People talk Miss Universe Catriona Gray is Sexy
Catroina Gray was very confident to her figure.
In Manila Catriona Gray can now add “Sexiest Woman Alive” to her growing list of titles.
The reigning Miss Universe was given the distinction by Esquire Philippines via a Facebook post on Monday.
“The sensuous and intelligent Catriona Gray – Esquire Philippines’ Sexiest Woman Alive 2019 – makes us believe that God is a woman,” the men’s magazine said.
Gray is the fourth Filipina to win the Miss Universe crown.
Why Catriona Gray?
For her trade mark the Lava Walk. And one of her predecessors, Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, was hailed “Sexiest Woman Alive” by Esquire Philippines in 2016.
Other personalities who have been given the “Sexiest Woman Alive” tag include ABS-CBN anchor Karen Davila, actress Solenn Heussaff, and Rappler founder Maria Ressa.
A day after Binibining Pilipinas announced its newest batch of candidates, Catriona Gray took to social media to look back on her journey in the national pageant that allowed her to join – and eventually win – Miss Universe.
On Instagram, Catriona Gray shared a video showing highlights of her performance in Bb. Pilipinas 2018, saying it was the “night that the dream to represent my country came true.”
“I realized that night that those doors that closed on me in the years prior were not denying me, but redirecting me to something even better than I could ever have dreamed of,” she said.
“Sometimes the universe has bigger things in store for you… You just need to stay true to yourself, surround yourself with people who believe in you, put the work, and have faith. Forever a Miss Philippines, forever a Binibini.”
Catriona Gray competed in Miss World Philippines 2016 and eventually Miss World, where she finished in the Top 5.
It was a heartbreaking loss for Gray, who was considered a strong contender in the pageant.
Two years later, Catriona Gray Bb. Pilipinas and went on to become the Philippines’ fourth Miss Universe titleholder after Pia Wurtzbach (2015), Margie Moran (1973), and Gloria Diaz (1969).