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How to Watch Miss USA 2018 : Live Stream Full Show

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Miss USA 2018 Live : expected to have large economic, social media impact

The 2018 Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants are expected to make a big impact in Shreveport-Bossier — not just monetarily, but through social media as well.

Both pageants will be held in May in Shreveport’s Hirsch Memorial Coliseum. It is the first time the two pageants, normally held at different times of the year, will be run concurrently.

“Not only does it bring a significant direct economic impact, it also has long-term benefits because of all the media coverage, the television, the radio, the social media,” Stacy Brown, president of the Shreveport-Bossier Convention & Tourist Bureau, told the Bossier City Council on Tuesday.

The Miss USA pageant will be shown live in about 70 countries worldwide, with an expected reach of 40 million social media impressions, Brown said.

“The numbers are really staggering as far as the number of people we will reach with our message,” she said.

That impact will start a week and a half to two weeks prior to the pageants. While in town, contestants are expected to spend time going out and about in the community, Brown said.

“They’ll be doing things like visiting schools and hospitals,” Brown said. “They’ll be going to special attractions and getting to do some of their filming, as well as a lot of their social media while they’re out and about in the two parishes and two cities.”

Locally, the economic impact is expected to total about $4.5 to $5 million, Brown said.

“One of the reasons they love Louisiana is our film tax credits, and to apply for those film tax credits they have to spend in-state and verify their in-state spend,” Brown said. “When they were in Baton Rouge in 2015, the spend was almost $4.3 million with just Miss USA — that did not include the Miss Teen USA pageant.”

While the pageants are being held in Shreveport, Bossier City will also be a key player in hosting related events.

The Miss Teen USA preliminary pageant will be held May 16 at the Horseshoe Riverdome, and the Miss USA contestants will be housed at Margaritaville Resort and Casino.

The Bossier City Council unanimously introduced an ordinance Tuesday that will appropriate $50,000 from the Hotel/Motel Taxes Fund to support the pageants.

“It’s really something that couldn’t have come without the community really embracing it,” Brown said.

The Miss USA pageant, hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, is scheduled for May 21 at 7 p.m., airing live on FOX.

Shreveport native Lauren Vizza will represent the state as Miss Louisiana USA 2018.

Miss Teen USA will be held May 17 and broadcast by the Reelz Network.

Shreveport hosted the Miss USA pageant in 1997 and 1998. The city also hosted the Miss Teen USA pageant in 1998, 1999 and 2000.

The Miss USA pageant has been held annually since 1952. The winner goes on to represent the United States in the Miss Universe pageant.

Wins Miss Earth USA 2017 Pageant

Wins Miss Earth USA 2017 Pageant

And the winner is Andreia Gibau!

Recent St. John’s graduate Andreia Gibau was crowned Miss Earth United States 2017 last weekend in Washington, D.C.

Gibau, 22, represented her home state of Massachusetts in the competition. Formerly Miss Teen United States 2015 and first runner up at Miss New York USA 2017, she graduated from St. John’s with a degree in public relations this past spring.

The Cape Verdean native entered the pageant not too long after graduating and became a favorite due to her existing popularity as a model, philanthropist and social media presence.

“I was in complete shock,” Gibau told the Torch in an interview. “I couldn’t believe that my biggest dream had come true.”

Managed by Carousel Productions of the Philippines, Miss Earth focuses on empowering women through fashion, leadership, travel and service opportunities. Delegates advocate for environmental awareness and protection of the Earth while showcasing various tourist destinations

Gibau is the first black woman to win Miss Earth United States. And to top that off, she will be the first Cape Verdean woman to compete for the title of Miss Earth.

“Both are incredible honors,” Gibau said.

She scored high in the swimwear competition and evening gown competition. There was no talent competition; however, she will participate in the International Miss Earth competition to be held in the Philippines on November 4. For that competition,  here is an optional talent portion and Gibau said she is excited to participate in it.

“I don’t want to give away what my talent will be, but I will definitely be bringing the entertainment factor,” Gibau said.

As a high school student, Gibau was part of her school’s drama club. Her then director as well as a close friend maintained that she should involve herself in the world of pageantry. After almost two years of convincing Gibau, she said she finally decided to give it a try and it has completely changed her life.

In October, Gibau will be in the Philippines for one month competing for the title of Miss Earth. During her time there, she will be doing charity work in addition to participating in the preliminary and final competition.

Before Gibau leaves for the Philippines, she said she plans to do as much charity work here in the United States as she can.

Gibau will also launch her “Love Our Earth” school tour in mid-September before she leaves.

“I’m going to use this tour as an opportunity to educate kids on ways they can help protect and preserve our environment,” she said. “I’ll also be touring the country to tell my story and inspire people to follow their dreams”.

The United States has never won the Miss Earth crown, though it came close in recent years,  including first runner up in 2014.

“If I win the title of Miss Earth I will be living in the Philippines for an entire year as I travel the world,” she said.

The International Miss Earth title includes exclusive access to award shows, a number of media interviews, modeling and commercial opportunities, and more. The winner will also work with different government and community organizations to push changes that will better protect the environment.

“If I win, I will also serve as a spokesperson for the United Nations Environment Program,” Gibau said.

 

HOW TO WATCH THE OSCARS 2018 LIVE INTERNATIONALLY

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The time is drawing nearer and soon it will be Oscar® Sunday—the day millions and millions of film fans tune-in to see if their favorite nominated actors, directors, animators, writers and filmmakers will take home an Oscar. The 2018 Oscars will air live from the Dolby® Theatre in Hollywood, California, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Sunday, March 4th 8e|5p on ABC throughout the United States of America. But millions of people around the globe will want to see the Oscars Red Carpet, the can’t-miss Oscars Music Moments, and of course the 2018 Oscar nominees, and who among them will become part of Oscar history. For those tuning in from around the world, here are the networks where you can watch the 2018 Oscars LIVE.

Watch Oscars 2018 Live some of the highlights from Oscar history

Africa:

M-Net

Albania:

Digitalb

Armenia:

CJSC

Asia:

HBO Asia

Australia:

Nine Network

Austria:

ORF

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Benelux:

BE TV or Telenet

Bolivia:

UNIVERSAL DE TELEVISIÓN

Bosnia and Herzegovina:

ELTA

Brazil:

Globo

Bulgaria:

bTV

Canada:

CTV Television Network

China:

Mango TV or CCTV-6

Colombia:

Vista /RCN

Costa Rica:

Televisora de Costa Rica

Croatia:

HRT Croation Television

Czech Republic:

Ceska Televize

RELATED: See the full list of Oscars 2018 Nominees

Denmark:

TV2 Film or Danmarks Radio TV DR 1,2, & 3

Dominican Republic:

Teleantilles

Ecuador:

Telecuartro Guayaquil

El Salvador:

Canal Dos

Finland:

YLE

France:

Canal+ France

Georgia:

GDS TV

Germany:

ProSieben

Greece:

OTE

Guatemala:

Radio Television Guatemala

Holland:

SBS

Honduras:

Compania Televisora Hondurena

Hong Kong:

TVB

Hungary:

MTVA

Iceland:

RUV

India:

Star India

Ireland:

RTE

Israel:

DBS Satellite or Hot Vision

Italy:

Sky Italia

Japan:

Wowow or NHK

Kazakhstan:

JSC

Korea:

CJ E&M or KT or SK Broadband

Latin America:

TNT

Macedonia:

Miraks Dooel

Mexico:

TV Azteca

Middle East:

OSN

Mongolia:

Mongol TV

Montenegro:

Radio Television Montenegro

New Zealand:

Sky Network

Nicaragua:

Televicentro de Nicaragua

Panama:

Medcom Panama

Paraguay:

Television Cerro Cora

Peru:

CIA Latinoameircana de Radiodifusion

Poland:

Canal + Poland

Portugal:

SIC

Romania:

RCS & RDS

Russia:

Chanel One

Serbia:

Radio Televizija Srbije

Slovakia:

Slovenska Televizna Spolocnost

Spain:

Telefonica

Suriname:

Apintie Televisie

Sweden:

Aftonbladet TV

Taiwan:

Taiwan Television Enterprises

Thailand:

True Visions/UBC

Trinidad & Tobago:

Caribbean Communications Network (CCN)

Turkey:

Digiturk

Ukraine:

TV Channel “Ukraine”

United Kingdom:

Sky

Uruguay:

Sociedad Televisora Larranaga S.A.

The following territories are covered by the Canal + France agreement:

Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Belgium (Flemish), Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central Africa (Republic of), Chad, Comoros, Congo (Reublic of), Denmark, Djibouti (Republic of), Dom Tom, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea (Republic of), Guinea Bissau, Holland, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Luxembourg Dutch, Luxembourg French, Luxembourg German, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Monaco, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Norway, Poland, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Swaziland, Sweden Switzerland French, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zaire, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

The following territories are covered by the TNT agreement:

Anguilla Island (Leeward Island), Antigiua & Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Grenada, Grenadines Islands, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent Island, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

The following territories are covered by the M-Net Africa agreement:

Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Republic of), Djibouti (Republic of), Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea (Republic of), Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malabo, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Nambia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion Island, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, St. Helena, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zaire, Zambia, Zanzibar, and Zimbabwe.

Don’t miss a minute as Jimmy Kimmel hosts Hollywood’s biggest night! Watch The Oscars live* Sunday, March 4 8e|5p on ABC, abc.com or the ABC app.

Oscars 2018 : Oscar Predictions 2018: Who Will Win, Who Could Win

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Oscars 2018 : Oscar Predictions 2018: Who Will Win, Who Could Win

The 90th Academy Awards Annual Academy Awards will draw the 2017 film year to a close on Sunday, March 4. Some races are foregone conclusions, while others are coming down to the wire. Whatever happens isn’t likely to live up to the drama of last year’s Oscar denouement, but many questions won’t be answered until the (hopefully correct) envelopes are opened.

Here are In Contention’s final picks in all categories. Tune in this weekend to see how right (or wrong) we were.

Best Picture Oscars 2018
This is one of the tightest best picture races we’ve seen in years. Five films feel like they have a shot at it. The left-field spoiler might be “Dunkirk,” which has quite a foothold in the below-the-line ranks, particularly in Los Angeles. “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is a popular pick after Screen Actors Guild and British Academy dominance, but its divisive nature could hurt it on the preferential ballot. “Get Out” and “Lady Bird,” meanwhile, are both beloved movies that ought to perform well. But “The Shape of Water” truly makes the most rational sense, given its crafts footprint and strong performance with producers and directors guild victories.
Will win: “The Shape of Water”
Could win: “Dunkirk”
Should have been here: “A Ghost Story”

Directing
Del Toro has seemingly had this wrapped up for quite a while now, taking the most critics’ prizes, the Golden Globe and the BAFTA award. If there’s a spoiler, it could be Christopher Nolan for the controlled chaos of “Dunkirk.” But things have seemed perfectly aligned in this category going into the Oscars 2018 ceremony for a number of years now, and this season is no different.
Will win: “The Shape of Water” (Guillermo del Toro)
Could win: “Dunkirk” (Christopher Nolan)
Should have been here: “A Ghost Story” (David Lowery)

Actor in a Leading Role
Oldman is another contender that has had it in the bag since early on, for a performance that ticks every single Academy box. There’s very little to add at this point.
Will win: Gary Oldman, “Darkest Hour”
Could win: Timothée Chalamet, “Call Me by Your Name”
Should have been here: Christian Bale, “Hostiles”

Actress in a Leading Role 2018 Oscars
The lead actress field felt far more competitive than lead actor in the early stages, but in due time McDormand took charge in a film that has considerable fans. If anyone had a real shot at it otherwise it might have been Ronan in a film that could very well go home empty-handed when all is said and done. Sally Hawkins, who was the critics’ circuit champ, could be a lurker for “The Shape of Water,” and in another universe is no doubt the odds-on favorite for her silent performance. But McDormand is an easy choice for voters to make, so expect it.
Will win: Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Could win: Saoirse Ronan, “Lady Bird”
Should have been here: Emma Stone, “Battle of the Sexes”

Actor in a Supporting Role
Right alongside McDormand, co-star Rockwell has slowly but surely taken the lead, so to speak, in the supporting actor field. The critics overwhelmingly went with “The Florida Project” star Willem Dafoe, and with three nominations and as many decades in the trenches, he’s arguably overdue. Honestly I had to look up the other nominees, so yeah, this is the race. And it really doesn’t appear to be much of one. Oscars awards 2018
Will win: Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Could win: Willem Dafoe, “The Florida Project”
Should have been here: Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, “BPM (Beats Per Minute)”

Actress in a Supporting Role
It was the battle of on-screen moms in this category all season long, but Metcalf’s layered work outshined Janney’s showier work on the critics’ circuit, Janney has been the industry pick. She, along with every acting frontrunner in fact, has won every single prize of note: Critics’ Choice, Golden Globe, SAG, BAFTA. This whole quartet is locked in. Oscar 2018
Will win: Allison Janney, “I, Tonya”
Could win: Laurie Metcalf, “Lady Bird”
Should have been here: Holly Hunter, “The Big Sick”

Writing (Adapted Screenplay)
Few scripts have put up much competition against James Ivory’s adaptation of André Aciman’s “Call Me by Your Name.” If anything were to swoop in it would be “Mudbound”; there are few places to honor Dee Rees’ post-World War II drama. But it’s also too tempting to finally hand an Oscar to a legendary near-nonagenarian.
Will win: “Call Me by Your Name”
Could win: “Mudbound”
Should have been here: “First They Killed My Father”

Writing (Original Screenplay)
Universal Pictures has put in an aggressive phase-two effort to take “Get Out” that extra mile, so that could at least secure Jordan Peele a writing prize, if not more. Peele won the writers guild award but Martin McDonagh was ineligible for “Three Billboards.” It’s tight enough to wonder if Greta Gerwig could slide through for “Lady Bird.” But “Three Billboards” passion collects in pools, and while that’s less of a factor in the best picture category, it should help push it through here. If not, watch out for an interesting Oscars Live show…
Will win: “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Could win: “Get Out”
Should have been here: “Coco”

Cinematography
Is this finally Roger Deakins’ year? It could very well be. It’s hard to argue with awards from the British Academy and American Society of Cinematographers (though he’s been here before, in a different BAFTA era). Still, best picture players like “Dunkirk” and “The Shape of Water” are obviously threats. And if there’s an upset, look to Rachel Morrison to make some more history for “Mudbound.” But we’ll opt for Deakins finally, 14 nominations later, hearing his name called on the big night. Oscars 2018 Live stream
Will win: “Blade Runner 2049”
Could win: “Dunkirk”
Should have been here: “First They Killed My Father”

Costume Design
“The Shape of Water” toppled “Phantom Thread” at the Costume Designers Guild Awards, which could just be an overall show of strength for the former rather than a harbinger in this category. Count on the film about the art form to win in the end. 2018 Oscars
Will win: “Phantom Thread”
Could win: “The Shape of Water”
Should have been here: “Thor: Ragnarok”

Film Editing
A BAFTA win for “Baby Driver” here deserves attention, given the organization’s recent track record in presaging this category. But we’ll opt for craft-heavy best picture contender “Dunkirk.” It’s difficult to bet against war films here and especially in the sound fields (which we’ll get to).
Will win: “Dunkirk”
Could win: “Baby Driver”
Should have been here: “Lady Bird”

Makeup and Hairstyling
There’s nothing much to add here. Transformative work on Gary Oldman that allowed him to disappear into the skin of Winston Churchill, in a best picture player no less? Count on it.
Will win: “Darkest Hour”
Could win: “Wonder”
Should have been here: “I, Tonya”

Music (Original Score)
Alexandre Desplat has been waltzing right along throughout the season in this category. Nothing should stand in his way now, though the sonic identity of “Dunkirk” is an unmistakable one. So Hans Zimmer will no doubt be pulling votes, as well Jonny Greenwood for “Phantom Thread,” a film with deep hidden passion in the 90th Academy Award ranks.
Will win: “The Shape of Water”
Could win: “Dunkirk”
Should have been here: “Hostiles”

Music (Original Song)
This one has come down to the wire. It’s the story-serving “Remember Me” from a new Pixar gem versus the wildly popular ballad “This Is Me” from one of the biggest over-performers of the year. Chalk us up for the musical, with last year’s Oscar-winning “La La Land” songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul taking the prize for the second year running.
Will win: “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman”
Could win: “Remember Me” from “Coco”
Should have been here: “Visions of Gideon” from “Call Me by Your Name”

Production Design
“Blade Runner 2049” may well deserve this prize for wildly inventive sets. It was also working at a much bigger price point than “The Shape of Water,” so that makes this an interesting race. Expect BAFTA and Art Directors Guild winner “Shape” to triumph in the end.
Will win: “The Shape of Water”
Could win: “Blade Runner 2049”
Should have been here: “Wonder Wheel”

Sound Editing
Getting back to the below-the-line “Dunkirk” support, it’s too easy to vote for a popular war film in both sound categories, so it’s best to bank on it. But a win for “Blade Runner 2049” here (remember last year’s sci-fi victor), or…
Will win: “Dunkirk”
Could win: “Blade Runner 2049”
Should have been here: “War for the Planet of the Apes”

Sound Mixing
…”Baby Driver” here would not shock.
Will win: “Dunkirk”
Could win: “Baby Driver”
Should have been here: “War for the Planet of the Apes”

Visual Effects
Fox’s “Apes” franchise has consistently been dismissed by voters as mere entertainment while, year after year, effects-heavy awards-season projects swoop in and snatch the trophy. The British Academy may have pointed the way here: Expect Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel to be the heartbreaker this time.
Will win: “Blade Runner 2049”
Could win: “War for the Planet of the Apes”
Should have been here: “Okja”

Animated Feature Film
Pixar. Next.
Will win: “Coco”
Could win: “Loving Vincent”
Should have been here: “Mary and the Witch’s Flower”

Foreign Language Film
It’s difficult to know who is voting in the foreign language category now that it’s open to all members. “The Insult” made a final push in the end and became a popular pick, but “A Fantastic Woman” had a long time to establish a foothold. Films like “In the Fade” and “Foxtrot” might have been more likely if they had made the cut, but alas. 2018 Oscars
Will win: “A Fantastic Woman”
Could win: “The Insult”
Should have been here: “BPM (Beats Per Minute)”

Documentary (Feature)
Unless last-minute commotion over a producer’s denied visa stirs protest votes for “Last Men in Aleppo,” look for “Icarus” to capitalize on the Olympics news cycle and pull through as the most urgent of the nominees here. But sentiment for Agnès Varda could push her and co-director JR to a victory for “Faces Places” if voters feel like honorary Oscar recognition last year wasn’t enough. 2018 Oscars Live
Will win: “Icarus”
Could win: “Faces Places”
Should have been here: “LA92”

Documentary (Short Subject)
Just like with “The White Helmets” last year, Netflix has been aggressive here. If the streamer fails to push opioid crisis study “Heroin(e)” across the finish line, look to profiles like “Edith+Eddie” or “Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405” as spoilers.
Will win: “Heroin(e)”
Could win: “Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405”
Should have been here: “Alone”

Short Film (Animated)
You might as well place a chip on hometown hero Kobe Bryant to take this one with animator Glen Keane for “Dear Basketball.” Pixar could steal it with “Lou” and “Garden Party” has a lot of fans, but this is Laker town. Academy Award 2018
Will win: “Dear Basketball”
Could win: “Lou”
Should have been here: “Fox and the Whale”

Short Film (Live Action)
“DeKalb Elementary” tragically became the most timely of this year’s nominees two weeks ago, so it feels strong going into the Oscars. If something lighthearted is preferred, though — and that’s often the case in this category — “The Eleven O’Clock” is a nice reprieve. The 90th Academy Award 2018
Will win: “DeKalb Elementary”
Could win: “The Eleven O’Clock”
Should have been here: “Witnesses”

FINAL OSCAR PREDICTIONS                                 

Best Picture
“The Shape of Water”
Guillermo del Toro, J. Miles Dale

Directing
“The Shape of Water”
Guillermo del Toro

Actor in a Leading Role
Gary Oldman
“Darkest Hour”

Actress in a Leading Role
Frances McDormand
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Actor in a Supporting Role
Sam Rockwell
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Actress in a Supporting Role
Allison Janney
“I, Tonya”

Writing (Adapted Screeplay)
“Call Me by Your Name”
James Ivory

Writing (Original Screenplay)
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Martin McDonagh

Cinematography
“Blade Runner 2049”
Roger Deakins

Costume Design
“Phantom Thread”
Mark Bridges

Film Editing
“Dunkirk”
Lee Smith

Makeup and Hairstyling
“Darkest Hour”
Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski and Lucy Sibbick

Music (Original Score)
“The Shape of Water”
Alexandre Desplat

Music (Original Song)
“This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman”
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

Production Design
“The Shape of Water”
Paul Denham Austerberry (Production Design);
Shane Vieau and Jeffrey A. Melvin (Set Decoration)

Sound Editing
“Dunkirk”
Richard King and Alex Gibson

Sound Mixing
“Dunkirk”
Gregg Landaker, Gary A. Rizzo and Mark Weingarten

Visual Effects
“Blade Runner 2049”
John Nelson, Gerd Nefzer, Paul Lambert and Richard R. Hoover

Animated Feature Film
“Coco”
Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson

Foreign Language Film
“A Fantastic Woman”
Chile; Sebastián Lelio

Documentary (Feature)
“Icarus”
Bryan Fogel and Dan Cogan

Documentary (Short Subject)
“Heroin(e)”
Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Kerrin Sheldon

Short Film (Animated)
“Dear Basketball”
Glen Keane and Kobe Bryant

Short Film (Live Action)
“DeKalb Elementary”
Reed Van Dyk

Miss International 2018- Meet The Contestants

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Miss International 2018- Meet The Contestants

Miss International 2018- Meet The Delegates

 

Miss International 2018 will be the 58th edition of Miss International pageant. During the conclusion of the pageant, Kevin Lilliana of Indonesia will crown her successor as the next Miss International.

Countries like Guam and Northern Marianas are returning to Miss International pageant this year. About 80 countries are expected to compete for the title of Miss International 2018, hoping to fill in the shoes of Kevin Lilliana. Venezuela and Philippines rank on the highest position to win Miss International crowns with seven and six victories respectively.

Meet the contestants of Miss International 2018 right here-

Miss World 2018 – Meet The Contestants

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Miss World 2018 – Meet The Contestants

Miss World 2018: Road to Crown

Miss World 2018 will be the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant. During the conclusion of the pageant, Manushi Chhillar of India will crown her successor as the next Miss World.

About 120 countries are expected to compete for the title of Miss World 2018. This year, Iraq will be making its debut at Miss World pageant, while countries like Antigua and Barbuda, Belarus, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, DR Congo, Haiti, Latvia, Malaysia, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and US Virgin Islands will be returning to the pageant.

Meet the delegate who are vying to wear the coveted crown of Miss World-

Miss Universe 2018- Meet The Contestants

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Miss Universe 2018- Meet The Contestants

Miss Universe 2018- Meet The Delegates

Miss Universe 2018 will be the 67th edition of the Miss Universe pageant. During the conclusion of the pageant, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa will crown her successor as next Miss Universe.

This year Hungary and Serbia will be returning to Miss Universe pageants after they last competed in 2016 and 2015 respectively. More than 90 countries are expected to participate at Miss Universe 2018 pageant.

Meet the delegates vying to wear the coveted crown of Miss Universe 2018-

Miss Earth 2018- Meet The Contestants

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Miss Earth 2018- Meet The Contestants

Meet The Delegates of Miss Earth 2018

Miss Earth 2018 will be the 18 edition of the Miss Earth pageant, wherein the reigning Miss Earth, Karen Ibasco of Philippines will crown her successor as the new Miss Earth. More than 80 countries are expected to compete for the title of Miss Earth 2018.

Philippines is the only country to have won the Miss Earth crown four times in the year, 2008, 2014, 2015 and 2017 under the representation of Karla Henry, Jamie Herrell, Angelia Ong and Karen Ibasco.

Meet the contestants vying to be the next Miss Earth-

Grammys 2018 | Awards, Live Stream, TV Show

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Grammys 2018 | Awards, Live Stream, TV Show

Annual Grammy Awards 2018 Ceremony Online Tv Show Performance

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards 2018 will be held on 28th January, 2018. The event will be broadcast live at Madison Square Garden in New York City on CBS Network. Grammy Awards 2018 will be the first time since 2003 that the event will be held outside of Los Angeles.

The Grammy Awards 2018 night of music is almost right in the corner. The 60th Grammy Awards, hosted by James Corden, will be performed on Sunday, January 28, starring Bruno Mars, Cardi B, SZA, Lewis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Kendrick Lama, they will be included on U2, Sam Smith and more.

Grammy Awards 2018 Time, Show Schehule

Date: 28th January, 018, 4:30 pm PST
Most Nominated: J-Z (8)
Host: James Corden
Location: New York City, New York City, Madison Square Garden, United States
Network: CBS

Jay-Z leads Grammy nomination this year, with eight nods, her wife, one year later, received Beyonce, nine Grammy nominations. This year’s biggest awards are the child artist Gamini, Kendri Lama and Bruno Mars. Around 13,000 members voted on recording 22,000 this year’s submission.

Grammy nomination 2018: J-Z won eight minds
Grammy nominated from American suffering, behind the rise of Khalid Robinson’s warmth

This year’s Grammy Awards for the victims of the live music event will perform another miracle note, Erich Church, Marion Morris and Brothers Armstrong. Artists performing at the 91st Harvest Festival last night, where at least 58 people were killed by a gunman shot dead in Las Vegas on October 1, resulting in deadly mass riots in recent US history.

2018 Grammy awards near the corner, and here you need to know what the show in Australia is all about.

Sunday, January 28 (Monday, January 29 in Australia) Live in Grammy Wind from New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Foxel’s E! Red Carpet Streaming will start at 9.30 am on Monday. Channel 7 will show the show at 11.30am.

And do not worry, 9TheFIX will bring you all the OMG moment from red carpet and big show. And it certainly shapes up to be one of the history books.

Presently nominated child artist Jammino, Lady Gaga, Little Buag Town and Pink announced for the first time this year’s show. In addition, Rihanna, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars and Cardi B, Kesha, and U2 are expected in phases. Michael Cyrus will pay homage to Elton John, who recently announced retirement from the tour, played one of his icon songs.