What’s next for Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach? Interviews, projects, and multiple appearances plus lots of perks for winning the title! Will she also star in a Disney movie?
As much as fans want her to, it won’t happen anytime soon. At least, we know how she’ll look like in the meantime. It’s because a fan sketched the Miss Universe 2015 as a Disney Princess.
According to GMA News Online, Disney artist Jimmy Mulligan showed a “Disney-fied” Pia Wurtzbach on his Instagram account. In a video clip, Jimmy previewed how he turned the Miss Universe 2015 into a Disney Princess.
See short clip here:
And here’s the final output:
Jimmy even put the hashtag “#Frozen” in his caption. The site mentioned that “Disney-fied” Pia resembled Queen Elsa of Disney’s “Frozen.” Do you think she’ll fit well in “Frozen 2”?
To date, the photo has over 6,000 likes. Jimmy Mulligan felt the appreciation of those who saw his work of art. He posted another photo which reads,
“A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL MY MISS UNIVERSE GANG, AND ESPECIALLY MY FILIPINO FRIENDS AND FANS FOR YOUR KINDNESS AND SUPPORT! IT MEANS THE WORLD TO ME. MAHAL NA MAHAL KITA! [I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH!]”
Meanwhile, another fan turned Miss Universe 2015 into another creation – a doll version. In another report by GMA News Online, Ian Mendajar designed a “Pia doll” to celebrate Pia’s victory. He made a “coronation night” version.
The doll similarly wore the outfit of Pia during the pageant’s announcement of winners. Ian even put the iconic crown on the doll’s head to complete the look.
@piawurtzbach gave me and all the Filipinos the best Christmas gift after winning the Miss Universe 2015 title and now its my time to give her a Christmas gift… Hello Universe! Please welcome MISS UNIVERSE DOLL 👑❤ a doll version of Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach wearing an @albertandrada creation (amazing creation😍💕) made by me😉😄 This is actually my 4th Pia Doll. I hope you like it. Merry Christmas 🎄🎉 #PiaDoll #MissUniverseDoll #missuniverse2015
According to his post, the “Pia doll” is the fourth in his collection. The first doll wore an outfit inspired by Pia’s evening gown at the Binibining Pilipinas 2015 pageant.
The second “Pia doll” sported a Filipiniana costume. Ian posted the photo days before Pia celebrated her 26th birthday.
For his third doll, Ian imagined Pia Wurtzbach as an attendee in a celebrity ball in the Philippines.
What do you think of their artistic creations?