The Miss Universe Finale is taking place tonight live from Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta with a few special guests.

Steve Harvey will return as host, hopefully not announcing the wrong winner like he did in 2015. Co-hosts include Olivia Culpo (Miss Universe 2012) and Vanessa Lachey.

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Ally Brooke also performed fresh off her run on “Dancing With The Stars”.

Another new aspect this year includes a female empowerment roundtable discussion hosted by TV presenter Louise Roe, model Halima Aden, Sports Illustrated star Hunter McGrady and YouTube make-up specialist Patrick Starrr.

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Earlier this week, Miss Myanmar made headlines as the first openly gay Miss Universe contestant.

Swe Zin Htet and 89 other ladies will compete to become 2019’s Miss Universe.

The Miss Universe finale starts at 7 p.m. ET.