Miss Barbados World

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Miss Barbados World
Formation 1974
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Bridgetown
Miss World
Official language
National Director
Leah Marville

Miss Barbados World beauty pageant selects representatives for the Miss World pageant from Barbados.


The current Miss Barbados World Pageant franchise holder is Stephanie Chase. Before that the Franchise holder was Cortez Blacket, Stephanie Chase herself is a former Miss Barbados 2001 who won the talent portion at the Miss World contest in South Africa that year and later a five-year record contract. As of 2011, Stephanie Chase handed over the Miss Barbados World franchise to Leah Marville.

Notable finishes[edit]

The only Miss Barbados to date that has become a 'top ten finalist' was "Linda Yvonne Fields" when she placed number eight over-all in "1974" Miss World Contest held at 'Royal Albert hall, London, England.

In 2004 Kennifer Marius was placed 3rd in the Talent Competition behind Antigua and Barbuda, and China.

Stephanie Chase, Miss Barbados World 2001, won the first inaugural Miss World Talent Award. This led to Ms. Chase receiving a five-year contract from AMI/ Sony CEO Eliot Cohen. She recorded in the United Kingdom. A UK tour also in the United Kingdom circa: 2003.

In 1974, Linda Yvonne Field represented Barbados in the Miss World Contest at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. Linda Fields was a semi-finalist/finalist in that year's pageant making it to the top 10 and placed number eight in the Miss World 1974 contestant. Subsequently, Miss Linda fields has thus far been the only Miss Barbados to place in the top 10 or top 20. The only Miss Barbados after this that was predicted/projected to place was the Miss Barbados 2009 'Leah Marville'.


Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Barbados World Placement at Miss World Notes
1974 Linda Yvonne Field Top 10
1975 Peta Hazel Greaves
1983 Nina McIntosh-Clarke
1984 Gale Angela Thomas
1985 Elizabeth Dana Wadman
1986 Roslyn Irene Williams
1987 Dawn Michelle Waithe
1988 Ferida Kola
1990 Cheryl Jean Brewster
1995 Rashi Holder
2000 Leilani McConney
2001 Stephanie Francelia Chase Miss World Talent
2002 Natalie Webb Howell
2003 Racquel Olivia Wilkinson
2004 Kennifer Marius
2005 Marielle Chetham Onyeche
2006 LaToya Tamara McDowald
2008 Natalie Olivia Griffith Top 16 Miss World Talent
2009 Leah Marville Queen of Caribbean
People's Choice Award
2010 Danielle Bishop[1]
2011 Taisha Carrington
2012 Marielle Wilkie
2013 Regina Ramjit
2014 Zoé Trotman The People's Choice Award (Top 10)
2015 Jeaniva Strohensky Did not compete

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