Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 contestants feature on Star Metro

04 Mar 2015 | Angelopedia

The Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 is back with its dazzling and beautiful Malaysian women, giving them a chance to shine bright as the ambassador of the country. Talking about shining bright, these seventeen Malaysian beauties are making headlines (literally) on a successful newspaper in Malaysia. The Star – Metro, a local newspaper of Malaysia, created a whimsical space with their write up on the seventeen stunning candidates of Miss Universe Malaysia 2015.

The Star Metro wrote and published about each contestant, giving out information about their likes, dislikes and what each applicant holds forte in. Talking about the specialty of these contestants, we have, Amanda Khong, a graduate in marketing degree, who is an internet entrepreneur who co-founded an online fashion magazine at the age of 20. Gloria Tneh, a law student who excels in playing musical instruments like violin and trumpet. Passionate about helping animals, she volunteers in animal shelters in her free time. Let’s take a look at the clippings of some of the contestants from the local media..


Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 contestants


The seventeen finalists are now prominent personalities in Malaysia, with their stories been covered by the national media. This year’s finalists are Amanda Khong, April Tang, Ashley Ahn, Gloria Tneh, Jasveer Sandhu, Jenny Wong, Kelly Jagan, Kohinoor Kaittiani, Meera Maniar, Nisha Kumar, Pauline Tan, Pauline Thong, Shaelina Martin, Shalini Mathialagan, Sugeeta Chandran, Vaishnevi Thanaseharan and Vanessa Tevi.

Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 launched as a series of reality TV episodes also known as webisodes, with broadcasts on YouTube and a free TV network. The webisodes provided an insight to the lives of the contestants and served as a platform to showcase the personalities and highlight their journey in the pageant. This year the finalists are being provided with bsic training to prepare them for the big final night.

In addition to wearing the crown, the pageant winner will receive a cash prize of RM48,000, sponsored gifts worth RM100,000, and represent Malaysia at the Miss Universe international pageant that comes with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and learn from influential people within the industry.