People are going crazy over Miss Nepal’s historic performance in this year’s Miss Universe. Viewers were going wild

The 72nd Miss Universe pageant, held this year, struck out as a historic event marked by exceptional breakthroughs. Among a slew of amazing contestants, one woman – Miss Nepal – stood out, receiving enormous support and recognition. Jane Dipika Garrett, a 22-year-old Nepalese beauty, has emerged as a beacon of hope in the pageant world. Garrett, who was crowned Miss Nepal earlier this year, made an impression at the Miss Universe competition,

Miss Nepal 2023, Jane Dipika Garrett

which was held on November 18 at the Gimnasio Nacional José Adolfo Pineda in San Salvador, El Salvador. Notably, Garrett made history by becoming the first plus-sized contender to appear on the renowned stage, a distinction that holds great significance.

To represent the diversity of women, to challenge traditional beauty standards, and to actively advocate for body positivity. Garrett’s arrival on stage garnered rousing applause, particularly during the swimsuit competition, in which she proudly showed herself in a beautiful silver one-piece. Viewers in the audience and at home couldn’t stop themselves from expressing their delight and appreciation for this trailblazing Miss Nepal.

Garrett received numerous compliments on social media, notably on Twitter. “OH WOW, Miss Nepal’s Jane Dipika Garrett is SUCH A BEAUTY and defies stereotypes in Miss Universe,” one person said. I adore the fact that the audience is cheering for her. Finally, in Ms. U, there is a representation of plus-size ladies!!! I’m rooting for you, JANE.” Another congratulated Garrett, saying, “Jane Dipika Garrett, you’ve broken barriers.” Many ladies all across the world recognize themselves in you. Congratulations on reaching the top 20, my sentimental favorite.”

Garrett used her position to advocate for hormonal health, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and mental health, in addition to body positivity. “A few years ago, I was a very insecure person with very low self-esteem,” she said of her personal experiences with PCOS-induced sadness. Now that I love myself, I consider myself successful.”

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