Miss Globe International

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Miss Globe International
Formation1925; 99 years ago (1925)
FounderAlen Mouradian
TypeBeauty pageant
Headquarters
  • Albania - Deliart Association (The Miss Globe)
  • Canada - Miss Globe Group Inc. (Miss Globe)
  • Turkey - Miss Globe International (Miss Globe International)
Current titleholder
Manvin Khera (Malaysia)
Key people
  • Petri Bozo (The Miss Globe)
  • Albert Xhaferri (Miss Globe)
  • Rasim Aydin (Miss Globe International)
Website

Miss Globe is the world's oldest major international beauty contest[citation needed], ranked seventh in the world for women at the international level, held annually since 1925 under the name Dream Girl International or Boston Globe. By 1975, it was renamed Miss Globe. The contest is officially headquartered in Albania.

The current Miss Globe is Manvin Khera of Malaysia who was crowned on November 17, 2023 in Durrës, Albania.[1][2]

History[edit]

The first winner of Miss Globe International called "Dream Girl International" in 1925 was identified as Alma F. Cavagnaro from the United States. Miss Globe originated from a competition held at the Emek Cinema in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul in 1925. It was conceived by one of the cinema's directors, Alen Mouradian, and organized to increase the interest of cinema audiences. Arak Çetin became the owner of the crown and the first Miss Globe title. However, newspapers and magazines wrote news that the competition was unfair. On that basis, they argue that Arak Çetin was favored not because of his beauty and knowledge but because he worked as a showman in the cinema. Fearing that this campaign against the cinema would be commercially damaging to the cinema, the operators announced that they were abandoning the competition at the end of the one-week period after the competition was announced.[citation needed]

The crown and title were given to Çetin bypassing Mouradian who went to the United States soon after this event and settled in New Hampshire. He again organized the Miss Globe contest at the models' ball, symbolizing the arrival of spring in Winnipesauke. At this competition, Alma Cavagnaro became the first winner of the crown and title of Miss Globe. The first official trademark registration of the Miss Globe Beauty Contest to the Turkish Patent and Trademark Registration Office was made in 1950. The contest was organized by the international film business RCA. registration, which over time became a traditional contest. In 1975, Charlie See bought the Miss Globe franchise after Mouradian died.[citation needed]

See See announced that he would reorganize the Miss Globe International contest in Türkiye. A grand final competition was held under the leadership of Süha Özgermi. The competition was held at outdoor dance stage called Halikarnas in the Bodrum district of Muğla. After that day, Miss Globe International evolved into a business pageant on a global scale by holding national pageants both in Turkey and other countries and with a final pageant international in which girls are considered worthy of degrees. in these competitions to participate. [3]

The three Miss Globe pageants are a spin-off from the original pageant, founded by See and Mouradian. Miss Globe was registered in the Bureau of Patents and Trademarks of Washington, D.C. in 1925.[4][5]

Currently, Miss Globe is produced simultaneously by three organizations. The Miss Globe was first known to the public in 1925 with the name Dream Girl International. In 2010, the pageant was split into three organizations. Miss Globe International, based in Turkey, is produced annually (currently inactive event)[when?] by RCA Global Entertainment Co. and organized by Rasim Aydın.[6] Miss Globe based in Albania is organised by the Deliart Association and produced by Petri Bozo.[7][8]

In 1975, Charlie See acquired the Miss Globe franchise after Alen death. He announced that he would reorganize the Miss Globe International contest in Turkey. A final competition was held under the chairmanship of Süha Özgermi. This competition was held at the open-air dance stage called Halikarnas in the Bodrum district of Muğla. After that date, Miss Globe International raised the bar to a business competition on a global scale, by organizing national competitions in both Turkey and other countries and with a finalist competition internationally in which girls are considered degree-worthy to participate in the said contest.[9]

In 2016, a third organizer, Miss Globe Group Inc. based in Ontario, Canada also started to organize an annual Miss Globe pageant headed by Albert Xhaferri and Dickson Nomad Gods.

The following are the countries that won multiple crowns if the 3 Miss Globe International organizations combined before it was splitted into three organization and these are the Philippines won 5 crowns, Venezuela and US won 4 crowns in total, Brazil won 3 crowns, while Albania, Germany, Canada, Australia, Russia, Czech Republic and Dominican Republic won a total of 2 crowns. And countries that won 1 crown in total are Switzerland, Algeria, Romania, Lithuania, Slovakia, Peru, Turkey, France, Argentina, Estonia, Turkmenistan, Spain, Norway, India, Vietnam, China, Mexico, Kosovo and Malaysia.

The Miss Globe[edit]

The following are the winners of The Miss Globe pageant arranged by Deliart association since 2004:

Year Country/Territory The Miss Globe Place of Pageant Entrants
2023  Malaysia Manvin Khera[10][11][12][13][14][15] Durrës, Albania 51
2022  Dominican Republic Anabel Payano Tirana, Albania 49
2021  Philippines Maureen Montagne 50
2020  Kosovo Lorinda Kolgeci 42
2019  Mexico Alejandra Diaz de Leon Ulcinj, Montenegro 46
2018  China Janero Esdrelon Tirana, Albania 45
2017  Vietnam Đỗ Trần Khánh Ngân 53
2016  India Dimple Patel 43
2015  Philippines Ann Lorraine Colis Toronto, Canada 38
2014  Canada Jacqueline Wojciechowski Tirana, Albania 40
2013  Romania Bianca Maria Paduraru 36
2012  Albania Kleoniki Delijorgji 43
2011  Germany Stephanie Alice 41
2010  Lithuania Jonathan Tundag 40
2009  Algeria Samah Gahfaz Durrës, Albania 47
2008  Albania Almeda Abazi 37
2007  Brazil Helen Da Silva 40
2006  Venezuela Viviana Ramos 41
2005  Slovakia Lucia Liptakova 41
2004  Russia Kristina Slavinskaya 44

Country/Territory by number of wins[edit]

Country/Territory Total Years
 Philippines
2
2015, 2021
 Albania 2008, 2012
 Malaysia
1
2023
 Dominican Republic 2022
 Kosovo 2020
 Mexico 2019
 China 2018
 Vietnam 2017
 India 2016
 Canada 2014
 Romania 2013
 Germany 2011
 Lithuania 2010
 Algeria 2009
 Brazil 2007
 Venezuela 2006
 Slovakia 2005
 Russia 2004

Miss Globe[edit]

The following are the winners of Miss Globe pageant arranged by Miss Globe Group Inc. since 1974:

Year Country/Territory Miss Globe Place of Pageant Entrants
2018  United States Alyssha Shanks Beijing, China 48
2017  Canada Kara Granger 23
2016  United States Mary Ryelle Espiritu Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic 10
2015  Philippines Ann Colis Toronto, Canada 38
2014  Canada Jacqueline Wojciechowsk Tirana, Albania 40
2013  Romania Bianca Maria Padurara 36
2012  Albania Kleoniki Delijorgji 43
2011  Germany Stephanie Ziolko 41
2010  Lithuania Laura Urbonaite 40
2009  Algeria Samah Gahfaz Durres, Albania 47
2008  Albania Almeda Abazi 37
2007  Brazil Helen Da Silva 40
2006  Venezuela Viviana Lisbeth Ramos Puna 41
2005  Slovakia Lucia Liptakova 41
2004  Russia Kristina Slavinskaya 44
2003  Germany Lena Kwasow United States Of America 34
2002  United States Jennifer Schooler Istanbul, Turkey 18
2001  Philippines Maricar Balagtas
2000  Venezuela Joan Carolina Chópite Sute
1999  Turkmenistan Jana Tairova 34
1996  Czech Republic Petra Hlavacova 41
1994  Australia Skye-Jilly Edwards 40
1991  Finland Minna Kuukka Aspendos, Turkey 31
1974  France Donna Clark Unknown

Country/Territory by number of wins[edit]

Country/Territory Total Years
 United States
3
2002, 2016, 2018
 Canada
2
2014, 2017
 Philippines 2001, 2015
 Albania 2008, 2012
 Germany 2003, 2011
 Venezuela 2000, 2006
 Romania
1
2013
 Lithuania 2010
 Algeria 2009
 Brazil 2007
 Slovakia 2005
 Russia 2004
 Turkey 1996
 Czech Republic 1996
 Australia 1994
 Finland 1991
 France 1974

Miss Globe International[edit]

The following are original titleholders of Miss Globe International beauty contest before the pageant was split into 3 organizations in 2010:

Year Country/Territory Miss Globe International Venue Entrants
Stop organizing the contest
2014  Australia Esma Voloder Baku, Azerbaijan 53
2013 No competition
2012  Brazil Jakelyne Oliveira Famagusta, Northern Cyprus 41
2011  Norway Nina Elisa Fjalestad 41
2010  Spain Yenifer Solis Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus 40
2003  Brazil Priscilla Meirelles Antalya, Turkey 78
2002  United States Jennifer Schooler Istanbul, Turkey 77
2001  Philippines Maricar Balagtas 76
2000  Venezuela Joan Carolina Chópite Sute Girne, Turkey 75
1999  Albania Valbona Selimllari Istanbul, Turkey 74
1998  Estonia Karin Laasmae 73
1997  Czech Republic Petra Hlavacova 72
1996  United States Kimberly Lawrence 71
1995  Finland Minna Mäki-Kala 70
1994  Australia Skye-Jilly Edwards 69
1993  Russia Polina Vikhovskaya Istanbul, Turkey 68
1992  Argentina Laura Verónica Rafael Aspendos, Turkey 67
1991  Finland Minna Kuukka 66
1990  Venezuela Yormery Ortega Sánchez Bursa, Turkey 65
1989  Switzerland Karina Berger Istanbul, Turkey 64
1988  Venezuela Yajaira Cristina Vera Roldan Bodrum, Turkey 63

Country/Territory number of wins[edit]

Country/Territory Total Year
 Venezuela
3
1988, 1990, 2000
 Australia
2
1994, 2014
 Finland 1991, 1995
 United States 1996, 2002
 Philippines 2001, 2016
 Brazil 2003, 2012
  Switzerland
1
1989
 Argentina 1992
 Russia 1993
 Czech Republic 1997
 Estonia 1998
 Albania 1999
 Spain 2010
 Norway 2011

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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