Miss Universe 2018 Crown Bagged by Philippines


The crown of Miss Universe 2018 is won by Catriona Elisa Gray, Philippines.This was the 67th Miss Universe Pageant that took place at IMPACT Arena, Muang ThongThani in Nonthaburi Province, Thailand on 17 December of 2018.

The Winner of miss Universe 2018

The 24-year old winner brought the 4th crown of Miss Universe to Philippines. Catriona Gray competed with 93 other contestants belonging to different countries.

The winner of the title, Catriona Gray was born in Australia who works on Filipino television as a host, model, singer and television actress. Our readers would be obliged to know about the fact that, the winner of Miss Universe 2018 was also crowned for Miss Universe 2016.

The Beauty Pageant Miss Universe 2018 was judged by the panel of all women judges. The former winner of the title of Miss Universe 2017 was Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters.

Highlights of Miss Universe 2018

We are filled with proud and appreciation as this time.  As we also had Miss Spain, who has come out to become the first trans-gender to participate in Pageant.

Angela Ponce, commonly known as Miss Spain was filled with pride as she was the part of this contest. She admitted that, since she was a little girl, she had always dreamt of being a part of such a Beauty Pageant. From the interviews conducted of Miss Spain, she admitted she did only wanted a chance to be a part of this but also gained the opportunity to be the ambassador for Spanish culture.



We can now witness that there has been a drastic change in the Miss Universe 2018 Pageant. Somewhere back in the year 2012, one trans-gender woman was disqualified from the Miss Canada Pageant. It was only because of the fact that she was not biologically born as a full woman. 

India has high hopes from Nehal Chudasama


The Mumbai based model, Nehal Chudasama has given high hopes to our country, India. Unfortunately she had failed to come to the top 20 participants of the Miss Universe 2018. India had hoped that the Nehal would break the dry spell of not winning the Miss Universe title. The last Indian to grab the crown of Miss Universe was Lara Dutta in the year 2000.