And it’s that time of the year again when we have our Miss Universe, shining as bright as gold on the top of the world. Yes! The grand finale of Miss Universe 2016 was held today and there…there…look at Miss France Iris Mittenaere walking away with the prestigious crown looking ridiculously beautiful. A dental surgery student from Lille in the north of France, Iris beat 85 of the world’s most beautiful women. The 24-year old edged out Miss Haiti, the first runner-up, and Miss Colombia the second runner-up as Pia Wurtzbach, last year’s Miss Universe, crowned her as the winner of Miss Universe 2016.

The highlight of this winning moment was when Pia recalled to Steve Harvey’s infamous blunder when he mistakenly awarded the title to Miss Colombia instead of Pia. Although Harvey corrected the error minutes later, but the mistake featured prominently today with the candidates ribbing Harvey about it over and over again. In fact, even Pia at the opening of the show said, “Steve, I never got to thank you but thank you for making me the most popular Miss Universe.” Thankfully, Harvey made sure he doesn’t goof up this year.

Beauty, grace, confidence, intelligence. Those are the qualities embodied by your 65th #MissUniverse, Iris Mittenaere. pic.twitter.com/ps9CWxfuM7

— Iris Mittenaere (@MissUniverse) January 30, 2017

While there were many highlights from this beauty pageant including the one’s where Miss Kenya, Mary Esther Were, another finalist, went on to say how Donald Trump’s presidency “may not have been the choice of many people”. She also spoke out in support of former US president Barack Obama and said she backed Hillary Clinton to be America’s first woman president. I feel once he took up his position, he was able to unify the entire nation.”

Meet your 65th #MissUniverse, a Parisian native and dental student who loves to cook. pic.twitter.com/ommshfrZ6G

— Iris Mittenaere (@MissUniverse) January 30, 2017

In addition to it, Miss Colombia, Andrea Tovar, appeared to allude to Trump when asked why violence was prevalent in the world. Although there are presidents who don’t get along with others, we work together to unite. Campaigns, respect and inclusivity to be able to have a social transformation that would educate our children,” said the 23 year old.

Nevertheless, with a glamorous end to this beauty pageant, here’s wishing heartiest congratulations to Miss France – now ‘Miss Universe’!