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Subject: Mock Miss Universe 2019 results


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USBMockSquad
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Date Posted: 00:08:38 12/01/19 Sun




MOCK MISS UNIVERSE 2019 Top 10
Albania
Bangaldesh
France
Haiti
Iceland
India
Panama
Puerto Rico
Thailand
USA

Mock Siblings of Mock Top 10
Canadian Fan, CarlosQ47, Chileanboy, freud, hbq,
ICEMAN, Jessica, MadeYalo0kUSB, Miss Understood, vech

Mock Miss Universe 2019 Mock Top 6
Bangladesh
France
Iceland
India
Panama
Thailand


Mock Top 6 Siblings :Canadian Fan, CarlosQ, Chileanboy, freud, hbq, ICEMAN

Mock Miss Universe 2019 Top 3
France
India
Thailand
Mock top 3 siblings : CarlosQ84, Chilienboy, hbq

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[> Subject: Click in for results if unable to view video


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USBMockSquad
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Date Posted: 00:18:24 12/01/19 Sun

Africa / Asia - Pacific
South Africa -- Philippines -- India
Thailand - Bangladesh
Europe
Iceland -- France -- Albania
Spain -- Ireland
Americas
Mexico -- USA -- Puerto Rico
Argentina -- Haiti
Wildcards
Vietnam -- Colombia -- Chile
Indonesia -- Panama

Mock Miss Universe mock siblings
arianafan
bpvanbc
cammie
Canadian Fan
carlitos
carlosQ
catalina
Chileanboy
Doot
Duration & Convexity
freud
gAgA_x
hbq
ICEMAN
Jessica
kittykat
MadeYaLo0k
Miss Understood
me3
vech

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[> Subject: Miss USA's national costume - see photo at NY Post


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WilliamNYC
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Date Posted: 00:23:31 12/01/19 Sun




NYP Features - Miss USA 2019 - Cheslie Kryst


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Kryst's outfit for the National Costume portion of the Miss Universe pageant, happening Friday, nods to Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" (the wings), Rosie the Riveter (headband), Statue of Liberty (crown and torch) and Lady Justice (the scales she's holding).
Photo: Stephan Yang; Makeup: Markphong Tram using Lancome


Miss USA Cheslie Kryst reveals national costume for Miss Universe
By Marisa DellattoDecember 1, 2019 | 12:11am
“Oh my God, stop it,” cries Cheslie Kryst. “She’s perfect!”

The reigning Miss USA is in a design studio in the Garment District, and it’s the first time she is seeing the sparkly gold outfit she’ll wear in the Miss Universe Pageant on Dec. 8.

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Formerly Miss North Carolina, Cheslie Kryst was crowned Miss USA in May.AP
The look — which draws inspiration from a famous author, the Statue of Liberty and a World War II icon — is for the National Costume Show, which happens a few days before the main event. Although it does not count toward contestants’ final scores, the costume exhibition lets the women show off what their country means to them, usually in the most flamboyant way ­possible.

Among the wildest looks from recent years have been Miss Thailand dressed as a tuk-tuk rickshaw in 2015, Miss Vietnam wearing a basket of bread in 2018 and Miss Sweden costumed as Pippi Longstocking in 2017, complete with a giant cardboard horse.

The Post can exclusively reveal the get-up Kryst, 28, will wear at the Atlanta competition.

“I wanted to think of a way to combine several iconic American women into one costume,” said the former Miss North Carolina, who helped design her dress with a team at Izquierdo Studio, which has also worked with Madonna, Heidi Klum and Lady Gaga.

The knotted headband and denim gown painted gold are inspired by Rosie the Riveter. “She represents power and empowerment and how women contribute to society,” said Kryst.

The crown and torch — which shoots confetti) are nods to Lady Liberty. “She speaks to freedom,” Miss USA added.

The towering wings reference Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” and symbolizes “creativity and authenticity,” Kryst says.

Lastly, the beauty queen will carry the scales of Lady Justice, the moral compass of the judicial system.

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Martin Izquierdo designed and built Cheslie Kryst Miss USA 2019’s gown.Stephen Yang
Out of all the women who influenced her outfit, Kryst is probably best acquainted with the latter. Miss USA is also a lawyer and has a degree from Wake Forest University in North Carolina.

Kryst says that pageantry has actually helped her in the courtroom.

“People think [being a lawyer] is all about intellect, but when it comes to clients selecting their attorneys, when it comes to ­juries, it all comes down to like­ability,” she said. “You have to be so cognizant of [that] in pageants, too.

“It’s hard to be nervous in front of a [courtroom] when you’ve been in a two-piece bathing suit in front of thousands — millions — of people on television.”

Being on a stage is in Kryst’s blood. In 2002, her mother, who works in human resources, won the title Mrs. North Carolina. Her father, a general contractor, used to compete as a bodybuilder.

In 2018, Kryst won Miss North Carolina, followed by Miss USA. She has left her civil-litigation job in Charlotte to move to Midtown. In that time she has become a correspondent for “Extra,” worked on her workwear fashion blog, WhiteCollarGlam.com, and advocated for the charity Dress for Success, which provides professional attire and tools to help women find employment.

No matter the outcome of the Miss Universe competition, Kryst, who is single, plans to stay in New York City, although she is unsure when she will return to a court room. “The law will always be there for me,” she said.

Right now she’s focused on the Dec. 6 National Costume Show and making sure her unique dress gets its finishing touches.

“I feel powerful,” Kryst said while trying on the look. “I get to wear a dress, and all of a sudden we’re talking about the history of the Statue of Liberty and Lady Justice.

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[> Subject: Brazil wins the mock Ruthie.


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Doot
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Date Posted: 09:31:07 12/01/19 Sun

Brazil wins the mock Ruthie.

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[> [> Subject: Let's hope she also wins the real Ruthie!


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Date Posted: 14:55:21 12/01/19 Sun


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[> Subject: Hmm this year's mock really went already so bad most of my favorites are out and many overhyped girls in. It's a shame. For Europe and Africa there was much better options. Asia and America went okay in here but yet I think too many of these regions went through compared Africa especially. Kenya! Sweden! Croatia! Netherlands! Instead bunch of latinas who look the same. Sigh.


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Date Posted: 17:14:58 12/01/19 Sun


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[> [> Subject: I'm crying over Kenya not making it. However, in fairness to the judges Kenya didn't really start to shine until she arrived in Atlanta.


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WilliamNYC
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Date Posted: 17:58:12 12/01/19 Sun


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[> [> [> Subject: Because of the compressed pageant schedule, the mock judging had to be compressed too. When I selected my Top 20 I didn't have nearly as good an idea of who's who as I do now. If I were doing my Top 20 ballet now I'd be making very different choices based on what I've seen in the past couple of days. It's just another casualty of the slapdash way the pageant was put together and announced at the last minute.


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Doot
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Date Posted: 19:06:23 12/01/19 Sun

Because of the compressed pageant schedule, the mock judging had to be compressed too. When I selected my Top 20 I didn't have nearly as good an idea of who's who as I do now. If I were doing my Top 20 ballet now I'd be making very different choices based on what I've seen in the past couple of days. It's just another casualty of the slapdash way the pageant was put together and announced at the last minute.

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[> [> Subject: I think this is another case where people voted for who they THINK will make Top 20 rather than who they WANT to make Top 20.


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Groove
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Date Posted: 19:33:37 12/01/19 Sun

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[> [> [> Subject: Agreed happens every year and then they are shocked at actuall result


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Smh
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Date Posted: 20:35:11 12/02/19 Mon


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[> Subject: updated 12/2/2019


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USBMockSquad
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Date Posted: 21:07:39 12/02/19 Mon


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[> [> Subject: Wow, I'd be happy (but very surprised) if that is the actual Top 10.


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Doot
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Date Posted: 21:20:33 12/02/19 Mon

Wow, I'd be happy (but very surprised) if that is the actual Top 10.

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[> [> [> Subject: Example Venezuela and Puerto Rico this year seem very weak, at least almost no one has them in their top, but most likely the night of December 8 will have their place in the top 20.


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Date Posted: 21:29:17 12/02/19 Mon


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[> Subject: I actually would be delighted if this was actually the top 10. Good selection!


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Samuel
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Date Posted: 23:32:50 12/02/19 Mon


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[> [> Subject: #metoo!


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MU_Critic
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Date Posted: 01:06:01 12/03/19 Tue


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[> Subject: updated 12/4/2019


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USBMockSquad
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Date Posted: 23:54:45 12/04/19 Wed


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[> Subject: updated 12/7/2019


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USBMockSquad
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Date Posted: 13:27:00 12/07/19 Sat


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[> Subject: I'd be happy with this Top 3 for realz, especially if France wins.


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Doot
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Date Posted: 14:44:41 12/07/19 Sat

I'd be happy with this Top 3 for realz, especially if France wins.

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