‘It’s about lenient women’: Miss Universe Australia artistic executive says there are no skeleton to mislay beauty …

June 7, 2018 - miss universe

  • Miss America have announced that they will be scrapping a swimsuit segment
  • The ancestral change aims to prioritise luminary over earthy appearance 
  • Miss Universe Australia won’t be doing a same, as they explain it’s too popular 
  • ‘Our contestants unequivocally adore it’ claims artistic executive Sophia Barbagello

Gavin Butler For Daily Mail Australia

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Organisers of Miss Universe Australia insist that they will not be scrapping a iconic swimsuit member of a pageant, notwithstanding their US homogeneous announcing skeleton to do so.

Miss America suggested that they would be doing divided with a argumentative bikini shred in a bid to prioritise a personalities of contestants over their earthy appearances.   

Rather than parading themselves around in swimwear, participants in a US eventuality will now prominence their life achievements and goals to a judges, Herald Sun reports.

Organisers of Miss Universe Australia insist that they will not be scrapping a iconic swimsuit member of a pageant, notwithstanding a US homogeneous announcing skeleton to do so

Organisers of Miss Universe Australia insist that they will not be scrapping a iconic swimsuit member of a pageant, notwithstanding a US homogeneous announcing skeleton to do so

While revelation that it is a divisive component of a competition, artistic executive Sophia Barbagello claims it is still too well-liked in Australia to clear dropping it from a event

While revelation that it is a divisive component of a competition, artistic executive Sophia Barbagello claims it is still too well-liked in Australia to clear dropping it from a event

‘We’re not judging we on your coming since we are meddlesome in what creates we you,’ says Miss America president Gretchen Carlson. 

But Miss Universe Australia is refusing to toe a line, it seems, as organisers claim that there are no skeleton to get absolved of a renouned swimsuit territory down under.

While revelation that it is a divisive component of a competition, creative executive Sophia Barbagello claims it is still too well-liked in Australia to clear dropping it from a event.

This follows news that Miss America will be doing divided with a argumentative bikini shred in a bid to prioritise a personalities of contestants over their earthy appearances

This follows news that Miss America will be doing divided with a argumentative bikini shred in a bid to prioritise a personalities of contestants over their earthy appearances

'Our contestants unequivocally adore [the swimsuit apportionment of Miss Universe] and have a lot of fun with that partial of a competition' said Barbagello

‘Our contestants unequivocally adore [the swimsuit apportionment of Miss Universe] and have a lot of fun with that partial of a competition’ said Barbagello

‘The swimsuit apportionment of a Miss Universe and Miss USA competitions is a longest-standing tradition and many argumentative element. Many adore it and many adore to hatred it,’ she says.

‘[But] Our contestants unequivocally adore it and have a lot of fun with that partial of a competition.’

And she’s not alone.

Current Miss Universe Australia Olivia Rogers has concluded that a swimwear territory should sojourn as a pivotal partial of a pageant, and suggested that she found it lenient rather than demeaning.  

Current Miss Universe Australia Olivia Rogers (pictured) agrees that a swimwear territory should sojourn as a pivotal partial of a pageant, suggested that she found it lenient rather than demeaning

Current Miss Universe Australia Olivia Rogers (pictured) agrees that a swimwear territory should sojourn as a pivotal partial of a pageant, suggested that she found it lenient rather than demeaning

‘It’s such an critical partial of a foe and all a girls suffer it,’ she claims.

‘It’s about certainty and lenient women and diversity.’

Miss Universe Australia is a many high-profile internal beauty competition, and has launched a careers of Jennifer Hawkins, Erin Mcnaught, Olivia Rogers and Samantha Frost.    

Miss Universe Australia is a many high-profile internal beauty competition, and has launched a careers of Jennifer Hawkins (left), Erin Mcnaught, Olivia Rogers (right) and Samantha Frost


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