The 70th Miss Universe pageant is set to hold in Eilat, Israel, on December 12, 2021.
On the stage, the current Queen, Andrea Meza, who is from Mexico, will crown her successor.
The event will be hosted by Steve Harvey and will see the return of countries who could not participate in the previous edition.
These are Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Sweden, and Turkey
Recall also that some African countries like Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco Kenya, Namibia, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania could not participate at the 69th edition of Miss Universe as a result of the pandemic.
Let us take a look at the African beauty queens representing the continent on the international stage.
Nigeria – Maristella Okpala
Ghana – Silvia Naa Morkor Commodore
Cameroon – Michèle-Ange Minkata
South Africa- Latela Mswane
Namibia – Chelsi Shikongo
Kenya – Roshanara Ebrahim
Equatorial Guinea – Martina Mituy Avomo
Mauritius – Anne Murielle Ravina
Belgium – Kedist Deltour (Ethiopian descent)
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Meet Africa’s Representatives for 2021 Miss Universe