Free Picks & Predictions: Miss Universe Pageant 2019
The Miss Universe Pageant is almost upon us. We head to the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday 9th November.
The 65th edition of the most important event in the calendar for beauty contests.
Last year the contest was won by the contestant from the Philippines, Catriona Gray, who will resign her crown to the 2019 winner.
Last year’s winner entered the contest with odds of 67.00, so there’s a lot to play for those who make the right picks. The latest odds for the Miss Universe 2019 Pageant include each nation in with a change of becoming this years’ Miss Universe.
Let’s take a look at the top candidates to don the crown this year.
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- 01Miss Thailand Outright Winner (4.00)
- 02Miss Philippines Outright Winner (6.00)
- 03Miss Venezuela Outright Winner (9.00)
- 04Dark Horse Winner: Miss Canada Outright Winner (26.00)
Miss Thailand Outright Winner (4.00)
Twenty-six year old Fahsai Paweensuda Drouin is the Canadian-Chinese contestee representing Thailand. She has the best odds to be Miss Universe 2019 in the bookmakers eyes.
She first enter into beauty pageants back in 2013, when she became aware of the fact her entry into the contest could raise awareness for her passion projects.
She’s always taken a great interest in helping people, studying Kinesiology and graduated as a pre-med, and has really taken to the competition since joining. She's our first free pick of the day.
She won Miss Universe Thailand this year and boasts an excellent curriculum for a contestant. She created a project called “ABLE”, which helps to improve physical ability and self-esteem for individuals with disabilities.
Her care-free spirit, coupled with her impressionable beauty give her a great chance of taking the crown at this years event.
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MISS UNIVERSE THAILAND 2019@FahsaiOfficial 💙#MissUniverseThailand#MissUniverseThailand2019#MissUniverse #MissUniverse2019 pic.twitter.com/KzXx1LBiOg
Miss Philippines Outright Winner (6.00)
Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados is an excellent pick. She graduated in Health Care Service and Tourism Management and has been named as the Ambassador of Sustain Development Program Building.
Her work with the elderly in Gasa sa Gugma in Cebu City, and Luwalhati Ng is admirable and will be recognised on the day in December.
We haven’t seen back-to-back winners in the competition, since Venezuela managed the feat in 2008 and 2009 - It was Dayana Mendoza and Stefania Fernandez, who won over a decade ago.
The fact that the Philippines has produced two of the last four champions is a clear indication of why the odds are so good for this one. She’s in with a real shout of wearing the crown.
Miss Venezuela Outright Winner (9.00)
The first Latin pick, and one that has been a safe choice in years gone by, Venezuela will be represented by Thalia Olvina.
She’s committed herself to being a source of positive inspiration for future generations, through her work as a public figure and role model.
She has an athletic background, having competed in synchronized swimming from a young age. Her competitive personality has led her to build up strong determination and mentality, which could drive her to victory.
Venezuela has won 3 of the last 11 Miss Universe Pageants, so this one is certainly worth a flutter.
Lo mejor está por venir.. 💕 pic.twitter.com/CU2KNgCdiq— Thalia Olvino (@ThaliaOlvinoT) November 16, 2019
Dark Horse Winner: Miss Canada Outright Winner (26.00)
The Canadian representative Alyssa Boston graduated with a degree in Commerce, going on to work in Marketing and has a list of proven accolades.
Alyssa is a feminist at heart and pioneers to bring a voice to women in the work-place.
Alyssa isn’t only about women though, as she created a mental illness campaign under the tag #TalkAboutME educating people about the issue.
Boston plays an active part in the Canadian Mental Health Association, further campaigning to raise awareness for mental health.
Interestingly, Alyssa has taken a keen interest in championing weed and given that she comes from Canada this isn’t surprising. She doesn’t smoke, but is doing her best to bring the benefits of the controversial plant to light.
https://t.co/8gqXbcMZQM @_alyssaboston Alyssa Boston was crowned @missuniversecanada Miss Universe Canada 2019 in Toronto. #MissUniverseCanada #MUC2019 #MissCanada #MissUniverse #crowningmoment #big5pageants #eveninggown #toronto #roadtothecrown #beautypageants #beautyqueens pic.twitter.com/LNp4P495JX— stantrac (@stantrac) August 18, 2019