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Miss Universe 2014
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Paulina Vega, Miss Universe 2014
DateJanuary 25, 2015
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueFIU Arena, Miami, Florida, United States
Broadcaster
Entrants88
Placements15
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerPaulina Vega
 Colombia
CongenialityQueen Celestine
 Nigeria
Best National CostumeElvira Devinamira
 Indonesia
PhotogenicGabriela Berrios
 Puerto Rico
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Miss Universe 2014 was the 63rd Miss Universe pageant, held at the FIU Arena in Florida, United States on January 25, 2015.[1] This is the first time in the history of the competition that the pageant skipped an entire year. However, the pageant was still known as the 2014 pageant.[2]

At the end of the event, Gabriela Isler of Venezuela crowned Paulina Vega of Colombia as Miss Universe 2014. It is Colombia's first victory in 56 years, and the second victory of the country in the pageant's history.[3]

Contestants from 88 countries and territories participated in this year's pageant. The pageant was hosted by Thomas Roberts and Natalie Morales, with Jeannie Mai as backstage correspondent.[4][5] Prince Royce, Nick Jonas, and Gavin DeGraw performed in this year's pageant.[6][7]

The competition also featured the debut of the new DIC Crown, which is composed of 311 diamonds, 5 pieces of blue topaz, 198 pieces of blue sapphire, 33 pieces of heat—fired crystals, and 220 grams of 18k karat white gold. The crown is said to be worth $300,000.[8][9]

Background

Location and date

FIU Arena, Miami, Florida, United States the venue for Miss Universe 2014.

Negotiations between the Secretary of Tourism of Ceará in Brazil and the Miss Universe Organization began in late September 2013, when the Miss Universe Organization directors flew to Fortaleza to begin conversations and arrangement of pageant activities. Bismarck Maia, State Secretary of Tourism, disclosed the latest development to Fortaleza's market-leading newspaper, Diário do Nordeste, on January 11, 2014, announcing that the event will be at Centro de Eventos do Ceará, in Ceará's capital.[10]

On March 27, 2014, Annette Cammer, Miss Universe Organization's national licensing director, responded through e-mail to a question by a national directive that the 2014 Miss Universe pageant will not be hosted in Ceará's capital, as promised and stated by local authorities.[11] On May 20, 2014, Fortaleza's bid was formally retired, and the Miss Universe Organization was considering four other Brazilian cities as a replacement: Rio de Janeiro, Ribeirão Preto, Porto Alegre and Manaus.[12]

On August 22, 2014, Donald Trump posted to Twitter that Miami and other cities were "fighting hard to host the Miss Universe pageant" and that an announcement would be made soon; specifically mentioning the city of Miami prompted many pageant watchers to believe that the pageant was headed for the Floridian city for the first time since 1997. On September 9, 2014, Puerto Rican newspaper, El Nuevo Dia, and Venezuelan newspaper, El Nacional, each printed an article that said that the contestants would be staying at a Trump-owned hotel in Miami; further fueling rumors that the pageant would be held in Miami in December.[13][14]

On September 12, 2014, Luigi Boria, mayor of Doral, Florida, announced via Twitter that the pageant was going to take place in Doral on January 18, 2015, leading to some controversy among pageant fans. This was confirmed in late September.[15] In early October, an announcement was released on the official website of Miss Universe stating that the pageant is will take place at the FIU Arena in Miami on January 25, 2015.[1]

Selection of participants

Contestants from 88 countries and territories were selected to compete in the competition. Six of these delegates were appointees to their national titles, while seven were selected to replace the original dethroned winner.

Camille Cerf, Miss France 2015, was appointed as Miss Universe France 2014 after Flora Coquerel, Miss France 2014, will only compete at Miss World 2014 due to the conflicting schedules of the two pageants. Coquerel competed in the pageant the following year.[16] Marcela Chmielowska, the second runner-up of Miss Polonia 2011, was appointed as Miss Universe Poland 2014, due to the rescheduling of the Miss Polonia 2014 pageant in December 2014.[17]

Laurence Langen, Miss Belgium 2014, was replaced by her first runner-up, Anissa Blondin, due to problems with the Miss Belgium Organization.[18] Nora Xu, Miss Universe China 2014, originally was supposed to represent China at Miss Universe. However, Xu preferred to continue with her studies instead of competing in the pageant. Due to this, Hu Yanliang, first runner-up at Miss Universe China 2014, replaced Xu as Miss Universe China 2014. Arnela Zeković, first runner-up at Miss Serbia 2013, was replaced by Anđelka Tomašević as the representative of Serbia at Miss Universe due to personal reasons.[19][20] Carolyne Bernard, Miss Universe Tanzania 2014, originally was supposed to represent Tanzania at Miss Universe. However, Bernard withdrew after fracturing her feet in a car accident. Due to this, Nale Boniface, second runner-up of Miss Universe Tanzania 2014, replaced Bernard as the representative of Tanzania in Miss Universe.[21]

Rolene Strauss, Miss South Africa 2014, was expected to compete at the Miss Universe and Miss World pageants. However, after winning Miss World 2014, Strauss was ineligible to compete for Miss Universe 2014. Ziphozakhe Zokufa, first runner-up of Miss South Africa 2014, replaced Strauss as the representative of South Africa in Miss Universe.[22] Weluree Ditsayabut, Miss Universe Thailand 2014, was replaced by her first runner-up, Pimbongkod Chankaew, after calling for the supporters of the Prime Minister of Thailand to be executed.[23][24] Diana Harkusha, second runner-up of Miss Ukraine Universe 2014, was appointed as the representative of Ukraine at Miss Universe after Anna Andres, Miss Ukraine Universe 2014, resigned due to personal reasons.[25]

The 2014 edition saw the returns of Albania, Egypt, Georgia, Ireland, Kenya, Kosovo, Portugal, Saint Lucia, and Uruguay. Kenya last competed in 2005, Egypt and Portugal last competed in 2011, while the others last competed in 2012. Azerbaijan, Botswana, Denmark, Estonia, Namibia, Romania, and Vietnam withdrew. Nguyễn Lâm Diễm Trang, the second runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2014, was appointed to represent Vietnam at Miss Universe but withdrew at the last minute due to lack of time to prepare for the pageant.[26] Azerbaijan, Botswana, Denmark, Estonia, Namibia, and Romania withdrew after their respective organizations failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.

Results

Miss Universe 2014 participating countries and territories.

Placements

Placement[27][28] Contestant
Miss Universe 2014
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 10
Top 15

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic

Best National Costume

Final results Contestant
Winner
Top 5

Pageant

Format

The Miss Universe Organization introduced several changes to the format for this edition. The number of semifinalists was reverted to 15— the same number of semifinalists in 2010. The results of the preliminary competition— which consisted of the swimsuit and evening gown competition, and the closed-door interview, determined the 15 semifinalists. The Top 15 participated in the swimsuit competition, with 10 advancing in the competition for the evening gown competition. From ten, five contestants will participate in the question and answer portion, and the final look.[28]

Selection committee

Preliminary competition

Final telecast

Contestants

88 contestants competed for the title.[34]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[a] Hometown
Albania Albania Zhaneta Byberi[35] 19 Tirana
Angola Angola Zuleica Wilson[36] 21 Cabinda
Argentina Argentina Valentina Ferrer[37] 22 Córdoba
Aruba Aruba Digene Zimmerman[38] 21 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Tegan Martin[39] 23 Newcastle
Austria Austria Julia Furdea[40] 20 Vienna
The Bahamas Bahamas Tomii Culmer[41] 24 Nassau
Belgium Belgium Anissa Blondin[18] 22 Brussels
Bolivia Bolivia Claudia Tavel[42] 25 Santa Cruz
Brazil Brazil Melissa Gurgel[43] 20 Fortaleza
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Jaynene Jno Lewis[44] 26 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Kristina Georgieva[34] 23 Sofia
Canada Canada Chanel Beckenlehner[45] 27 Caledon
Chile Chile Hellen Toncio[46] 20 Santiago
China China Hu Yanliang[34] 24 Beijing
Colombia Colombia Paulina Vega[47] 22 Barranquilla
Costa Rica Costa Rica Karina Ramos[48] 21 San José
Croatia Croatia Ivana Mišura[49] 26 Zagreb
Curaçao Curaçao Laurien Angelista[50] 27 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Gabriela Franková[51] 21 Prague
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Kimberly Castillo[52] 26 Higüey
Ecuador Ecuador Alejandra Argudo[53] 22 Portoviejo
Egypt Egypt Lara Debbana[54] 21 Cairo
El Salvador El Salvador Patricia Murillo[55] 22 San Salvador
Ethiopia Ethiopia Hiwot Mamo[34] 24 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Bea Toivonen[56] 22 Helsinki
France France Camille Cerf[57] 20 Coulogne
Gabon Gabon Maggaly Nguema[58] 22 Libreville
Georgia (country) Georgia Ana Zubashvili[59] 22 Tbilisi
Germany Germany Josefin Donat[60] 21 Leipzig
Ghana Ghana Abena Appiah[61] 21 Accra
United Kingdom Great Britain Grace Levy[62] 25 London
Greece Greece Ismini Dafopoulou[63] 26 Athens
Guam Guam Brittany Bell[64] 27 Barrigada
Guatemala Guatemala Ana Luisa Montufar[65] 21 Guatemala City
Guyana Guyana Niketa Barker[66] 24 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Christie Désir[67] 25 Port-Au-Prince
Honduras Honduras Gabriela Ordoñez[68] 21 Comayagua
Hungary Hungary Henrietta Kelemen[69] 21 Budapest
India India Noyonita Lodh[70] 21 Bangalore
Indonesia Indonesia Elvira Devinamira[71] 21 Surabaya
Republic of Ireland Ireland Lisa Madden[72] 23 Cork
Israel Israel Doron Matalon[73] 21 Beit Aryeh-Ofarim
Italy Italy Valentina Bonariva[74] 25 Milan
Jamaica Jamaica Kaci Fennell[75] 23 Kingston
Japan Japan Keiko Tsuji[76] 21 Nagasaki
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Aiday Issayeva[77] 25 Almaty
Kenya Kenya Gaylyne Ayugi[78] 21 Nairobi
Kosovo Kosovo Artnesa Krasniqi[34] 23 Pristina
Lebanon Lebanon Saly Greige[79] 25 Bishmizzine
Lithuania Lithuania Patricija Belousova[80] 19 Vilnius
Malaysia Malaysia Sabrina Beneett[81] 24 Kuala Lumpur
Mauritius Mauritius Pallavi Gungaram[82] 21 Vacoas-Phoenix
Mexico Mexico Josselyn Garciglia[83] 24 La Paz
Myanmar Myanmar Sharr Htut Eaindra[84] 20 Yangon
Netherlands Netherlands Yasmin Verheijen[85] 21 Amsterdam
New Zealand New Zealand Rachel Millns[86] 24 Wellington
Nicaragua Nicaragua Marline Barberena[87] 27 Chichigalpa
Nigeria Nigeria Queen Celestine[88] 22 Lagos
Norway Norway Elise Dalby[89] 19 Hamar
Panama Panama Yomatzy Hazlewood[90] 23 Panama City
Paraguay Paraguay Sally Jara[91] 21 Asuncion
Peru Peru Jimena Espinoza[92] 26 Lima
Philippines Philippines Mary Jean Lastimosa[93] 27 Tulunan
Poland Poland Marcela Chmielowska[17] 23 Warsaw
Portugal Portugal Patrícia Da Silva[94] 25 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Gabriela Berrios[95] 24 Toa Baja
Russia Russia Yulia Alipova[96] 24 Balakovo
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Roxanne Didier-Nicholas[97] 23 Castries
Serbia Serbia Anđelka Tomašević[20] 21 Zubin Potok
Singapore Singapore Rathi Menon[98] 24 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Silvia Prochádzková[99] 23 Bratislava
Slovenia Slovenia Urška Bračko[100] 21 Maribor
South Africa South Africa Ziphozakhe Zokufa[22] 23 Cape Town
South Korea South Korea Yoo Ye-bin[101] 22 Daegu
Spain Spain Desirée Cordero[102] 22 Seville
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Avanti Marianne[103] 25 Colombo
Sweden Sweden Camilla Hansson[104] 26 Stockholm
Switzerland Switzerland Zoé Metthez[105] 21 Zurich
Tanzania Tanzania Nale Boniface[21] 22 Dodoma
Thailand Thailand Allison Sansom[23] 20 Bangkok
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Jevon King[106] 26 Diego Martin
Turkey Turkey Dilan Çiçek Deniz[107] 20 Istanbul
Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Shanice Williams[108] 22 Grand Turk Island
Ukraine Ukraine Diana Harkusha[25] 20 Kharkiv
United States United States Nia Sanchez[109] 24 Las Vegas
Uruguay Uruguay Johana Riva[110] 24 Montevideo
Venezuela Venezuela Migbelis Castellanos[111] 19 Cabimas

Notes

  1. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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