Miss Universe 2017 will be the 66th edition of the pageant show and as we all already know that the grand finale of Miss Universe 2017 will take place on Sunday, November 26 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. But how many of us know that Iris Mittenaere, Miss Universe 2016 from France will crown her successor at the end of the pageant? Probably very few knew that. In a pageant where 80+ countries are expected to join, definitely will only be decorated with the most beautiful and intellectual women from around the globe. There's another interesting fact about the winner that Miss Universe winner will travel around the globe promoting the Miss Universe Organization alongside various brands and charities that they are associated with it. And not the end of it, it can just be called an inception as Miss Universe winner gets to stay in New York with the reigning Miss USA & Miss Teen USA winner. Being the face of the world, the feminine representative of beauty and intellectuality of the human kind is not easy at all. Though the winner will be gifted with life like a princess, every contestant's story is no less than a fairy tale itself. Every Diva's journey from her home to the Red Carpet is like a practical version of Cindrella. This journey which is so inspiring, so struggling and so unbelievable - is also known as " The Road to Miss Universe ".
No matter which contestant wears the crown, every one of them has a story so strong and powerful that made them who they are today and lead them to the stage of Miss Universe 2017. But here today, we will particularly speak of two contestants whose road to Miss Universe is anything but an ordinary disney fairy tale. So, here we are!
# Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan and Miss Israel, Adar Gandelsman: Why choose Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan and Miss Israel Adar Gandelsman in the first place? Well, who else would have created such a big impact just by dropping a selfie on Social Media rather than Miss Iraq? Confused what I'm talking about? No clue?
Okay, let's start from the beginning. The Iraq-born Idan, who moved to the United States to study music, is her home country's first competitor in 45 years which is already something extraordinary. Now let's see what she did. Those who have a little bit of interest in world politics, certainly knows that Israel and Iraq do not have diplomatic relations. But that merely could stop the two countries' representatives in the Miss Universe 2017 beauty pageant from taking a selfie that has drawn the attention of the whole world and still is the center point of criticism across social media.
Both Miss Israel, Adar Gandelsman, and Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan who is also known as Eadan, posted the photo that she captured on November 14 in Las Vegas on their individual Instagram accounts 10 days earlier. And that was it. Without even any further conclusion, the joint selfie of the two forced thousands to comment on each post and literally, unleashed a havoc of user responses and media attention.
Most of the people who commented praised the two young women for sending out a message of peace and hope. But not only the ordinary Facebook and Instagram user but also powerful politicians like Ofir Gendelman who is Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesperson to the Arab media, praised to his heart's content by commenting "a great message of hope for the region" and wished luck to both of them which is not a simple matter. For the records, this one simple selfie that has sparked the light of world peace and friendship has already earned 2,300 likes on Idan's original selfie post and the number is increasing every minute.
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