Malveen Kaur – From Miss Globe to Miss Universe?

05 Mar 2022 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss Universe organization is all set to host the gala night for the 2022 edition in the month of June and has officially begun the search for new delegates with the launch of the final auditions today. The auditions will be followed by the photo-shoot and interview of the shortlisted candidates. The organization will also host the press conference for the Top 18 finalists within the same month.

One of the most recognized names that has created a buzz is of Malveen Kaur, the reigning Miss Globe Malaysia 2021 as she appeared at the auditions this year. The diva represented Malaysia at the Miss Globe 2021 pageant in Albania last year, where she finished among the Top 15 with a stellar performance and also won the Head-to-Head challenge.



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The 27 years-old diva from Senai, Johor, stands 168cm tall and is a fashion designer by profession. She joined pageantry after her family members and friends motivated her to and soon the diva’s love for beauty pageants grew.

She is the also founder of ‘The Bunga Project’ which is a house for children who are survivors of violent tragedies. Malveen explains that this project/house was created to undo all the sufferings and unfairness that occurred and affected the lives of these children.

She works as an education counselor where she along with her team provides an opportunity for underprivileged students for education. She feels very proud of being able to help the children with their education. The diva is also the co-founder of PAC Development Academy, helping individuals to achieve their best potentials.



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Malveen is a positive, hopeful, and humble woman who never forgets to express her gratitude to those that assist her in moving forward in life with positivity and a strong desire to help others. She believes she possesses all of the necessary qualities and capabilities to represent her country in an international competition, and she is quite proud of herself because she believes she has improved her game to the point that she can now compete in pageants and earn the respect of her people.

The Boot Camp week for this year’s edition will be held in April and the official pageant week will take place in June along with the grand Gala night. This year’s winner will succeed Miss Universe Malaysia 2020 Francisca Luhong James, who represented the country at 69th Miss Universe.