This year’s Miss Universe has created alot of buzz. Who should have won, who looked fab in that gown, who had the “spunk”, and a whole lot more.
Before the buzz dies, and things go back to the way they were, here’s my last shoutout for Miss Universe 2006.
A friend commented on how Miss Trinidad & Tobago looked. She was dubbed, “the face of the competition”, and looked really classy, sophisticated, and really beautiful. But as my friend watched the Miss Universe pageant, she could not help but wonder how Miss Trinidad & Tobago managed to hide her zits on the pageant proper, since pre-pageant footages revealed some blemishes, and bumps on her face ( she is just as observant as I am! ) . Well, we’re not taking that against her because a blemish or imperfection isn’t stopping anyone from joining or even winning a beauty pageant. That’s downright shallow. I mean, hello, they can easily be zapped and treated! So, kudos for the great makeup job on Miss Kenisha Thom that she managed to look flawless and radiant during the pageant proper! Makeup sure does wonders, and I’m glad!
Another thing to consider is the huge number of unsatisfied audiences of Miss Universe 2006 that passionately proclaimed that Miss Japan 2006 Kurara Chibana was robbed off the crown, and she should have won instead of Miss Puerto Rico Zuleyka Rivera. With her beautiful, exotic face, amazing physique, admirable spunk and wit, everyone knew the moment she drew out her sword during the national costume competition, the contest was over.
I must comment that the way she represented Japan is just great. She represented Japan as being a modern, cosmopolitan, and a country with highly educated people. No more oriental antiquity perceptions, she just represented the modern Japanese woman – confident, knows what she wants, and very aggressive.
I don’t know, I do find Miss Puerto Rico Zuleyka Rivera beautiful, but I can’t help but compare her to former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres, who is also from Puerto Rico. For me, she is just the most beautiful Miss Universe title holder.
Well, win or lose, at least these ladies got some fans! I’m so dying to watch Miss Universe next year!