Miss Universe 2013 TOP 5 is one of the best ever. I really appreciate this contestants, they were in predictions of beauty and pageant experts so no surprise for this edition. Moreover I’m totally in love with their evening gown, the contrast between the flash yellow, the blue pastel, the pink/salmon and white gowns was so beautiful!! I remember last year, Venezuela’s gown (Irene Esser) was so ugly… it looked like a christmas tree. With this top 5 I regret the fact that for the question moment there is only one contestant who talk in english : Ariella Arida from Philippines. Miss Universe is watched by 2 billions of people all around the world, so sorry but for me Miss Universe have to makes this effort. I don’t know if their choice to answer in portuguese & spanish was a matter of pride or if they don’t know english. Some people also said that there are too much latinas in this top 5.
Miss Universe 2013 Question Moment. (questions & answers from Missosology and photos from gettyimages by Victor Boyko)
Maria Gabriela Isler, Venezuela – Miss Universe.
“Miss Venezuela Question: What is your biggest fear and how do you plan to overcome it? Answer: We should overcome all our fears and this in turn would make us stronger. As soon as we overcome our fears, we can face any challenge.”
Patricia Rodriguez, Spain – 1st runner up.
“Miss Spain Question: What is the most significant thing we can do to help elect women to political offices around the world? Answers: In order to select a good woman, she must posses good qualities in order to perform a good job.”
Constanza Baez, Ecuador – 2nd runner up.
“Miss Ecuador Question: What would happen to the world if we could no longer use the internet? Answer: Technology has advantages and disadvantages. The disadvantage is that we are no longer as close together with our families. We must use the methodology of computers and internet for the positive. In a positive. It’s never too late to start. Let’s start right now.”
Ariella Arida, Philippines – 3rd runner up.
“Miss Philippines Question: What can be done about the lack of jobs for young people starting their career around the world? Answer: I do believe we should invest in education and that is my primary advocacy. Education is a primary source and a ticket for better future.”
Jakelyne Oliveira, Brazil – 4th runner up.
“Miss Brazil Question: What is your opinion about places that do not allow women to vote, or drive cars? Answer: We as women have achieved our independence through time. We need to keep our open minds because now we are capable of doing anything.”