Miss Universe 2021 delegates share their favourite past winners

08 Dec 2021 | Camilla Suarez

As the Miss Universe organization steps closer to the coronation ceremony of the 70th edition of the international pageant, scheduled to be held on 12th December 2021, they have also been releasing some very interesting an engaging content on their official YouTube channel to keep the fans in touch and for them to get to know the delegates better. In a recent video, some of this year’s delegates have opened up about their favourite past winners and how they have inspired these divas.

Starting with the gorgeous queen who recently passed over her crown, Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi, Namibia’s Chelsi Shikongo shared, “Zozibini Tunzi made sure thata woman that a woman with my type of hair and skin ad a woman from where I am from does matter and we are enough and we are capable of conquering the universe.” Roshanara Ebrahim of Kenya was also another delegate who has been inspired by Tunzi.


Miss Universe 2021 delegates share their favourite past winners


Talking about the gorgeous Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, Paraguay’s Nadia Ferreira said, “A woman with beauty and charisma that goes beyond the screens.” On the other hand, Ghana’s Silvia Naa Morkor said, “I love her, I love her love at work and love the fact that she turned something as little as a walk into a legacy.”

Thailand’s Anchilee Scott-Kemmis also went on to share, “Her performance really showed how genuine and how hard work and perseverance can really shine when you need it to shine the most.” Tamara Jemuovic of Canada also joined in the Catriona Gray fan-club as she said, “She is a true example of a woman who is following her dreams, talk about an imprint in society”

Miss Universe 1998 Wendy Fitzwilliam also seems to have impacted the gorgeous delegates as Bahamas’ Chantel O’Brian shared how being able to seeing her on stage performing, being regal and elegant and effeortless has inspired her.

For Mexico’s Debora Hallal her predecessor and the reigning Miss Universe 2020 Andrea Meza has been a huge inspiration because she has elevated the country to a higher and privileged position. Joining her was Beatrice Luigi Gomez of Philippines who shared, “The first Miss Universe winner that I identify with is Andrea Meza. She has that quiet confidence and strength that I can relate to. She has always been very calm and yet when she performs on stage she brought it.” Alejandra Gavidia of El Salvador also share how Andrea always recognizes the entire team that is behind her and a queen who knows how to work as a team has influenced her.



Michelle McLean Miss Universe 1992 has also inspired many including Iceland’s Elisa Groa and Colombia’s Valeria Ayos who like her feels passion to support children who couldn’t get the opportunity that they deserve. Another queen who has gained love this year is Miss Universe 2017 Demi Leig Nel Peters who has inspired Cayman Islands’s Georgina Kerford and Ukraine’s Ana Nepliakh.

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach has been continuously inspiring young women all around the world such as Lalela Mswane of South Africa who thinks, “It is so amazing to see somebody so proud to represent Miss Universe, not just her country but the whole miss Universe brand.” For Curacao’s Shariengela Clintje, Pia made her realize that being a Miss Universe is an honour and they have the responsibility to influence the people around them while doing it confidently beautiful with heart.

Whether it's following your dreams or finding confidence, Miss Universe winners have had the biggest impacts on people around the world and especially on the delegates of the 2021 edition. Fangirling over the Miss Universes from over the seven decades of the beautiful experience, these divas are all set to create their own legacies.