Miss Universe 2019 will be the 68th edition of the Miss Universe competition. It will be hosted at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, in the US.

Catriona Gray of the Philippines will crown her successor at the end of the event. We’ve compiled a list of the African Queens that will be representing the continent in the competition

1. Salett Miguel – Angola 

20-year-old Salett Miguel will represent Angola at the Miss Universe 2019 

Miss Angola

2. Diana Hamed – Egypt 

Diana Hamed was crowned “Miss Egypt Universe 2019” after beating 20 other contestants. She will be representing Egypt at Miss Universe.

Miss Universe Egypt

3. Stacy Michuki – Kenya

She will be representing Kenya at Miss Universe 2019 Pageant after being crowned Miss Universe Kenya 2018. Stacy was the youngest of all in this journey.

Stacy Michuki

4. Serafina Nchamba- Equatorial Guinea

Serafina Nchamba will be representing Equatorial Guinea at Miss Universe 2019 after being crowned  Miss Equatorial Guinea.

Miss Equatorial Guinea

5. Ornella Lafleche- Mauritius 

Ornella LaFleche, 21, will represent Mauritius in Miss Universe 2019. She is the 32nd woman to represent the country in the international beauty pageant run by the Miss Universe Organization.

miss mauritius

6. Nadja Breytenbach- Namibia

is a Namibian model crowned the title of Miss Namibia 2019. She will be representing Namibia at Miss Universe.

Miss Namibia

7. Olutosin Araromi- Nigeria 

Olutosin Araromi is the newly crowned Miss Universe Nigeria 2019 and will now represent Nigeria in Miss Universe.

Miss Universe Nigeria

8. Zozibini Tunzi- South Africa

Zozibini Tunzi is a South African beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss South Africa 2019. She will now represent South Africa at the Miss Universe competition.

Miss South Africa

9. Marie Esther Bangura – Sierra Leone 

Marie Esther Bangura is the Miss Universe Sierra Leone, She will be representing Sierra Leone at the Miss Universe.

Miss Sierra Leone

  1. Shubila Stanton: Tanzania 

Shubilla Stanton is the newly crowned Miss Universe Tanzania 2019 and will now represent Tanzania at the Miss Universe.

Miss Universe Tanzania

  1. Didia Mukwala- Zambia

Didia Mukwala was crowned Miss Universe 2019 and will be representing Zambia at the Miss Universe 2019.

Didia Mukwala


For More Info: https://www.missuniverse.com

We cannot wait to see the fire looks they’ll bring to the stage.



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