Miss Universe 2019: Intense final Q&A with top 3 beauty queens goes viral

Miss Universe 2019: Intense final Q&A with top 3 beauty queens goes viral

- Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa won the Miss Universe 2019 crown, beating Mexico and Puerto Rico

- Tunzi was able to achieve her dream through her stunning beauty and her awesome answer in the final Q&A

- The last question was: “What is the most important thing we should teach young girls today?”

- The South African beauty queen focused on teaching young girls how to be good leaders and how to have self-confidence

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Miss Universe 2019 is over and Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa won the crown. KAMI learned that Tunzi was able to achieve her dream through her stunning beauty and her awesome answer in the final Q&A.

Along with South Africa, the ladies from Mexico and Puerto Rico also participated in the Q&A. The question was: “What is the most important thing we should teach young girls today?”

Tunzi focused on teaching young girls how to be good leaders and how to have confidence.

Here are their full answers:

South Africa: “I think the most important thing we should be teaching young girls today is leadership. It's something that has been lacking in young girls and women for a very long time not because we don't want to but because of what society has labeled women to be. I think we are the most powerful beings in the world and that we should be given every opportunity and that is what we should be teaching these young girls to take up space. Nothing is important as taking up space in society.”

Mexico: “It's very important to teach young girls today the importance of their true value. We see so many perfection in social media, perfect lives, perfect bodies, perfect faces, perfect relationships. Nothing is that real. We have to teach them that who they are is already amazing, who they are is already worth it because what they really are is not what it looks like. It's what they feel, what they act, and the way they react to the world. I believe a girl is worth what she has to offer to the world way more than the way she looks. Thank you.”

Puerto Rico: “There are so many things that I would love to teach young girls if I had the opportunity to be Miss Universe such as in a world where people are masked it's such a beautiful thing to see an authentic soul so to embrace your uniqueness, to embrace who you are because you just don't know who you can inspire just by being you so celebrate that. Thank you.”

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KAMI reported earlier that Catriona Gray made her last appearance as the reigning Miss Universe 2018.

Catriona Gray is a Filipino-Australian actress and model, born on January 6, 1994. Catriona’s father is Ian Gray, a Scottish-Australian. Her mother is Normita Magnayon, a Filipina from Albay. She already joined and became a finalist in Miss World 2016 before winning Miss Universe last year.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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