Leila Lopes Miss Universe 2011

Leila Lopes Miss Universe 2011 - Miss Angola Leila Lopes was proclaimed Miss Universe 2011, whereas Miss Ukraie Olesia Stefanko was named the primary runner up. They were followed by second runner up Miss Brazil Priscila Machado, third runner up Miss Philllipines Shamcey Supsup and fourth runner up Miss China Luo Zilin.

The new Miss Universe was topped by Miss Universe 2010 Ximena Navarette, who represented Mexico in last year's pageant held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Miss Angola stated that she hoped to use her position to advance the reason for fighting HIV, in step with a press release she created at the pageant. "I've worked with numerous social causes. I work with poor youngsters, I work within the fight against HIV. I work to safeguard the elderly and that i have to be compelled to do everything that my country desires. i feel currently as Miss Universe i will be {able to|i'll} able to do far more."

The sixtieth Miss Universe Pageant was hosted by Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens: Live) and Natalie Morales (NBC's Today) . Celebrity judges included broadcast journalist Connie Chung, actress Vivica Fox, TV temperament Adrienne Maloof (The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), Tony winning actress Lea Salonga, Miss Universe 2003 Amelia Vega, Brazilian supermodel Isabeli Fontana and Indianapolis five hundred winner Helios Catroneves.

Beautiful ladies from round the world gathered in San Paolo, Brazil, in August to organize for the worldwide event. The competition started with eighty nine ladies, representing countries from continents round the globe, together with Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, South America and Africa.

Pageant contestants participated in activities, events, photo shoots and rehearsals leading up to the international pageant. The contestants modeled national costumes, swimwear and evening robes. throughout the pageant, the contestants wore constant sort of Catalina-Brasil swimwear during a sort of colours, in order that styling and patterns wouldn't be a distraction for the judges. The were conjointly presented in matching evening robes, however later wore robes of their own selecting.