Mzansi & # 39; s Tamaryn Green is ready to start the Miss Universe election

Miss South Africa, Tamaryn Green. Photo: Dimpho Maja / African News Agency (ANA)

The reigning Miss South Africa Tamaryn Green smiled at her farewell, which was held at The Maslow in Sandton on 22 November, where she unveiled her national costume and evening gown, prior to her appearance at the 2018 Missant Universe election on 17 December in Bangkok, Thailand.

"I feel so blessed and grateful that I have achieved the dream of becoming Miss South Africa, and that I can achieve a new dream – it's a great opportunity to represent South Africa during the Miss Universe election", they're the audience.

The reigning Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel Peters will hand over the crown to her successor and many are hopeful that Green will achieve an achievement that only one other country has achieved in the history of Miss Universe.

Miss Universe is known for only one "double victory" in history – Venezuela's Dayana Mendoza and Stefanía Fernández crowned in 2008 and 2009.

Green's national costume represents the national bird of South Africa, the blue crane, and member of the costume design team and coach Werner Wessels explained that the costume was a concept waiting for Miss South Africa 2018.

"I wanted to make a blue tap for three years, but I knew I needed a really long Miss SA to finish it off, someone with a very long neck. When Tamaryn was crowned, I knew that this year would use it as the national costume ".

Designers behind Green's evening gown, Galluzzi e Gini, explained that they had designed something that was different from what people expected Miss South Africa to wear.

"Tamaryn is our idea of ​​the modern 21st century woman, one that exudes confidence, intelligence and beauty, and everything we attract, we always want her to be the star with simple and clean lines, modern shapes and cuts and silhouettes that emphasize her frame and her personality, "they said.

As far as Green is concerned, the queen of the election said she is most excited to represent the Mzansi in Thailand, to learn from her comrades queens and to show them the passion that South Africans have to dance.

"I am very excited to show them the gees that South Africans have, especially when it comes to dancing and the incredible rhythm we have shown."


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