|Beauty pageant titleholder|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Miss Earth 2002 (dethroned)|
Džejla Glavović (Bosnian, in Cyrillic: Џејла Главовић) is an international beauty queen and a Bosnian fashion model. She was crowned in the Philippines as the second Miss Earth representing her country Bosnia and Herzegovina and became the first Bosnian woman to win a major international title in beauty contest.
Miss Earth 2002
Glavović won the second edition of Miss Earth, an annual international beauty pageant promoting environmental awareness. She made it to the initial cut of ten semi-finalists and competed in the traditional swimsuit, interview, and evening gown competitions.
She advanced to the top four in the final question and answer round. In the last segment of the competition, the court of four were asked one question, “Which has more significance in your life: the sunrise or the sunset?” Glavović answered:
“Of course sunrise; people tend to be romantic during sunrise, something that symbolizes a new day and a new life. However, it’s not about sunrise or sunset but about the environment and we have to stop talking, start acting.”
She placed the highest score in the interview round and at the conclusion of the second edition of Miss Earth pageant, she was crowned Miss Earth 2002 by the outgoing titleholder Catharina Svensson, which was held in Quezon City, Philippines on October 20, 2002.
She was the first delegate from her country, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to win a title from one of the four major international beauty pageants namely: Miss Earth, Miss International, Miss Universe, and Miss World.
Aside from winning the Miss Earth 2002 title, Glavović also won the Miss Talent special award.
In 2002, three of the "Big Four" international pageant winners come from dominant Muslim countries: Glavović, who won at Miss Earth Christina Sawaya of Lebanon, who won Miss International 2002, and Azra Akın of Turkey, who won Miss World 2002.
Džejla was the first Miss Earth pageant winner to be dethroned on May 28, 2003, being succeeded by her first-runner up, Winfred Omwakwe of Kenya. This came in the same year when another pageant winner, Miss Universe's Oxana Fedorova was dethroned. Carousel Productions, the pageant organizer, cited her failure to fulfill her duties as the main reason for her unseating. First runner-up from Kenya, Winfred Omwakwe, took over the position of Miss Earth 2002. Omwakwe was formally crowned as the new Miss Earth 2002 on August 7, 2003 at the Carousel Gardens in Mandaluyong City, Philippines.
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