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.

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"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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