Natasha Set To Represent SA At Miss Universe

She is leaving tomorrow

By  | May 02, 2021, 02:03 PM  | Top of The

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The Miss Universe Crowning is finally back after they have been postponed due to the worldwide pandemic. Zozi Tunzi has made history as the longest-reigning Miss Universe.

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Another South Africa’s Miss Universe hopeful is ready to represent the country at the Miss Universe competition this year . Natasha Joubert will be leaving tomorrow 3, May for the United States to represent South Africa on a global stage.

Taking to her Instagram Natasha said she can not contain her excitement, she wrote: “ALL the feels... I’m leaving on the 3rd of May! I can’t contain my excitement! Thank you to every single person for supporting me & sharing so much love. 🇿🇦 South Africa, here we go!
The Miss South Africa Organisation also took to Instagram to share the news. They said they are ready to send Natasha off to the Miss Universe competition.
“It's been 6 months of preparation and a lifetime of moulding. We are now getting ready to send Natasha off to represent South Africa on a global stage! Comment down below to show your love to Natasha as she starts packing for Miss Universe.”
The 69th Miss Universe pageant will take place on May 16, 2021, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood, Florida.

"The moment we've all been waiting for...The 69th #MISSUNIVERSE competition is heading to Hollywood, FL! MISS UNIVERSE will air live around the world from Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Sunday, May 16 at 8:00 PM ET. @hardrockholly," reads an Instagram post on the Miss Universe IG page,” reads an IG post on the Miss Universe Instagram page.
Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida will be representing South Africa at Miss World.

For the first time, South Africa will this year have a representation at the Miss Supranational by the first runner-up Thato Mosehle.

In 2014, Rolene Strauss made South Africa proud when she was crowned Miss World. When she was asked why she should win the title of Miss World, Rolene said: "I believe that the story of my birth is more meaningful than my cover. Being proudly South African, I have the first-hand experience that unity, respect, and forgiveness exist and these are also the aspirations of the Miss World organisation. It would be amazing to represent an organisation that is a beacon of hope all over the world."

Zozibini Tunzi flew the Mzansi flag even higher when she was crowned Miss Universe. Read More: Zozibini Tunzi wins Miss Universe 2019!

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