Mexico City – Far from criticizing R’Bonnie Gabriel’s win, Lupita Jones, the Texan who represented the United States at the Miss Universe pageant, and Irma Miranda, who was Miss Mexico, feel satisfied that she won.
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Jones, director of Mexicana Universal, and Miranda, who represented Mexico in the beauty pageant but did not make it among the 16 semifinalists, said it was a fitting choice.
“To me, Miss USA’s answer to the last question, it was fantastic, it was the best answer,” Jones said. “With great poise, she knew what she was talking about, personal experience, committed, she touched on strong topics like human trafficking, women survivors of violence. It’s been taken to the Miss Universe stage, it Seems like a huge success to me”.
Regarding Mexico’s result, Miranda expresses her regret for not being chosen by the judges, but she knows it is not at her discretion.
“In the end, the organization has a profile, and the fact that it graded doesn’t mean it did well or bad. They were looking for certain characteristics, and they weren’t finding [mi perfil]”, said the native of Sonora.
As Ximena Navarrete, winner of the title in 2010, was part of the jury, Jones, who won Miss Universe in 1991, said she gave him feedback on what the organization was looking for in representatives, although he believes he made some mistakes. did not do wrong.
“You’re left with the satisfaction that he did well, but you know that no one sees, that a jury interview was held, that defines things. And that’s what defines the result, the private interview. Jones said.
For her part, Miranda stated that she would resume her hosting career, as she previously worked at Televisa Deportes, and would continue preparing to be present among audiences as a model and influencer.