Yendi Phillipps

August 24, 2010 by staff 

Yendi Phillipps, LAS VEGAS – AP – A woman from Mexico 22-year-old has won the Miss Universe pageant after wearing a flowing red dress and tell an audience that is important to teach kids family values.

Jimena Navarrete was the first to reply to a question from the interview on Monday night and the last of the 83 contestants standing in the headline-grabbing competition on the Strip in Las Vegas.

Navarrete waist dress flowed behind her as she spread as a layer. Earlier smiled with a purple bikini with confidence as he strutted across the stage.

Navarrete asked whether children should use the Internet unsupervised and said the Internet is an indispensable tool of our time.

First runner up was Miss Jamaica Yendi Phillipps, while the second runner up was Miss Australia Jesinta Campbell.

It is an update to the latest news. Check back soon for more information. AP’s earlier story is below.

LAS VEGAS (AP) – The Miss Universe has been reduced to an end after five contestants swimsuit and evening gown competitions.

Now, it’s all about your interviewing skills.

The contestants of Ireland, Albania, South Africa, Guatemala and Puerto Rico were ejected Monday night after walking the stage in Las Vegas in long, flowing dresses. He previously took the stage in purple bikini.

The five finalists are: from 22 years of age, Miss Mexico Jimena Navarrete, 19 years old, Miss Australia Jesinta Campbell, 24 years old, Miss Jamaica Yendi Phillipps, 23 years old, Miss Anna Poslavska Ukraine and 22 -year-old Venus Raj, Miss Philippines.

Campbell won the Miss Congeniality Universe. Miss Thailand won Miss Photogenic Fonthip Watcharatrakul Universe and a second prize for the best national costume.

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