Meet the new hosts for Miss Universe

Meet the new hosts for Miss Universe

TV personality Steve Harvey will no longer be the host of the beauty pageant, Miss Universe. 

Miss Universe
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The 69th Miss Universe beauty pageant competition has announced two brand new hosts. 

Since 2015, Miss Universe has been annually hosted by TV personality, Steve Harvey. 

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The organisation has announced two new hosts, actor Mario Lopez and former Miss Universe, Oliva Culpo

This year, South Africa's Natasha Joubert will represent the country at the 69th edition. 

Over the past four years, South Africa succeeded in the competition. 

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In 2017, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters was crowned as Miss Universe. A year after that, medical doctor Tamary Green was crowned as first runner-up. 

In 2019, Zozibini Tunzi was crowned Miss Universe and is also the longest-running title-holder in history.

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On 16 May, Zozibini Tunzi will crown her successor. 

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Image: Instagram/ Tamaryn Green 

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