The newly-crowned Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters just arrived in New York City and is ready to take on the world. She lays out her plans for the next year as her reign gets underway. Nel-Peters, who represented South Africa in the pageant, says she is excited to work with the many non-profits the Miss Universe organization has been partnered with over the years. She also is looking forward to growing her #Unbreakable campaign, which she started in South Africa to help empower women by teaching them self-defense. Miss Universe also discusses the sexual harassment scandals that have been rocking the entertainment and political industries. She says that these issues are not exclusive to the United States - that sexual harassment is a problem in countries all around the world. On a lighter note, Nel-Peters shows our host Baker Machado how to properly wear the Miss Universe sash and wave to onlookers. She also reveals the special reason why you should only wave with your hand, not your arm.

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