- Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi will finally be bidding farewell to the crown after winning it 2019
- After a long delay due to Covid-19, the pageant will be taking place in May this year where Zozi will be handing over the crown
- Heading online, the Miss Universe page shared the news with its followers about the highly anticipated event
After a long delay that came about because of Covid-19 restraints, the current Miss Universe, South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi will be handing over the crown in May this year to the next talented young lady who will be taking up the role. Heading to Instagram the Miss universe page wrote:
"The moment we've all been waiting for... The 69th #MISSUNIVERSE competition is heading to Hollywood, FL! MISS UNIVERSE will air live around the world from Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Sunday, May 16 at 8:00 PM ET. @hardrockholly. For more show information, visit missuniverse.com #GuitarHotel."
Not long after the post was shared, it received over 200k views. Many locals also headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on the upcoming events. Read a few of their comments below:
"@deshaunabarber Love Queen from Indonesia."
"Current miss universe Zozibini inspires me a lot as she always embraces who she truly is and defines that true beauty is far beyond physical looks."
"I have never learned so much and developed an interest in pageantry and purpose since I saw Zozibini Tunzi on the Miss SA 2019 stage counting. Enough to be my daughter and very inspiring. Upward and forward Miss Universe 2019."
In other Zozibini Tunzi Briefly.co.za news, as South Africa celebrates New Year's eve, many people have taken to the internet to reflect on the year and how they will be moving forward. Former Miss South Africa and current Miss Univers, Zozibini Tunzi is one of them.
The Eastern Cape beauty recently headed to Twitter to share her thoughts and feels of a new year dawning. In her tweet, she reminds everyone that they are still alive and well. She also encourages them to hold on as the tough year is nearly behind them.
"And after everything, we are grateful for breath in our bodies. Inhale it's the final stretch," she wrote.
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Source: Briefly News