Tell me honestly. Haven’t you heard all these questions from previous pageant jurors? Have a look at these queries for the top five Miss Universe contestants:
- MISS UKRAINE: If you could trade lives with anyone in history, who would it be and why? – Amelia Vega
- MISS PHILIPPINES: Would you change your religious beliefs to marry the person you love? Why and why not?-Vivica Fox:
- MISS CHINA: Nude beaches are common in some parts of the world. Is public nudity appropriate or inappropriate and why? –Isabeli Fontana
- MISS BRAZIL: What would you do to avoid fighting a war that you did not agree with it? – Helio Castroneves
- MISS ANGOLA: If you could change one of your physical characteristics, which one would it be and why? –Lea Salonga
I have three speculations: (1) The jurors have already made preliminary assessments of the candidates prior to picking the top 10, five, and then the crown bearer. (2) The top 10 finalists have been ranked even before the big night, meaning the remaining 78 candidates just pretended they were participating in the game of confidence, beauty and intelligence –i.e. anomaly. (3) If you want someone to be voted out or be unpopular, let her talk about religion. Vivica Fox knew so well how to make Shamcey Supsup lose the Q & A game. It was a tricky question. If she chose to please the world, or the judges, she would deny her beliefs – come off cool, flexible or open-minded. Yet she chose to answer truthfully, or stubbornly, so she lost the sympathy of the earthly.