On Monday, the 21-year-old runner-up Instagrammed a picture of her wearing the crown and the Miss Universe sash -- before it was eventually taken away -- writing, "POR SIEMPRE TU MISS UNIVERSO!! COLOMBIA!!!!!!!" which translates to, "Forever your Miss Universe! Colombia!"
Gutierrez later shared more pictures of herself wearing the crown, writing, "These moments will always be with me #missuniverse #misscolombia #backtoback Lo logramos COLOMBIA!" she wrote, which translates to, "We did it, Colombia!" Her hashtag "#backtoback" refers to the fact that last year's Miss Universe, Paulina Vega, is also from Colombia.
Still, perhaps Gutierrez is also mourning the swanky prize package she missed out on. The Miss Universe 2015 prize package includes: a year-long salary as Miss Universe; luxury accommodations in a New York City apartment for the duration of her reign, including living expenses; a one-year scholarship from the New York Film Academy College of Visual Performing Arts; a one-year supply of haircare products and tools from CHI Haircare; a new custom diamond tiara and jewelry designed by D.I.C; a shoe wardrobe from Chinese Laundry Shoes; swimwear by Yamamay; a year’s worth of skincare products from Image Skincare; personal services including membership to Gravity Fitness at Le Parker Meridien Hotel and hair services from John Barrett Salon; modeling portfolio by leading fashion photographer Fadil Berisha; dermatology and skincare services provided by Dr. Cheryl Thellman-Karcher; professional health and nutrition consultation by Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD and dental services by Dr. Jan Linhart, D.D.S.; professional representation by The Miss Universe Organization; extensive travel representing sponsors and charitable partners; access to various New York City events including casting opportunities, movie premieres, screenings, Broadway shows and launch parties; and personal appearance wardrobe and styling by the official Miss Universe Organization fashion stylist.
ET can confirm that Gutierrez has been spending time with her family and away from the media in Miami since Sunday night, when pageant host Steve Harvey mistakenly named her as Miss Universe instead of the real winner -- Miss Philippines, Pia Wurtzbach.
Last week, she posted this cute photo of her and her loved ones.
Though, after the embarrassing gaffe, it's nice to see that Gutierrez hasn't lost any confidence. Check out this video she Instagrammed on Tuesday of her fiercely posing in the glittery gold gown she wore during the pageant's evening gown portion of the competition.
"Everything happens for a reason," a tearful Gutierrez said in a video posted to Twitter by the Miss Universe pageant following the emotional mix-up. "I'm happy! I'm happy for all what I did to [reach] this dream. Thank you all, thank you for voting for me."