South Africans can fast-track Miss South Africa Ndavia Nokeri to the semi-finals by voting for her on the Miss Universe web site.
Miss South Africa Ndavi Nokeri. Picture: @Official_MissSA/Twitter
Cape City – Main magnificence pageant web site Missosology has revealed who it believes are the highest 20 contestants for the 71st Miss Universe pageant.
Our very personal Miss South Africa, Ndavi Nokeri, has made the checklist at quantity seven.
‘ Missosology (@missosology) January 5, 2023
This is a have a look at the location’s high 20 checklist:
1. Curaçao – Gabriela Dos Santos
2. Venezuela – Amanda Dudamel
3. Puerto Rico – Ashley Carrinho
4. Jamaica – Toshami Calvin
5. Philippines – Celeste Cortesi
6. USA – R’bonnie Gabriel
7. South Africa – Ndavi Nokeri
8. Colombia – Maria Fernanda Aristizábal
9. Thailand – Anna Sueangam-iam
10. Spain – Alicia Faubel
11. Chile – Sofia Depassier
12. Mexico – Irma Miranda
13. India – Divita Rai
14. Indonesia – Laksmi De-Neefe Suardana
15. Cambodia – Manita Hold
16. Peru – Alessia Rovegno
17. Ukraine – Victoria Apanasenko
18. Aruba – Kiara Arend
19. Italy – Virginia Stabluma
20. Germany – Soraya Kolman
New after lower than a month @Miss World might be topped😱👑
Let’s increase the South African flag greater with @Ndavi_Nokeri securing a spot within the semi-finals.
Miss South Africa (@Official_MissSA) December 22, 2022
South Africans can fast-track Nocker to the semi-finals by voting for her on the Miss Universe web site.
The most cost effective vote (that is three votes) will set you again R17, whereas the most costly vote will set you again simply over R3400 (that is 1000 votes).
Missosology says its predictions will change nearer to the ultimate competitors, which might be held on January 14 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
UP TO 1 WEEK! 🤩
South Africa are you prepared? 🇿🇦
Miss South Africa (@Official_MissSA) January 7, 2023
In the meantime, in case you are an avid pageant follower and love early mornings, you possibly can catch the dwell broadcast on January fifteenth on 1Magic at 3am.
Earlier Miss Universe winners from South Africa embrace Margaret Gardiner in 1978, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters in 2017 and Zozibini Tunzi in 2019.