Preliminary rounds of Miss Universe on YouTube

| 10/09/2011

(CNS): Cristin Alexander, along with her 88 fellow competitors in this year’s Miss Universe pageant, went through the preliminary rounds of competition Friday ahead of Monday night's grand finale in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Clips of all the contestants in swim suits and evening gowns are now available on Youtube and the voting is still open on the Miss Universe pageant website until Sunday. Wearing the same patterned bikini as her competitors but in a unique, dark slinky, stylish gown, Miss Cayman Islands will be crossing her fingers that she looked good enough in both outfits to make it into the televised competition Monday.

For the first time in the history of the beauty contest the organisers are saving one spot in the semi-final for the people’s choice by allowing an open international on-line vote.

This year viewers will also be able to rank their favourites during the competition, which will be displayed live throughout the pageant.

Vote up to ten times per day in on-line poll for a spot in final for Miss Cayman Islands here

See Miss Cayman Islands on Youtube here


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Cristin represented The Cayman Islands very well. I think its a shame that people have to questioned who's paying. She has inspired young girls. And not by putting on a bikini but by getting an education and working very hard. If you don't have something possitive to say I suggest you SHUT UP!

  2. Anonymous says:

    A true waste of $$$ yet again as Cayman never gets noticed or places in these pageants.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Cayman's double standard:

    Known for its extreme conservatism, cayman does not appriciate wearing a bikini in public.

    Cruise ship tourists are warned for that. Nudity on the beach is out of the question.

    But when it comes to miss cayman, they suddenly change the rule.

    What a bunch of hypocrits . . . . .


  4. Joke says:

    What a joke spending public money on this private jaunt.

    Advertising Cayman?  Never!  There are so many countries at this relic from the 1970's that our presence will make no difference except for the modelling career of one person.

    CNS do we know how much has been wasted on this nunsense?

  5. Chet o Ebanks says:

    You did us proud congrats on a job well done. Safe journey back home.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Were public funds really used for this?  We have to layoff civil servants because of budget cuts, but we can send someone (and I'm sure a delegate) globe-trotting?

    I'm not being bitter, but when we have "tight times" at my house, we don't send anyone in the family across the globe…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Miss Angola and Miss Cayman Islands are finer than gold,MY MY MY..

    • Anonymous says:

      What did i tell you all about Miss Angola………..yea she went on to win,candy girl is my new name for her,finer than gold MY MY MY,sweet,sweet……well done Miss Cayman you are still finer  than gold well done.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I thought Miss Cayman looked excellent, actually:

  9. Anonymous says:

    Cristin you have done an amazing job. We are proud of you. Good luck tonight.

  10. I Want World Peace says:

    Thanks for the link to the video.  Australia and Brazil got my votes.

  11. Anonymous says:

    I just hope no  public funds from Cayman were used for this nonsense

    • Anonymous says:

      You spelt it wrong it is NUNSENSE. LOL

    • Anonymous says:

      Clearly you are an uneducated individual. She is representing cayman as a delgate and provide publicity for these islands. No, need to worry aboutthe public purse the government only supports their own after they do well, they don't even have faith in Caymanians.

    • Anonymous says:

      smh @ ur comment.


      you would put down the little positivness we have to promote…