Miss Universe 2016 And Her 'Oral Hygiene' Advocacy, What For?

Following her recently concluded winning in the 65th annual edition of the Miss Universe, Iris Mittenaere said that she was very surprised that she won but feels very blessed. On the website of the said organization, the 24-year-old Miss Universe who came from France said she wanted "to advocate for dental and oral hygiene" should she win in the competition. Mittenaere explains while everything during the pageant period has been amazing, being a Miss Universe has been her ultimate dream just like any other girls would love to be.

Miss Universe 2016 And Her "Oral Hygiene" Advocacy

In one of her statements reported by Express, the Miss Universe website has announced that by being a dental student from Lille, Iris Mittenaere was known to have her ambitions focused on her advocacy to promoting healthy teeth and gums. That being said, Mittenaere who happens to be a daughter of a history professor and a schoolteacher, has a degree in science and plans to become a dental surgeon. Furthermore, the stunning French model was also quoted to have said that she really aspires to help, understand and meet people.

The Miss Universe 2016

Meanwhile, according to Mirror, Raquel Pelissier of Haiti turned out to be the first runner-up while Andrea Tovar of Columbia placed second runner-up. It was found that Mittenaere has allegedly been the second French woman to be crowned as the eventual winner after their first win in 1953. Ultimately, it looks like that the 24-year old dentistry student would now be able to make her advocacy come true after beating 85 hopefuls from around the world Sunday night during the 65th edition of the pageant. After winning the contest last night, Mittenaere, a French model was left overwhelmed yet grateful with being proclaimed winner and she wiped the tears of happiness from her eyes. The crown is indeed worth fighting for in stilettos.

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