Miss Liberia

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Miss Liberia
Formation 1962
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Monrovia
Location
Membership
Miss World
Official language
English
Committee
Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT)[1]

Miss Liberia is a national beauty pageant for young Liberians in Liberia to compete at Miss World pageant.

History[edit]

Miss Liberia pageant was held for first time in 1962. The pageant is sponsored by Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT). Traditionally, the winner will represent Liberia at Miss World pageant. In 1974 - 1977 the winner represented the country at Miss Universe pageant. This pageant is not related to Miss Liberia U.S.A pageant.

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

The winner of Miss Liberia represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Year Miss Liberia International Placement Special Awards
Liberia 2015 TBD Philippines Miss Earth 2015 TBD TBD
Liberia 2012 Leda Knowlden Did not compete
Liberia 2010 Meenakshi Monica Subramani United Kingdom Miss World 2011 Unplaced
Liberia 2009 Shu-rina Rosie Wiah South Africa Miss World 2009 Unplaced
Liberia 2006 Patrice Daiemole Juah Poland Miss World 2006 Unplaced
Liberia 2005 Snoti Muna Forh China Miss World 2005 Unplaced
Liberia 1999 Sebah Esther Tubman United Kingdom Miss World 1999 4th Runner-up
Liberia 1998 Olivia Precious Cooper Seychelles Miss World 1998 Unplaced
Liberia 1988 Ollie White United Kingdom Miss World 1988 Unplaced
Liberia 1985 Sarah-Laurine Horton United Kingdom Miss World 1985 Unplaced
Liberia 1983 Annie Broderick United Kingdom Miss World 1983 Unplaced
Liberia 1977 Welma Campbell Dominican Republic Miss Universe 1977 Unplaced
Liberia 1976 Laurine Wede Johnson Hong Kong Miss Universe 1976 Unplaced
Liberia 1975 Aurelia Sancho El Salvador Miss Universe 1975 Unplaced
Liberia 1974 Maria Yatta Johnson Philippines Miss Universe 1974 Unplaced
Liberia 1972 Cecelia Armena King United Kingdom Miss World 1972 Unplaced
Liberia 1970 Florence Wiles United Kingdom Miss World 1970 Unplaced
Liberia 1969 Antionette Coleman United Kingdom Miss World 1969 Unplaced
Liberia 1968 Wilhelmina Nadieh Brownell United Kingdom Miss World 1968 Unplaced
Liberia 1965 Melvilla Harris United Kingdom Miss World 1965 Unplaced
Liberia 1964 Norma Dorothy Davis United Kingdom Miss World 1964 Top 15
Liberia 1963 Ethel Zoe Norman United Kingdom Miss World 1963 Top 15
Liberia 1962 Agnes Elizabeth Anderson United States Miss International 1962 Unplaced

Notes[edit]

  • 2012: Cellcom GSM Company has promised to sponsor the communication aspect of this year’s Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant expected to be hosted by CT. Com Liberia Incorporated. The organizers of the pageant have budgeted a little over US$98,000 for the program. Cellcom has promised to contribute US$22,000 to the budget for publicity. The GSM Company says it believes in the improvement of any Liberian, who believes in achieving results for the benefit of all Liberians.[2]
  • 2014: After absent at the beauty contest, Miss Liberia is back in 2014. The Steering Committee of the Miss Liberia Beauty Pageant has announced 11 stripes Incorporated as the company to organize the prestigious Miss Liberia 2013/2014 beauty pageant in Monrovia.[3]

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