Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters
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Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa wins Miss Universe 2017. The 66th edition of Miss Universe commenced in The Axis, Las Vegas with hosts Ashley Graham and Steve Harvey. With the announcement of the top 5, enthusiasm of the audience reached its heights. Contestants from 93 countries participated in this year's event, making it the biggest beauty pageant ever.

American television personality Ross Mathews, Lele Pons, Jay Manuel, Megan Olivi and former Miss Universes Pia Wurtzbach, Wendy Fitzwilliam judged the contestants.The palpitation soared high before the announcement of the 66th Miss Universe. Giving a tough fight to Colombia and Jamaica, South Africa takes home the crown.

Miss Universe 2017: South Africa

First Runner-up: Colombia

Second Runner-up: Jamaica

The Top 3 contestants:

Colombia

Jamaica

South Africa

The Top 5 contestants:


South Africa

Venezuela

Thailand

Jamaica

Colombia

The top 10 contestants:

Venezuela

Miss Universe Venezuela
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USA

Miss Universe USA
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Philippines

Miss Universe Philippines, Rachel Peters
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Canada

Miss Universe Canada
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South Africa

Spain

Miss Universe Spain
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Brazil

Miss Universe Brazil
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Colombia

Miss Universe Colombia
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Thailand

Miss Universe Jamaica
Miss Universe Jamaica Facebook/Official

Jamaica

Miss Universe Jamaica
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