- Miss SA first runner-up Natasha Joubert recently represented the country on the Miss Universe stage
- While she did not take the crown, many people thought that she did spectacularly well while in Hollywood
- The stunning Andrea Meza of Mexico took the crown on Sunday evening this week
While Mzansi's Natasha Joubert did not walk away with the crown at the 2021 Miss Universe pageant, she did make her fellow South Africans super proud with the way she carried herself on the stage in her various stunning gowns.
"South Africa, let’s have a standing ovation for our Miss Universe South Africa @natasha_joubert You are bold, resilient, authentic and unapologetic!
"We will forever be proud of you and what you have achieved on your @missuniverse journey!#MissUniverseSouthAfrica," Miss SA wrote in a heartwarming post dedicated to Natasha.
Locals completely agreed and were soon sharing how proud they were of Miss Joubert:
"Well done you did so well."
"As much as I am shocked at the result, I just wanted to send love and support to the official Miss SA team. You guys did really great having followed your journey since Natasha entered the Miss SA competition and made the Top 35."
"You were too good for them babe."
Briefly News earlier 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.
"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.
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Source: Briefly News