Miss World 1990
Miss World 1990 Titlecard
8 November 1990
Peter Marshall and Michelle Rocca
Jason Donovan and Richard Clayderman
London Palladium, London, UK
Bermuda, Republic of China, Ecuador, Guyana, Malaysia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Uganda
Barbados, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Cook Islands, Egypt, India, Madagascar, Uruguay
Countries and territories which sent delegates and results
Miss World 1990, the 40th edition of the Miss World pageant was held on 8 November 1990 in the London Palladium, London, United Kingdom. The winner was Gina Tolleson, representing the United States. She was crowned by Miss World 1989, Aneta Beata Kreglicka of Poland.
Results [ edit ]
Placements [ edit ]
Special awards [ edit ]
Continental Queens [ edit ]
Order of announcements [ edit ]
7. New Zealand
Contestants [ edit ]
Continental groups order [ edit ]
Africa, Asia and Oceana
Papua New Guinea
Americas and Caribbean Islands
American Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
Trinidad & Tobago
National pageant notes [ edit ]
Returning countries and debuts [ edit ]
Romania competed in Miss World for the first time after the Miss World Organization allowed the nation to compete after a 24-year Revolution
Madagascar last competed in 1974
Brazil last competed in 1987
Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Cook Islands, Egypt, India and Uruguay last competed in 1988
Withdrawals and nations not competing [ edit ]
Republic of China and Swaziland failed to send delegates to Miss World this year
Ecuador and Malaysia failed to send their delegates due to lack of sponsorship
Lebanon did not compete in Miss World due to a civil war
Crossovers [ edit ]
Miss Universe [ edit ]
Miss Universe 1989: Trinidad & Tobago
Miss Universe 1990: Aruba, Belize, Egypt, France, Germany (Miss Amity), Nigeria and Turkey (Top 10)
Miss Universe 1991: Belgium, Cayman Islands, Curaçao (Top 10), Ghana, Ireland (Miss Photogenic), Namibia and United Kingdom
Miss Universe 1992: Kenya
Miss International [ edit ]
Historical significance [ edit ]
The preliminary swimsuit competition was held in
(United States) married celebrity star Gina Tolleson Alan Thicke, later divorced. She had been 1st runner-up in the Miss USA 1990 pageant as Miss South Carolina USA. She co-hosted Miss World 1991 with Peter Marshall.
Brenda Marte (Dominican Republic) came from the Dominican community in Queens, New York, United States.
Sarah Yeats (Gibraltar) and Priscilla Leimgruber (Switzerland) did not compete in Miss Universe 1991. Gibraltar lost its franchise with the Miss Universe Organization, while Miss Switzerland fell ill and withdrew at the last minute.
Karina Brown (Australia) is currently a hostess in various local television programs.
Ivona Brnelić (Yugoslavia) has lived and worked in London with some prominent celebrities like Tina Turner and Cher. The Miss Universe Organization did not allow
(Venezuela) to participate in Sharon Luengo Miss Universe 1991 for being the 2nd runner-up to Miss World 1990. The Parade of Nations was arranged in alphabetical order, within each continental region: Africa, Asia & Oceania, Americas, Caribbean and Europe.
7 out of 10 countries which made it into the semi-finals, were not in the semi-finals last year:
Turkey (1976), Finland (1984), Jamaica (1985), New Zealand (1986), Holland (1987) and Venezuela (1988). Aruba (first time since its debut in 1964).
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