America’s R’Bonney Gabriel has been chosen as Miss Universe 2022 on 15 January 2023. Amanda Dudamel of Venezuela got second and Andrina Martinez of Dominican Republic go the third position. On behalf of India, Divita Rai participated in the Miss Universe contest. Event of Miss Universe 2022 was organized in New Orleans city of America.
R’Bonney Gabriel was asked a question in the final round, answering which she won the title as well as the hearts of the jury members. Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu, who was Miss Universe 2021, crowned the new Miss Universe of the United States as Miss Universe.
- 1 Miss Universe 2022 R’Bonney Gabriel
- 2 Who is R’Bonney Gabriel?
- 3 71st Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel 2023 Bio
- 4 Miss Universe Pageant- An Introduction
- 5 How did R’Bonney Gabriel win the Miss Universe 2022 crown?
- 6 Miss Universe 2022 will get all this apart from diamond crown
- 7 List of Miss Universe Winners from 1952 to 2022
Miss Universe 2022 R’Bonney Gabriel
America’s R’Bonney Gabriel has crowned Miss Universe this year. In the last round, she has won this crown by defeating the participant of Venezuela and Dominican Republic. This was the 71st competition of Miss Universe pageant. The competition was organized on Saturday 15 January 2023 in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, in which about 90 participants took part. Out of these only three contestants could reach the end.
Apart from America, these include Amanda Dudamel of Venezuela and Andrina Martinez of Dominican Republic. On behalf of India, Divita Rai participated in the Miss Universe contest but she could only reach the top-16. In the last round only one question was asked to all the three contestants. But among them R’Bonney Gabriel’s answer was liked by the judging panel the most.
Who is R’Bonney Gabriel?
USA’s 28-year-old R’Bonney Gabriel is a model, fashion designer by profession, who gives priority to the environment in her work. She was born on March 20, 1994 in Houston, Texas and graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Fashion Design.
She had also done modelling for years before joining the Miss Universe contest. She created history in December 2021 as the first Filipino-American to win Miss Texas USA. In October 2022, she won the title of Miss USA pageant.
71st Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel 2023 Bio
|Name||R’Bonney Nola Gabriel|
|Born on||March 20, 1994 Houston, Texas, U.S.|
|Education||University of North Texas (BFA)|
|Occupations||Beauty pageant title holder Fashion designer Model|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Title||Miss Texas USA 2022 Miss USA 2022 Miss Universe 2022|
|Major competition(s)||Miss Texas USA 2021 (1st Runner-up) Miss USA 2022 (Winner) Miss Universe 2022 (Winner)|
Miss Universe Pageant- An Introduction
Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant run by the Miss Universe Organization based in the United States of America and Thailand. It was established on 28 June 1952. Along with Miss Universe, Miss World, Miss International and Miss Earth, it is one of the four big international beauty pageants. The Miss Universe Organization is a global, inclusive organization that engages from all cultures, backgrounds
How did R’Bonney Gabriel win the Miss Universe 2022 crown?
All the contestants gave their best in the Miss Universe 2022 pageant, showing both their beauty and brains. However, only one was to go home with the Miss Universe 2022 crown. In the end, it came down to the USA’s R’Bonney Gabriel. Her answer to the question: “If you become Miss Universe, how will you work to make it look like a strong and progressive organization? ?” is what got her crowned the Miss Universe 2022. Here’s what she said.
“I want to transform the fashion industry as a leader. Till 13, I worked diligently in fashion designing. So I want to use fashion for good. I use recycled materials and do my part to reduce pollution through fashion.”
Miss Universe 2022 will get all this apart from diamond crown
- The most beautiful and intelligent woman in the universe is crowned first. The cost of the crown worn by Miss Universe is approximately USD 5.75 million.
- This crown has been named ‘Force for Good’. It is fully hand-crafted with a total of 993 stones. It is furnished with 110.83 carats of blue sapphire and 48.24 carats of white diamond
- Apart from this crown, Miss Universe has also got cash prize money. Not only this, the entire expenses of America’s R’Bonney Gabriel will be borne by the company for a whole year.
- She will also get flat, skin care items, jewellery, shoes, clothes, makeup and hair products in New York for one year.
- She will also get traveling and hotel expenses for one year and these expenses are borne by the organization which organizes the Miss Universe contest.
- A team of photographers will also be provided for Miss Universe. However, in exchange for all these facilities, Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel will have to participate in interviews, premieres, events and charity shows.
- Also the Miss Universe becomes the Chief Ambassador of Miss Universe Organization for a whole year.
List of Miss Universe Winners from 1952 to 2022
|2021||Harnaaz Kaur Sandhu||India|
|2019||Zozibini tunzi||South Africa|
|2018||Caitriona Elisa Gray||Philippines|
|2017||Demi-Lay Nel-Peters||South Africa|
|2012||Olivia Culpo||United States of America|
|2006||Juleca Rivera||Puerto Rico|
|2003||Emilia Vega||Dominican Republic|
|2001||Denise M. Quinones||Puerto Rico|
|1998||Weddy Fitzwilliam||Trinidad & Tobago|
|1997||Brooke Lee||United States of America|
|1995||Chelsea Smith||United States of America|
|1993||Deynara Torres||Puerto Rico|
|1988||Porntik Nakheeroon Kunok||Thailand|
|1986||Barbara Palacio Tede||Venezuela|
|1985||Debro Carthy Dew||Puerto Rico|
|1983||Lorraine Downs||New Zealand|
|1982||Karen Dion Baldwin||Canada|
|1980||Sean Weatherly||United States of America|
|1978||Margaret Gardiner||South Africa|
|1977||Janelle Commissioning||Trinidad & Tobago|
|1975||Anne Marie Potamo||Finland|
|1972||Kerry Annie Wells||Australia|
|1970||Marisol Malret||Puerto Rico|
|1967||Sylvia Hitchcock||United States of America|
|1963||Adia Maria Vagas||Brazil|
|1960||Linda Bement||United States of America|
|1958||Luz Marina Zulug||Colombia|
|1956||Carol Morris||United States of America|
|1954||Miriam Stevenson||United States of America|