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The Most Princess-y Miss Universe Evening Gowns, Ranked

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The Miss Universe pageant crowned Maria Gabriela de Jesus Isler Morales, aka Miss Venezuela, in Moscow last night. Steven Tyler was there. So was a Jonas brother (Nick is dating last year's winner Olivia Culpo). Andy Cohen was not.

As usual, the evening gown portion of the evening was the spectacle's grand finale, and as usual the dresses looked like they were a few pixels away from being actual Disney princess garb. The wintery Russian set, meanwhile, looked like it was pulled directly from the mind of an animator. So which dresses were the most worthy of their own feature films with a semi-strong female lead until she gets married? See our selections after the jump.

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