The finest daughters of Indonesia’s far-flung province of Aceh keep making the news and after Cut Tari’s (s)exploits, it’s been Qory Sandioriva’s turn to step into the spotlight at this year’s Miss Universe contest.
Young Qory, although tracing her bloodline back to Aceh, was actually born in Jakarta on 17 August 1991 – which also happens to be Indonesia’s Independence Day of course – meaning her nationalistic credentials are beyond reproach.
But although the Big Durian may have brought out the “wild side” in young Qory, the Aceh starlet still opted to wear a swimsuit at the Miss Universe contest rather than a more revealing bikini.
You don’t win Miss Universe looking like this Qory
And poor Qory also suffered from the same handicap that afflicted other Indonesian beauties in the past (remember Nadine?) – her English is CRAP.
When asked what was the best advice she could give to a man she replied:
"I think when you down the women can make you up, and I think the women can be said that "I have advice for you" if you way up, you have to be nice with people, include women, so when you down, women can be nice with you.”
Huh? Does she mean “When you go down on the women”?
If so, what a naughty devil she’s been!!! Hahaha!
Ultimately, Qory was no match for the Mexican contestant Jimena Navarette, who astutely advised parents to teach kids “family values” - and looked damn hot in a bikini to boot (that’s what the judges want to see, Qory).
The delightful Miss Mexico (Jimena Navarette) showed Qory how it should be done.