Russian reporter attacks Miss Universe Olivia Culpo with challenging questions

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Olivia_Culpo_Oksana_BokyoAn interview with the reigning Miss Universe, Olivia Culpo, with Russian’ TV “Worlds Apart” host Oksana Boyko to promote the Miss Universe pageant in Russia this year turned out to be a “cat fight” between two smiling ladies; with Bokyo stating personal sentiments on American issues throughout the interview, and firing questions about American statistical data and social findings to reigning Miss Universe, Culpo.

The wit and intelligence of Olivia Culpo was definitely tested, but with grace and poise of a true beauty queen, she managed to show great composure and answered all the questions fired to her professionally and confidently.

Russian interviewer Oksana Boyko is probably the most annoying and most aggravating interviewer that ever interviewed Olivia Culpo. With a general condemnatory tone during the interview, she questioned Culpo’s views on beauty, and views on American’s role in Iraq war and the Hiroshima bombing as if blaming America for their military actions.

Boyko obviously came prepared for the interview, citing statistical data on fake smiles in USA, social scientist findings on beautiful women getting jobs easily, and even Albert Einstein’s role in helping America build the nuclear bomb.

But Olivia nails all the questions without allowing herself to be intimidated. She gave succinct, substantial, civil and intelligent answers – while maintaining her poise, coolness and composure. And that’s why she won Miss Universe 2012!

Here’s the full video of the interview:

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9 thoughts on “Russian reporter attacks Miss Universe Olivia Culpo with challenging questions

  • October 13, 2013 at 11:47 pm
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    The reporter hated Olivia.. it shows in her Russian accent!!! lolz!!

    Full force defense to beauty.!! nyahaha

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  • October 14, 2013 at 12:34 am
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    what a great interview to ms. Olivia Culpo ,great bec she had shown great manners answering tough questions genuinely with full of wisdom, and great poise and very real indeed, she is really a true ms.universe 2012………………nothing personal, the interviewer the way i discern has indirect intention to put on the spot ms.universe…on those questions to discredit her as ms.universe with regards to what does she know abt being ms.universe…her role….as if some questions indirectly blaming her for what happened in the past ….as if ms.Culpo was present during those time where many things are happening that sounds not good….as if ms.Culpo did the decision …as if ms.Culpo was the caused of all these…whew…the interviewer i should say was lack in manners the way she delivered her questions to ms.Universe Ms. Culpo and lack of sensitivity and respect to the reigning miss Universe…..may be she forgot and overwhelemed the way ms.Culpo answered her very radical questions…GREAT INTERVIEW BECAUSE MS. OLIVIA CULPO THE REIGNING MISS UNIVERSE WAS INDEED SUPERB ANSWERING THEM WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL MIND! CONGRATULATIONS MS.UNIVERSE OLIVIA CULPO 2012!

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  • October 15, 2013 at 11:00 pm
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    I fell something fishy with this reporter :)

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  • October 16, 2013 at 8:37 am
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    I like and salute the reporter and obviously Culpo was slighted in some other questions.

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  • October 16, 2013 at 8:57 pm
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    The Russian interviewer’s questions were stupid and with the intention to trap Ms Culpo with her answers. It just did not work. She is Ms. Universe. Not the ambassador of America nor in any political capacity to answer most of the questions.
    It was good it was Ms. Culpo!

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  • October 16, 2013 at 10:26 pm
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    I admire Ms. Culpo for her composure during this harsh Interview.
    The reporter is kinda jealous.

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  • October 17, 2013 at 10:45 am
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    Good for her! She kept her composure quite well….I would have snapped back as an American with good intentions ….Russian did not have particularly good intentions when they took over most of Eastern Europe to create the USSR – If it was good, then the wall would not have been torn down and there will still be USSR – what they have now is Eastern European billionaires and Eastern European poor people – just like here in the USA – we have Billionaires and we have poor people —– the reporter was merely looking at “Russia through an American mirror” – lucky for her, the reflection she got was Olivia Culpo, Miss Universe!!!! Its not like they have it all roses in Russia. Just take a look at Brighton Beach, NY —- more than half of the population is Russian. And they’re not complaining about inequality there. They shop with food stamps wearing fur coats and Christian Louboutin boots. Gimme a break, lady!!!

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  • October 17, 2013 at 7:48 pm
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    If you search about this, this show is actually about debates about the current problems about the world. But I am happy with the answers that Culpo answered. She deserves the win!

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  • October 20, 2013 at 11:07 am
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    While Miss Universe handled all of those extremely challenging, thought provoking questions with grace and poise, her responses to some of the questions lacked conviction and critical thinking skills. For example, she condones America’s actions in Iraq, but she condemns the terrorist attack on Boston and someone putting a gun to someone’s head. The three situations are clearly similar, at least on a moral level, the use of violence to effect change is morally wrong and good intentions are irrelavent. The interviewer showed that Miss Universe is representing America. She obviously wouldn’t say that ex-President Bush’s actions were morally wrong. She is an American and she represents America and she gave an answer that any American would give if they were being interviewed on tv. The answer she gave might not have been her personal opinion on the matter, but it was the right answer for a representative of America. I felt like the interviewer was trying to make the point that anyone that represents a country in a contest cannot represent the whole world or in this case the universe. Personally I don’t think these beautiful, intelligent, young women should represent their countries. The fact that they represent countries is a basically a hook to draw viewers in on the basis of national pride.

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