Third runner-up, Yasmin Verheijen, Miss Netherlands
Q: What’s the biggest change you would like to see for young women in the next generation?
A: I want child prostitution to stop. That’s what I want for the next generation.
First runner-up, Nia Sanchez, Miss USA
Q: If you were give 30 seconds to deliver a message to a global terrorist, what would you say?
A: If I was given 30 seconds to give a message to the global terrorist, I would just say that, I know as Miss USA I can spread a message of hope and love and peace. So I would do my very best to spread that message to them and everyone else in the world.
Second runner-up, Diana Harkusha, Miss Ukraine
Q: If you could remove the swimsuit competition from the Miss Universe pageant, would you? Why or why not?
A: It depends on the situation. If it’s going to be nice, why not? I feel comfortable in anything. Thank you.
Fourth runner-up, Kaci Fennell, Miss Jamaica
Q: One of three women will experience violence in her lifetime. What can be done to get that number down?
A: Good evening, esteemed judges! Good evening, Doral! Crime is a global phenomenon. It does not affect just one nation. We, as people of the world, should work together to prevent it now.
Miss Universe 2015, Paulina Vega, Miss Colombia
Q: People probably ask you all the time, ‘what can men learn from women?’ But what can women learn from men?
A: (Translated) That’s quite a tough question. I believe there are still men who believe in equality, and I believe that that’s what women can learn from men.