Miss Universe: ‘I won’t share my crown’

Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach, from a Philippines, gives her initial sit-down talk on day one of her year-long power on Good Morning America.

WHILE Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez has a call of open magnetism behind her after what she calls a “humiliating” confusion during a 2015 Miss Universe pageant, she’s no closer to removing that crown.

Last week Gutierrez told a Colombian radio hire she hoped she could share a Miss Universe climax with Miss Philippines, who was awarded a pretension after horde Steve Harvey accidentally crowned a wrong leader live on air.

But Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach wasn’t so penetrating on that idea.

“I consider it would be a small bit difficult for dual girls to share a crown,” a 26-year-old indication and singer told Good Morning America on a initial day of her year-long reign.

Of a estimated US$300,000 solid crown, Wurtzbach said: “It’s a small bit heavy, though I’m not complaining. It can stay there for a prolonged time.”

Miss Colombia was primarily praised for her astoundingly friendly response following Harvey’s gaffe, though now she’s called a occurrence a “great injustice”.

“It has been really tough for me, truly, it has been a good shock,” she told Colombia’s W Radio on Wednesday.

“Because it is a dream we fought for … we have always dreamt of this, of being Miss Universe. It was really degrading for me.”

Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega removes a climax from Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez (left) and Miss Philippines watches on. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Miss Universe 2014 Paulina Vega removes a climax from Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez (left) and Miss Philippines watches on. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

Miss Philippines 2015, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach (right), reacts as she is crowned a 2015 Miss Universe. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Miss Philippines 2015, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach (right), reacts as she is crowned a 2015 Miss Universe. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesSource:AFP

Other contestants comfort Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez, tip right, after she was wrongly crowned Miss Universe. Picture: John Locher/AP Photo

Other contestants comfort Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez, tip right, after she was wrongly crowned Miss Universe. Picture: John Locher/AP PhotoSource:AP

It didn’t assistance that Donald Trump suggested Miss Philippines share her pretension with Miss Colombia.

“I’ll tell we what we consider I’d do. we consider I’d make ’em a co-winner,” Trump told a US Today show.

“I would suggest that they go have a pleasing ceremony, that is good for a code and good for Miss Universe, and do a co-winner.”

During her GMA interview, Miss Philippines pronounced she “greeted” Miss Colombia on her birthday and checked in to see how she was going.

She seems like she’s OK,” Wurtzbach said. “I know how she feels. I’m also concerned.

“I know that she’s a pleasing immature lady [who is] really gifted and we know that she’ll have a lot of other opportunities. She’ll do really well, I’m sure.”

And while he was a boundary of memes and critique around a universe for his gaffe, Wurtzbach praised horde Steve Harvey, job him a “breath of uninformed air”.

Steve Harvey binds adult a label display a winners after he wrongly announced Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez as a leader during a Miss Universe pageant. Picture: John Locher/AP Photo.

Steve Harvey binds adult a label display a winners after he wrongly announced Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez as a leader during a Miss Universe pageant. Picture: John Locher/AP Photo.Source:AP

“It was his initial time to decider a pageant, though it’s OK. He’s human. People make mistakes,” she told GMA.

“He done us feel really relaxed, a contestants. It creates us uncover a personalities a small bit more. we consider that advantages everybody, generally a viewers.”

Fox Miss Universe horde names Miss Colombia a leader of Miss Universe, before backtracking and fixing Miss Philippines as a winner. Courtesy: Miss Universe Fox

While Wurtzbach has her sights set on apropos a Bond girl, for now she’s going to use her purpose to lift recognition about HIV/AIDS and other causes including healthy disaster service and cyber bullying.

“It’s surreal, I’m so happy. I’m so excited,” she said.

Miss Philippines, Pia Wurtzbach, competes in a swimsuit foe during a 2015 Miss Universe Pageant. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Miss Philippines, Pia Wurtzbach, competes in a swimsuit foe during a 2015 Miss Universe Pageant. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

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