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Miss Angola was founded in 1997, the same year it debuted in Miss World 1997 and the next year in Miss Universe 1998. It is a pageant held annually to select Angola's representative to Miss Universe and Miss World.
Miss Angola is Angola's national pageant which was founded in 1997, the winner competes in Miss Universe and in Miss World. Angola has competed at Miss Universe since 1998 and has had two top fifteen placements (2003 and 2004), a top ten placement (2007) and a Miss Universe in 2011,with Leila Lopes. It has had great success in Miss World as well, with three straight top 5/6 finishes from 2006-8: a first runner-up position with Micaela Reis (and Queen of Africa) in 2007 and a third runner-up (and Queen of Africa) with Brigith dos Santos in 2008, and a top 6 (and Queen of Africa) finish with Stiviandra Oliveira in 2006.
- Color key
- Declared as Winner
- Ended as runner-up
- Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
The winner of Miss Angola represents her country at Miss Universe. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. In 2004, Miss Angola 2003 took position for the first Angolan Representative at Miss International pageant. In 2006, Miss Angola 2005 did not compete at Miss Universe, due to minimum age recruitment, the 1st Runner-up took the title for replacing her at the pageant. In 2006-2007, Miss Angola winners also competed at Miss World pageant.
Miss Angola Mundo
The 1st Runner-up of Miss Angola represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the candidate does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, another girl is sent.
As of 2012, Comite Miss Angola has created a separate pageant called "Miss Angola Mundo" to select its representative for Miss World 2013. The pageant was held for the first time on August 24, 2012 in Luanda and the winner was Maria Castelo who will represent Angola in Miss World 2013 to be held in Indonesia in September 2013.
In 2014 Angola did not compete at the Miss World pageant.
|Year||Miss Angola Mundo||Placement|
|1997||Maria Cortez de Lemos||Miss World 1998 - Unplaced|
|1998||Lorena Silva||Miss World 1999 - Unplaced|
|1999||Deolinda Manuel Vilela||Miss World 2000 - Unplaced|
|2000||Alexandra Da Rocha||Miss World 2001 - Unplaced|
|2001||Rosa Mujinga Muxito||Miss World 2002 - Unplaced|
|2002||Celma Antunes Carlos||Miss World 2003 - Unplaced|
|2004||Silvia João de Deus||Miss World 2004 - Unplaced|
|2005||Ismenia Junior||Miss World 2005 - Unplaced|
|2007||Birgite dos Santos||Miss World 2008 - Top 5|
|2008||Nadia Silva||Miss World 2009 - Unplaced|
|2009||Ivanita Jones||Miss World 2010 - Unplaced|
|2010||Edmilza Santos||Miss World 2012 - Unplaced|
|2012||Maria Castelo||Miss World 2013 - Unplaced|
Miss Angola Supranational
In 2014 Miss Angola Supranational was handpicked and debuted at the Miss Supranational pageant.
|Year||Miss Angola Supranational||Placement|
|2014||Graciente Magalhães||Miss Supranational 2014 - Unplaced|
- "History". Comité Miss Angola. Retrieved 23 September 2007.
- "2004 Miss International beauty pageant". Life. September 30, 2004. Retrieved 3 March 2011.
- "Jurema Ferraz: Depois de Angola o Universo". O País. 15 July 2010. Retrieved 3 March 2011.
- "Leila Lopes crowned Miss Angola 2011". Angola Press Agency. December 18, 2010. Retrieved 18 December 2010.