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This Is What Happened with Steve Harvey & That Miss Universe Announcement

UPDATE: We’ve been told that “the Miss Universe Organization confirmed that Mr. Harvey was correct and Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Ganados is the winner of the 2019 National Costume competition.”

Steve Harvey is giving us some major déjà vu.

During the 2019 Miss Universe on Sunday night (December 8), the 62-year-old TV personality and host of the event accidentally announced the wrong winner during the National Costume category.

“Earlier this week, all the contestants competed in a National Costume contest,” Steve began explaining. “Here’s the look at the winner, Miss Philippines…”

The winner then asked to take away the microphone so she could kindly correct him. “It’s not Philippines,” Shweta Sekhon told the host. “It’s Malaysia.”

Steve then went on the explain that the blunder wasn’t his fault.

“Well… let me explain something to you. I just read that in a teleprompter,” Steve admitted. “You all quit doing this to me. I can read this. They are trying to fix it now. This is what they did to me back in 2015.”

If you forgot, Steve mistakenly named the wrong winner during the Miss Universe competition in 2015.

At the time, Steve first said that Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutiérrez was the winner, but the real winner was Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach.

READ MORE: Who Was Crowned Miss Universe 2019?

FYI: Steve is wearing Dolce&Gabbana at the show.

Who Was Crowned Miss Universe 2019?

The winner of the 2019 Miss Universe pageant has been revealed!

Host Steve Harvey crowned the winner on Sunday night (December 8) at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.

Representatives from 90 countries around the world participated in hopes of becoming the next Miss Universe.

Last year’s winner Catriona Gray, from the Philippines, was also on hand to present the crown to this year’s winner.

The event included a performance by Ally Brooke, while former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo and Vanessa Lachey served as backstage correspondents.

And the winner is…More Here! »

Miss Universe 2019 - Performers & Hosts Revealed!

The 2019 Miss Universe competition is set to air from Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia tonight (December 8) on Fox – and we’ve got all the info on which stars will be in attendance to host, analyze and perform for the crowd.

Steve Harvey is back once again as the host this year with a star-studded lineup joining him for another broadcast. (You may remember, back in 2015, Steve announced the wrong winner for the competition.)

The backstage hosts are both title-holders: Miss Universe 2012 and Miss Teen USA 1998. They will appear together to take viewers behind-the-scenes. The night’s performer is from superstar girl group Fifth Harmony, who’s been having great solo success ever since.

Representatives from 90 countries around the world will participate in hopes of becoming the next Miss Universe.

For the first time, The CHI Lounge transforms as a female empowerment roundtable discussion, hosted by a TV personality, an IMG model and industry history maker, a Sports Illustrated rookie and body image advocate and a celebrity YouTuber and makeup artist.

The broadcast will begin at 7 p.m. ET on Fox.

Click inside to see the list of performers and celeb hosts set for the 2019 Miss Universe Competition…More Here! »