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Miss Universe Norway 2022 Ida Anette Hauan tested positive for Covid-19

One of the 84 delegates, Ida Hauan from Norway, will not be able to compete for the crown as she has fallen ill, the hosts announced.



Miss Universe Norway 2022 Ida Anette Hauan didn’t make it to the pageant’s coronation night since she’s currently “ill,” according to hosts Jeannie Mai Jenkins and Olivia Culpo.

Hauan acknowledged that she was diagnosed with Covid on her Instagram account.

“So…I was too unlucky to get Covid right befor [sic] the finals,” she wrote on her Instagram Story.

“It’s breaks my heart because I have been working so hard to get where I am today. But I already starting to feel better.

“Thank you so much to everyone who thinks about me today.”

On the coronation night, which will begin at 9 a.m. local time today, January 15, in New Orleans, the organisation responsible for the Miss Universe pageant will, at long last, select one of its 84 contestants to be the next winner of the highly sought title.

Following the preliminary rounds that took place on January 12, the delegates are anticipated to be cut down until they reach the question and answer segment. Following this, the winning queen will be crowned by Miss Universe 2021 Harnaaz Sandhu with the new “Force for Good” crown.

Olivia Culpo and Jeannie Mai Jenkins, both former Miss Universes, will be in charge of the big event. Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray and Emmy-winning TV personality Zuri Hall will also be there to comment from backstage. Artists from New Orleans, like Big Freedia and Tank and the Bangas, are among those who will be performing at the show.