Japan wins Miss Universe 2007

I Say:

I would like to congratulate the winner of Miss Universe 2007, Ms. Japan Riyo Mori. I thought it was Ms. Brazil who would win the pageant. Well well well, as expected our very own Ms. Philippines did not make make it even in the Top 15 *sighs*. Though our own Ms. Philippines Anna Theresa Licaros did not bring home the winning crown, she did manage to won the Miss Photogenic Award. For me, Philippines did not win Miss Photogenic becoz she is “really” photogenic, but becoz of she did manage to get the highest vote in the internet.

The whole pageant for me was soooo damned boring… There are many changes which I really dont like coz it contradict the usual Miss Universe beauty pageant.. It was kinda like a modeling competition, no further assessment in knowing who deserves to be Miss Universe.. The whole program was horrible for me, the hosts, the stage, and ohhh not to mention the disrespectful audience.. Damned!!!…

I feel so sorry for Miss USA, I mean how could the Mexicans treat her like that.. How could that gurl got to do with the current political relation of US and Mexico…. Hahays!! I admire Miss USA coz she continue to strutt her stuff despite of the boo’s…. I bet she is devastated with that particular experience…

About Miss Japan….




RIYO MORI MISS UNIVERSE® 2007

This evening, during one of the year’s most exciting live international television events, a star-studded panel of judges chose Miss Japan, Riyo Mori, as MISS UNIVERSE® 2007
Ms. Mori is 20 years-old and has been dancing since she was 4. She loves traveling the world and enjoys visiting museums and watching musicals.

The judging panel for the 2007 Miss Universe Pageant included NBC’s “Heroes” James Kyson Lee, NBC’s “Deal or No Deal” briefcase model Lindsay Clubine, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, rocker Dave Navarro, World and Olympic figure skating champion Michelle Kwan, fashion designer Marc Bouwer, Novela Star Mauricio Islas, “Project Runway” judge and Elle magazine fashion director Nina Garcia, and former Miss Universes Dayanara Torres (1993) and Christiane Martel (1953).

Throughout the two-hour event, contestants from 77 countries around the world competed in three categories: swimsuit; evening gown; and personality interview. Zuleyka Rivera, Miss Universe 2006, crowned her successor at the conclusion of the two-hour primetime telecast, before an estimated worldwide viewing audience of more than 1 billion in over 170 countries.


The MISS UNIVERSE® 2007 prize package includes: Official Miss UNIVERSE Mikimoto pearl tiara; 2 Year Scholarship from The NY Film Academy in NYC; custom designed wardrobe by Tadashi; National and International multi-media advertising campaign and a complete denim wardrobe from YMI Jeanswear; Swimsuit wardrobe from BSC Swimwear Thailand; Shoe wardrobe from Nina; A Ritmo Mundo Jumbo Jet Mystery Dial time piece; Year-long supply of hair care products and tools from Farouk Systems; Membership to Gravity Fitness and papering at John Barrett Salon; Fashion Portfolio by leading fashion photographer Fadil Berisha; Consultation with stylist Billie Causieestko; New York City apartment for the year of her reign including living expenses; professional representation by the Miss Universe Organization and Trump Model Management; and a personal appearance wardrobe.