Queen of the United States wins Miss Universe in controversial outcome
In a challenged last, the representative of the United States, R’Bonney Nola Gabriel, was crowned as one of the most stunning lady on the planet in the final of the competition that took place on January 14 in New Orleans, in the 71st edition of the contest. as well as among one of the most controversial in the history of the contest. (see video of the outcome below).
Miss USA defeated Miss Venezuela, Amanda Dudamel Newman, that became one of the faves in the surveys and by the public. Both beauty queens remained in the Top 5, also comprised of Miss Curacao (Gabriela Pereira Dos Santos), Miss Dominican Republic (Andreína Martínez) and also Miss Puerto Rico (Ashley Ann Cariño Barreto).
This is the 8th time that the United States has won the Miss Universe crown. The jury for this competition was made up of rap artist Big Freedia, journalist Myrka Dellanos, Miss Universe 2010 Ximena Navarrete, Roku executive Sweta Patel, Miss Universe 1998 Wendy Fitzwilliam, starlet Emily Austin as well as the creator of O Skin Med Spa, Olivia Quido.
Public objection indicated the reality that the agent of the United States acquired the scepter basically due to the fact that the fact that she was the regional candidate evaluated.
It needs to be kept in mind that the city of New Orleans was entrusted to the organization of the competition, which additionally introduced a brand-new conformation in terms of possession, after several various other Latin American cities surrendered being the place.
— Miss Universe (@MissUniverse) January 15, 2023
The new Miss Universe did not have favoritism, given that after having been the 16 chosen finalists, it was shared by Andreina Martínez Founier, the 24-year-old Dominican queen that, at the end of primary school, had actually emigrated with her household to the United States. which she had actually finished Magna Cum Laude as a psycho therapist; as well as the Venezuelan prospect, Amanda Dudamel, 23, born in the city of Merida, a designer from the Instituto Europeo di Design in Rome, likewise specialized in the London College of Fashion.