“”Univision ends relationship with Miss Universe Pageant after Trump’s remarks”


Globalbeauties.com Univision has announced that it is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump’s Miss Universe Organization based on what they called “insulting remarks about Mexican immigrants” that Trump has made as he pursues a presidential bid.

“At Univision, we see first-hand the work ethic, love for family, strong religious values and the important role Mexican immigrants and Mexican-Americans have had and will continue to have in building the future of our country,” Univision said in a statement Thursday.

In light of the move, Univision said it will no longer air the Miss USA pageant on July 12 or any other projects tied to the Trump Organization. However, Univision noted that its news divisions will continue to provide comprehensive coverage of all presidential candidates, including Trump.

Trump has been widely criticized for, in a speech last week announcing his candidacy, referring to Mexican immigrants as “rapists” and as people bringing drugs and crime into the U.S.

“The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems…When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” Trump said. “They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”

The Miss Universe Organization, which presents the Miss USA, Miss Teen USA and Miss Universe pageants, is a joint venture between Trump and NBCUniversal.

On Wednesday, Latin performer J Balvin pulled out of the Miss USA television broadcast due to Trump’s comments.

The pageant is slated to air live on NBC. The Univision broadcast, on its UniMas Network, was set to be the first time the pageant was simulcast in Spanish.


Miss Zimbabwe dethroned

Photo Credit : Emily Kachote Facebook 

Emily Kachote, 25, broke rules that insist beauty queens must never pose naked, the pageant board said in a statement.

Kachote “violated the rules and regulations governing the pageant,” it said.

The statement referred to a recent tabloid report which said nude pictures of Kachote had appeared on the phone messaging service WhatsApp.

“Winners of the Miss World Zimbabwe beauty pageant whether a title holder or runner-up must not have posed nude professionally or socially in all forms of media,” the organisers said.

Kachote, a psychology graduate, was crowned Miss World Zimbabwe in April, beating 15 other models.

The organisers of the contest said Kachote’s pictures were leaked shortly after she confessed that she has once posed nude.

Her predecessor Thabiso Phiri was stripped of her crown after a similar scandal last year.

The board said Kachote will be replaced by runner-up Grace Mutambu, who will represent Zimbabwe at the Miss World pageant in Sanya, China in December.

The reigning Miss World is Rolene Strauss from South Africa.

Links : http://www.timeslive.co.za/africa/2015/06/11/Nude-photos-topple-another-Miss-Zimbabwe

Miss Universe Croatia 2015 Prediction

Croatia will choose representatives to the Miss Universe 2015. 20 Contestants of Miss Universe Croatia 2015 ready to compete and seize the Crown of Miss Universe Croatia2015. And here’s the 8 Contestants of Miss Universe Croatia 2015 favorite.

Contestants of Miss Universe Croatia 2015 Fav’s 









Swimsuits provided by: Palmers
Make up: p2 cosmetics
Shoes on group photo: HUMANIC
Hair: Renata Kérastase frizerski saloni
Spray Tanning: St. Tropez
Location: Radisson Blu Resort Split, Croatia
Photographer: Goran Matijašec

Angelia Gabrena Ong Crowned Miss Earth Philippines 2015

Miss Philippines Earth – Angelia Gabrena Ong (Manila City)
Miss Philippines Air – Chanel Olive Thomas (San Antonio, Nueva Ecija)
Miss Philippines Water – Catherine Joy Marin (Bago City)
Miss Philippines Fire – Carla Valderrama (Siniloan, Laguna)
Miss Philippines Eco-Tourism – Jona Sweett (Iloilo City)

Runners-Up / Finalists
Diana Mackey (Cabanatuan City)
Beatrice Alvarez (Cagayan de Oro City)
Jian Cayla Salazar (Guinobatan, Albay)
Mitsume Aguilar (Misamis Oriental)
Alyanna Cagandahan (Santa Cruz, Laguna)

Sofia Loren Deliu (Baguio City)
Myle Alexis Reyes (Dinalupihan, Bataan)
Jocehl Cristoria (Iligan City)
Paris Adele Silva (Lipa City)
Mon Theress Menaling (Mandaue City)

Miss Hana – Angelia Gabrena Ong (Manila City)
Miss SM Markets – Catherine Joy Marin (Bago City)
Best Eco-Video – Maria Loraine Grengia (Ipil, Zamboanga-Sibugay)
Best Cultural Dress – Paris Adele Silva (Lipa City)