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Miss Universe 2001
Denise Quinones interview (cropped).JPG
Miss Universe 2001, Denise Quiñones, pictured on set of a film at Homestead Air Reserve Base, 2006
DateMay 11, 2001
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueColiseo Rubén Rodríguez, Bayamón, Puerto Rico
BroadcasterCBS
Entrants77
Placements10
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerDenise Quiñones
 Puerto Rico
CongenialityNakera Simms
 Bahamas
Best National CostumeKim Sa-rang
 Korea
PhotogenicDenise Quiñones
 Puerto Rico
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Miss Universe 2001, the 50th anniversary of the Miss Universe pageant, was held on May 11, 2001 at the Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Denise Quiñones of Puerto Rico was crowned by Lara Dutta of India as her successor at the end of the event. 77 contestants competed in this year.


Miss Universe 2001 Titlecard

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 2001
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 10

Final Competition Score

Order of announcements

Top 10

  1.  Spain
  2.  Venezuela
  3.  Nigeria
  4.  Israel
  5.  Greece
  6.  India
  7.  Russia
  8.  United States
  9.  France
  10.  Puerto Rico

Top 5

  1.  India
  2.  Venezuela
  3.  Puerto Rico
  4.  Greece
  5.  United States

Contestants

Countries and territories which sent delegates and results for Miss Universe 2001

Notes

Awards

Other notes

  • The Parade of Nations followed the 1989 pageant in continental format and the delegates wore their national costumes.
  • Poland was supposed to be represented by the 1st runner-up of Miss Polonia, Malgorzata Rozniecka. Studies prevented her from going, and the organization picked another finalist, Monika Gruda. Later in September, Malgorzata Rozniecka won the Miss International pageant in Japan.
  • The organization invited Miss Russia 2001, Oxana Fedorova, to attend the pageant, but she was unable to compete due to studies and vowed to participate in 2002. Her 1st runner-up, Oxana Kalandyrets, competed instead and became a top 10 finalist. Fedorova would go on to win the following year's Miss Universe pageant, only to be dethroned and replaced with her runner-up four months later. [4]Kalandyrets sported the same evening gown that the Russian representative at Miss Universe 1997, Anna Baytchik, wore during Miss Universe 1997 preliminaries.
  • Miss Spain 2001, Lorena van Heerde Ayala, could not compete in the pageant because she was underage (17 at the time). Her 1st runner-up, Eva Sisó, replaced her. Lorena was supposed then to compete in Miss Universe 2002 as well, but after a threat of lawsuit against the Miss España Organization by her family side due to the breach of contract by the organization,[5] she cut all ties with the Miss España organization and lost the right to represent Spain in any international pageant.[6]
  • Juliana Borges of Brazil was heavily criticized after openly admitting to the media that she had undergone nineteen plastic surgeries, stating "It's like studying for a math exam and you get good grades... you study and you work hard to have the perfect body". Despite a public outcry she was still allowed to compete.[7]
  • Miss Vietnam 2000 Phan Thu Ngân was invited to participate the competition but she declined and married afterwards.

General references

  • West, Donald (ed.). "Miss Universe 2001". pageantopolis.com. Archived from the original on February 7, 2012.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)

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