She did not try to be outrageously creative with her answer but analysed the scenario in a realistic way and concluded that the man with a suit on from the moon would feel the need to change first.Trivia: Quite interestingly, it was the same year that Neil Armstrong became the first man to land on the moon just a day after the Miss Universe 1969 pageant. Mpule Kwelagobe (Botswana), Miss Universe 1999 Question : "If Miss Universe would become pregnant during her reign, could she be allowed to continue as Miss Universe? And I believe that if she got pregnant, you are not supposed to end the title.
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The flair and confidence with which a contestant answers a question determine how worthy she is of living upto the reputation of the title.
While there are some who face the challenge like a smooth ride, there are others who stumble a little at first but take it in their stride later.
We share some of the most popular answers given by beauty queens at world pageants over the years: On the essence of being a woman: Sushmita Sen (India), Miss Universe 1994 Q uestion : "What is the essence of being a woman?
" Answer : "Just being a woman is God's gift that all of us must appreciate. She shows a man what sharing, caring and loving is all about, that is the essence of a woman." It was after a good five-second pause that Sushmita delivered a well thought out answer at the Miss Universe 1994 in Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Mesmerising as she looked on stage, she floored all with her sensible and sensitive take on the true meaning of being a 'woman'. Welcoming a man from the moon: Gloria Diaz (Philippines), Miss Universe 1969 Question : "In the next day or so, a man will land on the moon.