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Steve Harvey’s courage: In the face of announcing the wrong winner for Miss Universe

If you watched Miss Universe, you saw that the wrong person was crowned Miss Universe. After initially announcing that Miss Colombia won Miss Universe 2015, he realized that he made a mistake and said that Miss Philippines actually was the winner. The audience and contestants were shocked. Steve Harvey came back to the pressroom directly…
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Cece Jane

December 20, 2015

If you watched Miss Universe, you saw that the wrong person was crowned Miss Universe. After initially announcing that Miss Colombia won Miss Universe 2015, he realized that he made a mistake and said that Miss Philippines actually was the winner. The audience and contestants were shocked.

Steve Harvey came back to the pressroom directly after he read the card incorrectly to talk about his mistake. His courage was outstanding as he openly admitted that it was his fault. He is a human being who made a human mistake, as we all do. However, his astounding courage is what makes this man a legend. He corrected the mistake, which some people might be too embarrassed to do. Props to you, Steve, for showing what true courage is.

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