Catriona Gray back as backstage correspondent for Miss Universe 2023

  • Page Views 542
  • MANILA, Philippines — Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray is returning as a Miss Universe backstage correspondent for the pageant’s 72nd edition.
    Joining Gray backstage is her partner last year, Emmy award-winner and “American Ninja Warrior” co-host Zuri Hall.
    Television host Jeannie Mai Jenkins and another former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo will be back to host Miss Universe together for a second time in a row after taking over hosting duties from Steve Harvey last year.

    Harvey icon previously hosted the pageant from 2015 to 2021 as a part of Fox’s deal with Miss Universe which ended in 2022.
    Jenkins hosted the pageant the year before Harvey began his stint while Culpo, alongside actor Mario Lopez, hosted the 2020 edition as it was in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Completing the all-women hosting team is television host Maria Menounos joining Culpo and Jenkins on the main stage.
    For the Spanish-language telecast of Miss Universe 2023 on Telemundo, hosting duties will be done by Ecuadorian host-actor Danilo Carrera, Miss Universe Mexico 2001 Jacqueline Bracamontes, Miss Universe 2020 Andrea Meza, her runner-up from Brazil Julia Gama, and television personality Carlos Adyan.

    The Philippines’ representative Michelle Dee will be aiming to bring home the country’s fifth Miss Universe crown, or at the very least qualify for the semifinals after the Philippines last year exited at the pageant’s first round for the first time in 12 years.
    Miss Universe 2023, taking place in El Salvador, will kick off with the preliminary round on November 15 (the 16th in the Philippines), the national costume competition the following day, and the coronation night on November 18 (the 19th in the Philippines). (K. Purnell, PS)

    Share

    New Posts Recently publish post More

    • 15 February 2024
      5 days ago No comment

      Canada, Philippines ranked in global corruption index

      February 16, 2024 — Transparency International has released its latest Corruption Perception Index, which scores 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public-sector corruption. The Berlin-based anti-corruption group’s 2023 CPI scores 180 countries and territories, using a scale from 0 to 100, with 100 being very clean ...

    • 08 February 2024
      2 weeks ago No comment

      Marcos-Duterte alliance splinters

      The rift between Philippine President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his predecessor, Rodrigo Duterte, has taken a turn for the worse. Philippine political analysts say in media reports that this may be end of the political alliance that swept Marcos Jr. to the presidency and Duterte’s daughter Sara as ...

    • 25 January 2024
      4 weeks ago No comment

      Tara na!: Filipinos go for Pierre Poilievre

      VANCOUVER – Members of the Filipino community showed their all-out support to the Conservative Party of Canada as their leader, Pierre Poilievre, held a meet and greet last January 22 at the Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre. Several Conservative MPs accompanied Poilievre as he talked about the latest issues and problems ...

    • 23 January 2024
      4 weeks ago No comment

      Rewind’ breaks domestic box office records

      MANILA — The 49th Metro Manila Film Fest entry “Rewind” is now the highest-grossing Filipino film in terms of domestic box office sales, amassing P815-million as of January 17. This surpasses the local box office records set by “Hello, Love, Goodbye” in 2019 and “The Hows of Us” in ...

    • 18 January 2024
      1 month ago No comment

      Hala Bira! Viva Sto. Nino! Ati-Atihan celebration in Vancouver

      ATI-ATIHAN 2024 Hala Bira! Viva Sto. Nino! Ati-atihan celebration in Vancouver last January 6, 2024   AKLANON STO. NIÑO ASSOCIATION OF BC ATI-ATIHAN 2024 Officers Renante Itulid ( Board of Director) Teodulo Inamac ( Board of Director) Kent Napat ( Assistant Secretary) Liza Napat ( Board of Director) Bernadette ...

    %d bloggers like this: