Miss Universe

Big Four international beauty pageants Competition 2019 Miss Universe Live: Candidates from more than 90 countries will compete for the title of Miss Universe in a three-hour televised contest broadcast Sunday from Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. For those without TV, and a live stream of the event will be available from Fox, however there will be no live stream on the Miss Universe website.

The Miss Universe Live website offers an extensive description of the competition, including what the organization stands for, what those involved aim to achieve, the opportunities Miss Universe offers, and more. For those who are new to the competition, Miss Universe is run “by women, for women,” and works hard to break stereotypes while offering women the chance to build a successful future. The women competing for the coveted Miss Universe title are actively involved in many charities and philanthropic endeavors and are judged by a full panel of women throughout the competition.

he next edition of Miss Universe is to hold on December 8th of 2019. It is the 68th edition of that event and it would hold of Tyler Perry Studio which is located in Atlanta Georgia in the US. The current holder of that title is Miss Catrina Gray who hails from the Philippines will handover to whoever emerges the winner at the end of the event. This event is going to be historic because it is going to be the 68th time that the global pageant event is to take place.

After a year of traveling the globe, meeting fans and using her title to help those in need, Miss Universe Catriona Gray of the Philippines is ready to end her reign and crown her successor in the upcoming 2019 Miss Universe pageant in Atlanta on Sunday.

Miss Universe 2019 will be the 68th edition of the Miss Universe competition. It will be held on December 8, 2019, at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. Catriona Gray of the Philippines will crown her successor by the end of the event.

Gray, who was the fourth contestant from the Philippines to win the competition, left her post in New York City where she’s spent the majority of her time since winning Miss Universe and headed to Atlanta on November 28. The 25-year-old officially said goodbye to the concrete jungle in a social media post, noting her excitement to crown a new queen.

“Feeling super sentimental about it all,” she wrote in a Facebook post. “I walked into this lobby in these exact boots earlier this year, now we’re 9 days away from welcoming a new queen.”

Despite having to relinquish her title, Gray said is optimistic for the future. While speaking to Manila news outlet ABS CBN news in November, Gray said giving up the crown was “going to be a sentimental time,” but noted she was “excited to face my new chapter and I’m excited to see the girls shine.”

Gray said she planned to continue her advocacy work long after handing over the Miss Universe crown. However, she also hoped to focus more on her “creative pursuits.”

“I do have a passion for music,” Gray said. “I also want to continue being a spokesperson and to work with the causes that are dear to my heart because it’s really what fulfills me as an individual….You’re definitely going to see me doing these things.”

Gray combined her love for charity and music with the release of her newest music video for her first single “We’re In This Together,” on November 28. For the video, Gray partnered with Young Focus, a Filipino charity that helps children in underprivileged communities receive access to quality education.

Back when Gray was competing for the Miss Universe title she expounded on the many ways she hoped to use her title to continue her philanthropic and charitable efforts. Over the course of the last year, Gray has accomplished just that, providing aid to and spreading awareness of organizations in her home country like educational resource Young Focus and various HIV/AIDS groups around the world.

In October, Gray partnered with Miss Teen USA 2018 winner Kailegh Garris, Miss USA 2019 winner Cheslie Kryst and nonprofit Smile Train for a visit to children suffering from cleft lips and cleft palates in Brazil.

A new Miss Universe will be crowned during the 2019 pageant, airing live on Fox on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

Be sure to tune in Friday, December 6 at 8 p.m. ET to catch the 2019 Miss Universe preliminary competition, followed by the final stages of the show on Sunday, December 8 at 7 p.m. ET.

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