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Miss Universe 2019 predictions: 13 beauty queens likely to win the Mouawad crown

Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray of the Philippines will crown her successor at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, United States on December 8, 2019. The successor will wear a new crown made by luxury jeweler Mouawad.

A total of 90 candidates will compete for the Miss Universe 2019 crown. Here are 13 of the candidates who are likely to become Gray’s successor:

 

  1. Paweensuda Drouin, 26, Thailand

Drouin was born in Bangkok, Thailand on October 12, 1993 to a Euro-Canadian father and a Thai Chinese mother. In 2017, she represented Thailand in Miss Earth and finished in the Top 8.

 

  1. Gazini Ganados, 23, Philippines

Ganadoes was born in Dapitan, Philippines on December 26, 1995 to a Palestinian father and a Filipino mother. In 2014, she competed in Miss World Philippines and finished in the Top 13.

 

  1. Júlia Horta, 25, Brazil

Horta was born in Juiz de Fora, Brazil on March 31, 1994. In 2017, she represented Brazil in Miss Tourism International and was the fourth runner-up.

 

  1. Zuleika Soler, 25, El Salvador

Soler was born in La Union, El Salvador on June 29, 1994 to a Puerto Rican father and a Salvadorian mother. In 2016, she represented El Salvador in Miss Americana Latina del Mundo and finished in the Top 10.

 

  1. Sylvie Silva, 20, Portugal

Silva was born in Monte Carlo, Monaco on April 28, 1999. She was crowned Miss Universo Portugal 2019 in Miss República Portuguesa 2019, making her the first Monégasque-Portuguese woman to represent Portugal in Miss Universe.

 

  1. Madison Anderson, 24, Puerto Rico

Anderson was born in Phoenix, Arizona, United States on November 10, 1995 to an American father and a Puerto Rican mother. She was Top Model of the World 2015 fourth runner-up and Miss Grand International 2016 third runner-up.

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@smiletrain is an international children’s charity that supports 100%-free cleft repair surgery and comprehensive cleft care for children globally. Their sustainable model empowers local medical professionals to provide cleft care in their own communities. Today we had the opportunity thanks to MUO and the current @missuniverse @catriona_gray to learn more about this commendable mission. Learn more about his work at www.smiletrain.org Smile Train es una organización benéfica internacional para niños que apoya la cirugía de reparación de labio y paladar hendido 100% libre de costos y el cuidado integral de hendiduras para niños en todo el mundo. Su modelo sostenible capacita a los profesionales de la medicina en sus áreas para brindar atención a los niños afectados con esta condición en sus propias comunidades. Hoy tuvimos la oportunidad, gracias a la organización de Miss Universo y la actual Miss Universo Catriona Gray, de aprender más sobre esta encomiable misión. Obtenga más información sobre su trabajo en www.smiletrain.org @muniversepr #smiletrain #brillalabelelza en #MissUniverse #MissUniverso #MissUniversePuertoRico #MissUniverse2019 #MissPuertoRico #Boricua #muniversepr #teampuertorico #confidentlybeautiful #VamosPorLaSexta 👑🇵🇷

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  1. Cheslie Kryst, 28, United states

Kryst was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States on April 28, 1991 to a Polish American father and an African American mother. She won Miss North Carolina USA in her third attempt before winning the Miss USA title.

 

  1. Gabriela Tafur, 24, Colombia

Tafur was born in Cali, Colombia on July 7, 1995. She is of Lebanese descent and Miss Universe 2019 marks her first ever international beauty pageant.

 

  1. Priya Serrao, 27, Australia

Serrao was born in Belmannu, Karnataka, India on June 22, 1992 and spent her childhood in Oman and the United Arab Emirates before moving to Australia. She is the first beauty queen born in India to represent Australia in Miss Universe.

 

  1. Geraldine González, 19, Chile

González was born in Conchali, Chile in 1999. She was Miss Universe Chile 2018 second runner-up before becoming Miss Universe Chile 2019.

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Tuvimos la oportunidad de estar en @smiletrain organización que ayuda a niños con labio leporino y que en Chile es representada por la @fundacion.gantz . Y tuvimos el placer de conocer a @catriona_gray , actual Miss Universo y embajadora de “Smile Train”, quien nos habló de la importante labor que realiza esta fundación en el mundo. Cada una de nosotras dejó un mensaje inspirador en un espejo, para que cuando un niño se vea y lo lea, se sienta bien consigo mismo. El mío es “You look amazing, don’t forget it”. We had the opportunity to be in @smiletrain organization that helps children with cleft lip, in Chile is represented by the @fundacion.gantz . And we had the pleasure of meeting @catriona_gray, Miss Universe and ambassador of "Smile Train", who told us about the important work that this foundation does in the world. Each of us wrote an inspiring message in a mirror, so that a child would see himself and read it, feel good about himself. Mine is "You look amazing, don't forget it". #misschile #missuniverse #missuniverse2019 #missuniverse2019

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  1. Birta Abiba Þórhallsdóttir, 19, Iceland

Þórhallsdóttir was born in Reykjavik, Iceland on January 9, 1999. She is the first woman of African descent to represent Iceland in Miss Universe.

 

  1. Thalía Olvino, 20, Venezuela

Olvino was born in Valencia, Venezuela on May 19, 1999. Miss Universe 2019 is her first ever international beauty pageant.

 

  1. Fabiana Hurtado, 21, Bolivia

Hurtado was born in San Ignacio de Velasco, Bolivia in 1998. Miss Universe 2019 is her first ever international beauty pageant.

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