Miss Universe fans howl after spotting France contestant introducing herself

Miss Universe fans were left howling with laughter after hearing a contestant "screaming" her country's introduction as they compared her to a popular animated character.

The annual beauty pageant is returning on January 14, 2023 so fans have been looking back on their favourite bits from previous years.

But one moment from the contestant introductions for Miss Universe 2018 has resurfaced that has left people in stitches.

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In the minute-long clip, models were heard yelling their introductions from the likes of Argnetina, Brazil, Canada and China.

But when the line reached Eva Colas, the reigning Miss France, her shoutout turned into a pure screech.

Tweeting the clip, which has gained more than 40,000 retweets, Stefan Balik wrote: "I didn't know Miss World was a thing still, but I've been watching how the French woman introduces herself for about half an hour."

Other Twitter users flocked to the replies to give their take on it.

One user responded with a gif of the animated rooster HeiHei from Disney movie Moana, with no further comment.

Another user said: "Sounds like an attempted shout-out to the Fonz!"

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A third added: "I don't care I'm still moving to FRONSE!"

A fourth wrote: "After this, France should’ve just surrendered the contest."

Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that aims to celebrate women and is the most-watched pageant in the world.

The competition will be returning for its 71st year this weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana where they have elected their first female Mayor in the city’s 300-year history.

Welcoming the competition, Mayor LaToya Cantrell said: "The City of New Orleans and the Miss Universe Organization share common values of celebrating inclusion, culture and the empowerment of women.

“Former Miss Universe delegates and winners have gone on to become surgeons, diplomats, politicians and business leaders, and they all champion social causes that are important to them.

"Hosting this event demonstrates the significant global impact an international city like New Orleans has on the world’s tourism and cultural stages.

"We are honoured to host the 71st annual Miss Universe pageant and show people around the globe why New Orleans is the best in the world at executing major events, festivals, conferences and conventions with a culture that is absolutely unmatched."

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