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Miss Universe 2023 Live Stream Nov 18th

Welcome to people around the globe to The MISS UNIVERSE LIVE STREAM. The world eagerly anticipates the 72nd Miss Universe pageant, a mesmerizing event that will unfold on November 18, 2023 and be streamed here.

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Miss Universe Live Stream Nov 18: A Resplendent Ode to Global Femininity

The Resurgence of Global Splendor at Miss Universe 2023

Brimming with an eclectic mélange of beauty, intellect, and cultural exuberance, the 72nd iteration of the Miss Universe pageant is set to transpire on November 18, 2023. Amidst the effervescent charm of El Salvador’s José Adolfo Pineda Arena, this venerable event is a testament to the panoply of global femininity and empowerment.

Venue: El Salvador’s Emblematic Hospitality

An Amphitheater of Cultural Renaissance: The José Adolfo Pineda Arena

Nestled in the verdant lap of El Salvador, a land replete with picturesque beauty and indomitable spirit, the chosen venue effuses a blend of historical gravitas and contemporary allure. This year’s setting is not merely a geographic locale but a vibrant canvas for the global sisterhood.

Contestants: Beacons of Global Narratives

Diversity Personified: Emissaries of Global Narratives

A congregation of 84 contestants, each an avatar of their nation’s ethos, will grace the event. These paragons of beauty are not only custodians of aesthetic grace but also harbingers of social change, shattering long-held paradigms of traditional pageantry.

Progressive Evolution: The Pageant’s New Epoch

Inclusivity: A Renaissance in Pageant Ideals

The pageant’s audacious embrace of married women and mothers as contestants is a clarion call for inclusivity. This avant-garde decision heralds a new epoch, where beauty is not a monolith but a kaleidoscope that embraces myriad life experiences.

Hosts and Entertainment: The Celestial Ensemble

A Confluence of Star Power and Musical Poesy

The constellation of hosts, including luminaries like Jeannie Mai and Olivia Culpo, alongside the mellifluous serenades of John Legend, will orchestrate an evening where glamour and artistic prowess coalesce, enrapturing the global audience.

Advocacy and Impact: The Pageant’s Noble Charter

A Platform for Altruistic Endeavors and Global Dialogues

Transcending the confines of conventional pageantry, Miss Universe morphs into a dais for advocacy. Contestants, as advocates, champion a plethora of causes, orchestrating a symphony of awareness on environmental, social, and humanitarian fronts.

Controversies: The Unforeseen Tribulations

Navigating the Labyrinth of Ethical Conundrums

In its journey towards the zenith of global events, the pageant has encountered its share of vicissitudes, including allegations of misconduct and logistical upheavals. These incidents underscore the exigency for a steadfast commitment to ethical prudence and transparency.

Competition Format: A Rigorous Odyssey

The Crucible of Beauty, Intellect, and Eloquence

The multifaceted competition format, an intricate tapestry of preliminaries, thematic displays, and cerebral interviews, is an odyssey that tests the contestants’ mettle, not merely in physical beauty but in sagacity and articulation.

Judging Panel: The Custodians of Destiny

A Consortium of Diverse Luminaries

The adjudicators, a diverse assemblage from sundry walks of life, bring their unique insights to the fore, ensuring a judicious and multifarious evaluation of the contestants, each a narrative unto themselves.

The Finale: The Crescendo of Glory

The Coronation: A Moment of Epochal Significance

As the pageant culminates, the crescendo of anticipation burgeons. The coronation of Miss Universe 2023 is not just the crowning of a beauty queen but the anointment of an ambassador of global grace and societal change.


A Tapestry of Beauty, Empowerment, and Unity

The Miss Universe 2023 pageant is an elegy to the unbridled spirit of womanhood, a confluence of beauty, intellect, and cultural diversity. It stands as a beacon of hope and unity, celebrating the profound and multifaceted nature of femininity across the globe.

About the Miss Universe Pageant

It is one of the most-watched pageants and it definitely has become easier for people over the years because of the advent of live-streaming. Miss Universe is run by the United States based Miss Universe Organization. Fans from over 190 territories tune in one way or another to view the show.

Miss Universe is one part of the Big Four international beauty pageants. The other three are Miss World, Miss International, and Miss Earth. The organization is owned by the WME/IMG talent agency.

The show is expected to be broadcast by Telemundo as they have secured the licensing rights to air the pageant for the next 5 years. The current Miss Universe is Andrea Meza of Mexico who was crowned on May 16, 2021, in Hollywood, Florida.


The first time the title “Miss Universe” was used was in 1926 by the International Pageant of Pulchritude. That contest lasted until 1935 when the Great Depression and other events preceding World War II led to the show being abandoned.

The present form of the Miss Universe pageant was founded in 1952 by Pacific Knitting Mills which is a California-based clothing company and manufacturer of Catalina Swimwear. The first Miss Universe Pageant was held in Long Beach, California in 1952. The winner was, Armi Kuusela from Finland, who later gave up her title to get married, a little while before her year was completed.

As the years went by Pacific Mills and its subsidiaries were acquired by the Kayser-Roth Corporation, which was in turn acquired by Gulf and Western Industries.

The pageant was first televised in 1955 and then CBS began broadcasting the combined Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants in 1960. They split the contests in 1965. Former US President Donald Trump bought the pageant in 1996 from ITT Corp. He maintained a broadcasting arrangement with CBS until 2002

In 1998, Miss Universe, Inc. changed its name to the Miss Universe Organization and moved its headquarters from Los Angeles to New York City. In 2002, Trump entered into a joint venture with NBC and from 2003 to 2014, the pageant was broadcast in the United States on NBC.

That partnership would last until June 2015, when NBC cancelled all business relationships with Trump and the Miss Universe Organization because of Trump’s controversial statements about illegal immigrants who crossed the border from Mexico.

In response, through a legal settlement, in September 2015, Trump bought out NBC’s 50% stake in the company, making him the company’s sole owner. He then sold the whole company to WME/IMG.

Following that upheaval in October 2015, Fox and Azteca became the official broadcasters of the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants. Paula Shugart is the current president of the Miss Universe Organization and has held this position since 1997.

Celebrity Hosts

Many celebrities have hosted the pageants some include: Bob Barker from 1967 to 1987, Alan Thicke in 1988, John Forsythe in 1989, Dick Clark from 1990 to 1993, Bob Goen from 1994 to 1996, and Jack Wagner in 1998 and 1999. 

During the NBC telecast era, the now infamous Billy Bush hosted the Miss Universe Pageant from 2003 to 2005 and 2009, Andy Cohen in 2011 and 2012, and Thomas Roberts in 2013 and 2014. 

Steve Harvey was the host from 2015 to 2019 and Mario Lopez returned as host in 2020. 


There have been 70 Miss Universe winners since the pageant began. Below are the last 8 winners.

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Miss USAR’Bonney Gabriel2022
Miss IndiaHarnaaz Sandhu2021
Miss MexicoAndrea Meza2020
Miss South AfricaZozibini Tunzi2019
Miss PhilippinesCatriona Gray2018
Miss South AfricaDemi-Leigh Nel-Peters2017
Miss   FranceIris Mittenaere2016

You can check out the Miss Universe Live Stream here.