Miss World 1999
|Miss World 1999|
Miss World 1999 Titlecard
|Date||4 December 1999|
|Presenters||Ulrika Jonsson, Melanie Sykes|
|Venue||Olympia Hall, London, UK|
|Broadcaster||E!, Channel 5|
|Withdrawals||British Virgin Islands, Taiwan, Curaçao, Mauritius|
|Returns||Bangladesh, Guyana, Honduras, Iceland, Kenya, Latvia, Madagascar, Romania, Sri Lanka, Tahiti, Thailand|
|Winner||Yukta Mookhey 
Miss World 1999, the 49th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 4 December 1999 at the Olympia Hall in London, UK. The pageant was hosted by Ulrika Jonsson and model Melanie Sykes. The 1999 pageant attracted 94 delegates from all over the world. The 1999 pageant also marked the first time that Scotland and Wales fielded their respective delegates. At the end of the event, Miss India Yukta Mookhey went on to win the Miss World 1999 crown at 22. The preliminary swimsuit competition was held in Malta. She was crowned by her predecessor Linor Abargil of Israel. Protesters gathered outside of the event, decrying it as a "sexist cattle market".
|Miss World 1999|
Continental Queens of Beauty
|Asia & Oceania||
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- Philippines – Lalaine Edson was just a replacement for Miriam Quiambao. Originally Miriam Quiambao was to represent Philippines in the Miss World 1999 pageant but was replaced by Lalaine Edson. Later, Miriam Quiambao who was Philippines' representative to the Miss Universe 1999 was 1st runner-up.
- British Virgin Islands, Taiwan, and Curaçao did not compete for unknown reasons.
- Northern Ireland withdrew at the last minute for personal and private reasons.
- Honduras, Japan, Madagascar, Angola, and Uruguay introduced themselves in their native languages.
- This is the first time that the contestants were introduced in evening gowns.
- England, Nicola Willoughby, still represented as United Kingdom in Miss World because of Northern Ireland's last-minute withdrawal.