Miss Universe 2016 Live Stream Updates: No Ms. Philippines in the Top 3!

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Miss Universe 2016 Live Stream updates are here as the 65th Miss Universe edition takes place at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines, with 86 candidates competing for the crown. It's being aired live via FOX in the USA and Japan, and via authorized broadcasters in various countries.

The coronation night started with a performance from Flo Rida while the 86 contestants are being introduced one by one by co-presenter Ashley Graham.

Steve Harvey, the guy who made that major pageant fiasco from last year, is back as the main host and here he is interviewing the outgoing titleholder Pia Wurtzbach who had to thank Steve for making her the most popular Miss Universe ever.

Then after a short commercial break, the TOP 13 SEMIFINALISTS are announced in this order:
Kenya, Mary Esther Were
Indonesia, Kezia Warouw
USA, Deshauna Barber
Peru, Valeria Piazza
Panama, Keity Drennan[designations 2]
Colombia, Andrea Tovar
Philippines, Maxine Medina
Canada, Siera Bearchell
Mexico, Kristal Silva
Brazil, Raissa Santana
France, Iris Mittenaere
Haiti, Raquel Pélissier
Thailand, Chalita Suansane (fan vote winner)

[VIEW: Miss Universe 2016 Winner and Results Prediction]

Did you favorites make the Top 13 cut?

Browsing at my own list, faves like Venezuela, Nicaragua, Australia and Ukraine failed to enter Top 13. I'm glad though that I correctly guessed 9 out of 13. Not bad.

NEXT up was the Swimsuit Competition, where the the Top 9 was chosen to move into the Evening Gown round.

USA
THAILAND
FRANCE
MEXICO
KENYA
COLOMBIA
CANADA
HAITI
PHILIPPINES

Gosh, my predicted winner,
Miss Brazil, sadly has been eliminated this early. But good thing heavy faves Philippines, Thailand, France and Colombia are still there.

After that, Miss Myanmar Htet Htet Htun was awarded Best National Costume.

The Top 9 then competed in swimsuit, and they were narrowed down to just 6:

FRANCE
KENYA
COLOMBIA
PHILIPPINES
THAILAND
HAITI

The Top 6 proceeded to the Q&A portion, where they were asked relevant questions.

From 6, they're down to Final 3. And they are:

COLOMBIA
FRANCE
HAITI

Feelin' sad that no Asian beauties made it to the Top 3.

Final Q and A was next with just one common question for the Top 3 candidates. I think only France and Haiti aced that one.

Boyz II Men serenaded the Final 3 as they made their walk for the last time before the final results are revealed.

The 2nd Runner Up is Colombia!

1st Runner Up is Haiti.

And the new Miss Universe is FRANCE!!

Congrats Iris Mittenaere!

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Non-winning candidates:
Albania, Lindita Idrizi
Angola, Luísa Baptista
Argentina, Estefanía Bernal
Aruba, Charlene Leslie
Australia, Caris Tiivel
Austria, Dajana Dzinic
Bahamas, Cherell Williamson
Barbados, Shannon Harris
Belgium, Stephanie Geldhof
Belize, Rebecca Rath
Bolivia, Antonella Moscatelli
British Virgin Islands, Erika Creque
Bulgaria, Violina Ancheva
Cayman Islands, Monyque Brooks
Chile, Catalina Cáceres
China, Li Zhenying
Costa Rica, Carolina Rodríguez
Croatia, Barbara Filipović
Curaçao, Chanelle de Lau
Czech Republic, Andrea Bezděková
Denmark, Christina Mikkelsen
Dominican Republic, Rosalba Garcías
Ecuador, Connie Jiménez
Finland, Shirly Karvinen
Georgia, Nuka Karalashvili
Germany, Johanna Acs
Great Britain Jaime-Lee Faulkner
Guam Muñeka Taisipic
Guatemala Virginia Argueta
Guyana Soyini Fraser
Honduras Sirey Moran
Hungary Veronika Bodizs
Iceland Hildur María Leifsdóttir
India Roshmitha Harimurthy
Israel Yam Kaspers Anshel
Italy Sophia Sergio
Jamaica Isabel Dalley
Japan Sari Nakazawa
Kazakhstan Darina Kulsitova[replacements 3]
Korea Jenny Kim
Kosovo Camila Barraza
Malaysia Kiran Jassal
Malta Martha Fenech
Mauritius Kushboo Ramnawaj
Namibia Lizelle Esterhuizen
Netherlands Zoey Ivory
New Zealand Tania Dawson
Nicaragua Marina Jacoby
Nigeria Unoaku Anyadike[designations 1]
Norway Christina Waage
Paraguay Andrea Melgarejo
Poland Izabella Krzan
Portugal Flávia Brito
Puerto Rico Brenda Jiménez[replacements 6]
Romania Teodora Dan[designations 3]
Russia Yuliana Korolkova[replacements 7]
Sierra Leone Hawa Kamara
Singapore Cheryl Chou
Slovak Republic Zuzana Kollárová
Slovenia Lucija Potočnik
South Africa Ntandoyenkosi Kunene
Spain Noelia Freire
Sri Lanka Jayathi De Silva
Sweden Ida Ovmar
Switzerland Dijana Cvijetić[designations 4]
Tanzania Jihan Dimachk
Turkey Tansu Sila Çakir
Ukraine Alena Spodynyuk
Uruguay Magdalena Cohendet
U.S. Virgin Islands Carolyn Carter
Venezuela Mariam Habach
Vietnam Đặng Thị Lệ Hằng

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