Showing posts with the label Miss Supranational 2024

Miss South Africa 2023 is Natasha Joubert

Natasha Joubert was crowned Miss South Africa 2023 during the 65th Miss South Africa pageant held on Sunday, August 13 at the SunBet Arena, Time Square, Pretoria. The 26-year-old marketing management graduate and entrepreneur from Tshwane, Gauteng won in her second attempt for the national title. She was second runner-up at Miss South Africa 2020 and went on to compete in the 69th Miss Universe which was held in Hollywood, Florida. Bryoni Govender, 26, from Kempton Park in Gauteng, and Nande Mabala, 26, from Zwelethemba, Worcester in Cape Town were the first and second runners-up, respectively. Rounding out the Top 5 were Homba Mazaleni and Melissa Nayimuli while Anke Rothmann and Jordan van der Vyver were the rest of the Top 7 finalists. Hosted by award-winning television presenter, radio personality, actress, and social media personality Bonang Matheba, the much-talked-about event was attended by a special guest and part of the distinguished panel of judges, reigning Miss Universe R&

Miss Diva 2023: Meet the Top 16 finalists for Miss Universe India 2023

Out of 180 confidently beautiful divas, only 16 will now move on to the LIVA Miss Diva 2023 (Miss Universe India 2023) competition following a final round of auditions held on Wednesday, August 9 in the "City of Dreams" Mumbai. Among the distinguished panel of judges who picked the finalists were India's very own Mr World 2016 Rohit Khandelwal, former Mister Supranational India Altamash Faraz, reigning Miss Universe India Divita Rai, and Miss Supranational India Pragnya Ayyagari. The main winner of this year's competition, to be crowned in Mumbai on August 27, will represent incredible India at the Miss Universe 2023 pageant in El Salvador this November, while another beauty will be selected for Miss Supranational 2024. Who will become the next Miss Diva? Meet the Top 16 finalists: Aayushi Tiwari (Balaghat, Madhya Pradesh) Aishwarya Dikshit (Mumbai, Maharashtra) Apurva Chavan (Pune, Maharashtra) Archana Bhavsar (Mumbai, Maharashtra) Aruna Beniwal (Jaipur, Rajasthan) A

Miss South Africa unveils new crown 'Mowana' inspired by tree of life

Led by CEO Stephanie Weil, the Miss South Africa organization officially unveiled a new crown called "Mowana" at a ceremony held on Monday, August 7 in Johannesburg. Sponsored by Ursula Pule, creative director of Nungu Diamonds, the beautiful masterpiece was inspired by the "Tree of Life" known as the baobab trees. Present during the unveiling event were Miss South Africa 2023 finalists and newly arrived reigning Miss Universe R'Bonney Gabriel who flew all the way from Bangkok. The baobab is revered just as women, who are cherished as sources of life and positivity, are. Both are symbols of strength and resilience. Meanwhile, the African sunrise was used as a metaphor to symbolize the rise of Miss South Africa at the start of her reign, signifying the beginning of her new life as a queen. The exquisite crown will be worn by the winner of the Miss South Africa 2023 final this coming Sunday, August 13 at Time Square's SunBet Arena in Pretoria. "She become

Miss South Africa 2023: Get to know the Top 7 finalists

From the Top 12, only seven finalists remained to fight for the title of Miss South Africa 2023 on Sunday, August 13 at SunBet Arena, Time Square, in Pretoria. Keaoleboga Nkashe was eliminated during the last episode of this year's Crown Chasers, a reality show where the finalists compete in challenges and one gets eliminated each week. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss South Africa (@official_misssa) While Levern José withdrew amidst bullying allegations online, the rest of the finalists who were eliminated in the previous episodes were Ané Oosthuysen, Lungo Katete, and Lebohang Raputsoe. Get to know the Top 7 finalists: Anke Rothmann  - 23, is a pharmacist intern who is representing the Northern Cape. She holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the North West University in Potchefstroom. Bryoni Natalie Govender  - 26, from Kempton Park in Gauteng and is a qualified lawyer working as a trainee associate, whilst awaiting admission to become an attorney. Homba Mazal

Ungfrú Ísland 2023: Meet the contestants

Ungfrú Ísland 2023 (Miss Universe Iceland 2023) final competition will be held on August 16 at Gamla Bíó in Reykjavík. A total of 19 contestants from across the country, aged 18 to 28 years old, have been officially announced to compete for the coveted national title. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ungfrú Ísland (@missuniverseiceland) At the culmination of the upcoming event, Hrafnhildur Haraldsdóttir will crown her successor who will represent Iceland at the 72nd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2023) in El Salvador. The first runner-up is expected to participate in the Miss Supranational 2024 pageant in Poland. Who will be crowned the next Miss Universe Iceland? Meet the contestants: 101 Reykjavík - Daniela Dís Jörundsdóttir Akranes - Erla Dís Guðmundsdóttir Akureyri - Embla Yr Pétursdóttir Blue Mountains - Helga Rós Arnarsdóttir Capital Region - Lilja Síf Pétursdóttir Central Reykjavík - Dimmey Rós Lúðvíksdóttir Diamond Beach - Tinna Lind Helgad

Miss Polski 2023: Meet the 32 finalists

Following rounds of casting, a total of 32 finalists from 16 Polish provinces have been chosen to compete for the title of Miss Polski 2023 (Miss Poland 2023). They will undergo training and preparations leading up to the national final on July 16 at the Strzelecki Park Amphitheater in Nowy Sącz, Małopolska. Aleksandra Klepaczka, last year's winner who participated in Miss Universe 2022 and will soon take part in Miss Supranational 2023, will crown her successor at the end of the event. The next Miss Polski is expected to compete in Miss Universe 2023 and Miss Supranational 2024 while the runners-up may be assigned for Miss International and The Miss Globe 2023 pageants. Meet the 32 finalists: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Polski Official 👑 (@miss.polski) Claudia Bankowska Agnieszka Brewka Roxana Broader Aleksandra Budnik Paulina Bulawa Nikola Dobrowolska Agata Filipowicz Karolina Gorbaniuk Paulina Grabowska Patrycja Jarocka Angelika Jurkow