Outgoing Miss Universe 2021. Harnaj Kaur Sandhu was emotional during. Her final walk before crowning R’Bonnie Gabriel of . The United States as the new Miss Universe. Miss Sandhu tried hard to hold back tears as she walked the stage for the last time as the reigning Miss Universe. . The special gown she wore also had Sushmita Sen’s 1994 pageant winning moment printed on the back.
Tears rolled down her cheeks as she waved to the audience, folded her arms in namaste and blew kisses to the air. During her walk, Ms. Sandhu was also seen stumbling, but regained her balance in no time.
A video of the emotional moment was posted on Twitter by the official account of Miss Universe. “Hold back the tears as @HarnaazKaur takes the stage as Miss Universe for the last time!” read the caption.
. “I was 17 years old when I first stepped on stage and from then on it was my goal to be Miss Universe. I was given a megaphone on the global stage for menstrual equality before asking. World leaders to continue this conversation.” Thank you for
In a message to . Miss Universe 2022, Harnaj Sandhu added, “Remember to live this year to . The fullest because tomorrow is never promised. Namaste Universe.”
R’Bonnie Gabrielle of the United States was crowned. Miss Universe 2022, Amanda Dudamel of Venezuela was the first runner-up and Andrea. Martinez of the Dominican Republic was the second runner-up.
Earlier, Miss Universe Organization Chakrapong owner Annie Chakrajutathib . Shared a heartwarming message for Harnaj Sandhu on Instagram. He shared a picture with Ms Sandhu and wrote, “Today we showed the. Whole world the New Universe Crown ‘Force for Good’ and tomorrow is . The last day of your reign, my sister Harnaz Sandhu. I love you from the bottom of my heart. You are only 22 years old. But very strong, independent, confident and of course beautiful. You have made history to the world and we will always remember you my love.”
Harnaj Sandhu brings back the Miss Universe title to India in 2021 after almost two decades. Before Harnaj Sandhu. Only two Indians had won the Miss Universe title – actor Sushmita Sen in 1994 and Lara Dutta in 2000.