A look back to Miss Universe history.
MISS UNIVERSE HISTORY – Here is a compilation of some of the best answers we have heard from the previous Miss Universe candidates.
The international pageant Miss Universe is one of the most anticipated pageant every year gathering all the beautiful women one from every country of the globe. And in this pageant, only with the complete package gets the crown and the title.
And one of the highlights is the Question and Answer portion and through the years, here are some of the best responses coming from these queens.
Here are the pageant questions and some of the best corresponding answers to these from the candidates:
- “If you could change one thing about your past, what would it be and why?”
- 2001: Denise M. Quiñones (Puerto Rico): “I’m trying really to find something that I would want in the past, but I really enjoyed all my life, all the good opportunities that I’ve had and all those not good in that moments, but they helped me to grow. And I have enjoyed all my life. And I thank God for each step that He has given me. I have no regrets.”
- “What the biggest challenge in her life was?”
- 2005: Natalie Glebova (Canada): “It was trying to stay positive. She considers herself as the kind of person who sees the glass as half-full rather than half-empty and even though sometimes it’s difficult to look at life this way, she always tries to maintain a positive outlook on life.”
- “Do you believe that men or women have it easier in life and why?”
- 2008: Dayana Mendoza (Venezuela): “Actually God made us to share and to have difference but the big difference between women and men (it doesn’t matter what kind of life they live) is that men think the faster way to go to a point is to go straight but women know that the faster way to go to a point is through the curves and fixing every curves.”
- “What is something you have done that you would never do again?”
- 2012: Olivia Culpo (USA): “Well, first, I’d like to start off by saying that every experience no matter what it is, good or bad, you’ll learn from it. Um. That’s the name of… That’s just life. But something that I regret would probably be picking on my siblings growing up because you appreciate them so much more as you grow older. You get closer with your family but everybody fights with their siblings, right? So… But I don’t regret it!”
- Why should you be the next Miss Universe?
- 2015: Pia Wurtzbach (Philippines): “To be a Miss Universe is both an honor and responsibility. If I were to be Miss Universe, I will use my voice to influence the youth and I would raise awareness to certain causes like HIV awareness that is timely and relevant to my country which is the Philippines. I want to show the world, the universe rather, that I am confidently beautiful with a heart. Thank you.”
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