on religion or any topic that may be controversial to some people.

India Wins Man of the World 2022 Contest

  In an interesting twist of fate, India - who came out of nowhere - won the Man of the World 2022 contest beating heavy favorite Ukraine who placed second. This goes to show you that popularity does not equate automatic victory. The pageant, which celebrated its fourth edition, took place on June 18 at Baguio Convention Center in Baguio City, Philippines. Thirty-seven contestants originally signed up, but only twenty-two actually showed up.  Khurana was crowned by the 2019 titleholder, Jin Kyu Kim of Korea. No contest was held in 2020 and 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Man of the World: INDIA – ADITYA KHURANA 1st Runner up: UKRAINE – VLADIMIR GRAND 2nd Runner up: PHILIPPINES – NADIM ELZEIN 3rd Runner up: NETHERLANDS – TJARDO VOLLEMA 4th Runner up: VIETNAM – NGUYEN HUU ANH

Miss World Philippines 2022 Crowned

  Miss World Philippines Gwendolyne Fourniol (center) is flanked by (from left) Miss Charity Cassandra Bermeo Chan, Miss Eco Teen Philippines Beatriz Mclelland, Miss Supranational Philippines Alison Black, Miss Eco Philippines Ashley Subijano Montenegro, Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas Ingrid Santamaria, and Miss Tourism Justine Felizarta. Image: Philippine Daily Inquirer/Armin P. Adina PASAY CITY, Philippines —  Gwendolyne Fourniol from Negros Occidental  was proclaimed Miss World Philippines, inheriting the crown from Tracy Maureen Perez to become the country’s representative to the 71st edition of the Miss World pageant, whose date and location is yet to be announced.  Fourniol  bested 35 other aspirants for the title in ceremonies staged at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City on June 6. She now carries the task of bringing home the Philippines’ second Miss World victory, nine years after Megan Young became the first Filipino woman to capture the “blue crown” from the longest-runn