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Not just the crown: Prizes of the new Miss Universe winner

by | Entertainment

The fight is over. Uwian na dahil may nanalo na!

Miss South Africa’s Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters took home the crown, ending the 39-year-long drought of victory for her country in this pageant.

The 22-year-old business management graduate bested other 91 beautiful candidates during the finals.

Her country last won Miss Universe in 1978 and she is the second woman to bring home the crown for her country.

But what will this year’s Miss Universe get out of her victory other than her chance to push for the social causes that she wants to raise, that shining tiara, the prestige and glamor. Here, let’s take a scroll.

  • A year-long salary as Miss Universe
  • Luxury accommodations in a New York City apartment for the duration of her reign, including living expenses
  • A modeling portfolio by leading fashion photographers
  • Dermatology and skincare services
  • A professional health and nutrition consultation
  • Dental services
  • Professional representation by The Miss Universe Organization
  • Extensive travel representing sponsors and charitable partners
  • Access to various events including casting opportunities, movie premiers, screenings, Broadway shows and launch parties
  • And personal appearance wardrobe and styling by the official Miss Universe Organization fashion stylist. 
  • A one-year supply of haircare products and tools from Farouk Systems, the makers of CHI Haircare
  • A shoe wardrobe from Chinese Laundry Shoes & Accessories
  • A personalized face chart and products from MAC Cosmetics
  • Personal services including membership to Gravity Fitness @ Le Parker Meridien Hotel and hair services from John Barrett Salon

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