UPDATE: The Miss Universe website has been experiencing technical difficulties with all the online users. If you would like to vote for your favorite contestants, CLICK HERE. You can also click MUO.IPOWOW.COM for voting. Pageant host Steve Harvey has confirmed live that the website has crashed. Click here for even more information on the issue. We will update you with any information that comes in. But, if you are having trouble voting or accessing the site, this is why.
This year, the 2015 Miss Universe Pageant is including a Global Fan vote for at-home viewers to be judges in the competition, voting their favorites into the semi-finals. Fans can vote on each category, scoring each contestant on a scale of one to ten during the swimsuit segment, evening gown competition, and interviews. You can visit www.MISSUNIVERSE.com/vote via any desktop or mobile device during the live telecast.
In addition, fans will be able to submit a final question through Facebook which will be asked to one contestant in the interview portion.
Voting can take place between 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. ET tonight.
The Miss Universe Organization press release has the official statement about how voting works, writing that:
For the first time ever, YOU ARE A JUDGE. During the live telecast of the 2015 Miss Universe Pageant, fans around the world will have the opportunity to cast their votes for each contestant during the competitions. The worldwide score will help determine which contestant will be crowned the next Miss Universe. Voting is real-time during the LIVE broadcast.
Click here throughout the pageant to check the leaderboard scores for the contestants.
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