Miss World 2018

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Miss World 2018
Miss Mexico, Vanessa Ponce in 2018.jpg
Vanessa Ponce, Miss World 2018.
Date8 December 2018
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueSanya City Arena, Sanya, China
Broadcaster
Entrants118
Placements30
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerVanessa Ponce
 Mexico
← 2017
2019 →

Miss World 2018, the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 8 December 2018 at the Sanya City Arena in Sanya, China. Manushi Chhillar of India crowned her successor Vanessa Ponce of Mexico at the end of the event. She is the first Mexican woman to win Miss World. 118 contestants from all over the world competed for the crown.[1]

Background[edit]

Sanya, China, host city of Miss World 2018.

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.[2]

Result[edit]

Final result Contestant
Miss World 2018
Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 12
Top 30

Continental Queens of Beauty[edit]

Continent Contestant
Africa
Americas
Asia
Caribbean
Europe
Oceania[3]

Challenge events[edit]

Head-to-Head Challenge[edit]

Round 1[edit]

  •      Advanced to Round 2 of the Head-to-Head Challenge.
  •      Advanced to the Top 30 via a challenge event other than Head-to-Head Challenge.
  •      Advanced to the Top 30 via judges' choice.
  •      Advanced to the Top 30 via a challenge event or judges' choice other than Head-to-Head Challenge.
Group Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Country 4 Country 5 Country 6
1  Australia  Czech Republic  Ethiopia  Ghana  Mauritius  Peru
2  Barbados  Cayman Islands  France  Germany  Georgia  Paraguay
3  Finland  Latvia  Sierra Leone  South Africa  Venezuela  Wales
4  Equatorial Guinea  Guyana  Iceland  Norway  Philippines  Senegal
5  Canada  Dominican Republic  Gibraltar  Jamaica  Nigeria  Scotland
6  Bangladesh  Brazil  British Virgin Islands  China  Denmark  Ireland
7  Bahamas  Botswana  Chile  Japan  Korea  Zimbabwe
8  Bolivia  Cameroon  Cook Islands  Lebanon  Slovakia  United States
9  Albania  England  Indonesia  Kazakhstan  Malaysia  Rwanda
10  Cyprus  Guadeloupe  Lesotho  Nicaragua  Serbia  Slovenia
11  Armenia  Belize  Guatemala  Italy  Myanmar  New Zealand
12  Egypt  India  Montenegro  Panama  South Sudan  Vietnam
13  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Guam  Luxembourg  Moldova    Nepal N/A
14  Belarus  Curaçao  Martinique  Netherlands  Puerto Rico  Singapore
15  Austria  Greece  Hungary  Mongolia  Thailand  Ukraine
16  Belgium  Bulgaria  Colombia  Laos  Portugal  Zambia
17  Aruba  Malta  Mexico  Northern Ireland  Russia  Spain
18  Croatia  Haiti  Sri Lanka  Tanzania  Trinidad and Tobago  Turkey
19  Argentina  Ecuador  El Salvador  Kenya  Madagascar  Poland
20  Angola  Guinea-Bissau  Honduras  Hong Kong  Uganda N/A

Round 2[edit]

  •      Advanced to the Top 30 via the Head-to-Head challenge.
Group Country 1 Country 2
1  Mauritius  France
2  Venezuela  Philippines
3  Nigeria  Bangladesh
4  Chile  Lebanon
5  Malaysia  Guadeloupe
6  Myanmar  India
7    Nepal  Singapore
8  Thailand  Bulgaria
9  Mexico  Trinidad and Tobago
10  Argentina  Uganda

Top Model[edit]

Miss France, Maëva Coucke won the Top Model Competition and became the first quarter-finalist of Miss World 2018.

Final result   Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 32

Talent[edit]

Miss Japan, Kanako Date won the Talent Competition and became the second quarter-finalist of Miss World 2018.[4]

Final result   Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 18

Sports[edit]

Miss United States, Marisa Butler won the Sports Competition and became the third quarter-finalist of Miss World 2018.

Final result   Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Team Challenge Winner
  • Red Team
Long jump
Athletics (60 metres)
Swimming
Team Blue Team Red Team Yellow Team
Top 18
Reserve

Multimedia[edit]

Miss Nepal, Shrinkhala Khatiwada won the Multimedia Challenge, securing her place in the finals of Miss World 2018.[5]

Final result   Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
  •  Kenya – Finali Galaiya
Top 5
Top 10

Beauty With A Purpose[edit]

The Top 5 winners of the Beauty with a purpose Award (Miss Nepal, Indonesia, New Zealand, Mexico & Vietnam) became the quarter-finalists of Miss World 2018.
The 25 projects that were shortlisted are :[6]

Final result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 12
Top 25

Global Vote[edit]

Final result   Contestant
Winners
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up

World Fashion Designer Award[edit]

Miss South Africa, Thulisa Keyi and Miss China, Peirui Mao emerged as the joint winners of the Designer Award.

Final result   Contestant
Winners
Top 5

Sanya Tourism Promotional Video Award[edit]

Miss Kenya, Finali Galaiya won the Sanya Tourism Promotional Video award.[7]

Final result   Contestant
Winner
  •  Kenya – Finali Galaiya
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up

Contestants[edit]

118 contestants competed for the title:[8]

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
Albania Albania Nikita Preka[9][designations 1] 22 Lezhë
Angola Angola Nelma Ferreira[11] 20 Luanda
Argentina Argentina Victoria Soto[12] 25 Concepción del Uruguay
Armenia Armenia Arena Zeynalyan[13] 25 Yerevan
Aruba Aruba Nurianne Arias[14] 24 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Taylah Cannon[15] 23 Melbourne
Austria Austria Izabela Ion[16][replacements 1] 24 Bregenz
The Bahamas Bahamas Brinique Gibson[17] 22 New Providence
Bangladesh Bangladesh Jannatul Ferdous Oishee[18] 18 Pirojpur
Barbados Barbados Ashley Lashley[19] 19 Bridgetown
Belarus Belarus Maria Vasilevich[20] 21 Minsk
Belgium Belgium Angeline Flor Pua[21] 23 Antwerp
Belize Belize Jalyssa Arthurs[22][designations 2] 18 Santa Elena
Bolivia Bolivia Vanessa Vargas[23] 22 Cochabamba
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Anđela Paleksić[24] 20 Sarajevo
Botswana Botswana Moitshepi Elias[25] 24 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Jéssica Carvalho[26] 22 Parnaíba
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Yadali Thomas Santos[27] 22 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Kalina Miteva[28] 19 Sofia
Cameroon Cameroon Aimee Caroline Nseke[29] 22 Yaoundé
Canada Canada Hanna Begovic[30] 19 Toronto
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Kelsie Woodman Bodden[31] 22 Grand Cayman
Chile Chile Anahi Hormazabal[32] 19 Santiago
China China Mao Peirui[33] 26 Yinchuan
Colombia Colombia Laura Osorio[34] 22 Medellín
Cook Islands Cook Islands Reihana Koteka-Wiki[35] 26 Rarotonga
Croatia Croatia Ivana Mudnić Dujmina[36] 17[37] Dubrovnik
Curaçao Curaçao Nazira Colastica[38] 18 Willemstad
Cyprus Cyprus Andriánna Fiakká[39] 19[40] Nicosia
Czech Republic Czech Republic Kateřina Kasanová[41] 19 Prague
Denmark Denmark Tara Jensen[42][replacements 2] 18 Hvidovre
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Denise Romero[43] 24 Higüey
Ecuador Ecuador Nicol Ocles[44] 21 Pimampiro
Egypt Egypt Mony Helal[45][46][designations 3] 26 Cairo
El Salvador El Salvador Metzi Solano[47][designations 4] 27 Santa Ana
England England Alisha Cowie[48] 19 Newcastle
Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Silvia Adjomo Ndong[49] 20 Malabo
Ethiopia Ethiopia Soliyana Abayneh[50] 22 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Jenny Lappalainen[51][designations 5] 23 Helsinki
France France Maëva Coucke[52] 24 Ferques
Georgia (country) Georgia Nia Tsivtsivadze[53] 24 Tbilisi
Germany Germany Christine Keller[54] 24 Düsseldorf
Ghana Ghana Nana Ama Benson[55] 23 Accra
Gibraltar Gibraltar Star Farrugia[56] 22 Gibraltar
Greece Greece Maria Lepida[57] 20 Patras
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Morgane Thérésine[58] 22 Le Gosier
Guam Guam Gianna Sgambelluri[59] 18 Hagåtña
Guatemala Guatemala Elizabeth Gramajo[60] 22 Guatemala City
 Guinea-Bissau Rubiato Nhamajo[61][designations 6] 23 Bafatá
Guyana Guyana Ambika Ramraj[62] 19 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Stephie Morency[63] 26 Port-au-Prince
Hong Kong Hong Kong Wing Wong[64] 25 Kowloon
Honduras Honduras Dayana Sabillón[65] 23 Siguatepeque
Hungary Hungary Andrea Szarvas[66] 20 Vésztő
Iceland Iceland Erla Ólafsdóttir[67][designations 7] 24 Reykjavík
India India Anukreethy Vas[68] 19 Tiruchirappalli
Indonesia Indonesia Alya Nurshabrina[69] 22 Bandung
Republic of Ireland Ireland Aoife O'Sullivan[70] 23 Bandon
Italy Italy Nunzia Amato[71] 21 Naples
Jamaica Jamaica Kadijah Robinson[72] 23 Saint Elizabeth
Japan Japan Kanako Date[73] 21 Tokyo
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Ekaterina Dvoretskaya[74] 20 Atyrau
Kenya Kenya Finali Galaiya[75] 24 Nairobi
South Korea Korea Bo Ah Cho[76] 25 Seoul
Laos Laos Kadoumphet Xaiyavong[77] 21 Vientiane
Latvia Latvia Daniela Gods-Romanovska[78][designations 8] 21 Riga
Lebanon Lebanon Mira Al-Toufaily[79][designations 9] 26 Beirut
Lesotho Lesotho Rethabile Thaathaa[80] 21 Maseru
Luxembourg Luxembourg Cassandra Lopes Monteiro[81][replacements 3] 18 Luxembourg City
Madagascar Madagascar Miantsa Randriambelonoro[82] 20 Antananarivo
Malaysia Malaysia Larissa Ping Liew[83] 19 Lutong
Malta Malta Maria Ellul[84] 24 Valletta
Martinique Martinique Larissa Segarel[85] 20 Fort-de-France
Mauritius Mauritius Murielle Ravina[86] 22 Port Louis
Mexico Mexico Vanessa Ponce[87] 26 Mexico City
Moldova Moldova Tamara Zareţcaia[88] 21 Chișinău
Mongolia Mongolia Erdenebaatar Enkhriimaa[89] 21 Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Montenegro Natalija Glušcević[90] 18 Podgorica
Myanmar Myanmar Han Thi[91] 21 Yangon
Nepal Nepal Shrinkhala Khatiwada[92] 23 Hetauda
Netherlands Netherlands Leonie Hesselink[93] 26 Amsterdam
New Zealand New Zealand Jessica Tyson[94] 25 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua Yoselin Gómez Reyes[95] 23 Boaco
Nigeria Nigeria Anita Ukah[96] 23 Owerri
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Katharine Walker[97] 23 Belfast
Norway Norway Madelen Michelsen[98] 19 Oslo
Panama Panama Solaris Barba[99] 19 Panama City
Paraguay Paraguay Maquenna Gaiarín[100] 22 Asunción
Peru Peru Clarisse Uribe[101][replacements 4] 22 Chincha Alta
Philippines Philippines Katarina Rodriguez[102] 26 Davao City
Poland Poland Agata Biernat[103] 28 Zduńska Wola
Portugal Portugal Carla Rodrigues[104] 25 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Dayanara Martínez[105] 25 Canóvanas
Russia Russia Natalya Stroeva[106][replacements 5] 19 Yakutsk
Rwanda Rwanda Liliane Iradukunda[108] 19 Western Province
Scotland Scotland Linzi McLelland[109] 24 East Kilbride
Senegal Senegal Aïssatou Filly[110] 22 Dakar
Serbia Serbia Ivana Trišić[111] 24 Belgrade
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Sarah Laura Tucker [112] 24 Bonthe
Singapore Singapore Vanessa Peh[113] 23 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Dominika Grecová[114] 20 Bratislava
Slovenia Slovenia Lara Kalanj[115] 18 Ljubljana
South Africa South Africa Thulisa Keyi[116] 26 East London
South Sudan South Sudan Florence Thompson[117] 19 Juba
Spain Spain Amaia Izar[118] 21 Agoitz
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Nadia Gyi[119] 18 Colombo
Tanzania Tanzania Queen Elizabeth Makune[120] 22 Dar es Salaam
Thailand Thailand Nicolene Pichapa Limsnukan[121] 20 Bangkok
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Ysabel Bisnath[122] 26 Port of Spain
Turkey Turkey Sevval Sahin[123] 19 Istanbul
Uganda Uganda Quiin Abenakyo[124] 22 Mayuge
Ukraine Ukraine Leonila Guz[125] 19 Kherson
United States United States Marisa Butler[126][designations 10] 24 Standish
Venezuela Venezuela Veruska Ljubisavljević[127] 27 Caracas
Vietnam Vietnam Trần Tiểu Vy[128] 18 Quảng Nam
Wales Wales Bethany Harris[129] 20 Newport
Zambia Zambia Musa Kalaluka[130] 20 Lusaka
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Belinda Potts[131] 21 Harare

Notes[edit]

Returns[edit]

Last competed in 2014:

Last competed in 2016:

Designations[edit]

  1. ^ ALBANIA – Nikita Preka was appointed as "Miss World Albania 2018" by Vera Grabocka after she was reappointed the franchise holder of Miss World in Albania.[10]
  2. ^ BELIZE – Jalyssa Arthurs was appointed as "Miss World Belize 2018" after a closed door ceremony took place organized by Michael Arnold, the national director of Miss World in Belize.
  3. ^ EGYPT – Mony Helal was appointed to represent Egypt by Youseff Sphai after he was reappointed the franchise holder for Miss World in Egypt.
  4. ^ EL SALVADOR – Metzi Solano was appointed as "Miss World El Salvador 2018" after Carlos Jimenez acquired the Miss World franchise in El Salvador. Metsi previously was Miss Supranational El Salvador 2013 and Miss Intercontinental El Salvador 2017.
  5. ^ FINLAND – Jenny Lappalainen was appointed as Miss World Finland 2018 by the national director of Miss Suomi pageant. Lappalainen was crowned the 2nd runner-up at the Miss Suomi 2018 pageant.
  6. ^ GUINEA-BISSAU – Rubiato Nhamajo was appointed to represent Guinea-Bissau, she was previously Miss Guinea-Bissau 2014.
  7. ^ ICELAND – Erla Ólafsdóttir was appointed to represent Iceland by Björn Leifsson, national director of Miss World in Iceland after no national pageant was held.
  8. ^ LATVIA – Daniela Gods-Romanovska was appointed to compete at the Miss World 2018 pageant by Julia Djadenko-Muggler and Kristina Djadenko, the national directors of Miss World in Latvia.
  9. ^ LEBANON – Mira Al-Toufaily was appointed to represent Lebanon after finishing 1st runner-up as the Miss Lebanon 2018 pageant.
  10. ^ 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.

Replacements[edit]

  1. ^ AUSTRIA– Izabela Ion was awarded the title of Miss Austria 2018 after the original winner Daniela Zivkov was dethroned by Jörg Rigger, the new national director of Miss Austria pageant for violating the terms and conditions stipulated in her contract. Ion represented the federal state of Vorarlberg at Miss Austria 2018 and was crowned the 1st runner-up at the pageant.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ LUXEMBOURG – Cassandra Lopes Monteiro was appointed to compete at Miss World 2018 pageant as a replacement to Kelly Nilles, Miss Luxembourg 2018 by Hervé 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.
  4. ^ PERU – Clarisse Uribe was crowned Miss World Peru 2018 by Tito Paz, the national director of the Miss World Peru contest, after the original winner Estefany Mauricci was dismissed for not having her accredited professional degree, which is one of the prerequisites to compete in the national contest. Uribe represented the department of Chincha and was the first finalist in the contest.
  5. ^ RUSSIA – Natalya Stroeva was appointed as Miss World Russia 2018 by Larisa Tikhonova the national director of Miss Russia pageant after the Miss Russia Organization took a collective decision to send Yulia Polyachikhina , the original winner of Miss Russia 2018 pageant only to Miss Universe 2018 so as to avoid scheduling conflicts. Stroeva represented the Republic of Yakutia at Miss Russia 2018 and was the 2nd runner-up at the pageant.[107]

Withdrawals[edit]

Crossovers[edit]

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

Miss International
Miss Supranational
Miss United Continents
  • 2018:  Peru: Clarisse Uribe
Miss Intercontinental
Miss Eco International
  • 2017:  Malta: Maria Ellul (Top 21)
World Miss University

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