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Miss Universe 2017: Which African Queen Rocked The Best National Costume?

The 2017 Miss Universe contestants are currently touring, filming, rehearsing and preparing to compete for the Miss Universe crown in Las Vegas this Sunday, November 26th.

As part of their preparations, the contestants have debuted their national costumes on  stage at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on November 18, 2017.

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The National Costume Show is an international tradition where contestants display an authentic costume of choice that best represents the culture of their home country.

Check out our African queens in their national costumes below.

Lauriela Martins, Miss Universe Angola 2017

Farah Sedky, Miss Universe Egypt 2017

Akinahome Zergaw, Miss Universe Ethiopia 2017

Ruth Quarshie, Miss Universe Ghana 2017

Angie Callychurn, Miss Universe Mauritius 2017

Suné January, Miss Universe Namibia 2017

Stephanie Agbasi, Miss Universe Nigeria 2017

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, Miss Universe South Africa 2017

Lilian Ericaah Maraule, Miss Universe Tanzania 2017

Isabel Chikoti, Miss Universe Zambia 2017

Photo Credit: HO/The Miss Universe Organization; Missosology.Org

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