Miss World 2018

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Miss World 2018
Sanya Bay 01.jpg
Sanya, host city of Miss World 2018
Date December 8, 2018
Venue Sanya, China
Broadcaster
Debuts
Returns
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Miss World 2018 will be the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant which will take place in Sanya, China on December 8, 2018.[1] Manushi Chhillar from India will crown her successor at the end of the event.

Background[edit]

In March 2018, Miss World President Julia Morley signed the contract with Jiajun Li, President of New Silk Road company, to host once again the Miss World finals in China on December 8.

Contestants[edit]

106 contestants have been confirmed:[2]

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
Algeria Algeria Nihed Markria[3] 21 Oran
Angola Angola Nelma Ferreira[4] 20 Luanda
Argentina Argentina Victoria Soto[5] 25 Entre Ríos
Armenia Armenia Arena Zeynalyan[6] 24 Yerevan
Aruba Aruba Nurianne Arias[7] 20 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Taylah Cannon[8] 21 Melbourne
Austria Austria Daniela Zivkov[9] 21 Linz
The Bahamas Bahamas Brinique Gibson[10] 22 New Providence
Barbados Barbados Ashley Lashley[11] 18 Bridgetown
Belarus Belarus Maria Vasilech[12] 20 Minsk
Belgium Belgium Angeline Flor Pua[13] 23 Antwerp
Benin Benin Fleur Hessou[14] 22 Porto-Novo
Bolivia Bolivia Vanessa Vargas[15] 22 Cochabamba
Bonaire Bonaire Ruthgainy Frans[16] 24 Kralendijk
Botswana Botswana Moitshepi Elias[17] 23 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Jéssica Carvalho[18] 22 Parnaíba
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Yadali Thomas Santos[19] 22 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Kalina Miteva[20] 20 Sofia
Cameroon Cameroon Aimee Caroline Nseke[21] 21 Yaoundé
Canada Canada Hanna Begovic[22] 19 Toronto
Chile Chile Anahi Hormazabal[23] 19 Santiago
Colombia Colombia Laura Osorio[24] 22 Medellín
Cook Islands Cook Islands Reihana Koteka-Wiki[25] 26 Rarotonga
Ivory Coast Cote d'Ivoire Fatem Suy[26] 21 Yamoussoukro
Croatia Croatia Ivana Mudnić Dujmina[27] 18 Dubrovnik
Curaçao Curaçao Nazira Colastica[28] 20 Willemstad
Cyprus Cyprus Andriánna Fiakká[29] 18 Nicosia
Czech Republic Czech Republic Kateřina Kasanová[30] 19 Prague
Denmark Denmark Tara Jensen[31][replacements 1] 23 Hvidovre
Ecuador Ecuador Nicol Ocles[32] 21 Pimampiro
England England Alisha Cowie[33] 19 Newcastle
Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Silvia Adjomo Ndong[34] 20 Malabo
Ethiopia Ethiopia Soliyana Abayneh[35] 20 Addis Ababa
France France Maëva Coucke[36] 24 Ferques
Georgia (country) Georgia Nia Tsivtsivadze[37] 24 Tbilisi
Germany Germany Christine Keller[38] 20 Düsseldorf
Gibraltar Gibraltar Star Farrugia[39] 22 Gibraltar
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Morgane Thérésine[40] 22 Le Gosier
Guatemala Guatemala Elizabeth Gramajo[41] 21 Guatemala City
Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau Zara Josefa Mendes[42] 18 Bissau
Guyana Guyana Ambika Ramraj[43] 19 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Stephie Morency[44] 26 Port-au-Prince
Honduras Honduras Dayana Sabillón[45] 20 Siguatepeque
Hungary Hungary Andrea Szarvas[46] 20 Vésztő
India India Anukreethy Vas[47] 20 Tiruchirappalli
Indonesia Indonesia Alya Nurshabrina[48] 22 Bandung
Republic of Ireland Ireland Aoife O'Sullivan[49] 23 Bandon
Italy Italy Nunzia Amato[50] 21 Naples
Jamaica Jamaica Kadijah Robinson[51] 24 Saint Elizabeth Parish
Japan Japan Kanako Date[52] 21 Tokyo
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Alfïya Ersayın[53] 18 Atyrau
Kenya Kenya Finali Galaiya[54] 24 Nairobi
South Korea Korea Bo Ah Cho[55] 24 Seoul
Kosovo Kosovo Rreze Dautaj[56] 20 Pristina
Laos Laos Kadoumphet Xaiyavong[57] 20 Vientiane
Latvia Latvia Daniela Gods-Romanovska[58] 21 Riga
Lesotho Lesotho Rethabile Thaathaa[59] 19 Maseru
Luxembourg Luxembourg Cassandra Lopes Monteiro[60][replacements 2] 18 Luxembourg
Madagascar Madagascar Miantsa Randriambelonoro[61] 25 Antananarivo
Malawi Malawi Tiwonge Munthali[62] 24 Lilongwe
Malaysia Malaysia Larissa Ping Liew[63] 19 Lutong
Malta Malta Maria Ellul[64] 24 Valletta
Martinique Martinique Larissa Segarel[65] 20 Fort-de-France
Mauritius Mauritius Murielle Ravina[66] 22 Port Louis
Mexico Mexico Vanessa Ponce[67] 25 Mexico City
Moldova Moldova Tamara Zareţcaia[68] 21 Chișinău
Mongolia Mongolia Erdenebaatar Enkhriimaa[69] 20 Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Montenegro Natalija Glušcević[70] 18 Podgorica
Myanmar Myanmar Han Thi[71] 21 Yangon
Nepal Nepal Shrinkhala Khatiwada[72] 22 Hetauda
Netherlands Netherlands Leonie Hesselink[73] 25 Amsterdam
New Zealand New Zealand Jessica Tyson[74] 25 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua Yoselin Gómez Reyes[75] 21 Boaco
Nigeria Nigeria Anita Ukah[76] 23 Owerri
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Katharine Walker[77] 21 Belfast
Norway Norway Madelen Michelsen[78] 19 Oslo
Panama Panama Solaris Barba[79] 19 Panama City
Paraguay Paraguay Maquenna Gaiarín[80] 22 Asunción
Peru Peru Clarisse Uribe[81][replacements 3] 22 Chincha
Poland Poland Agata Biernat[82] 28 Zduńska Wola
Portugal Portugal Carla Rodrigues[83] 25 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Dayanara Martínez[84] 25 Canóvanas
Russia Russia Natalya Stroeva[85][replacements 4] 19 Yakutsk
Rwanda Rwanda Liliane Iradukunda[87] 19 Kigali
Scotland Scotland Linzi McLelland[88] 20 East Kilbride
Serbia Serbia Ivana Trišić[89] 21 Belgrade
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Sarah Laura Tucker [90] 23 Bonthe
Singapore Singapore Vanessa Peh[91] 24 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Dominika Grecová[92] 20 Bratislava
Slovenia Slovenia Lara Kalanj[93] 17 Ljubljana
South Africa South Africa Thulisa Keyi[94] 26 East London
Spain Spain Amaia Izar[95] 20 Agoitz
Sweden Sweden Amanda Viberg 24 Stockholm
Tanzania Tanzania Queen Elizabeth Makune[96] 22 Dar es Salaam
Thailand Thailand Nicolene Pichapa Limsnukan[97] 20 Bangkok
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Ysabel Bisnath[98] 25 Port of Spain
Tunisia Tunisia Haifa Ghedir[99] 23 Tunis
Turkey Turkey Sevval Sahin[100] 19 Istanbul
Uganda Uganda Quiin Abenakyo[101] 22 Mayuge
United States United States Marisa Butler[102][designations 1] 24 Standish
Venezuela Venezuela Veruska Ljubisavljević[103] 27 Caracas
Vietnam Vietnam Trần Tiểu Vy[104] 18 Quảng Nam
Wales Wales Bethany Harris[105] 20 Newport
Zambia Zambia Musa Kalaluka[106] 20 Lusaka
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Belinda Potts[107] 20 Harare

Upcoming national pageants[edit]

Country/Territory Date
 Sri Lanka September 25, 2018[108]
 Cayman Islands September 29, 2018[109]
 Finland September 29, 2018[111]
 Bosnia & Herzegovina September 30, 2018
 Senegal October 6, 2018[112]
 Philippines October 7, 2018[113]
 Guam October 15, 2018[114]

Notes[edit]

Debuts[edit]

Returns[edit]

Last competed in 2002:

Last competed in 2006:

Last competed in 2012:

Last competed in 2014:

Last competed in 2016:

Designations[edit]

  1. ^ UNITED STATES – Marisa Butler was appointed to compete at Miss World 2018 pageant after a video interview selection process was organized by Michael Blakey, after he was appointed the new franchise holder for Miss World in the United States due time constraints in organizing a pageant. Previously Lynne Scott Safrit and Elizabeth Safrit held the franchise for Miss World in the United States.

Replacements[edit]

  1. ^ DENMARK – Tara Jensen was crowned the new Miss Denmark 2018 by Lisa Lents, the national director of Miss Denmark pageant after the original winner Louise Sander Henriksen resigned due to personal reason. Jensen was crowned the 1st runner-up at the Miss Denmark 2018 pageant.
  2. ^ LUXEMBOURG – Cassandra Lopes Monteiro was appointed to compete at Miss World 2018 pageant as a replacement to Kelly Nilles, Miss Luxembourg 2018 by Herve Lancelin, the president of Miss Luxembourg pageant, because of scheduling conflicts between Miss World 2018 and Miss Luxembourg 2019 pageants. Monteiro was the 3rd runner up at the Miss Luxembourg 2018 pageant.
  3. ^ PERU – Clarisse Uribe was crowned Miss World Perú 2018, by Tito Paz, the national director of the Miss World Perú pageant, after the original winner Estefany Mauricci was dethroned for not having her degree accredited, which is one of the prerequisites to compete at the Miss World Perú pageant. Uribe represented the department of Chincha and was crowned the 1st runner-up at the pageant.
  4. ^ RUSSIA – Natalya Stroeva was appointed as Miss World Russia 2018 after Miss Russia Organization decided to send the original winner of Miss Russia 2018 Yulia Polyachikhina only to Miss Universe 2018 so as to avoid scheduling conflicts. Stroeva was the 2nd runner-up at the Miss Russia 2018 pageant[86]

Crossovers[edit]

Contestants who previously competed or will be competing at other international beauty pageants:

Miss International
Miss Supranational
Miss Eco International
  • 2017:  Malta: Maria Ellul (Top 21)
World Miss University
Miss Tourism Intercontinental
Miss Grand Queen
The international Top-Model
Miss Pearl Of The World

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