“MÉXICO ESTO ES PARA TI,” Meza, 26, wrote in the inscription of an Instagram post, which means “Mexico this is for you,” close by a video of her after the success was declared.
Miss Mexico Andrea Meza is delegated Miss Universe in front of an audience at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on May 16 in Hollywood, Florida.
The opposition was held in Hollywood, Florida, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. “Access Hollywood’s” Mario Lopez and Olivia Culpo, the 2012 Miss Universe, co-facilitated the occasion, which also featured an exhibition by Luis Fonsi.
Meza beat 73 different ladies, including Miss Brazil Julia Gama, who was next in line, and Miss Peru Janick Maceta Del Castillo, who was second place.
Miss Mexico Andrea Meza is delegated Miss Universe in front of an audience.
“I am so honored to have been selected among the 73 other amazing women I stood with tonight,” Meza said in a news release from Miss Universe Organization. “It is a dream come true to wear the Miss Universe crown, and I hope to serve the world through my advocacy for equality in the year to come and beyond.”
In her final statement during the pageant, Meza spoke about beauty standards.
“We live in a society that more and more is more than advanced, and as we advance as a society, we’ve also advanced with stereotypes,” she said. “Nowadays beauty isn’t only the way we look. For me, beauty radiates not only in our spirit, but in our hearts and the way that we conduct ourselves. Never permit someone to tell you that you’re not valuable.”
Meza, who is from Chihuahua City, is a model and make-up craftsman and has a degree in computer programming, as indicated by Miss Universe Organization’s news discharge.
She is likewise an extremist, and “works intimately with the Municipal Institute for Women, which intends to end sexual orientation based savagery,” the delivery said.
Meza likewise fills in as the authority Tourism Brand Ambassador for her old neighborhood of Chihuahua, as per Miss Universe Organization.
Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi, the primary Black lady from South Africa to win the crown, had held the title since December 2019.
“What a moment!” Meza wrote in another Instagram post, sharing a photo of when she was crowned. “Ready for this journey!”
Meza will move to New York City “to represent the brand and various philanthropic organizations during her reign,” Miss Universe Organization said.