- Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi wowed with her amazing outfit at the crowning of Miss USA 2020
- Zozi and Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst crowned Miss USA 2020 Asya Branch and gave her her sash at the ceremony in Memphis
- Zozi looked absolutely amazing in her yellow dress, she and Miss USA 2019 also wore the same style of mask
Reigning Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi recently attended the crowning of Miss USA and Miss Teen USA in Memphis, Tennessee recently. The South African beauty shared a video to her official Instagram account as well.
Zozi also attended the crowning of new Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida in Cape Town. She appeared in an interview with Miss USA 2019 and Miss Teen USA 2019 before the crowning of the 2020 pageants.
Zozi looked absolutely stunning in a yellow dress with blue and white finishings. The dress had a choker-like neckline and an open bust area. She accessorised with her crown and a matching mask.
Take a look at a video shared to Zozi's Instagram below:
This Instagram account shared an amazing video of the SA beauty giving Miss USA 2020, Asya Branch, her sash:
This stunning image from a fan page shows Zozi with Miss USA 2019, Cheslie Kryst:
In other news about Miss Universe, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Zozi after she delivered a stellar clap-back at a weave hater. Zozi shared a terrific response to a man trying to degrade women who choose to wear weave in a tweet recently.
The guy, @Lloyd_N_Tolo, decided that he would pay a compliment to the South African beauty while in the same breath drag other black women for their decision to wear wigs as opposed to keeping the natural look that Zozi and now the most recent Miss SA, Shudu, both rock.
Using all the elegance, intelligence and wisdom she could manage, Zozi threw together the perfect set of words, explaining to the man her definition of what was beautiful while at the same time reminding him that a woman was never defined by her hair - natural or "fake".
"It's actually not about that. It's about autonomy. The ability of women expressing themselves however they choose to. It's about saying we are all beautiful in our natural hair and in weaves for those who choose to. It's not a competition but a celebration of ALL women."
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