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Miss Universe 2017
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Miss Universe 2017, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters
DateNovember 26, 2017
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueThe AXIS, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Broadcaster
Entrants92
Placements16
Debuts
  • Cambodia
  • Laos
  • Nepal
Withdrawals
  • Belize
  • Denmark
  • Hungary
  • Kenya
  • Kosovo
  • Sierra Leone
  • Switzerland
Returns
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • Iraq
  • Ireland
  • Lebanon
  • Saint Lucia
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Zambia
WinnerDemi-Leigh Nel-Peters
South Africa South Africa
CongenialityFarah Sedky[1]
Egypt Egypt
Laura de Sanctis[1]
Panama Panama
Best National CostumeMomoko Abe
Japan Japan
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Miss Universe 2017 was the 66th Miss Universe pageant, held at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on November 26, 2017.[2]

At the end of the event, Iris Mittenaere of France crowned Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa as Miss Universe 2017. It is South Africa's first victory in almost 4 decades, and the second victory of the country in the pageant's history.[3][4]

Contestants from 92 countries and territories competed in this year's pageant, surpassing the previous record of 89 contestants in 2011 and 2012.[5] The pageant was hosted by Steve Harvey in his third consecutive year, and supermodel Ashley Graham. Television personality Carson Kressley and runway coach Lu Sierra provided commentary and analysis throughout the event.[6] American singer-songwriters Fergie and Rachel Platten performed in this year's pageant.[7]

The competition also featured the return of the Phoenix Mikimoto crown, which was last used in 2007, after WME/IMG reportedly sued the Diamond International Company due to a breach of contract in August 2017. After failing to make to payments, IMG canceled the contract to DIC.[8][9]

Background

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino the venue for Miss Universe 2017.

Location and date

Miss Universe Australia organization's Troy Barbagallo, Australian businessman, informed the Herald Sun that he submitted an offer to IMG for Australia to host the 2017 edition, with Sydney or Melbourne as viable host cities.[10][11]

The Department of Tourism of the Philippines announced on May 25, 2017, that the Miss Universe Organization had proposed to hold the contest again in the Philippines. The Miss Universe 2016 pageant took place in the nation. The Miss Universe Organization was pleased with the previous pageant's hosting in the Philippines, stating it dominated the pre-events of Super Bowl LI.[12] On June 22, 2017, the Department of Tourism decided that they will not host the pageant this year and instead consider hosting the following edition.[13]

On September 28, 2017, the Miss Universe Organization confirmed the date and location of the contest through Instagram. The pageant will take place in The AXIS theatre of Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 26, 2017. The last time that The AXIS theatre was used by the pageant was in 2015.[2][14]

Selection of participants

Contestants from 92 countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant. Fourteen of these delegates were appointees to their titles after being a runner-up of their national pageant or an audition process or other internal selection, while three were selected to replace the original dethroned winner.[15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

Liesbeth Claus, the third runner-up of Miss Belgium 2017, was appointed to represent Belgium after Romanie Schotte, Miss Belgium 2017, chose to compete at Miss World 2017 due to conflicting schedules of the two pageants.[24] Kseniya Alexandrova, the first runner-up of Miss Russia 2017, was also appointed to represent Russia after Polina Popova, Miss Russia 2017, chose to compete at Miss World 2017.[25][26] Katarzyna Włodarek, the second runner-up of Miss Polonia 2016, was appointed to represent Poland after the Miss Polonia pageant was postponed to late November following the Miss Universe pageant.[27]

Mira Simeonova, Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017, originally was supposed to represent Bulgaria at Miss Universe. However, Simeonova did not meet the minimum age requirements of the pageant. Due to this, Nikoleta Todorova, a finalist at Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017, replaced Simeonova as Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017.[28] Vian Sulaimani was supposed to represent Iraq at Miss Universe. However, Sulaimani was dethroned after it was discovered that she was married. Following Sulaimani's dethronement, the Miss Iraq Organization held a casting call to select the new representative of Iraq to Miss Universe. Sarah Idan emerged as the new Miss Iraq 2017.[29] Pınar Tartan, Miss Turkey Supranational 2017, replaced Aslı Sümen as Miss Universe 2017 after Sümen replaced Itır Esen as Miss Turkey World 2017 hours after her crowning because of a tweet about the 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt.[30][31]

The 2017 edition saw the debuts of Cambodia, Laos, and Nepal[32][33][34] and the returns of Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Ireland, Lebanon, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, and Zambia. Iraq last competed in 1972, which makes the country's first time to compete after four decades of withdrawing from Miss Universe. Zambia last competed in 2010, Egypt, Ethiopia, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad and Tobago last competed in 2014, while the others last competed in 2015.[32] Belize, Denmark, Hungary, Kenya, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, and Switzerland withdrew. Sierra Leone withdrew from the competition after Adama Kargbo was unable to secure a visa in time for the competition in the United States. Belize, Denmark, Hungary, Kenya, Kosovo, and Switzerland withdrew after their respective organizations failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.[35]

Results

Placements

Miss Universe 2017 final placements.
Placement[36][37] Contestant
Miss Universe 2017
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 10
Top 16

Special awards

Award Contestant
Best National Costume
Miss Congeniality

Pageant

Format

For the first time in this edition, contestants were divided into three geographical regions: The Americas, Europe, and Africa & Asia-Pacific. The judges chose the top four contestants from each of the three regions, as well as four other contestants from any region to advance to the Top 16. The Top 16 participated in the swimsuit competition, with 10 advancing in the competition for the evening gown competition. Five contestants advanced into the Top 5, and participated in the question and answer portion. From five, three advanced into the Final 3 and participated in the final question and the final walk.[39][40]

Selection committee

Preliminary competition

Final telecast

Contestants

92 contestants competed for the title.[44]

Country/Territory Candidate Age[a] Hometown Continental Group
Albania Albania Blerta Leka[45] 19 Tirana Europe
Angola Angola Lauriela Martins[46] 19 Cabinda Africa & Asia Pacific
Argentina Argentina Stefanía Incandela[17] 23 Buenos Aires Americas
Aruba Aruba Alina Mansur[44] 26 Malmok Americas
Australia Australia Olivia Rogers[47] 25 Adelaide Africa & Asia Pacific
Austria Austria Celine Schrenk[48] 19 Gänserndorf Europe
The Bahamas Bahamas Yasmine Cooke[49] 25 Nassau Americas
Barbados Barbados Lesley Chapman[50] 26 Bridgetown Americas
Belgium Belgium Liesbeth Claus[24] 20 Assenede Europe
Bolivia Bolivia Gleisy Noguer[51] 21 Cobija Americas
Brazil Brazil Monalysa Alcântara[52] 18 Teresina Americas
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Khephra Sylvester[53] 25 Tortola Americas
Bulgaria Bulgaria Nikoleta Todorova[28] 19 Vratsa Europe
Cambodia Cambodia Sotheary By[54] 19 Phnom Penh Africa & Asia Pacific
Canada Canada Lauren Howe[55] 24 Toronto Americas
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Anika Conolly[56] 27 West Bay Americas
Chile Chile Natividad Leiva[57] 25 Santiago Americas
China China Roxette Qiu[58] 27 Chengdu Africa & Asia Pacific
Colombia Colombia Laura González[59] 22 Cartagena Americas
Costa Rica Costa Rica Elena Correa[19] 27 Heredia Americas
Croatia Croatia Shanaelle Petty[60] 19 Slavonski Brod Europe
Curaçao Curaçao Nashaira Balentien[20] 20 Willemstad Americas
Czech Republic Czech Republic Michaela Habáňová[61] 21 Zlín Europe
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Carmen Muñoz Guzmán[62] 24 Licey al Medio Americas
Ecuador Ecuador Daniela Cepeda[63] 22 Guayaquil Americas
Egypt Egypt Farah Sedky[32] 23 Cairo Africa & Asia Pacific
El Salvador El Salvador Alisson Abarca[64] 21 San Salvador Americas
Ethiopia Ethiopia Akinahom Zergaw[65] 22 Addis Ababa Africa & Asia Pacific
Finland Finland Michaela Söderholm[66] 25 Helsinki Europe
France France Alicia Aylies[67] 19 Paris Europe
Georgia (country) Georgia Marita Gogodze[22] 21 Rustavi Europe
Germany Germany Sophia Koch[68] 20 Halle Europe
Ghana Ghana Ruth Quarshie[69] 23 Ajumako Africa & Asia Pacific
United Kingdom Great Britain Anna Burdzy[70] 25 Leicester Europe
Guam Guam Myana Welch[71] 27 Tamuning Africa & Asia Pacific
Guatemala Guatemala Isel Suñiga[72] 23 Ayutla Americas
Guyana Guyana Rafieya Husain[73] 25 Anna Regina Americas
Haiti Haiti Cassandra Chéry[74] 22 Port-au-Prince Americas
Honduras Honduras April Tobie[75] 18 Roatán Americas
Iceland Iceland Arna Ýr Jónsdóttir[76] 22 Kópavogur Europe
India India Shraddha Shashidhar[77] 21 Chennai Africa & Asia Pacific
Indonesia Indonesia Bunga Jelitha[78] 26 Jakarta Africa & Asia Pacific
Iraq Iraq Sarah Idan[29][79] 27 Baghdad Africa & Asia Pacific
Republic of Ireland Ireland Cailín Toíbín[80] 23 Cobh Europe
Israel Israel Adar Gandelsman[81] 19 Ashkelon Africa & Asia Pacific
Italy Italy Maria Polverino[82] 25 Naples Europe
Jamaica Jamaica Davina Bennett[83] 21 Clarendon Americas
Japan Japan Momoko Abe 23 Chiba Africa & Asia Pacific
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Kamilla Asylova[84] 19 Almaty Africa & Asia Pacific
Laos Laos Souphaphone Somvichith[33] 20 Champasak Africa & Asia Pacific
Lebanon Lebanon Jana Sader[21] 20 Sidon Africa & Asia Pacific
Malaysia Malaysia Samantha Katie James[85] 23 Kuala Lumpur Africa & Asia Pacific
Malta Malta Tiffany Pisani[86] 25 Attard Europe
Mauritius Mauritius Angie Callychurn[15][87] 27 Curepipe Africa & Asia Pacific
Mexico Mexico Denisse Franco[88] 19 Culiacán Americas
Myanmar Myanmar Zun Than Sin[89] 22 Yangon Africa & Asia Pacific
Namibia Namibia Suné January[90] 23 Rehoboth Africa & Asia Pacific
Nepal Nepal Nagma Shrestha[34] 26 Kathmandu Africa & Asia Pacific
Netherlands Netherlands Nicky Opheij[91] 22 Handel Europe
New Zealand New Zealand Harlem-Cruz Atarangi Ihaia[92] 19 Napier Africa & Asia Pacific
Nicaragua Nicaragua Berenice Quezada[93] 24 El Rama Americas
Nigeria Nigeria Stephanie Agbasi[94] 22 Neni Africa & Asia Pacific
Norway Norway Kaja Kojan[95] 20 Kongsvinger Europe
Panama Panama Laura de Sanctis[96] 21 Panama City Americas
Paraguay Paraguay Ariela Machado[97] 25 Asunción Americas
Peru Peru Prissila Howard[18] 26 Piura Americas
Philippines Philippines Rachel Peters[98] 26 Canaman Africa & Asia Pacific
Poland Poland Katarzyna Włodarek[27] 26 Wrocław Europe
Portugal Portugal Matilde Lima[99] 18 Setúbal Europe
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Danna Hernández[100] 21 San Juan Americas
Romania Romania Ioana Mihalache[101] 26 Constanța Europe
Russia Russia Kseniya Alexandrova[25][26] 22 Moscow Europe
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Louise Victor[102] 26 Micoud Americas
Singapore Singapore Manuela Bruntraeger[103] 24 Singapore Africa & Asia Pacific
Slovakia Slovakia Vanessa Bottánová[104] 19 Bratislava Europe
Slovenia Slovenia Emina Ekić[105] 22 Ptuj Europe
South Africa South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters[106] 22 Sedgefield Africa & Asia Pacific
South Korea South Korea Sewhee Cho[107] 26 Seoul Africa & Asia Pacific
Spain Spain Sofía del Prado[108] 22 Albacete Europe
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Christina Peiris[23] 23 Colombo Africa & Asia Pacific
Sweden Sweden Frida Fornander[109] 22 Gothenburg Europe
Tanzania Tanzania Lilian Maraule[110] 22 Dar es Salaam Africa & Asia Pacific
Thailand Thailand Maria Poonlertlarp[111][112] 25 Bangkok Africa & Asia Pacific
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Yvonne Clarke[113] 27 San Fernando Americas
Turkey Turkey Pınar Tartan[114][115] 20 İzmir Europe
Ukraine Ukraine Yana Krasnikova[44] 18 Kyiv Europe
United States United States Kára McCullough[116] 26 Washington, D.C. Americas
Uruguay Uruguay Marisol Acosta[44] 20 Canelones Americas
United States Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Islands Esonica Veira[117] 27 Charlotte Amalie Americas
Venezuela Venezuela Keysi Sayago[118] 24 Caracas Americas
Vietnam Vietnam Nguyễn Thị Loan[16] 27 Thái Bình Africa & Asia Pacific
Zambia Zambia Isabel Chikoti[119] 26 Chingola Africa & Asia Pacific

Notes

  1. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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