Israeli ‘Miss Universe’ Contestant Says She Hopes French Crown-Winner Makes Good on Promise to Visit Jewish State
February 3, 2017 - miss universe
Israel’s deputy in the Miss Universe 2016 manifestation suggested on Monday night that the new titleholder has betrothed to visit a Jewish state.
“I’m holding her to that promise,” Israel’s Yam Kaspers Anshel pronounced about France’s Iris Mittenaere, who was crowned on Sunday night in a Philippines. The 18-year-old — who done a comments to a Philippines-based news classification ABS-CBN News during a pageant after-party — combined that she and Mittenaere had been roommates during the foe and became “really good friends.”
The Herzliya native did not make it past a initial turn of a contest, but she still feels like a winner, she said, by “just removing to know [the other contestants] and being here in a Philippines.” The teen, who was a youngest Miss Universe competitor this year, added that she is anxious Mittenaere won a crown. “She is pleasing inside and outside. She deserves it so much,” Kaspers Anshel said.