Miss Universe 2023: Sheynnis Palacios won Tittle
The Miss Universe 2023 pageant was held on November 19 (IST) in San Salvador, El Salvador and Miss Nicaragua Shennis Palacios won the title.
The Miss Universe 2023 pageant, known for its dazzling display of national costumes and the crowning of a queen, has made a remarkable history of inclusion and representation through its contestants. The Miss Universe 2023 pageant was held on November 19 (IST) in San Salvador, El Salvador and Miss Nicaragua Sheynnis Palacios won the title.
Known for its stunning display of national costumes and crowning of a queen, the pageant has made a remarkable history of inclusion and representation through its contestants. The new Miss Universe has a degree in communication. Her anxiety episodes were the first to get started with this plan, which aims to emphasize the importance of her health.
84 women from all over the world graced the Miss World stage. This year’s competition is all about inclusion and progress. Two married mothers Michelle Kohn from Guatemala and Maria Camila Avella Montanez from Colombia were among the first to compete.
Miss Nepal, Jane Deepika Garrett made history as the first plus size model to enter. Miss Portugal, Marina Machete, and Miss Netherlands, Ricci Colle, paved the way for transgender inclusion in the global pageant. Shweta Sharada represented India and made it to the top 20 finalists in the coveted pageant.
Pakistan’s Erica Robin also made her debut in the global competition. The 72nd Miss World pageant was held at the Jose Adolfo Pineda Arena in El Salvador. Audiences and viewers around the world watched 12-time Grammy winner John Legend perform. The event was hosted by Maria Menounos with former Miss World Olivia Culpo and Jenny Mai. The Central American country hosted the competition for the first time since 1975.