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Winning Miss Universe Answers


Ms. Universe 2015: Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, Philippines

“Why should you be the next Miss Universe?”

“To be a Miss Universe is both an honor and responsibility. If I were to be Miss Universe, I will use my voice to influence the youth and I would raise awareness to certain causes like HIV awareness that is timely and relevant to my country which is the Philippines. I want to show the world, the universe rather, that I am confidently beautiful with a heart. Thank you.”

 

Miss Universe 2001: Denise M. Quiñones, Puerto Rico

“If you could change one thing about your past, what would it be and why?”

“I’m trying really to find something that I would want in the past, but I really enjoyed all my life, all the good opportunities that I’ve had and all those not good in that moments, but they helped me to grow.  And I have enjoyed all my life.  And I thank God for each step that He has given me. I have no regrets.”

 

Miss Universe 2012: Olivia Culpo, USA

“What is something that you have done that you will never do again?”

First I’d like to start off by saying that every experience, no matter what it is, good or bad, you’ll learn from it. That’s just life, but something I’ve done that I’ve probably regretted would be picking on my siblings growing up because you appreciate them so much more when you’re older, you get closer with your family. Everybody fights with their siblings, right?! But I don’t regret it.”

 

Miss Universe 2003: Amelia Vega, Dominican Republic

“What is the most precious gift you have given to someone?”

“According to my grandma, it’s a letter that I wrote for her when she was sick and she has always thanked me for it and makes me emotional always because it’s not what you write, but the feelings you put behind it.”

 

Miss Universe 2014: Paulina Vega, Colombia

“A number of people have asked me ‘What can men learn from women?’ but I’d like to know, what can women learn from men?”

“I believe that women…that’s quite a tough question…I believe there’s still men that believe in equality and I believe that that is what women should learn from men.”

 

Miss Universe 2006: Zuleyka Rivera, Puerto Rico

“What is your definition of success?”

“True satisfaction is when a human being has fulfilled their goals and realized the work they have done. Overcoming obstacles makes you strong and enables you to succeed.”

 

Miss Universe 2012: Leila Lopes, Angola

 “If you could change one of your physical characteristics, which one would it be and why?”

Thank God I’m very well satisfied with the way that God created me and I wouldn’t change a thing. I consider myself a woman endowed with inner beauty, I have my principles, I have acquired many wonderful principles from my family and I plan to follow these through the rest of my life and now I want to give all of you a piece of advice: Respect one another.”

 

Miss Universe 2004: Jennifer Hawkins, Australia

Question: “What sex and time period would you choose to be born in?”

Answer: “I’d say this time period because we have as much freedom as we want and I’d choose the sex of female because females have a lot of say in today’s society.”

 

Miss Universe 2008: Dayana Mendoza, Venezuela

“Do you believe that men or women have it easier in life and why?”

“Actually God made us to share and to have difference but the big difference between women and men (it doesn’t matter what kind of life they live) is that men think the faster way to go to a point is to go straight but women know that the faster way to go to a point is through the curves and fixing every curves.”

 

Miss Universe 2007: Riyo Mori (Japan)

“What was the one lesson she learned as a child that still affects her life today?”

“I have been dancing since I was a child. I grew up among many students and teachers. I learned to always be happy, patient and positive. That is also what I want to teach the next generation. Thank you.”

 

Miss Universe 2010: Ximena Navarrete, Mexico

 “In your opinion, what effect is unsupervised Internet usage having on today’s youth?”

 “Well, I do believe that the Internet is an indispensable, necessary tool for the present time. And we must be very careful and watch over what our children watch and see, our teenagers watch and see, and we must be sure to teach the values we learn as a family. So that they may use Internet properly. Thank you.”

 

Miss Universe 2013: Gabriela Isler, Venezuela

 “What is your biggest fear and how do you plan to overcome it?”

 “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.”

 


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