Miss Albania

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Not to be confused with Miss Shqipëria. ‹See Tfd›
Miss & Mister Albania
Formation 1991
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Tirana
Location Albania Albania
Membership Miss World
Official language
Albanian
Leader Vera Grabocka
Website [1]

Miss Albania is the first national beauty pageant for women in Albania. The pageant is not related to Miss Universe Albania, Miss Shqipëria or Miss Shqiptarja.

History[edit]

  • Since the early 1990s: The winner represents Albania in Miss World.
  • From 2002-2006: The winner competed at Miss Universe and Runner-up for Miss World.
  • In 2007: The licensee was given to Miss Universe head photographer, Fadil Berisha. Also in 2007, Vera Grabocka was given the licensee to select the representative to Miss World and Mr. World. She renamed the pageant to "Mister & Miss Albania".

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Albania Notes
1991 Valbona Selimllari
1992 Sidorela Kola
1993 Ilda Reka
1994 Monika Zguro
1995 Hygerta Sako
1999 Venera Mustafa
2000 Gentiana Ramadani
2001 Anisa Kospiri Miss Universe 2002 Top 10
2003 Denisa Kola
2004 Agnesa Vuthaj
2005 Suada Sherifi
2007 Egla Harxhi
2009 Aurela Hoxha Replaced by Armina Mevlani because she had been married,[1] subsequently became host of Albania's Next Top Model
2010 Arnita Beqiraj
2011 Isi Topçiu-Ulaj Appointed, 3rd-Runner Up at Mister & Miss Albania 2010 pageant
2012 Ersela Kurti
2014 TBA

Miss Albania at International pageants[edit]

Miss World Albania[edit]

The winner or sometimes runner-up of Miss Albania will compete at Miss World. In 2002-2005 before creation Miss Universe Albania pageant, the official winner will compete at Miss Universe.

Year Miss World Albania Placement Special awards
United Kingdom 2002 Anjeza Maja Unplaced
China 2003 Denisa Kola Unplaced
China 2004 Agnesa Vuthaj Unplaced
Poland 2006 Suada Sherifaj Unplaced
China 2007 Elda Dushi Unplaced
South Africa 2008 Egla Harxhi Unplaced
South Africa 2009 Armina Mevlani Unplaced
China 2010 Arnita Beqiraj Unplaced
United Kingdom 2011 Isi Topçiu-Ulaj Unplaced
China 2012 Floriana Garo Unplaced
Indonesia 2013 Ersela Kurti Unplaced
United Kingdom 2014 TBA

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