Miss International Hungary

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Miss International Hungary
Motto Ambassadors of Peace and Beauty
Formation 1991
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Budapest
Location
Membership

Miss International
Miss Grand International

Face of Beauty International
Official language
Hungarian
Organizers
Tamas Czegledi
Dr. Szabolcs Gall
Gabor Szilagyi
Website Official website

Miss International Hungary is a national beauty contest for Miss International pageant.

History[edit]

In August 12, 2011 Miss International Hungary pageant began, and crowned the first titleholder, Nóra Virágh.[citation needed] It was run under organizers Tamas Czegledi, Dr. Szabolcs Gall and Gabor Szilagyi. The winner of Miss International Hungary was expected to be the Ambassador of Peace and Beauty of Hungary.[1][2] Between 1991 and 2004, Hungarian delegates were appointed by Mr. Adam Fasy Management. Blanka Bakos is the last representative from that organization.[citation needed]

On December 17, 2013 Brigitta Ötvös was the first titleholder who placed in Top 5 of the Miss International 2013 pageant. This is the highest placement result in beauty pageant history for Hungary.[3]

On May 16, 2015 Linda Szunai was appointed as Miss International Hungary by the Miss International Hungary Team.[citation needed]

This pageant is not related to Miss Universe Hungary or Miss World Hungary contests.

The 5th annual Miss International Hungary pageant was postponed for two months after Linda Szunai was appointed as Miss International Hungary 2015. The reigning title Miss International in fifth edition automatically competed in the 2016 Miss International beauty pageant.[citation needed]

Titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Hungary Placement Special Awards
2017 Rebeka Hartó TBA TBA
2016 Csillag Szabó Unplaced
2015 Linda Szunai Unplaced
2014 Dalma Karman Unplaced
2013 Brigitta Ötvös 3rd Runner-up
2012 Claudia Kozma Unplaced
2011 Nóra Virágh Unplaced
2004 Blanka Bakos Unplaced
1991 Kinga Czuczor Unplaced

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