Miss Universe Malaysia 2018: Final Question and Answer Round
Jane Teoh from Penang was crowned as Miss Universe Malaysia 2018 in the recently conducted 56th edition of the Miss Universe Malaysia pageant on January 11, 2018 at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur. While the newly crowned beauty queen is enjoy her moment of glory, we are here to take you back to the final question and answer round of Miss Universe Malaysia 2018, which decided the fate of the contestants in the grand finale.
The Top 4 finalists of Miss Universe Malaysia 2018 were Liliana Fernandez, Jasebel Robert, Alexis SueAnn and Jane Teoh. All the finalists were asked a common question, “Should you win tonight, how you would like to be remembered at the end of your reign. What legacy would you like to leave behind?”
First to answer was Liliana Fernandez who said, “If I win the crown tonight, I would like to be remembered as someone who accepts herself, someone who has the confidence, someone who accepts her own body and I believe that I want to inspire young women out there to do the same. To bring the best potential out of themselves and I believe I want to be remembered as someone who is very approachable, friendly and genuine.”
Thereafter, Jasebel Robert opined, “If I would win Miss Universe Malaysia 2018, I want to be the Miss Universe Malaysia who gets placed in Miss Universe competition after 1970. I want to make Malaysia proud; I think the Miss Universe Malaysia organization has put in enough hard work to be recognized internationally and I would want to be a Miss Universe Malaysia that gets placed internationally.”
Subsequently, Alexis SueAnn affirmed, “I think I would like people to remember me by three words, ‘Brave, Humble and definitely Real’. Brave because in whatever challenges that I do, I do my best and I would definitely do my best to make Malaysia proud. Humble because I always remember my roots. I know where I started and I know what I have done to get this far. Most importantly to be real because I want to inspire others that you don’t have to perfect, you just have to be yourself.”
The winning answer came from Jane Teoh Jun, who answered, “If I would win tonight, I want to be remembered as a woman of transformation and as someone who’s loving, friendly and relatable. The legacy I want to leave behind would be my philanthropic work and also my contribution to eradicating social issues.”