San Salvador, El Salvador.- R’bonney Gabriel’s reign as Miss Universe came to an end this Saturday, and Miss Nicaragua Shaynice Palacios was crowned as her successor.
Before handing over his crown, the American walked across the stage set up on stage Jose Adolfo Pineda National Gymnasium In San Salvador, El Salvador, 84 candidates for 2023 hailed him, proud of his administration.
R’bonney Gabriel looked stunning in a beautiful mermaid-cut sparkly dress with a headpiece.
As she began to walk among the candidates, her pre-recorded message began to play among the thousands of people present.
“I believe that we create our own destiny with intention and hard work, we are all born with a gift and I feel grateful that Miss Universe has given me the opportunity to share my gift of fashion with the world,” began the outgoing sovereign. Served from 2022 to 2023.
“From collaborating with young designers to creating recycled pieces, I want to show that fashion can be a force for good, and never let adversity or hate stop us from our purpose,” she added.
Later, she highlighted her own resilience and self-confidence that led to her coronation. Miss Universe 2022.
“I wouldn’t be here today if I had allowed the hate and dark moments to get to me, and a strong voice and mind will always triumph over negativity,” he added.
And he ended with a message that unleashed applause from the entire audience and shouts of excitement at the venue.
“Find the strength to dream, don’t waste any moment, the moment is now, if not now, when?”, Gabriel emphasized.
A few minutes later, he placed his crown on the beautiful Nicaraguan’s head. Shaneice PalaciosHe would make history as the first Central American to win.