Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters Crowned Miss Universe 2017

Draw out the tiara, on the grounds that there is another Miss Universe to crown. Toward the start of the pageant, 92 ladies from over the globe contended in the yearly rivalry. Be that as it may, as such huge numbers of watchers know, just a single lady can leave the 66th Miss Universe Competition as the victor. Three days of preparatory interviews alongside a swimsuit gowns presentation show occurred before the live telecast. Amid the competition, the 22-year-old wowed the judges with her brains, excellence and appeal.

She won many things other than just A Crown


Alongside the title, Nel-Peters earned a year-long compensation, an extravagance flat in New York City for the span of her reign and more prizes. She is the second lady from her country of origin to win the crown.

The Question and answers round in the competition


The questions submitted by the fans were asked by the host to the last five contenders. At the point when made a request to name the most important issue ladies faces in the workplace, Nel-Peters said the absence of equivalent pay.


What does she say about equality?


‘In some places, women get paid 75 percent of what men earn for doing the same job, working the same hours, and I do not believe that is right,’ she said. ‘I think we should have equal work for equal pay for women all over the world.’

The runner-ups of the competition


The runner-up was Miss Colombia Laura Gonzalez, while the second runner-up was Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett. Click on the next page to know what a terrific incidence happened with the winner of the Miss Universe 2017 before the title.