Miss World 2011

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Miss World 2011
Date 6 November 2011
Presenters Jason Cook, Angela Chow, Steve Douglas
Entertainment Diversity, Blue, Ramin Karimloo
Venue Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, UK
Broadcaster E!, ITV
Entrants 113
Placements 31
Debuts Kyrgyzstan, St. Barthélemy
Withdrawals Angola, Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guyana, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Macau, Malawi, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, Suriname, Zambia
Returns Austria, Bermuda, Bonaire, Chile, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guam, Liberia, Nicaragua, Slovenia
Winner Ivian Sarcos
 Venezuela [1]

Miss World 2011, the 61st edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 6 November 2011 at the Earls Court Two in London, UK. As part of the events, the contestants also travelled to Edinburgh, Scotland between 23 and 27 October.[2] Alexandria Mills of the United States crowned her successor Ivian Sarcos of Venezuela at the end of the event.[1] Although over 120 delegates were expected to compete, problems regarding the timely acquisition of visas prevented several candidates from participating, thus reducing the final number to 113. Miss World 2011 was viewed by over 1 billion people worldwide.[1]

Placements[edit]

Final results Contestant
Miss World 2011
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 7
Top 15
Top 31

Contestants[edit]

Contestants from 113 countries participated in Miss World 2011.[1]

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
 Albania Isi Topçiu-Ulaj 18 Tirana
 Argentina Antonella Kruger 19 Zárate
 Aruba Gillain Berry 24 Oranjestad
 Australia Amber Greasley 18 Brisbane
 Austria Julia Hofer 19 Mayrhofen
 Bahamas Sasha Joyce 23 New Providence
 Barbados Taisha Shaddai Carrington 18 Bridgetown
 Belarus Anastasiya Kharlanava 21 Gomel
 Belgium Justine De Jonckheere 19 Wevelgem
 Belize Kadejah Tunn 18 Belize City
 Bermuda Jana Lynn Outerbridge 22 St. George's
 Bolivia Yohana Vaca Guzmán 24 Cotoca
 Bonaire Benazir Charles 19 Kralendijk
 Bosnia & Herzegovina Snežana Kuzmanović 16 Laktaši
 Botswana Karabo Sampson 21 Tsabong
 Brazil Juceila Bueno 23 Vera Cruz
 Bulgaria Vanya Peneva 23 Kazanlak
 Canada Riza Santos 25 Calgary
 Cayman Islands Lindsay Japal 23 George Town
 Chile Gabriela Pulgar 23 Santiago
 China PR Liu Chen 25 Harbin
 Colombia Mónica Restrepo 21 Bogotá
 Costa Rica Paola Chaverri 20 Heredia
 Côte d'Ivoire Kohiman Kouadio 18 Gagnoa
 Croatia Katarina Prnjak 21 Šibenik
 Cuba Jamillette Gaxiola 22 Santiago de Cuba
 Curaçao Monifa Jansen 18 Willemstad
 Cyprus Orthodoxia Panagi 19 Larnaca
 Czech Republic Denisa Domanská 19 Kyjov
 Denmark Maya Olesen 20 Christiansfeld
 Dominican Republic Marianly Burgos 20 San Francisco de Macorís
 Ecuador Verónica Vargas 22 Guayaquil
 Egypt Donia Hamed 23 Cairo
 El Salvador Karen Castro 18 San Salvador
 England Alize Lily Mounter [1] 22 London
 Finland Sara Sieppi 20 Tornio
 France Clémence Marie Oleksy 20 Vichy
 Georgia Janeta Kerdikoshvili 19 Tbilisi
 Germany Sabrina-Nathalie Reitz 21 Langenselbold
 Ghana Stephanie Karikari 19 Atwima
 Gibraltar Michelle Pedersen 24 Gibraltar
 Greece Eleni Miariti 21 Athens
 Guadeloupe Violaine Grainville 20 Saint-Claude
 Guam Siera Robertson 21 Yoña
 Guatemala Lourdes Figueroa 23 Guatemala City
 Honduras Bessy López 18 Choloma
 Hong Kong Hyman Chu 24 Hong Kong
 Hungary Linda Szunai 18 Nagykovácsi
 Iceland Sigrún Eva Ármannsdóttir 18 Akranes
 India Kanishtha Dhankhar 22 Mumbai
 Indonesia Astrid Yunadi 21 Surabaya
 Ireland Holly Carpenter 19 Dublin
 Israel Ella Ran 21 Herzlia
 Italy Tania Bambaci 21 Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto
 Jamaica Danielle Crosskill 26 Kingston
 Japan Midori Tanaka 23 Okayama
 Kazakhstan Zhanna Zhumaliyeva 24 Uralsk
 Kenya Catherine Onyango 19 Githurai
 Korea Kyung-min Doe 20 Daegu
 Kyrgyzstan Nazira Nurzhanova 24 Bishkek
 Latvia Alice Miskovska 23 Daugavpils
 Lebanon Yara Khouri-Mikhael 19 Byblos
 Liberia Meenakshi Subramani 23 Bensonville
 Lithuania Ieva Gervinskaitė 21 Skuodas
 Macedonia FYRO Vesna Jakimovska 20 Struga
 Malaysia Chloe Chen Tien Nee 21 Kuala Lumpur
 Malta Claire Busuttil 22 Ħaż-Żabbar
 Martinique Axelle Perrier 20 Fort-de-France
 Mauritius Joëlle Nagapen 22 St. Pierre
 Mexico Gabriela Palacio 22 Aguascalientes
 Moldova Veronica Popovici 21 Chisinau
 Mongolia Buyankhishig Unurbayar 22 Ulaan Baatar
 Montenegro Maja Maraš 20 Podgorica
 Namibia Luzaan van Wyk 24 Windhoek
   Nepal Malina Joshi 23 Dharan
 Netherlands Lauren de Robles 22 Emmen
 New Zealand Mianette Broekman 22 Auckland
 Nicaragua Darling Trujillo 24 Ciudad Darío
 Nigeria Sylvia Nduka 20 Isuofia
 Northern Ireland Finola Guinnane [1] 22 Drumbo
 Norway Anna Larsen Zahl 23 Sortland
 Panama Irene Núñez 24 Santiago de Veraguas
 Paraguay Nicole Huber 21 Asunción
 Peru Odilia García 24 Lima
 Philippines Gwen Ruais 21 Muntinlupa
 Poland Angelika Ogryzek 19 Szczecin
 Portugal Bárbara Franco 19 Ribeira Brava
 Puerto Rico Amanda Vilanova 20 San Juan
 Romania Alexandra Stănescu 21 Pucioasa
 Russia Natalia Gantimurova 20 Moscow
 St. Barthelemy Johanna Sansano 21 Gustavia
 Scotland Jennifer Reoch [1] 22 Glasgow
 Serbia Milica Tepavac 23 Novi Sad
 Sierra Leone Natasha Beckley 24 Freetown
 Singapore May Hsu 21 Singapore
 Slovakia Michaela Ňurciková 21 Nové Zámky
 Slovenia Lana Mahnič Jekoš 21 Grosuplje
 South Africa Bokang Montjane 25 Johannesburg
 Spain Carla García 21 Telde
 Sri Lanka Pushpika Sandamali 21 Colombo
 Sweden Nicoline Artursson 18 Halmstad
 Tanzania Salha Kifai 18 Ilala
 Thailand Pacharida Blatchford 20 Bangkok
 Trinidad & Tobago Lee-Ann Forbes 21 Saint James
 Turkey Gizem Karaca 19 Istanbul
 Uganda Sylvia Namutebi 23 Kampala
 Ukraine Iaroslava Kuriacha 19 Vinnytsia
 United States Erin Cummins 19 Washington
 Uruguay Karina Maldonado 18 Montevideo
 US Virgin Islands Esonica Mictecia Veira 22 St. Thomas
 Venezuela Ivian Sarcos [3] 22 Guanare
 Vietnam Phạm Thuý Vy 22 Hanoi
 Wales Sara Manchipp [1] 21 Port Talbot
 Zimbabwe Malaika Mushandu 19 Harare

Judges[edit]

Miss World 2011 contestants were evaluated by a panel of judges.[4]

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

  •  Kyrgyzstan
  •  St. Barthelemy

Returns[edit]

Withdrawals[edit]

Designations[edit]

  •  Albania – Isi Topçiu-Ulaj was appointed to represent Albania, she was the 3rd runner-up at the Miss Albania 2010 pageant.
  •  Belarus – Anastasiya Kharlanava was appointed to represent Belarus, after no national pageant was held because the Miss Belarus pageant is a bi-annual event. It was last time held in 2010. Anastasiya was the 2nd runner-up at the Miss Belarus 2010 pageant.
  •  Curaçao – Monifa Jansen was appointed as Senorita Kòrsou World 2011 after she wasn't allowed to compete at Miss Universe 2011 because she didn't meet the age minimum requirement.
  •  Egypt – Donia Hamed was appointed to represent Egypt after no national pageant was held due to the political crisis. Donia was previously Miss Universe Egypt 2010.
  •  Greece – Eleni Miariti was appointed to represent Greece, after no national pageant was held due to the financial crisis. She was chosen among the group of contestants that took part of the Miss World Greece 2011 casting call held on 8 October.[6]
  •  Guatemala – Lourdes Figueroa was appointed to represent Guatemala. She was Miss Guatemala 2009 and delegate at Miss Universe 2009
  •  Mongolia – Buyankhishig Unurbayar.
  •  Nicaragua – Darling Trujillo was appointed "Miss Mundo Nicaragua 2011" after the new national director Denis Davila, was awarded the license of Miss World in Nicaragua.
  •  United States – Erin Cummins was appointed to represent United States by Elite Models, license holders for Miss World in the United States. Cummins works for Elite Models as a professional model.
  •  US Virgin IslandsEsonica Veira was appointed to represent US Virgin Islands, she was the 1st runner-up at the Miss Universe US Virgin Islands 2011 pageant.
  •  Vietnam – Victoria Phạm Thuý Vy was appointed to represent Vietnam, she is the 2nd runner-up of Miss Vietnam World 2010.

Replacements[edit]

  •  Austria – Julia Hofer replaced the original winner of Miss Austria 2011 pageant, Carmen Stamboli, because Carmen was overage and didn't meet the age requirements stipulated by Miss World organisation. Julia was the 1st runner-up at the national pageant.
  •  Hong Kong ChinaMiss Hong Kong 2011 winner Rebecca Zhu was replaced by the 1st runner-up Hyman Chu, due to Rebecca was busy to star in her first TV Drama ever during Miss World 2011.
  •  Mauritius – Joelle Nagapen replaced Laetitia Darche due to Laetitia's participation at the Miss Intercontinental 2011 pageant. Joelle was the 1st runner-up at the Miss Mauritius 2010 pageant.
  •  MexicoCynthia de la Vega was replaced by Gabriela Palacio after being dethroned for failing to fulfill her duties as Miss World Mexico.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Miss World 2011 winner: Miss Venezuela Ivian Sarcos dreamed of becoming a nun". Mail Online. 6 November 2011. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
  2. ^ "2011 to be held in London". Miss World. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "Hanna to be Miss World judge - Entertainment". Jamaica Observer. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
  4. ^ "Miss Philippines is runner-up in Miss World in London". GMA News Online. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
  5. ^ a b c d e "Caribbean Runner-up & Finalist". NY Carib News. Retrieved 30 January 2016. 
  6. ^ Edwin Toledo. "The Times of Beauty - www.timesofbeauty.com - Miss World 2015 - Miss Universe 2015: Miss World Greece 2011". Retrieved 30 January 2016. 

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