Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Bullies Called Her 'Monster' For Her Moles, But Now She’s A Potential Miss Universe Contestant.

Although the term "beautiful" is usually used to describe a person who is physically attractive, it's actually much more than that. A beautiful person isn't just someone who has beautiful looks but also a beautiful soul and heart.

Evita Delmundo was ridiculed as a child for having moles all over her body. She felt ugly when others called her names like "monster." But as she grew older, she learned that beauty is so much deeper than superficial looks. She eventually learned to accept her unique appearance fully and is now determined to show others that it's okay to be different. The first platform she wants to take her message to is Miss Universe 2018.

We currently live in a generation where people are judged on their looks before anything else.

It's easy to feel insecure. Sabahan Evita Delmundo, however, has proven to others that beauty has evolved way past the media's typical standards.

We currently live in a generation where people are judged on their looks before anything else.

Evita Delmundo

Delmundo was born with moles all over her body.

Although it was hard to deal with looking "different" at first, Delmundo eventually learned to accept her unique looks and stopped caring what about others think.

Delmundo was born with moles all over her body.

Evita Delmundo

In fact, the 20-year-old has just auditioned for 2018's Miss Universe Malaysia.

Delmundo has taken it upon herself to show everyone that appearances really aren't everything. She's so determined that she has stated she plans on entering other beauty pageants if she doesn't get selected for Miss Universe.

In fact, the 20-year-old has just auditioned for 2018's Miss Universe Malaysia.

The beauty is a Rungus-Filipino mix, born and raised in Kota Kinablu, Sabah.

She is the second oldest of five children. Currently, she works part-time at a cat cafe while aspiring to be a beauty queen. Delmundo enjoys singing, playing the guitar and drawing in her free time.

She had to deal with various challenges while growing up because of how she looked.

In primary school, other kids would nickname her "monster" or "chipsmore," which was hard to take in at such a young age. At one point, it became so difficult for her that she had to ask her dad to come to school to scold the bullies.

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