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Here's a kiss

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Miss Universe contestant Sari Nakazawa of Japan blows kisses to the media as she enters Malacanang Palace for a courtesy call with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday in Manila. Eighty-six candidates are vying for the title in the grand coronation on Jan 30.

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Stunning! OMG JT you just made my day with this picture, thank you!

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Best of luck!

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Sooooo lovely !!!

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Absolutely beautiful.

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Wow, she is beautiful!

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Duterte's in for some nice company with his morning coffee today.

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Duterte is sure to be the perfect host as long as Sari avoids talking about helicopters.....

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Miss Universe contestant Sari Nakazawa of Japan blows kisses to the media as she enters Malacanang Palace for a courtesy call with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

Beauty and the Beast

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as she enters Malacanang Palace for a courtesy call with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

I've never heard it called that before!!

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You obviously all have better eyesight than me - at that resolution, she could be anyone.

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A beauty contest winner goes for coffee with a murderer. It's like the plot of a sleazy 50s pot-boiler. Three cheers for the 21st.Century...

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Never gonna beat Kanna Hashimoto!!

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The photographer was so stunned by her beauty that he/she forgot to look at the background before shooting.

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Ms Universe and Duterte. a marriage made in heaven.

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Respect

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Alfie NoakesJAN. 24, 2017 - 10:17AM JST A beauty contest winner goes for coffee with a murderer =JUDGEMENTAL

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At least they have a proper Japanese person doing it this time!

Well, then you mean Chinese...

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She is just a contestant but gets to meet Duterte? How nice of him.

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