Miss Universo Brasil

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Miss Universo Brasil
Formation 1954
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters São Paulo
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Official language
Portuguese
President
João Apollinário
Website missbrasiloficial.com

The Miss Universo Brasil beauty contest is launched in 1954. The partnership between Rede Bandeirantes and the Miss Universe Organization will be expanded. The Enter from event company Grupo Bandeirantes has signed a contract with Donald Trump and NBCUniversal to give a new impulse to beauty contests in Brazil. The control of 27 regional competitions in the Miss Universe will enter Brazil, which will be responsible for everything from selection of candidates for transmission of the event. The current Miss Universo Brasil is Raissa Santana of Paraná.

History[edit]

Competition to win the crown of "Miss Brasil" began in the 1920s following a trend throughout the world during that period. A famous controversy occurred when Miss Brasil 1929 competed in the International Pageant of Pulchritude, known as "Miss Universe" in the 1930s, but failed to place in the competition, much less win.[1] The angered Brazilians hosted their own international pageant in 1930 leading to two separate "Miss Universe" titles that year, not related to the modern Miss Universe competition created in 1952. In the Brazilian "Miss Universe", Miss Brasil won the title while in the other competition in the US, Miss United States received the crown of Miss Universe 1930.[2] These competitions, like many others in the world, were discontinued as the Great Depression and World War II diverted the world's attention. The modern Miss Brasil pageant was created in 1954 in the city of Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro. The first edition of Miss Brasil, won by Bahia's representative Martha Rocha, was sponsored by the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper.

Winners[edit]

Recent Winners[edit]

Year Winner State Place Date
2012 Gabriela Markus  Rio Grande do Sul Centro de Eventos do Ceará, Fortaleza, CE September 29, 2012
2013 Jakelyne Oliveira  Mato Grosso Minascentro, Belo Horizonte, MG September 28, 2013
2014 Melissa Gurgel  Ceará Centro de Eventos do Ceará, Fortaleza, CE September 27, 2014
2015 Marthina Brandt  Rio Grande do Sul Credicard Hall, São Paulo, SP November 19, 2015
2016 Raissa Santana[3]  Paraná Credicard Hall São Paulo, SP October 1, 2016
2017

Winner's Gallery[edit]

All Winners[edit]

Year Delegate State Placement Notes
1954 Martha Rocha Bahia 1st Runner-Up
1955 Emília Corrêia Ceará Top 15
1956 Maria José Cardoso Rio Grande do Sul Top 15
1957 Terezinha Morango Amazonas 1st Runner-Up
1958 Adalgisa Colombo Rio de Janeiro 1st Runner-Up (In Memoriam)
1959 Vera Regina Ribeiro Rio de Janeiro 4th Runner-Up
1960 Jean "Gina" MacPherson Rio de Janeiro Top 15
1961 Staël Maria Abelha Minas Gerais
1962 Olívia Rebouças Bahia 4th Runner-Up
1963 Ieda Maria Vargas Rio Grande do Sul Miss Universe 1963
1964 Ângela Vasconcelos Paraná Top 15
1965 Raquel Helena de Andrade Rio de Janeiro Top 15
1966 Ana Cristina Ridzi Bercet Rio de Janeiro
1967 Carmen Sílvia Ramasco São Paulo Top 15 Best National Costume
1968 Martha Vasconcellos Bahia Miss Universe 1968
1969 Vera Lúcia Fischer Santa Catarina Top 15 Best in Swimsuit
1970 Eliane Thompson Rio de Janeiro Top 15
1971 Eliane Guimarães Minas Gerais 4th Runner-Up
1972 Rejane Vieira Costa Rio Grande do Sul 1st Runner-Up (In Memoriam)
1973 Sandra Mara Ferreira São Paulo Top 15
1974 Sandra Guimarães São Paulo
1975 Ingrid Budag Santa Catarina Top 15
1976 Kátia Celestino Moretto São Paulo (In Memoriam)
1977 Cássia Moraes Silveira São Paulo
1978 Suzana Araújo dos Santos Minas Gerais
1979 Marta Jussara da Costa Rio Grande do Norte 3rd Runner-Up
1980 Eveline Didier Schröeter Rio de Janeiro
1981 Adriana Alves de Oliveira Rio de Janeiro 3rd Runner-Up Best National Costume
1982 Celice Pinto Marques Pará Top 12
1983 Marisa Fully Coelho Minas Gerais (In Memoriam)
1984 Ana Elisa Flores da Cruz São Paulo
1985 Márcia Giagio Canavezes Mato Grosso Top 10
1986 Deise Nunes de Souza Rio Grande do Sul Top 10
1987 Jacqueline Ribeiro Meirelles Distrito Federal Best National Costume
1988 Isabel Cristina Bedüschi Santa Catarina
1989 Flávia Cavalcanti Rebêlo Ceará Best National Costume
1991 Patrícia Franco de Godói São Paulo
1992 Maria Carolina Portella Paraná
1993 Leila Cristine Schüster Rio Grande do Sul Top 10
1994 Valéria Melo Peris São Paulo
1995 Renata Bessa Soares Minas Gerais
1996 Maria Joana Parizotto Paraná
1997 Nayla Fernanda Micherif Minas Gerais
1998 Michela Dauzacker Marchi Mato Grosso do Sul Top 10
1999 Renata Bonfiglio Fan Rio Grande do Sul
2000 Josiane Kruliskoski Mato Grosso
2001 Juliana Borges Rio Grande do Sul
2002 Joseane Oliveira Rio Grande do Sul
2003 Gislaine Ferreira Tocantins Top 10
2004 Fabiane Niclotti Rio Grande do Sul
2005 Carina Beduschi Santa Catarina
2006 Rafaela Zanella Rio Grande do Sul Top 20
2007 Natália Guimarães Minas Gerais 1st Runner-Up
2008 Natália Anderle Rio Grande do Sul
2009 Larissa Costa Silva Rio Grande do Norte
2010 Débora Moura Lyra Minas Gerais
2011 Priscila Machado Rio Grande do Sul 2nd Runner-Up
2012 Gabriela Markus Rio Grande do Sul 4th Runner-Up
2013 Jakelyne Oliveira Mato Grosso 4th Runner-Up
2014 Melissa Gurgel Ceará Top 15
2015 Marthina Brandt Rio Grande do Sul Top 15
2016 Raissa Santana Paraná Top 13
2017 TBA TBA TBA

Television acts[edit]

Actresses[edit]

Some Miss Brasil winners or finalists were acting in a lead or supporting roles in telenovelas and motion pictures after her reigns (nationwide or locally). By example:

The hostesses[edit]

Some Miss Brasil winners or finalists acted or are still active hosting shows, sports programming or movie sessions aired in national television daily or weekly. They were/are:

Reality TV[edit]

Some Miss Brasil pageant contestants, finalists or winners have appeared in popular reality television programs broadcast nationwide:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "INTERNATIONAL: Lovely Lisl". Time Magazine. 24 June 1929. 
  2. ^ "BRAZIL: Revenge". Time Magazine. 22 September 1930. 
  3. ^ "Raissa Santana of Paraná crowned as Miss Universe Brazil 2016". www.angelopedia.com. Angelopedia. 2 Oct 2016. 
Preceded by
Miss Brasil
1954–2011
Miss Universe franchise holder for Brazil
2012-present
Succeeded by
Incumbent