Catriona Gray from the Philippines wins a fun Miss Universe 2018. It will write the contest on its Twitter profile.
Beauties from 93 other countries may see disappointed, as the 24-year-old filipino, as several bookies had as the favourite, was crowned this year's Miss Universe at Sunday's show in Thailand's capital, Bangkok.
this is The fourth time that the Philippines wins the international beauty contest.
In second place came the south african Tamaryn Green, which was followed by Sthefany Gutiérrez from Venezuela in third place.
The Danish participant, 22-year-old Helena Heuser, qualified to the top 20.
Catriona Gray (tv) won the title ahead of Miss south Africa and Miss Venezuela (th).
Catriona Gray are to be congratulated. Photo: AP
The beautiful filipino was the favorite ahead of the final. Photo: AP
this Year's winner is tv host, singer, and model. Her priorities are among others, better conditions for persons suffering from hiv and aids, announces the competition on its website.
At this year's competition features young women from a total of 94 countries participated, which is a record number. Last year, 92 women, which even then struck record.
this year is The first time that a transgender participant has been in the running for the title of Miss Universe. It was the 27-year-old Angela Ponce from Spain.
the Competition has been open to transgender, ago a canadian participant was disqualified in 2012 because she was not genetically born woman.
the 27-year-old Angela Ponce from Spain. Photo: AP
in Addition, all seven members of the Miss Universe committee for the first time occupied by the women exclusively.
Miss Universe is run by the Miss Universe Organization and was first held in 1952. Miss Universe is owned by two media organizations.
From 1998 to 2015 was the Miss Universe Organization owned by the UNITED states's current president, Donald Trump.
Among other beauty pageants are Miss World, which has existed since 1951 and is the oldest beauty pageant.
in Addition to a fun Miss Earth, which was started in 2001 as an attempt to increase the focus on the environment.