Saturday, September 13, 2014

Sad News on Miss Universe 2014

Here now are some good news and bad news about Miss Universe 2014

Bad news first:

And for the first time in its 62 year history, there will be no Miss Universe for 2014! What a bummer for Miss Universe fanatics not only in the Philippines but around the world as well. The long uninterrupted tradition of celebrating international beauty & friendship comes to a halt (albeit this year only)

Miss Universe 2013 Gabriela Isler of Venezuela
2013 Miss Universe Top Five including our very own Ara Arida
The reigning Miss Universe Gabriela Isler will now enter history books as the only Miss Universe who reigned for two years although not really for 24 months. A bit on that later
Miss Universe in her $1 Million Yamamay Swimsuit
A lot of speculations have come out and the blame has been on the recent news that most of Trump’s Casinos in New Jersey have filed for bankruptcy. As we all know, The Donald Trump is also the owner of Miss Universe Organization which owns Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA

So what’s the good news?

Miss Universe 2015 will be held in Doral, Miami- Dade County, Florida, USA on January 18! Will  the winner be known as Miss Universe 2014 or 2015? If she will be Miss Universe 2014, that would have to be the shortest reign ever for it would follow that there would a Miss Universe 2015 later next year.

On the other hand, will this mean that our country's bet Mary Jean Lastimosa can’t compete since she will be 27 this November?

According to Miss Universe FAQ
Miss Universe and Miss USA contestants must be at least 18 years of age and under 27 years of age by February 1st in the year they hope to compete in the Miss Universe" 

The cut- off age in Miss Universe is 26 years old. I believe that she will be allowed to compete for it wasn’t her fault that the pageant has been moved

Let’s wait for the next update with bated breath!

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