Phuong Nga finishes in Top 10, Paraguay’s beauty named Miss Grand International 2018
Vietnamese beauty Bui Phuong Nga was named in the Top 10 and Clara Sosa from Paraguay was crowned Miss Grand International 2018 in the grand final held in Myanmar on October 25.
Vietnamese beauty Bui Phuong Nga was named in the Top 10 of Miss Grand International 2018.
The first runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2018 Bui Phuong Nga put on an impressive performance in the grand final of the pageant on October 25.
Vietnamese representative Phuong Nga won the Miss Popular Vote title and finished among Top 10 of the pageant.
She shows confidence in Q&A session. The beauty said that Vietnam, a country suffering the great consequences of the war, understands the value of peace.
"We only have one world. The world is our home. Why not live together with love, peace, and understanding?" From the visible consequences of war and violence, people will cherish peace.
Clara Sosa from Paraguay was crowned Miss Grand International 2018.
Clara Sosa from Paraguay was crowned Miss Grand International 2018. In a crowning moment, she fainted on stage right after she was announced as the new Miss Grand International 2018.
India's Meenakshi Chaudhary, who was among the final two and had been holding Clara's hand at the announcement, looked visibly alarmed as Clara fell. Several people also rushed on stage to help her. At any rate, Clara was able to recover quickly to receive her new crown.
She won after saying that she will visit U.S. President Donald Trump and ask him to be "an example of peace, love, and tolerance" --answering a question about how she would promote the pageant's advocacy of ending war and violence.
Sosa succeeded Peru's Maria Jose Lora, making it back-to-back wins for South American countries.
Clara Sosa, 24, is 1.74 meters tall and weighs 55kg. She is studying law whilst working as an emcee.
Clara and first RU Meenakshi Chaudhary of India, second RU Nadia Purwoko of Indonesia, third RU Nicole M. Colón Rivera of Puerto Rico, fourth RU Haruka Oda of Japan.
Japan's Haruka Oda placed 4th runner-up, Puerto Rico's Nicole Marie Colón Rivera was 3rd runner-up, Indonesia's Nadia Purwoko was 2nd runner-up, and India's Meenakshi Chaudhary was 1st runner-up./.