Miss Globe International

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Miss Globe International
Beauty Pageant
Founded 1925
Founder Charlie See
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Area served
International
Key people
Charlie See
Owner Rasim Aydin
Website Miss Globe International Official Website

Miss Globe International is an international beauty pageant group which holds annual events, usually in the eastern Turkey Mediterranean region.[1] Currently, Miss Globe pageant is produced with two versions annually by two separate organizations claiming to be the "official" organizers. The Miss Globe International is produced by RCA Global Entertainment Co. under Rasim Aydın. The Miss Globe International 2012 RCA Global Entertainment Co. held in Northern Cyprus, was won by Jakelyne Oliveira.[2][3]

History[edit]

The origins of the pageant are unclear, as are the number of Miss Globe events held. The organisation claims the pageant was founded in 1925.

The current organization was founded by Charlie See (1910-2007) in 1972 and registered in the Bureau of Patents and Trademarks of Washington DC in 1973.[4][5]

The organization also holds titles of numerous international branches such as Miss Globe Denmark, Miss Globe France, Miss Globe India, and more. Miss Globe International has a franchising network of 162 countries.[5] It owns the rights to various titles, including "Miss Globe", "Miss Globe International", "Miss Globe Beauty Pageant", and "Miss Globe Beauty".[citation needed]


Recent titleholders[edit]

  • Title holder from 1925 to 1987 are not included in the list
  • No Pageant Held (2013)
Year Country Miss Globe International Location Number of Entrants
2014  Australia Esma Voloder Baku, Azerbaijan 53
2012  Brazil Jakelyne Oliveira Nicosia, Northern Cyprus 41
2011  Norway Nina Elise Fjalestad Famagusta, Northern Cyprus 41
2010  Spain Yenifer Solis Duran Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus 42
2009  Algeria Samah Ghafez Durres, Albania 47
2008  Albania Almeida Abazi Tirana, Albania 37
2007  Brazil Helene Cristina Alves da Silva Tirana, Albania 43
2006  Venezuela Viviana Lisbeth Ramos Puma Saranda, Albania 41
2005  Slovakia Lucia Liptakova Tirana, Albania 43
2004  Russia Kristina Slavinskaya Durres, Albania 45
2003  Brazil Priscilla Meirelles de Almeida Antalya, Turkey 34
2002  United States Jennifer Schooler Istanbul, Turkey 18
2001  Philippines Maricar Manalaysay Balagtas Istanbul, Turkey 28
2000  Venezuela Joan Carolina Chópite Sute Girne, Turkey 29
1999  Turkmenistan Jana Tairova Istanbul, Turkey 34
1998  Estonia Karin Laasmae Istanbul, Turkey 37
1997  Czech Republic Petra Hlavacova Istanbul, Turkey 40
1996  United States Kimberly Lawrence Istanbul, Turkey 41
1995  Finland Minna Maki-Kala Istanbul, Turkey 42
1994  Australia Skye-Jilly Edwards Istanbul, Turkey 40
1993  Russia Polina Vikhovskaya Istanbul, Turkey 33
1992  Brazil Leila Schuister[6] Aspendos, Turkey -
1991  Finland Minna Kuukka Aspendos, Turkey 31
1990  Venezuela Yormery Ortega Sánchez Bursa, Turkey 26
1989   Switzerland Karina Berger Istanbul, Turkey 35
1988  Venezuela Yajaira Cristina Vera Roldán Bodrum, Turkey 29

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miss Globe International ©". www.missglobeinternational.com. Retrieved 2011-01-30. 
  2. ^ "MISS GLOBE INTERNATIONAL". Bayrak Radyo Televizyon Kurumu (in Turkish). Retrieved 26 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Taç Brezilya’nın". Haber Kibris (in Turkish). 2012-10-16. Retrieved 26 January 2013. 
  4. ^ "Miss Globe International". Beauty Tipshub. Retrieved 26 January 2013. Miss Globe International is ranked among the top international beauty pageants of the world. 
  5. ^ a b "About MISS GLOBE INTERNATIONAL". Miss Globe international. Retrieved 26 January 2013. 
  6. ^ http://www.missglobeinternational.com/history/1992

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