Miss Mexico is Miss Universe 2020, Anshika Sharma returned empty handed

Miss Nepal Universe 2020 Anshika Sharma couldn’t impress the judges at the Miss Universe 2020 competition. The competition held on May 16, 2021 at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, United States. In the event, Miss Universe 2019, Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa crowned her successor Andrea Meza, Miss Mexico as the new Miss Universe 2020. Miss Brazil was placed in second place.

The top five in the competition were:

In the competition, contestants from 74 countries and territories had participated. The host of the competition were Mario Lopez and Olivia Culpo. In the past, Mario Lopez had served as the host of Miss Universe 2007. Olivia Culpo was a previous winner of the competition. She was crowned Miss Universe in 2012.

In the competition, Paulina Vega and Demi-Leigh Tebow served as expert analysts, and Cheslie Kryst had served as a backstage correspondent. Paulina Vega was Miss Universe 2014, Demi-Leigh Tebow was Miss Universe 2017, and Cheslie Kryst was Miss USA 2019. Luis Fonsi, a Puerto Rican singer also performed during the competition.

The title holders of the competition:
Miss Universe 2020 – Miss Mexico – Andrea Meza
1st Runner-Up – Miss Brazil – Julia Gama
2nd Runner-Up – Miss Peru – Janick Maceta
3rd Runner-Up – Miss India – Adline Castelino
4th Runner-Up – Miss Dominican Republic – Kimberly Jiménez

Remaining Top 10 of Miss Universe 2020
Miss Australia – Maria Thattil
Miss Costa Rica – Ivonne Cerdas
Miss Jamaica – Miqueal-Symone Williams
Miss Puerto Rico – Estefanía Soto
Miss Thailand – Amanda Obdam

Remaining Top 21 of Miss Universe 2020

Miss Argentina – Alina Luz Akselrad
Miss Colombia – Laura Olascuaga
Miss Curaçao – Chantal Wiertz
Miss France – Amandine Petit
Miss Great Britain – Jeanette Akua
Miss Indonesia – Ayu Maulida
Miss Myanmar – Thuzar Wint Lwin
Miss Nicaragua – Ana Marcelo
Miss Philippines – Rabiya Mateo
Miss United States – Asya Branch
Miss Vietnam – Nguyễn Trần Khánh Vân

This was the fourth time Miss Nepal participated in Miss Universe competition. The first representative from Nepal was in 2017 – Nagma Shrestha. The second was Miss Nepal Universe 2018 Manita Devkota (Top 10 in Miss Universe 2018), The third Nepali to represent Nepal was Miss Nepal Universe 2019 Pradeepta Adhikari.

Miss Nepal’s participation and the video reports about her participation:

National costume :

She went to the USA in the beginning of May

First day

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