Winners of Miss Universe 2011 Pageant

Miss AngolaMiss Angola Leila Lopes tops Miss Universe 2011 contestants and was crowned as Miss Universe 2011 during a pageant that aired Monday night on NBC. The first runner-up was Miss Ukraine Olesia Stefanko.

Other winners are:
Second runner-up: Miss Brazil
Third runner-up: Miss Philippines
Fourth runner-up: Miss China

The pageant was hosted by Andy Cohen and Natalie Morales.

Here’s a full recap of the pageant:

The top 16 contestants are:

Miss France, Miss Kosovo, Miss Colombia, Miss China, Miss Angola, Miss Australia, Miss Puerto Rico, Miss Brazil, Miss Netherlands, Miss USA, Miss Ukraine, Miss Panama, Miss Costa Rica, Miss Portugal (won most votes from online fans), Miss Philippines and Miss Venezuela.

Miss Venezuela got the highest fan score. Do you agree? Miss Montenegro won Miss Congeniality and Miss Sweden won Most Photogenic.

The top 10 contestants are:

Miss Australia, Miss Costa Rica, Miss France, Miss Ukraine, Miss Portugal, Miss Panama, Miss Philippines, Miss Angola, Miss China and Miss Brazil.

The top 5 contestants are:

Miss Ukraine, Miss Philippines, Miss China, Miss Brazil and Miss Angola.

Who’s my favorite?  Of course  she’s no other than Ms. Philippines!

For the FINAL QUESTION, here are their questions and excerpts from their answers.

Miss Ukraine Olesia Stefanko: If you could trade lives with anyone in history, who would you choose and why? She uses a translator and says she’s “very satisfied” with her life. But if she had to choose someone she would pick Cleopatra because she’s a “powerful and strong woman who is very much worthy of respect…and I think a woman can also be a leader like Cleopatra.”

Miss Philippines Shamcey Supsup: Would you change your religious beliefs to marry someone with an opposite view? She says no, “because the first person I love is God, who created me…if that person loves me, he should love my God too.”

Miss China Luo Zilin: Lots of places have nude beaches. Is public nudity appropriate or inappropriate? She uses a translator and says, “Every country has its rules and regulations…We should respect them and be more understanding.” Um, huh?
Miss Brazil Priscila Machado: How would you avoid fighting a war you don’t agree with? She uses a translator and emphasizes the importance of respect. “No war is based on respect…It’s always based on misunderstanding, it’s always based on a lack of education.”

Miss Angola Leila Lopes: If you could change one of your physical characteristics, which one would you choose and why? She uses a translator and says, “I wouldn’t change a thing.” She says she was “endowed with inner beauty.” She adds, “I have my principles. I have acquired many wonderful principles from my family.” Then, she wants to offer a piece of advice: “Respect one another.” Unfortunately, she runs out of time.

Well, who do you think gave the best answer? and the least?

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