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Subject: Ok I will watch this. I just find the production and camerawork in the 90s very frenetic. Like I seriously can not watch 1999. Itís a spectacle but good lord is it dizying. Hoping 1995 has a less manic vibe.

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Date Posted: 20:22:50 05/14/20 Thu
In reply to: anni55 's message, "25th Anniversary - Miss Universe 1995" on 15:41:03 05/14/20 Thu

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[> Subject: I watched that MU in full in 95. Now I went through parts of it after maybe 10 years when I last looked at some. I think this pageant has not aged as well as 1996. I loved the location, but if you saw Miss Worlds 1992 to 1994 in South Africa, they were more grandiose, more of the location was shown. This feels in a way like the first pageant of the new era, because of Daisy Fuentes, retrospectively it's a start of a decline for MU or maybe it's just that I was never a fan of hers, she doesn't project that wholesomeness. I forgot India's introduction, amazing. Chelsi's performance reads very modern and timeless. This is a pageant that no one can dispute the results of. I think no matter to whom the pageant would belong, the USA would have won. Thanks for sharing that fact about Eleonora. I supported her with all my heart that day and the fact she has succeeded in life made my day! Thank you for your thorough review, if ever you'll have time to do others, I and others will appreciate it.

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Date Posted: 21:37:25 05/14/20 Thu

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[> [> Subject: Awww thanks HawtPlusSeksi. I'll try to do more, lockdown has definitely given me more time.

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Date Posted: 16:06:55 05/15/20 Fri

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