Miss Universe Will Experience the Super Bowl For The First Time As a Correspondent
Pia Wurtzbach, who hails from the Philippines, will get a crash course in covering America's biggest sports night.
The newly crowned Miss Universe is set to grace our screens once more - this time as a Super Bowl correspondent for INSIDE EDITION.
Pia Wurtzbach, who hails from the Philippines, said she's thrilled to be joining the team for next month's game in Santa Clara, California.
"This will be my first time experiencing the biggest night in American sports, and I’m excited to take viewers behind the scenes in the lead-up to the big event," the 26-year-old said.
Wurtzbach will cover the night's events alongside INSIDE EDITION correspondent Megan Alexander. They'll be hosting exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes previews and game coverage.
“Pia is a natural fit as INSIDE EDITION’s Super Bowl Correspondent," says Executive Producer Charles Lachman. "She has the on-air poise that we look for in our talent, and as reigning Miss Universe, she’s no stranger to a thrilling competition."
Pia was crowned Miss Universe in Las Vegas last month - but not before host Steve Harvey mistakenly awarded the title to Miss Colombia.
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