Sao Paulo, Brazil to Host the 2011 Miss Universe Pageant Live on NBC. Full Article.
December 16, 2010 10:19 a.m.
Tags: Brazil, Donald Trump, Miss Universe Pageant, Sao Paulo
NEW YORK, NY - December 16, 2010 - Donald J.Trump, NBC Universal and Miss Universe Organization president Paula M.Shugart, Announced today the 60th Annual Miss Universe Competition will air live from Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 12, 2011.The glamorous live event, featuring the MOST beautiful women in the universe, will air on NBC in the United States, with a Spanish simulcast on Telemundo.
"I am very pleased to announce Our partnership with Media conglomerate Grupo Bandeirantes de ComunicaÃ § ao and the selection of Sao Paulo as the host location for Miss Universe 2011," Said the pageant's owner, Donald J.Trump."Brazil is Rapidly Becoming an Economic powerhouse and is a great place to do business. This Decade, Brazil is hosting three of the Greatest and most-watched events worldwide: the World Cup, the Summer Olympic Games and now, to kick it all off , Miss Universe. "
"Bandeirantes Group is delighted That We Have Reached an Agreement with the Miss Universe Organization to host the 2011 Miss Universe pageant in Sao Paulo, Brazil," Said the network's president, Joao Carlos Saad."We believe it is fitting for Brazil to Set the Stage for this glamorous event, and we look forward to Showing the contestants, and The Almost 200 Countries around the world Who Watches the pageant Every year, the exciting and vibrant culture of Our beautiful country.
Contestants from More Than 80 Countries around the world will travel to Brazil for Almost a month of Activities Leading up to the live telecast.They Will Be Judged in three categories: swimsuit, evening gown and interview, As They coveted Fri for the title of Miss Universe 2011.This is first time in STI 60-year history the Miss Universe contest held in Brazil Will Be.
Mexican Ximena Navarrete, Miss Universe 2010, will crown her successor at the conclusion of the telecast.DURING her reign, Navarrete has Traveled the world as an advocate for HIV / AIDS education, research, and legislation.The next Miss Universe will continue this work.