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    LIVE RESULTS: Miss Universe 2019 full list of winners

    MANILA, Philippines – The Miss Universe 2019 full list of winners was announced on Sunday, December 8 (Monday, December 9 Manila time) during the grand coronation night at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. The Summit Express updates this page for the live results as the competition happens.

    All hail to the new queen! Miss South Africa is the new Miss Universe
    All hail to the new queen! Miss South Africa is the new Miss Universe | Photo Credit: ABS-CBN

    Ninety candidates are vying for the most coveted title and the privilege of being the Miss Universe 2019. Our very own, Miss Philippines Catriona Gray will crown her successor at the end of the competition.

    UPDATE: South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi wins Miss Universe 2019

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    Miss Universe 2019 format

    Following the preliminary round, the top 20 will be determined prior to the coronation night. The pageant will keep the regional selection format with five women from three groups of countries—Europe, Americas, and Asia and Africa—will each have five representatives and five wildcards which could come from any continental grouping.

    The Top 20 semi-finalists will then give 15-second "opening statement" to the judges and viewing public, after which the judges will eliminate ten contestants and move on to the top 10.

    The Top 10 will compete in the swimsuit and evening gown competition, and the judges will choose a top 5.

    The top 5 will compete in the Q&A portion, and are then cut down to a top 3. The top 3 will have their final word and final look portions, and the judges will then choose Miss Universe 2018 and her two runners-up.

    As also announced, there will be no online voting to determine the winner.

    Here are the final results of Miss Universe 2019:

    Placements Contestant
    Miss Universe 2019
    • South Africa — Zozibini Tunzi
    1st Runner-up
    • Puerto Rico — Madison Anderson
    2nd Runner-up
    • Mexico — Sofía Aragón
    Top 5
    • Mexico — Sofía Aragón
    • Thailand — Paweensuda Drouin
    • Colombia — Gabriela Tafur
    • Puerto Rico — Madison Anderson
    • South Africa — Zozibini Tunzi
    Top 10
    • USA — Cheslie Kryst
    • Colombia — Gabriela Tafur
    • Puerto Rico — Madison Anderson
    • South Africa — Zozibini Tunzi
    • Peru — Kelin Rivera
    • Iceland — Birta Abiba Þórhallsdóttir
    • France — Maëva Coucke
    • Indonesia — Frederika Alexis Cull
    • Thailand — Paweensuda Drouin
    • Mexico — Sofía Aragón
    Top 20 Africa and Asia Pacific Top 5
    • South Africa — Zozibini Tunzi
    • Indonesia — Frederika Alexis Cull
    • Vietnam — Hoàng Thùy
    • Nigeria — Olutosin Araromi
    • Thailand — Paweensuda Drouin

    Europe Top 5
    • Albania — Cindy Marina
    • France — Maëva Coucke
    • Iceland — Birta Abiba Þórhallsdóttir
    • Croatia — Mia Rkman
    • Portugal — Sylvie Silva

    Americas Top 5
    • Puerto Rico — Madison Anderson
    • Peru — Kelin Rivera
    • Dominican Republic — Clauvid Dály
    • Mexico — Sofía Aragón
    • USA — Cheslie Kryst

    Wildcard 5 spots
    • Philippines — Gazini Ganados
    • Venezuela — Thalía Olvino
    • India — Vartika Singh
    • Brazil — Júlia Horta
    • Colombia — Gabriela Tafur

    Live updates courtesy of Miss Universe on Twitter:


    Comedian and Emmy award winner Steve Harvey will host the pageant night.

    ABS-CBN Channel 2 airs exclusively on free television the live broadcast of the competition at 8:00 in the morning.

    It is also available on free livestreaming via ABS-CBN’s streaming service iWant (iwant.ph on browser or iWant app on iOS and Android).

    Filipinos can also root for the country’s bet via SKYcable channels 167 (Metro Manila) and 700 (regional areas), as well as online via SKY on Demand.

    — The Summit Express

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