Women.AsiaOne.com – If you really want something badly enough and you’re willing to work for it, the sky is the limit, or in this case, the “universe”.
With the motto, “You can’t score without goals”, newly-crowned Miss Universe Malaysia Kiran Jassal achieved one of her goals with her win over 13 other contestants.
This interview was done two days after the crowning and the 20-year-old says she was “still settling down and into the role before her but is hoping to learn quickly”.
Kiran is a first-timer in entering pageants, so the win is that much sweeter.
“I am very new to this industry as I have never modelled, done photo shoots or walked the catwalk prior to entering the competition,” she said. “This was where I had to step up and improve on in the three months I was given. I am still learning actually.” Read the full article here.
Miss Universe 2015, Pia Wurtzbach traveled to San Francisco to work as a special correspondent for Inside Edition covering Super Bowl 50. During one of her down days, Pia had the opportunity to tour the beautiful city of San Francisco with her friend, Miss Universe Philippines 2012, Janine Tuogon. Pia and Janine checked out the Golden Gate Bridge, tried local crab at Fisherman’s Wharf, and drove on the crooked Lombard Street.
Miss Universe 2015, Pia Wurtzbach makes a stop at Fisherman’s Wharf during her San Francisco tour during Super Bowl 50.
GMANetwork.com – The fun never stops for beauty queens, it would seem. After attending the NFL Honors Awards, where Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach wowed people with her great humor and stunning figure, she and Miss USA 2015 Olivia Jordan hit the red carpet of the Maxim, Budweiser, and Rolling Stone Super Bowl affairs.
Wurtzbach ditches the classic red number she wore earlier for a black leather cocktail dress, while roomie Jordan mixes soft and sexy with a Rose Quartz cut-out dress. See more here.
InsideEdition.com – Miss Universe has teamed up with Food Network’s Anne Burrell to cook up some tasty treats for the Super Bowl.
Pia Wurtzbach, who has a culinary arts degree, met up with the host of “Worst Cooks In America” at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco where they whipped up a white bean dip and pretzel crusted pork Milanese topped with salad. “I have taken the Super Bowl theme and elevated it,” Burrell said.
The chef, who is judging the PepsiCo Game Day Grub Match cooking competition, showed Wurtzbach how to put the dishes together. “Who says beauty queens can’t eat?” Wurtzbach said as she sampled their creations. Read the full article here.
InsideEdition.com – Inside Edition special correspondent Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach went zip lining in Super Bowl City, an activity area set up in San Francisco.
Before she raced down the line, she said: “I’m not afraid of heights so I think I can handle it.”But were those her famous last words? As she got up to the plank to zip down, she said: “Oh my God I’m so scared, I can’t do it! I’m Miss Universe not Superwoman, but I guess I can be both.”
With a little encouragement from the crowd below, she took off and had a blast doing it. The final preparations are underway inside Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco where Super Bowl 50 will be played on Sunday. Click here to watch the video.