Miss St. Lucia

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Miss St. Lucia
Motto Beautiful and Talented
Formation 1975
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Castries
Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss Earth
Official language
National Director
Tara Edward
St. Lucia Management
Website Official page

Miss St. Lucia is a national beauty pageant that selects St. Lucia's representative to the Miss Universe pageant.


In 1975 and 1977 Saint Lucia debut at the Miss World and Miss Universe contests in under Miss Universe & Miss World St. Lucia Management. While Miss St. Lucia has split to two national contest as "Miss Universe St. Lucia" and "Miss World St. Lucia" in 2006-2010. Beginning in 2011, St. Lucia returns to select the official winner to the Miss Universe and runner-up to the Miss World.[1]

Along with Miss Universe and Miss World title in St. Lucia, Miss Earth in St. Lucia also becomes the most prestigious title. In 2005 there is Miss Earth St. Lucia Foundation who will select the winner to the Miss Earth contest.

Nowadays St. Lucia competes in only Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Earth.


In 2013 According to the official candidate from St. Lucia, Oneka McKoy who was crowned in second place in 2012 did not compete at Miss World 2013 in Bali, Indonesia, due to maximum age recruitment.


Year Miss Saint Lucia Notes
2015 In progress
2014 Roxanne Didier Nicholas Competed in Miss Universe 2014
2012 Tara Edward Competed in Miss Universe 2012
2011 Joy-Ann Biscette Competed in Miss Universe 2011
2010 Aiasha Tierra Gustave Competed in Miss World 2010
2007 Yoanna Henry Competed in Miss Universe 2007
2006 Tamalisa Jn Baptiste Competed in Miss World 2006
2005 Joy Matty Competed in Miss World 2005
2004 Sascha Andrew-Rose Competed in Miss Universe 2006
1994 Yasmin Walcott Competed in Miss World 1994
1977 Iva Lua Mendes Competed in Miss Universe 1977
1975 Sophia St. Omer Competed in Miss World 1975

List of Miss St. Lucia at International pageants[edit]

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Universe Miss World Miss Earth
1975 Sophia St. Omer (Top 15)
1977 Iva Lua Mendes
1994 Yasmine Walcott
2004 Sascha Andrew-Rose
2005 Joy Matty Gabrielle Fitz
2006 Sascha Andrew-Rose Tamalisa Jn Baptiste Cathy Daniel (Top 16)
2007 Yoanna Henry Oneka McKoy
2008 Joy-Ann Biscette
2010 Aiasha Rebecca Gustave (Top 25)
2011 Joy-Ann Biscette
2012 Tara Edward
2014 Roxanne Didier Nicholas Francillia Austin


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