Miss Universe Evening Gowns
Fits like a glove! Look at that leg! These were the phrases used to describe the Miss Universe Evening Gowns during the evening gown portion of last night’s competition. Among them, a dress so sheer it took a lot of pleading in order for it to be approved for competition by pageant officials.
Miss Universe Evening Gowns, For the Classy Crotch Shot this is not to say that any of these dresses weren’t pretty — or that the women wearing said dresses weren’t wearing the shit out of them. We’re not passing judgment here, but for the viewer, this entire segment is reduced to a game of anticipating whether or not the camera is going to flash the contestant’s lady bits. Actually, that was probably the producers’ intent.
Take, for example, Miss Angola’s Leila Lopes, who eventually won the crown. Her evening gown (left) has a slit in the dress so high that we’re pretty sure her lady flower was completely exposed for the entire audience to see. Do skimpier dresses translate into better scores from judges, or better ratings for NBC? Or both?
Relive the night where the most beautiful girls in the world showed off their excellent physique, their grace and their poise. And of course, their command of formal is evening gowns and the heights of fashion. Even though with every passing year it seems that the contestants are increasingly aware of the importance of fashion, there are always some designs that, simply put, are not worthy of the Miss Universe label.
Posted on September 23, 2011, in Dresses and tagged Evening Gowns, Gowns, Miss Universe 2011, Miss Universe Dress, Miss Universe Dresses, Miss Universe Evening Gowns, Miss Universe Gowns, Model Gowns. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.