-Catriona Gray shares her own take on South Africa's final question in Miss Universe 2019
-The Pinay beauty queen said that she agrees with Zozibini Tunzi's answer about leadership
-However, for her, teaching leadership to young women shouldn't just be about being a leader but also by being empowered within themselves
-She also praised the winning answer of the newly-crowned Miss Universe
Catriona Gray gave her take on South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi's final question in the recently held Miss Universe 2019.
In a press gathering for her come back in the Philippines, the beauty queen gladly agreed on the newly crowned Miss Universe's answer.
"I definitely agree that we should teach the youth about leadership because it's not only being a leader means leading a group of people. But more so being empowered with yourself and making your own decisions. When you feel empowered to input your opinion or just speak up."
"So allowing children to experience being able to lead in a way that is not necessarily dictating to other people but pulling themselves up."
She also said that Tunzi's winning answer during the pageant was amazing.
"I think it was an amazing answer!"
In an earlier report by KAMI, Catriona Gray and Gazini Ganados' photos together delighted netizens.
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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