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January 25, 2016 AT 06:28 PM EST

La modelo Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, regresó feliz y orgullosa a su país después de que se convirtió en la mujer más bella del mundo.

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Wurtzbach llegó a Filipinas el pasado fin de semana, donde confesó en conferencia de prensa, que le gustaría llegar a Hollywood una vez que termine su reinado.

“Podría ser la próxima chica Bond, ¿quién sabe? Así que vamos a ver, ese es el próximo sueño”, aseguró a la prensa filipina.

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La joven de 26 años, aseguró que está usando la atención obtenida tras el error garrafal cometido por el presentador Steve Harvey — quien brevemente coronó a la colombiana Ariadna Gutierrez como Miss Universo —  para hablar de las causas que le importan como su lucha contra el VIH. “Estoy usando la atención para hablar acerca de mis causas. Ahora ya tengo la atención de todos”, comentó.


Durante la conferencia de prensa ofrecida, la modelo aseguró que planea hacerse la prueba del VIH públicamente en Nueva York para animar a otros a realizarse un examen similar, especialmente en su país donde los casos a causa de esta enfermedad han aumentado de forma alarmante.

Wurtzbach tiene una ocupada agenda de trabajo planeada en su país, que incluye una reunión con el Presiente Benigno Aquino III, con quien se rumora la modelo tuvo un romance anteriormente.

So happy to be back home! ❤️🇵🇭🙏

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Guess whose picture is going up here, in the #MissUniverse office, soon? #🙋🏻

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This ones for you 💙 #myluckycolor

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I know it took me a long time to post this. I needed some time to get settled in cos everything was happening so fast. Now everything is sinking in and I'm almost done replying and thanking everyone as much as I can. Okay. Here goes. First of all.. Thank you, Lord! The countless times I begged you in tears to please grant me my one big wish! I prayed in every church I went into, in whichever part of the world I was. Wished on every wishing well I passed by and on every falling star I caught in the sky. When everything seemed unreachable or impossible, You found a way. I trained well & despite all the challenges, everything fell into place and I finally got the crown the whole country has been waiting for for 42 years. It is true. Focus on the ordinary and God will take care of the extraordinary. Second, thank you to the amazing team behind me. Aces and Queens. I am grateful for all the training I did with you. You were my family away from family. I found my confidence when you found my potential. To my family in London, Mama, Papa, Sarah, Charlie & baby Lara. Thank you for being so supportive in all my decisions. You guys are really the one I turn to when things get rough. And I'm so grateful that even when you're far away, I never feel alone. And last but definitely not the least, to YOU. Thank you for cheering and rooting for me. Whether you were a die hard supporter at the Axis Theater in Las Vegas or just a silent supporter watching me from TV, thank you. Especially to those who voted for me during the Global Fan Vote. You were all instrumental to my victory. Mga kababayan, when I was walking on stage in that blue gown, wearing the Philippine sash in front of billions of viewers on TV and online, I've never been more proud to be a Filipina. I'll never forget it. It was a proud yet humbling experience. And now as I continue on with my journey as Miss Universe, I hope I inspired you all. Not just my fellow countrymen but all of you. Keep your faith, fight for what you believe in and hold on to your dreams! They do come true! I know I still have much to learn and a huge responsibility ahead of me.. So thank you 2015 and bring it on, 2016!😄❤️🙏👑HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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