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MS Entertainment Network, the company behind Mrs. Universe Official, has decided to strip Ms. Kristine (“Tootsie”) Aseron Santos of the title of Mrs. Universe Australia 2021 which was conferred upon her on the 30th of October 2021 by its Managing Director Maryrose Salubre with immediate effect.
The reason for the decision taken was Ms. Kristine’s failure to comply with certain obligations required of her, concerning her non-attendance at the crowning of the last Mrs. Universe Australia 2022 event held on the 26th of December 2021 and certain other serious issues concerning her conduct and performance during the tenure of her appointment.
On that note, the Mrs. Universe Official organisation has decided to appoint Susan Turner as Ms. Kristine’s replacement. Moving forward, Mrs. Susan Turner will bear the title of Mrs. Universe Australia 2021.
Mrs. Susan Turner came from a wonderful family with a mother who was a head nurse and a beauty queen; her father loved to sing at weddings and was also known as a famous unbeaten boxer and a long-distance runner.
Mrs. Turner has been married to Steven Turner for 31 years, and together they have eight children who have grown up to be amazing adults. She’s also a proud grandmother of 12 grandchildren and has been a French bulldog breeder for 15 years. Her primary profession is in the beauty industry – she runs her own beauty salon.
When Mrs. Turner was only seven years old, she won the little miss MS multiple sclerosis pageant; this started her journey towards her passion as a beauty queen. From there, she worked tirelessly with her mother in many charities. In fact, her charity hours amount to around 60.000 hours, and she has raised over $100,000.00 in 2018/2019 through various car shows. Some of the charities she supports include Domestic violence association Sydney, MS multiple sclerosis, Child’s vision Australia, Breast cancer foundation, Wesley mission, Salvation Army, Cystic fibrosis foundation, Starlight foundation, and Destiny Rescue.
She is the director of the “I hear voices” parent support form for addiction and has worked alongside the justice system to help prevent criminal activities. She also has her own show car – a Subaru WRX my05. This car has been used to raise much-needed money at various car shows around Australia.
As a featured public figure influencer, Mrs. Turner is a global mentor within the pageant industry to all beauty queens worldwide. She has also won many awards as a beauty queen, including Mrs. Earth Air Australia 2017, Mrs. International Global Australia 2018, Mrs. international Global Australia 2018, Humanitarian International 2018, Woman of the World 2018, and AGSA’s International Beauty Queen of the year 2019.
Mrs. Turner’s passion has led her worldwide, seeing firsthand many disturbing events such as famine and disease. Because of that, she helps many other situations around the world. Sue is currently the CEO of GEQ (Global Elite Queens) magazine, and her vision is to give voice to those who inspire to become the best they can be in their industry.
This year, the 2022 Mrs. Universe Official pageant will take place around October in Sydney, Australia, where Mrs. Turner will crown her successor and pass on her crown to the new Mrs. Universe Official winner. Further details will be announced at a later date.