- Social media users are in love with Natasha Joubert after she stunned the world at the Miss Universe competition
- Her recent appearance in the preliminary phases of the competition has Mzansi convinced that Joubert is the next Miss Universe
- Social media users reacted to a post shared by Briefly News on Facebook and took to other social media platforms to celebrate Natasha
Natasha Joubert is on everyone's lips after the preliminary rounds of the Miss Universe beauty competition.
Briefly News shared a post on Facebook about Natasha and asked South Africa what they thought about Natasha and the Miss Universe competition.
"Natasha Joubert for Miss Universe. ❤️
Who agrees? Why? ❤️"
Here are some of the comments that Briefly News readers left in response to the pose:
Nikita-Aliyah Hope Mgoduka:
"She's so perfect for Latin and Ballroom dancing. Her poses are of a dancer."
"Beauuuutilicious and perfectly curved oooh waare great body my God."
Zikisani Zigga-Mazik Ngumla:
"Me, because she's a South African I want nothing but the best for south Africans ❤❤❤."
"We all agree❤️❤️she is our princess moss."
Social media users also took to Twitter in response to Natasha and the Miss Universe competition using the hashtag #NatashaForMissUniverse.
"Hello, again Universe! I give you, Natasha Joubert your future Miss Universe #NatashaForMissUniverse #MissUniverse."
"Good morning to Natasha Joubert and only her!"
"Natasha oozes everything confidence ✨ she was so fire on the stage. I love how she is extra confident now compared to the Miss SA pageant. Bring it home, girl."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Natasha Joubert recently left so many people awwing after she showed up at the 2021 Miss Universe pageant wearing a dress that was designed to incorporate murals made by South African children.
Natasha, who was crowned as the second runner-up at Miss SA 2020, wore the white beaded and figure-hugging dress with a sophistication that only a queen could master. The dress - a Gert Johan Coetzee design - was finished with a cape that bore the murals of pre-school children who drew how Covid-19 had impacted their little lives.
"Natasha carries the children of South Africa with her as she walks on the international stage in her national costume, the fabric wings of her unique gown have been printed with drawings made by young children from South Africa.
"The artwork tells the story of pre-school children’s very personal experiences of lockdown and how the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted their young lives," @Official_MissSA explained.