Miss Universe 2000 National Costume Competition (Part 1 of 3)
25 comments - What do you think?
Posted by Grace & Billy -
January 23, 2011 at 5:05 am
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2000, Competition, Costume, Miss, National, Part, Universe
How the hell do they have such skimpy outfits in Canada and Denmark? Those countries are colder than anything.
argentina…… Aruba….. Argentina …. australia xDDDDDD
@pirutitati Nao e 2007
Aruba & Australia should’ve been top 10 semi finalists
I love great Britain’s Boots!!! X3
el de costa rica es el mismo que uso en el 2008
Fiesta 98 by The Sunclub
alguien me puede desir como se llama esta cancion por favor
miss chinese taipei definitely must be Taiwan ROC
algunos trajes los hacen tan complicados que no permite que las candidatas se desempenen bien, son un crimen contra ellas, podria la organizacion MU regular esos trajes que son una armazon?
Este año se perdieron los trajes de miss Chile y libano y israel se peliaban.
What do you call those materials used in the national costumes,looks like a VINES? orsomething flexibles? just like in the costume of Miss Bahamas, putted at her back, also in the head dress of Miss GHANA.
I hope someone could answer my question.thanks a lot!
RYUH of JAPAN
Angola’s coStume is one of the best
costa rica’s national costume is the same as 2007 costume!!!!
If I am not mistaken, in most Latin countries, the devil is represented as a comic character during the pre-Easter “Carnaval” celebrations (think Mardi Gras). Note the extra long horns!
fiesta … de sunclub
me pueden decir como se llama esta cancion ? gracias de antemano!!
I like Cayman Island’s dress kinda cool. Aruba’s was very dangerous one slip and she’s exposed!
Yes…but I think the 2002 dress of Sylvie Tellier was not at all similar. It only had feathers, not like Sonia’s which was like a whole bunch of them
I like Miss France’s presentation very sexy… Yes go Sonia!
Canada’s costume was kinda tacky
Like what was Miss DR wearing? She looked like a mother of ten kids in her costume.
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