The 67th annual Miss Universe pageant will be held on December 16, 2018, at Impact, Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok, Thailand.
The show is will be hosted again by comedian Steve Harvey and supermodel Ashley Graham, while television personality Carson Kressley and runway coach Lu Sierra will to provide commentary and analysis throughout the event.
American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo will perform during the competition.
Ninety four (94) Contestants from across the glove will be competing for the coveted title as the reigning Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, from South Africa, will return to crown her successor.
Meet the twelve (12) contestants who will be representing the Caribbean.
Kimberly is currently in her second year of school studying to achieve her nursing degree.
Danielle Simone Grant is a classically trained dancer having studied ballet, pointe, jazz and salsa since the age of 3.
Meghan obtained her Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies with a Specialization in Consumer Behaviour and Major in French.
Miss British Virgin Islands
Ayana Phillips is pursuing a degree in Business Administration at the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College
Miss Cayman Islands
Caitlin Tyson is a professionally trained actress, model, writer and certified yoga instructor.
Akisha Albert is a model currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in English Education at the University of Curacao. She intends to one day work as a Teacher.
Miss Dominic Republic
Aldy is a self-described multi-tasker. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Mass Communications, and trained as an Accountant.
At the age of 14, Samantha Colas was involved in the audio-visual's world with a radio show for children. The success of it brought her to a summer TV show for children, the only one in Haiti.
Emily Sara-Claire Maddison
Emily Sara-Claire Maddison is a recent high school graduate who embarked on an unpredictable journey leading to fulfilling opportunities.
Miss Puerto Rico
Kiara Ortega would best describe herself as a cheerful, spontaneous, and a helpful young woman. For her, the most important thing in life is living experiences that humanize her. By being a part of the Miss Universe platform, she hopes to spread a message of hope to unite our world.
Miss St. Lucia
Angella Dalsou is an outgoing 24 year old who is passionate about the needs of children on her island. She keeps busy pursuing her degree in Psychology and Human Resource Management at the University of the West Indies.
Miss U.S Virgin Islands
Aniska Tonge is a recent graduate of Georgia State University with a Master's of the Arts in Mass Communication; she also works as a Content Transmission Tech.