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Steve Harvey asked Miss India to do an animal impression while other Miss Universe contestants got to speak about their accomplishments

Steve Harvey asked Miss India to do an animal impression while other Miss Universe contestants got to speak about their accomplishments…  The 2021 Miss Universe competition started with a bang… and a meow.

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Steve Harvey asked Miss India to do an animal impression while other Miss Universe contestants got to speak about their accomplishments
Steve Harvey asked Miss India to do an animal impression while other Miss Universe contestants got to speak about their accomplishments—-

Many fans of the international beauty pageant were left bewildered after host Steve Harvey asked one of the top 16 finalists to do her best animal impersonation onstage — while other women were given the chance to talk about their accomplishments.

Miss India Harnaaz Sandhu was visibly taken by surprise as Harvey told her, “I hear you do some pretty good animal impersonations. Let’s hear your best one.”

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“Oh my god, Steve, I was not expecting to do this on the world stage,” she told him.

But ever the class act, Miss India took it all in stride.

“I have to do this, I have no other option,” she joked.

Sandu said that, since she loved cats, she would do her best to impersonate one.

“Brace yourself everyone,” she warned, before letting out a few impressive “meows.”

It was a moment that stood out to many viewers, who questioned why Sandhu hadn’t been given a meaningful moment to share more about herself.

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Meanwhile, Miss Panama Brenda Smith was able to talk about getting a position at the UN, and Miss Great Britain Emma Collingridge discussed how learning about Medusa’s origin story inspired her to fight against gender-based violence.

Sandhu, 21, is an advocate for women’s empowerment who has helped her mother teach women’s health and hygiene at camps.

The pageant queen currently works as an actress and told Insider that she’s done two Punjabi feature films that will be released soon.

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Sandhu said she always chooses strong characters because she wants to “break stereotypes of what women are and what they can be.”

“I hope I get to inspire people by following my passion and my heart,” she added.

 

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