Miss Guam

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Miss Guam
Formation 1966
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Hagåtña
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Miss International
Official language
English
President
Joyce Bamba
Website Official website

Miss Guam is a national beauty pageant in Guam.

History[edit]

Miss Guam identified was held for first time in 1966. The pageant will be selecting the winner for the Miss Universe and runners-up for the Miss International pageant.

Since 2001 Guam did not send at the Miss Universe pageant due to lack sponsorship from the event.

In 2008, the Miss Guam renamed as Miss Universe Guam and to choose representative for the Miss Universe and Miss International pageants. Since that year, Miss Universe Guam has two official licenses for the island. Meanwhile, the representative for Miss World is selected by Miss World Guam pageant since 2011.

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Guam Placement Special Awards
1966 Barbara Jean Perez Unplaced
1967 Hope Marie Navarro Alvarez Unplaced
1968 Arlene Vilma Chaco Unplaced
1969 Anita Johnston Unplaced
1970 Hilary Ann Best Top 15 Miss Congeniality
1971 Linda Mariano Avila Unplaced
1972 Patricia Alvárez Unplaced
1973 Beatrice Benito Unplaced
1974 Elizabeth Clara Tenorio Unplaced
1975 Deborah Lizama Naqui Unplaced
1976 Pilar Martha Laguana Unplaced
1977 Lisa Ann Caso Unplaced
1978 Mary Lois Sampson Unplaced
1979 Marie Cruz Unplaced
1980 Dina Singson Aportadera Unplaced
1981 Rebecca Arroyo Unplaced
1982 Patty Chong Kerkos 1st Runner-up Miss Prensa (Sponsor)
1983 Pamela Booth Unplaced
1984 Eleanor Benavente Unplaced
1985 Lucy Carbullido Montinola Unplaced Miss Congeniality
1986 Dina Reyes Salas Unplaced Miss Congeniality
1987 Teresa Torres Fisher Unplaced
1988 Liza Maria Camacho Unplaced Miss Congeniality
1989 Janiece Santos Unplaced
1990 Marcia Damian Unplaced
1991 Jevon Pellacani Unplaced
1992 Cheryl Debra Payne Unplaced
1993 Charlene Gumataotao Unplaced
1994 Christina Perez Unplaced
1995 Alia Tui Stevens Unplaced
1996 Aileen Maravilla Did not compete
1998 Joylyn Munoz Unplaced
1999 Tisha Elaine Heflin Did not compete
2000 Lisamarie Quinata Unplaced
2008 Siera Monique Robertson Unplaced
2009 Racine Manley Unplaced
2010 Vanessa Siguenza Torres Unplaced
2011 Shayna Jo Afaisen Unplaced
2012 Alyssa Cruz Aguero Unplaced
2013 Alixes Scott Unplaced
2014 Brittany Bell Unplaced
2016 Muñeka Taisipic Unplaced
2017 Myana Welch Unplaced

Representatives at Miss International[edit]

Guam has competed since 1964. There are four Miss Guam titleholders in 1979, 1982, 1988 and 1991 who awarded as Miss Friendship in Miss International history. Margaret Frances Glover (Miss International Guam 1967) is the only one Miss Guam who placed as the Top 15 at the Miss International pageant. Since 2010 the second title of Miss Guam automatically will compete at the Miss International pageant. On occasion, when the candidate does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, another girl is sent.

Year Miss Guam Placement Special Awards
1964 Doris Sablan Unplaced
1965 Bennett Ann Crisostomo Unplaced
1967 Margaret Frances Glover Top 15
1969 Mercedes Rosario Rubic Unplaced
1970 Flora C. Baza Unplaced
1971 Phyllis May Bost Unplaced
1972 Edna Maria Quintanilla Unplaced
1973 Elaine Marques Unplaced
1974 Roseann Janice Waller Unplaced
1975 Clarissa Perez Duenas Unplaced
1976 Thelma Zenaida Hechanova Unplaced
1977 Linda Sandlin Unplaced
1978 Carmen Blas Sablan Unplaced
1979 Vivian Elaine Indalecio Unplaced Miss Friendship
1980 Conchita Sannicolas Taitano Unplaced
1981 Cecilia Daga Diaz Unplaced
1982 Donna Lee Harmon Unplaced Miss Friendship
1983 Shannon Dilbeck Unplaced
1984 Eleanor Benavente Umagat Unplaced
1985 Teresa Artero Kasperbauer Unplaced
1986 Dina Ann Reyes Salas Unplaced
1987 Geraldine Dydasco Gumataotao Unplaced
1988 Liza Maria Camacho Unplaced Miss Friendship
1989 Janiece Annette Santos Unplaced
1990 Cassandra Lynn Calvo Unplaced
1991 Norma Jean Cepeda Unplaced Miss Friendship
1992 Lisa Marie Martin Unplaced
1994 Nadine Theresa Gogue Unplaced
1995 Marie Angelique Penrose Unplaced
1999 Lourdes Jeanette Rivera Unplaced
2000 LizaMarie Cabrera-Camacho Unplaced
2010 Lalaine Mercado Unplaced
2011 Katarina Maria Martinez Unplaced
2012 Chanel Cruz Jarrett Unplaced
2013 Lirone Veskler Unplaced
2015 Loriann Rabe Unplaced
2016 Annalyn Buan Unplaced
2018 Diliana Tuncap TBD

Notes[edit]

1974 Elizabeth Clara Tenoria appointed to represent Guam at the Miss World 1978 in London.

1997 Due to lack financial support, there was not Miss Guam competition.

1998 Joylyn Munoz previously declared as Miss World Guam in 1995. Later, she won Miss Guam title and competed at the Miss Universe 1998 in the United States.

1999 Tisha Heflin withdrew from the competition due to illness. It reported that she was pregnant but no records show this to be true.

2001 - 2007 no pageant.

2008 Siera Monique Robertson won the title of Miss World Guam 2011 and competed at Miss World 2011 pageant. Since 2011 Miss World Guam has independently created "Miss Guam World" pageant.

2014 Former Miss Arizona 2010, Brittany Bell was named Miss Congeniality in 2010.[1] Bell went on to compete in the Miss USA 2010 pageant held at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 16, 2010. Bell was crowned Miss Guam Universe 2014 and competed at Miss Universe 2014 but Unplaced.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brittany Bell is crowned MISS ARIZONA USA 2010". YouTube. 2009-11-17. Retrieved 2012-03-22. 

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