Miss Germany Says She's 'Really Not Happy' That Miss Philippines Won Miss Universe

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Not everyone is happy with the final results of Sunday's Miss Universe pageant!

Miss Germany, Sarah-Lorraine Riek, threw some major shade at the new Miss Universe, claiming that none of her fellow contestants voted for Miss Philippines, Pia Wurtzbach, to win the competition.

"I really couldn't believe it," she said of Steve Harvey's epic on-air mistake, when he accidentally announced first runner-up, Miss Colombia, Ariadna Gutierrez-Arevalo, as the winner. "I was so upset. For me, Miss France was the real winner."

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Then, Riek claimed that Miss Colombia "really deserved" to win and repeatedly remarked that she was "not happy with the results." The interview, which appears to have been conducted on the floor of a Las Vegas casino, comes from online beauty pageant outlet, Missosology.

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"None of us voted for Philippines. I'm so sorry to say it," Riek continued. "I wish her the best of luck with her year, but I'm really not happy with the results."

Miss Germany ultimately finished the competition unranked.

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After the painfully awkward show, Miss Philippines seems to be doing just fine. The winner posted a makeup-free selfie on her first day of Miss Universe duties. "My 1st day as #MissUniverse has officially begun. Starting it off fresh-faced and #ConfidentlyBeautiful," Wurtzbach wrote, adding a crown emoji for good measure.

Relive the cringe-worthy show moment in the video below.