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Miss Universe 2013
María Gabriela Isler cropped.jpg
Gabriela Isler, Miss Universe 2013
DateNovember 9, 2013[a]
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueCrocus City Hall, Krasnogorsk, Moscow, Russia
BroadcasterInternational:
Official broadcaster:
Entrants86
Placements16
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerGabriela Isler
 Venezuela
CongenialityJin Ye
 China
Best National CostumeNastassja Bolívar
 Nicaragua
PhotogenicPaulina Krupińska
 Poland
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Miss Universe 2013 was the 62nd Miss Universe pageant, held at the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk, Moscow, Russia on November 9, 2013.[1][2]

At the end of the event, Olivia Culpo of the United States crowned Gabriela Isler of Venezuela as Miss Universe 2013. It is Venezuela's seventh victory, the second-most in the pageant's history.[3]

Contestants from 86 countries and territories competed in this year's pageant. The pageant was hosted by Thomas Roberts and Mel B, with Jeannie Mai as backstage correspondent.[4][5] Russian singer Emin Agalarov, American pop rock band Panic! at the Disco, and American singer-songwriter Steven Tyler performed in this year's pageant.[6][7][8]

Background

Crocus City Hall, the venue for Miss Universe 2013.

Location and date

In May 2013, the Miss Universe Organization was in talks to host the 2013 edition of the competition in Russia after Emin Agalarov, son of Aras Agalarov and vice-president of Crocus Group, filmed his latest music video in Los Angeles with Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo as his co-star. Paula Shugart, top executive of Miss Universe at that time, raised the idea of hosting the 2013 edition of the pageant in Russia. Agalarov promptly agreed to pay $20 million in exchange for Trump bringing the 2013 Miss Universe competition to Russia. After four weeks of Emin Agalarov's video shoot with Culpo, Trump agreed that the pageant will be held in Moscow at the Crocus City complex, which is owned by the Agalarov family.[9]

On June 16, 2013, during the Miss USA 2013 pageant in Las Vegas, Donald Trump, owner of the Miss Universe Organization, and Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo announced that the Miss Universe 2013 pageant will take place in Moscow, Russia on November 9, 2013.[2][10] The announcement came after Rob Goldstone, music manager of Russian singer Emin Agalarov, posted on Facebook saying: "Fun meeting with Donald Trump." After the announcement, president of the Crocus Group Aras Agalarov, and his son Emin Agalarov joined Trump on stage to sign the official contract.[10][11]

Years after the event, the owner at the time, Donald Trump, is involved in an ongoing controversy related to the pageant in Russia[12][13] and activities alleged in the Steele dossier.[12]

Hosts and performers

On August 15, 2013, Andy Cohen, who is openly gay, declined to co-host the pageant, due to the country's recent adoption of anti-gay laws.[14][15] An Internet petition was also started for the Miss Universe Organization to relocate the pageant from Moscow due to these laws as well as human rights concerns.[16][17] MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts, also openly gay, took on hosting duties. While he condemned Russia for its anti-gay law, he stated his belief that his presence in Russia would make for a more effective statement against Russian homophobia than boycotting.[4]

Selection of participants

Contestants from 86 countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant. Nine of these delegates were appointees to their national titles and another was crowned after the organization discovered that there was an error in the placements of the finalists.

Hinarani de Longeaux, the first runner-up of Miss France 2013, was appointed to represent France after Marine Lorphelin, Miss France 2013, placed first runner-up at Miss World 2013 and was ineligible to compete for Miss Universe 2013.[18] Ana Vrcelj, the second runner-up of Miss Serbia 2012, replaced Aleksandra Doknić as Miss Universe Serbia 2013 after Doknić replaced Nikolina Bojić as Miss Serbia 2012 because she was married.[19][20][21]

Denise Garrido originally was crowned as Miss Universe Canada 2013. However, Garrido was stripped of the crown after a few hours when the organization discovered that there was a "typo" when the judges' handwritten scores were transferred into a computer program that determines the results. The official winner was Riza Santos, who was previously placed as first runner-up, while Garrido placed as third runner-up.[22][23]

The 2013 edition saw the debut of Azerbaijan, and the returns of Austria, Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Slovenia, and Turks and Caicos. Myanmar last competed in 1961 as Burma, which makes the country's first time to compete after more than five decades of withdrawing from Miss Universe, Austria last competed in 2004, while the others last competed in 2011.[24][25] Albania, the Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Kosovo, Montenegro, Saint Lucia, and Uruguay withdrew. Mirjeta Shala of Kosovo withdrew because her visa was denied by Russia as it does not recognize Kosovo as an independent country.[26] The withdrawal of Shala subsequently resulted to the withdrawal of Miss Universe Albania Fioralba Dizdari from the pageant due to political reasons.[27] Janet Kerdikoshvili of Georgia withdrew due to unexpected health problems. However, both Kerdikoshvili and Shala competed in the pageant two years later.[28][29] Nikoleta Jovanović of Montenegro withdrew as she did not meet the minimum age requirements, while Micaela Orsi of Uruguay withdrew because her visa application was denied by the Russian Embassy and due to some disagreements from her national director.[30] The Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Ireland, and Saint Lucia withdrew after their respective organizations failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.[30]

Results

Miss Universe 2013 participating countries and territories.

Placements

Placements[31] Contestant
Miss Universe 2013
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 10
Top 16

§ - Voted into the Top 16 by viewers

Final Scores

After 2 years, the final scores returned. However, instead of being televised, the judge's results were shown through the "You Be The Judge" app. Here, the public could participate online and evaluate each of the participants, where viewers could vote for one candidate to advance into the semi-finals. At the end of the competitions, viewers were able to get an exclusive look at the official 2013 MISS UNIVERSE finals judges’ scores.[32]

Winner
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
4th Runner-up
Top 10
Top 16
Country/Territory Swimsuit Evening Gown Average
 Venezuela 9.417 (2) 9.727 (1) 9.572 (1)
 Spain 9.217 (3) 9.545 (3) 9.381 (2)
 Ecuador 8.867 (7) 9.583 (2) 9.225 (3)
 Philippines 9.430 (1) 8.933 (9) 9.182 (5)
 Brazil 9.200 (4) 9.227 (6) 9.214 (4)
 United States 9.033 (5) 9.182 (7) 9.108 (6)
 Ukraine 8.867 (7) 9.308 (4) 9.088 (7)
 United Kingdom 8.917 (6) 9.250 (5) 9.084 (8)
 Dominican Republic 8.792 (10) 9.082 (8) 8.937 (9)
 India 8.867 (7) 8.433 (10) 8.650 (10)
 Costa Rica 8.717 (11)
 Puerto Rico 8.633 (12)
 Indonesia 8.433 (13)
 Switzerland 8.333 (14)
 China 8.267 (15)
 Nicaragua 8.017 (16)

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic
Ice Princess (Glam Shot)

Best National Costume

Final results[31] Contestant
Winner
2nd Place
3rd Place
4th Place
5th Place

Pageant

Format

Same with 2011, 15 semifinalists were chosen through the preliminary competition— composed of the swimsuit and evening gown competitions and closed-door interviews. The internet voting is still being implemented, with fans being able to vote for another delegate to advance into the semifinals, making the number of semifinalists 16.[37] The top 16 competed in the swimsuit competition and were narrowed down to the top 10 afterward. The top 10 competed in the evening gown competition and were narrowed down to the top 5 afterward. The top 5 competed in the question and answer round and the final look.[38]

Selection committee

Preliminary competition

Final telecast

Contestants

Whulandary Herman, Paulette Samayoa, Stephanie Tency at the Miss Universe 2013 Night Out Party

86 contestants competed for the title.[45]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[b] Hometown
Angola Angola Vaumara Rebelo[46] 22 Luanda
Argentina Argentina Brenda González[47] 20 Rosario
Aruba Aruba Stefanie Evangelista[48] 24 San Nicolaas
Australia Australia Olivia Wells[49] 19 Melbourne
Austria Austria Doris Hofmann[50] 23 Steyr
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Aysel Manafova[51] 23 Baku
The Bahamas Bahamas Lexi Wilson[52] 22 Nassau
Belgium Belgium Noémie Happart[53] 20 Liege
Bolivia Bolivia Alexia Viruez[54] 19 Santa Cruz
Botswana Botswana Tsaone Macheng[55] 24 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Jakelyne Oliveira[56] 20 Rondonópolis
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Sharie De Castro[57] 22 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Veneta Krasteva[58] 21 Sofia
Canada Canada Riza Santos[59] 27 Calgary
Chile Chile María Jesús Matthei[60] 21 Santiago
China China Jin Ye[61] 25 Hebei
Colombia Colombia Lucia Aldana[62] 21 Cali
Costa Rica Costa Rica Fabiana Granados[63] 23 Guanacaste
Croatia Croatia Melita Fabečić[64] 18 Zagreb
Curaçao Curaçao Eline de Pool[65] 19 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Gabriela Kratochvílová[66] 23 Chotěboř
Denmark Denmark Cecilia Iftikhar[67] 26 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Yaritza Reyes[68] 19 Santo Domingo
Ecuador Ecuador Constanza Báez[69] 22 Quito
El Salvador El Salvador Alba Delgado[70] 22 San Salvador
Estonia Estonia Kristina Karjalainen[71] 24 Tallinn
Ethiopia Ethiopia Mhadere Tigabe[72] 19 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Lotta Hintsa[73] 25 Helsinki
France France Hinarani de Longeaux[18] 23 Tahiti
Gabon Gabon Jennifer Ondo[74] 21 Libreville
Germany Germany Anne-Julia Hagen[75] 23 Berlin
Ghana Ghana Hanniel Jamin[76] 19 Accra
United Kingdom Great Britain Amy Willerton[77] 21 London
Greece Greece Anastasia Sidiropoulou[78] 21 Athens
Guam Guam Alixes Scott[79] 18 Tumon
Guatemala Guatemala Paulette Samayoa[80] 23 Guatemala City
Guyana Guyana Katherina Roshana[81] 24 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Mondiana Pierre[82] 21 Port-au-Prince
Honduras Honduras Diana Schoutsen[83] 26 Tela
Hungary Hungary Rebeka Kárpáti[84] 19 Budapest
India India Manasi Moghe[85] 22 Mumbai
Indonesia Indonesia Whulandary Herman[86] 26 Pariaman
Israel Israel Titi Yityish Aynaw[87] 22 Netanya
Italy Italy Luna Voce[88] 25 Crotone
Jamaica Jamaica Kerrie Baylis[89] 25 Kingston
Japan Japan Yukimi Matsuo[90] 26 Kyoto
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Aygerim Kozhakanova[91] 19 Almaty
Lebanon Lebanon Karen Ghrawi[92] 22 Beirut
Lithuania Lithuania Simona Burbaitė[93] 21 Vilnius
Malaysia Malaysia Carey Ng[94] 25 Putrajaya
Mauritius Mauritius Diya Beeltah[95] 25 Quatre Bornes
Mexico Mexico Cynthia Duque[96] 21 Monterrey
Myanmar Myanmar Moe Set Wine[97] 25 Yangon
Namibia Namibia Paulina Malulu[98] 24 Windhoek
Netherlands Netherlands Stephanie Tency[99] 23 Amsterdam
New Zealand New Zealand Holly Cassidy[100] 22 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua Nastassja Bolívar[101] 25 Diriamba
Nigeria Nigeria Stephanie Okwu[102] 19 Imo State
Norway Norway Mari Ekeløf[103] 24 Hamar
Panama Panama Carolina Brid[104] 23 Veraguas
Paraguay Paraguay Guadalupe González[105] 21 Asunción
Peru Peru Cindy Mejía[106] 26 Lima
Philippines Philippines Ariella Arida[107] 24 Alaminos
Poland Poland Paulina Krupińska[108] 26 Warsaw
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Monic Pérez[109] 23 Arecibo
Romania Romania Roxana Andrei[110] 26 Târgoviște
Russia Russia Elmira Abdrazakova[111] 19 Mezhdurechensk
Serbia Serbia Ana Vrcelj[21] 20 Belgrade
Singapore Singapore Shi Lim[112] 25 Bukit Batok
Slovakia Slovakia Jeanette Borhyová[113] 21 Ivanka pri Dunaji
Slovenia Slovenia Nina Đurđević[114] 22 Maribor
South Africa South Africa Marilyn Ramos[115] 22 Klerksdorp
South Korea South Korea Kim Yu-mi[116] 23 Seoul
Spain Spain Patricia Yurena Rodríguez[117] 23 Canary Islands
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Amanda Ratnayake[118] 23 Colombo
Sweden Sweden Alexandra Friberg[119] 19 Stockholm
Switzerland Switzerland Dominique Rinderknecht[120] 24 Zurich
Tanzania Tanzania Betty Omara[121] 20 Dar es Salaam
Thailand Thailand Chalita Yaemwannang[122] 25 Bangkok
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Catherine Miller[123] 21 Port-of-Spain
Turkey Turkey Berrin Keklikler[124] 19 Istanbul
Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Snwazna Adams[125] 27 Providenciales
Ukraine Ukraine Olga Storozhenko[126] 21 Vinnytsia
United States United States Erin Brady[127] 26 East Hampton
Venezuela Venezuela Gabriela Isler[128] 25 Valencia
Vietnam Vietnam Trương Thị May[129] 25 Ho Chi Minh City

Notes

  1. ^ The event was televised live at 10:00 p.m local time (UTC+04:00) in various broadcasters around the world. For the United States, it was tape delayed to make way for the primetime telecast.
  2. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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