Gabriela Isler Crowned Miss Universe 2013

Miss Universe Venezuela, Gabriela Isler was crowned Miss Universe 2013 from Crocus City Hall in Moscow, Russia.

The 62nd Annual Miss Universe Competition was broadcast on NBC with a Spanish simulcast on Telemundo.

Gabriela Isler is the 7th young woman to take home the Miss Universe crown from Venezuela. The 25 year-old college graduate with a marketing degree enjoys flamenco dancing and baking when she is not modeling.

She is from the town of Maracay, Venezuela, right outside of Caracas, the country’s capital.

Thomas Roberts, anchor of (“MSNBC Live”) and Melanie Brown, best known to audiences as Mel B (“America’s Got Talent”), co-hosted the pageant. Jeannie Mai, recognized for her fashion segments on NBC’s “Today,” served as commentator.

Throughout the Miss Universe Competition, contestants representing 86 countries competed in three categories: swimsuit, evening gown, and interview. The telecast concluded with Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo crowning her successor.

The Miss Universe Organization made this announcement Saturday, Nov. 9.

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Photo courtesy: The Miss Universe Organization / Facebook page

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