- Miss Laos Payengxa Lor traveled 48 hours to compete at Miss Universe.
- Lor’s voyage to the competitors, which is in New Orleans this 12 months, included 5 layovers.
- Lor is the primary Miss Laos to make the highest 16 in Miss Universe historical past.
The Miss Universe competition brings collectively unbelievable girls from everywhere in the world — and a few should journey a lot farther distances than others to make it to the pageant stage.
Throughout the starting of the 71st annual Miss Universe competition on Saturday, it was revealed that Miss Laos Payengxa Lor had the longest journey.
Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Grey and “Entry Hollywood” star Zuri Corridor, who served as backstage correspondents for the present, revealed that Lor traveled 48 hours to make the pageant — which is happening this 12 months in New Orleans, Louisiana. Lor’s voyage included 5 layovers.
The Miss Universe hosts added that Miss USA R’Bonney Gabriel had the shortest journey of all of the contestants, driving 4 hours from her hometown in Houston, Texas.
Miss Universe hosts Olivia Culpo and Jeannie Mai-Jenkins revealed in the course of the broadcast that Lor was within the prime 16, turning into the primary Miss Laos to make the semifinals in Miss Universe historical past.
Lor is the primary Hmong girl to compete within the Miss Universe competitors, in keeping with her bio.
The pageant queen taught herself English and have become an English trainer. She works as a motivational speaker, volunteers for underprivileged folks, and has a silver medal in taekwondo.
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