The winner of the Miss Universe competition announced after 74 countries.
After taking the top spot in the annual competition Miss Mexico was considered Miss Universe.
The 26-year-old Andrea Meza of Mexico claimed victory, with Julia Gama of Brazil close in second place.
At the ceremony at Hard Rock Hotel&Casino Florida, the winner was announced on Monday afternoon at the AEST (local Sunday night time).
This page marked the 69th competition for Miss Universe and featured 74 countries' finalists. It would be the 70th year, but, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the beauty competition for the first time ever was canceled in 2020.
Australia's 28-year-old representative, Maria Thétil, has won the world's top 10.
Competitions from the Dominican Republic, India and Peru respectively were in third, fourth and fifth place.
Meza is the Mexican winner and Chihuahua Tourism Ambassador and an advocate for the end of gender-based violence.
When she doesn't strut cat walks she works as a software engineer.
Maria Thattil, Australian competitor, was born with the Indian migrants in Australia.
She told fans why she signed up for the very competitive concert on Friday, ahead of the competition.
"Why have I been competing? Because barriers have been broken and ceilings have been broken. Heart and soul have finished the preliminaries."
The Australian representative last month was Maria, of Melbourne, who works as a fashion blogger.
Miss Universe is used as a change platform
The high-profiled competition was used as an invitation to make changes in human rights issues by one contestant who reached the 21 top.
The Military Coup began in earlier this year and called on Miss Myanmar, Thuzar Wint Lwin, to end violence in her country.
"Every day our people die and the army shoots them,' she said.
"I would therefore urge everyone to talk about Myanmar."