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How To Watch Miss Universe 2017 So You Don’t Miss A Thing


The Miss Universe 2017 pageant promises to bring all the beauty, intellect, and talent you can handle in one night, as 92 contestants battle for the crown. If you're wondering how to watch Miss Universe 2017 live so you don't miss a minute of the action, check out the details. Who are you rooting for this year?

The 2017 Miss Universe pageant airs Nov. 26 on FOX live from the AXIS at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Check your local listings to find your FOX channel and enjoy. Or, you can check out all the Miss Universe competition on FOX NOW app, which will be streaming the show.

Steve Harvey returns as the host of this year’s Miss Universe, which will span three hours, beginning at 7 p.m. ET/PT tape-delayed, so get your snacks ready and get comfortable.

Additionally, the live red carpet will stream on, with the website and Miss U app providing exclusive content and highlights. A backstage lounge provides fans with a behind-the-scenes look at Miss Universe, so that’s a cool perspective on the action.

Fergie and Rachel Platten are set to perform at the competition, with Ashley Graham serving as backstage host and a nice lineup of  judges: Ross Matthews, Lele Pons, Jay Manuel, Megan Olivi, Pia Wurtzbach, and Wendy Fitzwilliam. Carson Kressley and Lu Sierra will be on hand for analysis and commentary throughout the night.

The 2016 Miss Universe, Iris Mittenaere of France, will be passing on the crown to her successor. The Miss Universe website provides all the details of the prize package, which includes:

Pretty sweet deal.

Further, the site explains, “After a winner is crowned, she is relocated to New York City where she will meet her new Miss Universe family. Through the organization, the winner is provided a platform for possibility based on her objectives for the year. Alongside The Miss Universe Organization, she will plan how to achieve her goals on the national and global scale.”

Mittenaere has spent the past year working for the Smile Train organization, which she told Hollywood Life earlier this year:

The Miss Universe winner definitely has the opportunity to use her voice for important causes, proving it's so much more than just a beauty competition. Fans of the long-running competition are counting down the days to see who takes home the crown. Count me among them.

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