Miss Georgia (country)

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Miss Georgia
მის საქართველო
Mis Sakartvelo
Formation 2003
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Tbilisi
Location
Membership
Miss World
Miss Universe
Official language
Georgian
Organizer
IC Model Management
Website missgeorgia.ge

Miss Georgia (Georgian: მის საქართველო, Mis Sakartvelo) is an annual national beauty pageant responsible for selecting Georgia's representatives to the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.

History[edit]

Georgia has participated in international pageants since 2003 when it made its debut in Miss World in China. Traditionally, the winner of Miss Georgia has gone to Miss World since 2003.

In 2004 Georgia was debuted at the Miss Universe with Nino Murtazashvili. The 1st Runner-up of Miss Georgia is sent to Miss Universe.

Since 2012 the winner competes at the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.

Titleholders[edit]

The winner of Miss Georgia represents Georgia at the Miss World pageant while the runner-up goes to Miss Universe.

Year Miss Georgia Georgian Name
2003 Irina Onashvili ირინა ონაშვილი
2004 Salome Chikviladse სალომე ჩიკვილაძე
2005 Salome Khelashvili სალომე ხელაშვილი
2006 Nino Kalandadze ნინო კალანდაძე
2007 Tamar Nemsitsveridze* თამარ ნემსიწვერიძე
2008 Khatuna Skhirtladze ხათუნა სხირტლაძე
2009 Tsira Suknidze ცირა სუქნიძე
2010 Dea Arakishvili დეა არაყიშვილი
2011 Janeta Kerdikoshvili ჟანეტ ქერდიყოშვილი
2012 Tamar Shedania თამარ შედანია
2013 Ana Zubashvili ანა ზუბაშვილი
2015 TBA TBA
  • Tamar Nemsitsveridze was the 2nd Runner-up in Miss Georgia 2007. She is considered Miss Georgia 2007, because the winner and the 1st runner-up were dethroned.
  • Miss Georgia 2013 was actually held in 2014 as the pageant was postponed from December 2013 to the following year.

Titleholders[edit]

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

Representatives at Miss World[edit]

The winner of Miss Georgia represents Georgia at the Miss World pageant.

Year Miss Georgia Georgian Name Placement Special Awards
2003 Irina Onashvili ირინა ონაშვილი China 2003 - Top 20 Best Talent
2004 Salome Chikviladse სალომე ჩიკვილაძე China 2004 - Unplaced
2005 Salome Khelashvili სალომე ხელაშვილი China 2005 - Unplaced
2006 Nino Kalandadze ნინო კალანდაძე Poland 2006 - Unplaced
2007 Tamar Nemsitsveridze* თამარ ნემსიწვერიძე China 2007 - Unplaced
2008 Khatuna Skhirtladze ხათუნა სხირტლაძე South Africa 2008 - Unplaced
2009 Tsira Suknidze ცირა სუქნიძე South Africa 2009 - Unplaced
2010 Dea Arakishvili დეა არაყიშვილი China 2010 - Unplaced
2011 Janeta Kerdikoshvili ჟანეტ ქერდიყოშვილი United Kingdom 2011 - Unplaced
2012 Salome Khomeriki* სალომე ხომერიკი China 2012 - Unplaced
2013 Tamar Shedania ლიკა მეტრეველი Indonesia 2013 - Unplaced
2014 Ana Zubashvili ანა ზუბაშვილი United Kingdom 2014 - Unplaced
2015 TBA TBA China 2015 - TBA
  • Salome Khomeriki was the 1st Runner-up in Miss Georgia 2011. She was replaced by Tamar Shedania due to schedule time of Miss World competition.

Representatives at Miss Universe[edit]

The winner or sometimes 1st Runner-up of Miss Georgia represents Georgia at the Miss Universe pageant.

Year Miss Georgia Georgian Name Placement Special Awards
2003 Nino Murtazashvili ნინო მურთაზაშვილი Ecuador 2004 - Unplaced
2004 Rusudan Bochoidze რუსუდან ბოჩოიძე Thailand 2005 - Unplaced
2005 Ekaterine Buadze ეკატერინე ბუაძე United States 2006 - Unplaced
2006 Ana Giorgelashvili ანა გიორგელაშვილი Mexico 2007 - Unplaced
2007 Gvantsa Daraselia გვანცა დარასელია Vietnam 2008 - Unplaced
2008 Lika Orjonikidze ლიკა ორჯონიკიძე The Bahamas 2009 - Unplaced
2009 Nanuka "Nana" Gogichaishvili ნანუკა გოგიჩაიშვილი United States 2010 - Unplaced
2010 Eka Gurtskaia[1] ეკა ღურწკაია Brazil 2011 - Unplaced
2012 Tamar Shedania თამარ შედანია United States 2012 - Unplaced
2013 Janeta Kerdikoshvili ჟანეტ ქერდიყოშვილი Russia 2013 - Withdrew
2014 Ana Zubashvili ანა ზუბაშვილი United States 2014 - Unplaced
2015 TBA TBA 2015 - TBA
  • Janeta Kerdikoshvili did not participate because of unexpected health problems. The official statement about her withdrawal was announced by Miss Georgia Organization.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss Georgia 2010". angel.ge. September 21, 2010. Retrieved 23 October 2010. Eka Gurtskaya, ეკა ღურწკაია, to Miss Universe 2011. 

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