Ten questions for Miss Universe 2013, Gabriela Isler
Life is moving very fast these days for 25-year-old Gabriela Isler of Venezuela. Last month, during ceremonies in Moscow, Isler (a popular TV personality back home) was crowned Miss Universe – the seventh time a Venezuelan has taken that honor in the pageant’s 61-year history.
Dow: Living in New York City must be overwhelming if you’ve never been there before. How are you handling it so far?
Isler: It’s very overwhelming. There have been a lot of changes in my life this year. Not only becoming Miss Universe but also in my personal life. It’s a big change to move to the big city – the city that never sleeps. I have a new life – a new apartment – a new roommate. It’s a big experience.
Dow: You said that you have a roommate. Is that part of the rules of being Miss Universe? That someone must be there to watch over you?
Isler: I don’t know if it’s a rule, but I do have a roommate. It’s Miss USA, Erin Brady.
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