South Africa's newly crowned Miss Universe setlles in New York
South Africa's newly crowned Miss Universe has moved into her new apartment in New York City after winning the crown in Las Vegas on Sunday night. 22-year old Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters beat out runners-up Miss Colombia Laura Gonzalez and Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett. She became only the second South African to win the Miss Universe Pageant after Margaret Gardiner's win in 1978. Our United States Correspondent Sherwin Bryce-Pease caught up with the Sedgefield native for a conversation on the observation deck of the Empire State Building in the Big Apple, and he began by her about the moment Miss South Africa's name was called in the final round.