In a dazzling showcase of beauty, grace, and charisma, Sheynnis Palacios from Nicaragua emerged victorious, claiming the coveted title of the 72nd Miss Universe. The grand event unfolded at the Jose Adolfo Pineda arena in San Salvador, where representatives from 90 countries competed fiercely for the prestigious crown.
The climactic moment arrived as Miss Universe 2022, R’Bonney Gabriel, gracefully passed the torch to her successor, Sheynnis Palacios. The crowd erupted in joyous cheers as Miss Nicaragua secured the title, with Miss Thailand and Miss Australia also standing tall as finalists in the beauty pageant.
The final round witnessed an intense showdown between the three outstanding contestants, each showcasing their unique qualities and poise. Ultimately, it was Sheynnis Palacios who stole the spotlight, capturing the hearts of the judges and the global audience.
The runners-up in the Miss Universe 2023 contest were Moraya Wilson of Miss Australia, securing the second runner-up position, and Anntonia Porsild of Miss Thailand, claiming the first runner-up title. The competition was fierce, and each participant displayed exceptional talent, charm, and elegance.
The grand event unfolded on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time / 5 p.m. Pacific Time, with a global audience eagerly tuning in. For international viewers, the spectacle began on Nov 19 at 6:30 AM Indian Standard Time.
The Miss Universe 2023 pageant was not just confined to the arena, as it was also broadcasted online on Miss Universe’s YouTube channel and its X account, allowing fans worldwide to witness the crowning moment and the entire gala unfold in real-time.
As the world celebrates the new Miss Universe, Sheynnis Palacios, the spotlight now turns to her journey, advocacy, and the positive impact she aims to make during her reign. The 72nd Miss Universe has been crowned, and a new chapter in the world of beauty and inspiration begins.