Miss World 1995

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Miss World 1995
MW 1995 - SABC.png
Miss World 1995 Titlecard
Date 18 November 1995
Presenters Richard Steinmetz, Jeff Trachta, Bobbie Eakes
Entertainment Caught in the Act
Venue Sun City Entertainment Center, Sun City, South Africa
Broadcaster E!, SABC
Entrants 84
Withdrawals China PR, Iceland, Kenya, Mauritius, Nigeria, Sri Lanka
Returns Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, Lithuania, Zambia
Winner Jacqueline Aguilera
 Venezuela
Personality Toyin Raji
 Nigeria
Best National Costume Anica Martinović
 Croatia
Photogenic Jacqueline Aguilera
 Venezuela
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Miss World 1995, the 45th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 18 November 1995 for the fourth straight year at the Sun City Entertainment Centre in Sun City, South Africa. The 1995 pageant attracted 84 delegates. The pageant was hosted by Richard Steinmetz, Jeff Trachta, and Bobbie Eakes and was also participated by supermodels Linda Evangelista and Beverly Peele and Bruce Forsyth who acted as presenters. Aside from Sun City; Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and the Comoros hosted some segments of the show. The winner was Jacqueline Aguilera of Venezuela. She was crowned by Miss World 1994, Aishwarya Rai of India.

Results[edit]

Countries and territories which sent delegates and results for Miss World 1995[1]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss World 1995
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
  •  Trinidad & Tobago – Michelle Khan
Top 5
Semi-finalists
  •  Australia – Melissa Porter
  •  Bolivia – Carla Morón
  •  Bulgaria – Evgenia Kalkandzhieva
  •  MexicoAlejandra Quintero
  •  South Africa – Bernelee Daniell

Continental Queens of Beauty[edit]

Continental Group Contestant
Africa
  •  South Africa – Bernelee Daniell
Americas
Asia & Oceania
  •  Korea – Choi Yoon-young
Caribbean
  •  Trinidad & Tobago – Michelle Khan
Europe

Contestants[edit]

  •  American Virgin Islands – Roshini Nibbs
  •  Argentina – María Lorena Jensen
  •  Aruba – Tessa Pieterz
  •  Australia – Melissa Porter[1]
  •  Austria – Elizabeth Unfried
  •  Bahamas – Loleta Marie Smith
  •  Bangladesh – Yasmin Bilkis Sathi
  •  Barbados – Rashi Holder
  •  BelgiumVéronique De Kock
  •  Bermuda – Renita Minors
  •  Bolivia – Carla Patricia Morón Peña
  •  Botswana – Monica Somolekae
  •  Brazil – Elessandra Cristina Dartora
  •  British Virgin Islands – Chandi Trott
  •  Bulgaria – Evgenia Kalkandjieva
  •  Canada – Alissa Lehinki
  •  Cayman Islands – Tasha Ebanks
  •  ChileTonka Tomicic Petric
  •  Colombia – Diana María Figueroa Castellanos
  •  Costa Rica – Shasling Navarro Aguilar
  •  CroatiaAnica Martinović
  •  Curaçao – Danique Regales
  •  Cyprus – Isabella Giorgallou
  •  Czech Republic – Katerina Kasalova
  •  Denmark – Tine Bay
  •  Dominican Republic – Patricia Bayonet Robles
  •  Ecuador – Ana Fabiola Trujillo Parker
  •  Estonia – Mari-Lin Poom
  •  Finland – Terhi Koivisto
  •  France – Helene Lantoine
  •  Germany – Isabell Brauer
  •  Ghana – Manuela Medie
  •  Gibraltar – Monique Chiara
  •  Greece – Maria Boziki
  •  Guam – Joylyn Muñoz
  •  Guatemala – Sara Elizabeth Sandoval Villatoro
  •  Holland – Didi Schackmann
  •  Hong Kong – Shirley Chau Yuen-Yee[1]
  •  Hungary – Ildiko Veinbergen
  •  India – Preeti Mankotia
  •  IrelandJoanne Black
  •  IsraelMiri Bohadana
  •  Italy – Rosanna Santoli
  •  Jamaica – Imani Duncan
  •  Japan – Mari Kubo
  •  Korea – Choi Yoon-young
  •  Latvia – Ieva Melina
  •  Lebanon – Julia Syriani
  •  Lithuania – Gabriele Bartkute
  • Bandeira do Leal Senado.svg Macau – Geraldina Madeira da Silva Pedruco
  •  Malaysia – Trincy Low Ee Bing
  •  MexicoAlejandra Quintero Velasco
  •  New Zealand – Sarah Brady[1]
  •  Norway – Inger Lise Ebeltoft
  •  PanamaMarisela Moreno Montero
  •  Paraguay – Patricia Serafini Geoghegan
  •  Peru – Paola Dellepiane Gianotti
  •  Philippines – Reham Snow Tago
  •  Poland – Ewa Jzabella Tylecka
  •  Portugal – Suzana Leitao Robalo
  •  Puerto Rico – Swanni Quiñones Laracuerte
  •  Romania – Dana Delia Pintilie
  •  Russia – Elena Bazina[1]
  •  Seychelles – Shirley Low-Meng
  •  Singapore – Jacqueline Chew
  •  Slovakia – Zuzana Spatinova
  •  Slovenia – Teja Boškin
  •  South Africa – Bernelee Daniell
  •  Spain – Candelaria Rodríguez Pacheco
  •  Swaziland – Mandy Saulus
  •  Sweden – Jeanette Mona Hassel
  •   Switzerland – Stephanie Berger
  •  Tahiti – Timeri Baudry
  •  Taiwan ROC – Hsu Chun-Chun[1]
  •  Tanzania – Emily Adolf Fred
  •  Thailand – Yasumin Leautamornwattana
  •  Trinidad & Tobago – Michelle Khan
  •  Turkey – Demet Sener
  •  Ukraine – Nataliya Shvachiy
  •  United Kingdom – Shauna Marie Gunn
  •  United States of America – Jill Ankuda
  •  VenezuelaJacqueline María Aguilera Marcano
  •  Zambia – Miryana Bujisic
  •  Zimbabwe – Dionne Best

Judges[edit]

Notes[edit]

Returns[edit]

  • Last competed in 1990:
    •  Barbados
  • Last competed in 1992:
    •  Zambia
  • Last competed in 1993:
    •  Bermuda
    •  Lithuania

Withdrawals[edit]

Withdrawals during the contest:

  •  NigeriaToyin Enitan Raji - She was forced to withdraw from the contest due political reasons; a few hours after being given the Miss Personality on November 16, she received telephone threats over the execution by Nigeria's military regime of nine political activists a week ago.[2][3]

Others:

  •  Iceland lost its franchise for Miss World until 1999.
  •  Sri Lanka lost its franchise for Miss World until 1999.
  •  China
  •  Kenya
  •  Mauritius

Replacement[edit]

  •  Ukraine – The winner of Miss Ukraine 1995, Vlada Litovchenko couldn't participate due that she actually is a married woman with one child.[4] The 2nd runner up of Miss Europe 1994, Nataliya Shvachiy replace her.

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