Wishlist: Will Miss Universe 2018 Be A Battle Between Miss World Crossovers?


The Possible Battle Of Crossovers At Miss Universe 2018

Miss Universe 2018 will be the 67th edition of the Miss Universe pageant. During the conclusion of the pageant, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa will crown her successor as next Miss Universe. Although the Miss Universe pageant is quite few months far, it seems like this edition is going to break all the records of TRP and popularity.

This year seems a bloodbath battle between many powerful sashes at the Miss Universe pageant. Countries like Philippines, Brazil, USA and Ecuador are back with the cross over participants, and if at all they win their respective national pageants, the competition at Miss Universe pageant is going to be nerve-wrecking than ever before just like Miss Universe 2013 finale when Patricia Rodriguez of Spain came closest to win the title thereby attaining first runner up position. So without awaiting much, let’s get into details.

Philippines- Catriona Gray

catriona gray miss universe philippines 2018

Does this name even needs introduction? Catriona Gray was one of the favorites at Miss World 2016 pageant, and she justly proved all the hype as she entered the Top 5 of Miss World 2016. Being a finalist at a pageant like Miss World is no cakewalk and Catriona definitely has an edge over all the fellow contestants at Binibining Pilipinas 2018. Not only does she has the experience of an international platform, but she has turned back stronger than ever. She is now being herself, rather than being moulded into a prototype of any particular pageant. If she enters Miss Universe 2018 pageant, it will be hard for any hurdle amidst to stop her entering into final five.

Brazil- Sancler Frantz

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How can we forget this exotically beautiful young lady! Named as the Continental Beauty of Americas at Miss World 2013 and finishing as a Top 5 finalist at the same, Sancler was adored by the pageant fanatics all across the globe. She has the face, charm and grace to woo the cameras and turn million heads on the runway. If she goes on to win Miss Universe Brazil 2018, the battle will turn not just interesting but also challenging for other candidates.

United States of America- Genesis Davila

Miss Florida USA 2018 Genesis Davila

Genesis Davila has created an interesting history by being the only woman to have claimed the title of Miss Florida USA twice. Having represented Puerto Rico at Miss World 2014, Genesis is now fighting with fifty other state representatives at Miss USA 2018 to win the right to represent the United States at Miss Universe pageant. She is fierce, struts the runway like a pro and knows to talk the walk and walk the talk. If she wins the right to be USA in the upcoming edition of Miss Universe, we shall see not just the United States cheering for her but also her homeland, Puerto Rico rooting for this fierce woman!

Ecuador- Virginia Limongi 

Virginia Limongi

This beauty queen is praised for her well shaped corporeal frame and fierce aura. While some feel this beauty queen was sent to a wrong pageant when she represented Ecuador at Miss World 2014, this might be their moment of rejoice! Virginia is currently vying to be the sash bearer of Ecuador at Miss Universe pageant. While the lady could not make the cut at Miss World, four years of experience matter in polishing a gem. She is here to change her fate on the international platform and if she wins Miss Ecuador 2018, we might get to see how this charming lady fares at the Miss Universe 2018 pageant.

Which cross over beauty queen do you want to see winning their respective national pageant? Do let us know in the comment section below.

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