Jimena Navarette was congratulated by Donald Trump after becoming MISS UNIVERSE 2010. Hello Magazine reports that Trump - who owns the renowned beauty pageant - was one of the first people to celebrate with Navarette once she had secured the win.
After fending off stiff competition, Navarette became MISS UNIVERSE 2010 at the lavish awards ceremony in Las Vegas - winning herself a scholarship to the New York Film Academy in the process, as well as the famed diamond-encrusted tiara. Entries from Mexico, Australia, Jamaica, Ukraine, and Phillippines made it through to the top five on the night, however it was Navarette who was eventually victorious. YENDI PHILLIPPS, from Jamaica, finished second, and 19-year-old JESINTA CAMPBELL from Australia, was third.
The new MISS UNIVERSE was presented with her award at the 59th edition of the beauty pageant by last year's winner STEANIA FERNANDEZ from Venezuela.