Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe 2019


Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Zozibini Tunzi Wins the 2019 Miss Universe Title (december 08, 2019)
Zozibini Tunzi Miss Universe
Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi was crowned as the 2019 Miss Universe (december 08, 2019) competition which took place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, giving the country its second title in three years in a pageant that also saw strong showings from contestants from Puerto Rico and Mexico.3 days ago

Atlanta (AP) — South Africa’s Zozibini Tunzi was crowned Miss Universe 2019, giving the country its second title in in three years in a pageant that also saw strong showings from contestants from Puerto Rico and Mexico.

Tunzi, a 26-year-old gender violence activist, said she was forced to abandon her studies for a year because of her family’s economic difficulties, but her modeling work allowed her to continue her education. She studied public relations at Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

She said she grew up in a world where women who looked like her were not seen as beautiful. It is time for this to end, she said.
“I grew up in a world where a woman who looks like me, with my kind of skin and my kind of hair, was never considered to be beautiful.”

When asked during Sunday’s contest what it is most important to teach young girls today, Tunzi said leadership, unleashing a standing ovation at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.

Puerto Rico’s Madison Anderson was elected first finalist, and Miss Mexico Sofía Aragón second.

Tunzi’s triumph is the second for South Africa in Miss Universe. South Africa’s Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters was crowned in

2017.

A total of 90 countries participated in this year’s contest, which was hosted by Steve Harvey.

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