Miss International 2019

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Miss International 2019
DateNovember 12, 2019[1]
ThemeCheer All Women
VenueTokyo Dome City Hall, Tokyo, Japan
BroadcasterHost Broadcaster:
Co-host Broadcaster:
Entrants88
Debuts
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Miss International 2019 will be the 59th Miss International pageant, it will be held on November 12, 2019 at Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Mariem Velazco of Venezuela will crown her successor at the end of the event.

88 contestants from countries and territories will compete in this year's Miss International pageant.[2]

Background[edit]

Tokyo Dome City Hall at night, the venue of Miss International 2019.

On April 11, 2019, it was mentioned in the official Instagram and Facebook pages of Miss International that the 2019 pageant would be held in Tokyo Dome City Hall, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan, for the fourth consecutive year on Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Delegates will start arriving on October 25.[3][4]

Contestants[edit]

23 delegates have been confirmed.

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
Aruba Aruba Daniella Piazzi[5] 25 Oranjestad
Belarus Belarus Maria Perviy[6][designations 1] 22 Minsk
Belize Belize Selena Maria Urias[7][designations 2] 23 Belize City
Bonaire Bonaire Vera Ghazzouli[8] [designations 3] 24 Kralendijk
China China Wang Shengxu[9] 18 Jinan
Costa Rica Costa Rica Tamara Dal Maso[10][designations 4] 21 San José
Cuba Cuba Lia Neta Alvarez[11] 26 Havana
Czech Republic Czech Republic Andrea Prchalová[12] 19 Havlíčkův Brod
Ghana Ghana Princess Owusua Gyamfi[13] 25 Accra
Guam Guam Athena Eva McNinch[14][replacements 1] 22 Mangilao
Guatemala Guatemala María José Barrios Dubon[15] 24 Quiché
Indonesia Indonesia Jolene Marie Cholock-Rotinsulu[16] 22 Manado
Japan Japan Tomomi Okada Sevaldsen[17] 22 Tokyo
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Dasha Didar Atmaja[18][designations 5] 20 Almaty
Madagascar Madagascar Honnella Razanadrabe[19] 25 Antananarivo
Mauritius Mauritius Nidhishwaree Ruchpaul[20] 20 Pamplemousses
Mexico Mexico Andrea Toscano[21][designations 6] 21 Manzanillo
Nepal Nepal Meera Kakshapati[22] 24 Bhaktapur
Nigeria Nigeria Queen Alice Duke[23][designations 7] 23 Lagos
Slovakia Slovak Republic Alica Ondrášová[24] 23 Bratislava
Taiwan Taiwan Joyce Yi Shu-Chiu[25] 26 Tainan
Uruguay Uruguay Betina Margni Vilas[26][designations 8] 25 Montevideo
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Tamila Xodjayeva Sparrow[27] 27 Tashkent

Upcoming National Pageants[edit]

Country/Territory Date
 Myanmar May 31, 2019[28]
 Denmark June 1, 2019[29]
 Gibraltar June 1, 2019[30]
 France June 2, 2019[31]
 Philippines June 9, 2019[32]
 United Kingdom June 9, 2019[33]
 Italy June 10, 2019[34]
 Northern Marianas June 15, 2019[35]
 South Africa June 16, 2019[36]
 Ecuador July 20, 2019[37]
 Finland June 24, 2019[38]
 Panama June 27, 2019[39]
 Australia June 28, 2019
 United States June 30, 2019 [40]
 Paraguay June, 2019
 Singapore June, 2019[41]
 Venezuela June, 2019
 Bolivia July 6, 2019[42]
 India July 14, 2019[43]
 Dominican Republic July 20, 2019
 Portugal July 27, 2019[44]
 El Salvador July 28, 2019[45]
 Canada July, 2019
 Korea July, 2019
 Moldova July, 2019[46]
 New Zealand July, 2019
 Peru July, 2019[47]
 South Sudan July, 2019[48]
 Argentina August 1, 2019
 Brazil August 1, 2019
 Honduras August 1, 2019
 Netherlands August 1, 2019
 Spain August 1, 2019
 Thailand August 1, 2019
 Curaçao August 3, 2019
 Sri Lanka August 13, 2019[49]
 Norway August 15, 2019[50]
 Puerto Rico August, 2019
 Vietnam August, 2019
 Sweden September 1, 2019
 Ukraine September 2019[51]

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

Returns[edit]

Last competed in 1999:

Last competed in 2005:

Last competed in 2012:

Last competed in 2013:

Last competed in 2015:

Last competed in 2016:

Last competed in 2017:

Designations[edit]

  1. ^ BELARUS — Maria Perviy was appointed by National School of Beauty Team, the official new license holder of Miss International in Belarus. Perviy placed as the Top 10 finalist at the Miss Belarus 2018.
  2. ^ BELIZE — Selena Urias was appointed to represent Belize at Miss International pageant, by Enrique De Leon, the national director of Miss Belize National Pageant.
  3. ^ BONAIRE — Vera Ghazzouli was appointed Miss International Bonire 2019 by Carlos Lopez Natera, the managing director of Tops International Bonaire and the franchise holder of Miss International in Bonaire
  4. ^ COSTA RICA — Tamara Dal Maso was appointed to represent Costa Rica at Miss International 2019, by Reinas de Costa Rica Organization.
  5. ^ KAZAKHSTAN — Dasha Dirda Atmaja was appointed to represent Kazakhstan at Miss International pageant, organized by "Princess of Kazakhstan", the franchise holders for Miss International in Kazakhstan. Atmaja was 1st runner-up in the Miss Almaty 2018 contest, where she earned to represent Kazakhstan at Miss Asia Pacific International 2018 pageant and got placed Top 20.
  6. ^ MEXICO – Andrea Toscano was appointed as Miss International Mexico 2019, by Lupita Jones the President of Mexicana Universal pageant. Toscano represented Mexico in Miss Universe 2018 but unplaced.[citation needed]
  7. ^ NIGERIA — Alice Duke was appointed to represent Nigeria at Miss International pageant, by Daniel Opuene, the national director of Beauty of African International Pageant.
  8. ^ URUGUAY — Betina Margni Vilas was appointed to represent Uruguay at Miss International pageant, by Leti Fernandez Feijoo, the national director of Miss Uruguay International Pageant.

Replacements[edit]

  1. ^ GUAM — Kirsten Lydia, Miss International Guam 2019, was replaced by Athena Eva McNinch by Joyce Bamba, the license holder for Miss International of Miss Guam after Lydia did not meet the minimum age requirements for Miss International pageant. McNinch was crowned as Miss Guam 2018 and later competed at Miss Universe 2018 where she get unplaced.

Crossovers[edit]

Contestants who previously competed or will be competing at other international beauty pageants: