Miss Grenada World

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Miss Grenada World
Formation 1964
Type beauty pageant
Headquarters St. George's
Miss World
Official language
Leader Jennifer Hosten
Affiliations Miss World Organization
Website Official Website

Miss Grenada World beauty pageant selects representatives for the Miss World pageant from Grenada, an island country in the Caribbean Sea. The winner receives nationwide media exposure, thousands of dollars in prizes, an all-expense paid trip to the Miss World contest and the opportunity to travel the world to act as an ambassador for various charitable causes.[1]

The 1970 winner of Miss Grenada World, Jennifer Hosten, went on to win the Miss World competition.[2]


Miss Grenada was held for first time in 1964. The competition is run as a franchise and organized by a committee. The event organizers strive to increase the skill level and confidence of young Grenadian women.

In 2007, Jennifer Hosten, Miss Grenada 1970, was granted the Miss Grenada World Franchise by the Miss World Organization. The event took place at Jenny's Place, a resort on the beach in Grand Anse and was sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism of Grenada and cosmetics company, Revlon.[1]


Bay St. George's, Grenada, where is located Jenny's Place, the headquarters in G.Ansedice, for Miss Grenada World.
Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists

The winner of Miss Grenada World represents her country at Miss World. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Year Miss Grenada Placement Special Awards Notes
2015 TBA China - TBA
2009 Tamara Lawrence Did not compete
2007 Vivian Burkhardt China - Top 17
1996 Aria Johnson India - Unplaced
1970 Jennifer Hosten United Kingdom - Miss World 1970
1964 Christine Hughes United States - Unplaced Competed in Miss Universe 1964


  1. ^ a b "Miss World Grenada". Press releases. Government of Grenada. Retrieved 17 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Pape, Gordon (Nov 21, 1970). "Cattle show: Miss Granada wins, Bob Hope loses". Ottawa Citizen. Retrieved 17 January 2011. 

External links[edit]

  1. Official Site
  2. Miss Grenada World, in 2007 - Vivian Burkhardt