Miss Universe 1990

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Miss Universe 1990
Miss Universe 1990 Map.PNG
Miss Universe 1990 participating nations and results
Date April 15, 1990
Presenters Dick Clark, Leeza Gibbons, Margaret Gardiner
Venue Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States
Broadcaster CBS
Entrants 71
Placements 10
Debuts Soviet Union
Withdrawals Belgium, Brazil, Curaçao, Haiti, Luxembourg, New Zealand, U.S. Virgin Islands
Returns Czechoslovakia
Winner Mona Grudt
 Norway
Congeniality Christiane Stocker
 Germany
Best National Costume Lizeth Mahecha
 Colombia
Photogenic Passaraporn Chaimongkol
 Thailand
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Miss Universe 1990, the 39th Miss Universe pageant, was held on April 15, 1990 at the Shubert Theatre in Los Angeles, California, USA. Mona Grudt of Norway was crowned by Angela Visser of Holland. Seventy one contestants competed for the title.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 1990
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 6
Top 10

Semifinalists' scores[edit]

Contestant Interview Swimsuit Evening Gown
 IndiaSuzanne Sablok 8.200 8.233 8.552
 ColombiaLizeth Mahecha 8.610 8.714 8.840
 Mexico – Marilé del Rosario Santiago 8.500 8.450 8.707
 Turkey – Jülide Ateş 8.079 8.139 8.200
 ChileUrania Haltenhoff 8.411 8.410 8.770
 Bolivia – Rosario del Pilar Rico Toro 8.439 8.498 8.600
 Czechoslovakia – Jana Hronkova 8.360 7.785 7.970
 VenezuelaAndreína Goetz 8.370 8.450 8.590
 USACarole Gist 8.509 8.299 8.630
 NorwayMona Grudt 8.760 8.922 8.989
     The contestant succeeded to the Top 6
     Top 3 highest scores on the said competition

Contestants[edit]

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