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Rabiya Mateo Minalas Sa Kulay Dilaw Dahilan Kung Bakit Siya Ay Natalo Sa Miss Universe 2020

The Philippines' bet Rabiya Mateo failed to bag the fifth Miss Universe crown for the country during the 69th edition of the pageant on Monday.

A pageant expert shared his thoughts on what might have happened.

"For me, she got nervous during the swimsuit competition. She did not smile while she was posing," pageant analyst Adam Genato told.

"It's as if she was in a hurry to finish her walk," he said. "Parang tensyonado, kinakabahan (She looked stressed, nervous)."

Genato said Mateo performed well as she donned her yellow swimsuit on stage, but he wondered whether the 24-year-old Ilongga beauty was "second-guessing herself" after she made it to the Top 21.

"I don't know if the nerves got the best of her because her swimsuit performance during the preliminary competition was far better than what we just saw earlier," he noted.

But he shared that the Latina contestants may have really had the upper hand during the night at Seminold Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida in the United States.

"The Latinas really dominated the competition," the pageant analyst declared. "Kinutuban na ako (I already had the feeling). Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, they all slayed their swimsuit turns."

He also stressed that having an all-female panel of judges made the competition tougher, especially during the question-and-answer round.

The contenders who landed the Top 5 were Dominican Republic's Kimberly Jimenez (4th runner-up), India's Adline Castelino (3rd runner-up), Peru's Janick Maceta del Castillo (2nd runner-up), Brazil's Julia Gama (1st runner-up), and Mexico's Andrea Meza, who was eventually crowned Miss Universe 2020.

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