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  • 9
    Jul
    2014

    Miss Universe 2011, Leila Lopes & Osi Umenyiora Celebrate Engagement

    American-born Nigerian NFL player, Osi Umenyiora and 2011 Miss Universe Leila Lopes had their engagement ceremony on July 5 in Angola, the bride-to-be’s country.

    Read the full article here.

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  • 7
    Jul
    2014

    MISS USA Pageant Invites Ex-Miss Delaware

    Miss America says she’s too old, but the Delaware beauty queen who got stripped of her title is about to get a shot at another crown — with the Donald Trump owned Miss USA pageant.

    The people over at Miss USA — the one with hotter contestants, generally — tell TMZ they’re inviting
    Amanda Longacre to enter their competition for the Delaware crown later this year.

    Read the full article here.

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  • 7
    Jul
    2014

    Miss USA Nia Sanchez Shares Diet and Exercise Tips

    Miss USA 2014 Nia Sanchez is a fourth-degree black belt in the Korean martial art of taekwondo who maintains her smoking-hot bikini body with a healthy diet and circuit-training workouts.

    “I teach taekwondo,” Nia, 24, told Las Vegas Weekly. “I started training when I was 8, and I started teaching when I was 12, and I was a certified instructor when I was 15. It’s a good workout. It’s a full-body workout. I never get more tired working out than when I’m at the studio.”

    Read the full article here.

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  • 23
    Jun
    2014

    Gabriela Isler amfAr Inspiration Gala 2014

    Miss Universe 2013, Gabriela Isler appears in Vogue en Espanol. She is wearing Ports 1961 Gown and Cantamessa jewelry.

    5 de 18 Gabriela Isler, Miss Universo 2013, acudió a la gala con la banda que rezaba su título sobre un vestido con tela de rejilla y bordados de color negro sobre un fondo marrón. Click here to view.

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  • 13
    Jun
    2014

    New Miss USA, a taekwondo black belt, explains why she feels self-defense is important

    Nia Sanchez doesn’t feel like she’s ever been in any real physical danger. She has never felt threatened in public or feared she could be the victim of any type of violence.

    There was, though, that one time a few years ago when she was in a public place and a jerk grabbed her by the wrist and pulled her in the opposite direction of the way she was going. Maybe the man was just joking around. Sanchez wasn’t going to stick around to find out, quickly using her martial arts training to get the man to remove his grip.

    Read the full article here.

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