Miss Universe 2023 India streaming: When & where to watch the 72nd beauty pageant?
The 72nd annual Miss Universe pageant will take place in El Salvador on November 18, 2023, where representatives of 90 countries will take part.-
The biggest modeling contest of the year, Miss Universe 2023 is all set to take in El Salvador on November 18, 2023. In Miss Universe 2023 representatives from 90 countries will compete for the prestigious title currently held by R'Bonney Gabriel from the United States. R'Bonney Gabriel won the previous year's Miss Universe title in the USA. The 2023 Miss Universe has been embroiled in multiple controversies. Among the major is transgender activist Anne Jakrajutatip of the JKN Global Group who bought the Miss Universe organization going bankrupt. Apart from this, people around the world will witness transgender contestants at the Miss Universe 2023 for the first time. Also, it is the first time, a representative from Pakistan is participating in the 2023 Miss Universe contest.
Now, the question arises what is the Miss Universe 2023 India streaming date and time or where to watch the 2023 Miss Universe in India online? Below is what we know so far-
Miss Universe 2023 India live streaming
The 72nd annual Miss Universe pageant will take place in El Salvador on November 18, 2023. However, Miss Universe 2023 India streaming will take place on November 19, 2023, at 6:30 am. 2023 Miss Universe India streaming will take place at the show's official YouTube channel and X handle.
The 72nd annual Miss Universe pageant will take place in San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, at the José Adolfo Pineda Arena, which can accommodate 13,000 people. The national costume competition will be showcased on November 16 at 9:00 p.m. EST, following the preliminary competition scheduled for November 15 at 8:00 p.m. EST. You can catch the live streams on Live Bash, while Telemundo will broadcast it in Spanish in the US.
What's new in Miss Universe 2023?
Miss Universe 2023 will celebrate inclusivity and advancement. Contestants like Maria Camila Avella Montañez from Colombia and Michelle Cohn from Guatemala are set to challenge norms by being the first married mothers to compete.
Apart from them, Rikkie Valerie Kollé from the Netherlands and Marina Machete from Portugal, following the legacy of Angela Ponce as trans women participating in the pageant. Adding to the historic roster is Pakistan's debut, represented by Erica Robin.