Miss Brazil World

Miss Brazil World (or Miss Mundo Brasil, in Portuguese) is a beauty contest held annually which aims to choose the best candidate to represent their country with honor in the traditional international Miss World contest.[1] The Brazilian representatives began to be sent from the year 1958,[2] with girl from Pernambuco Sônia Maria Campos.[3] Since 2006 who manages the sending of representatives to the international event is the team led by Henrique Fontes (Global Beauties Website director). The country has so far only an international crown, obtained with the medicine studant Lúcia Petterle in 1971.[4]

Miss Brazil World
Formation1958
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro
Location
Membership
Miss World
Miss Supranational
Miss Grand International
Miss Charm International
Miss United Continents
Miss Eco International
Reina Hispanoamericana
Reinado del Café
Reinado de la Ganadería
Official language
Portuguese
President
Henrique Fontes
WebsiteCNB

Organization

 
Henrique Fontes with Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar, in Brasília.

The event excels in originality and social responsibility, having been the first large national beauty contest to include in its official activities evidence of talent, sports and fashion, in addition to encouraging the practice of philanthropic actions (following its motto, Beauty with a Purpose).[5] All of this, not to mention the privilege and responsibility of representing Brazil - all its culture and biodiversity - at Miss World, which is currently considered the main beauty contest on the planet, since it was the pioneer worldwide, having its first edition held in 1951.

Since taking on the coordination of the contest in 2006,[6] Henrique Fontes has been trying to reposition the image of the Brazilian stage with a Miss World organization by bringing the winners of the competitions to honor the event. The visit of the British Julia Morley, CEO of the international dispute in 2013 to watch and closely monitor the election of the most beautiful Brazilian, consolidating the work of Fontes ahead of the organization for more than ten years. Among the holders of the Miss World title who have already been present in the national, the following stand out: Unnur Birna, Icelandic elected Miss World 2005,[7] came to Brazil to honor the election of Jane Borges in the highly disputed competition of Miss Mundo Brasil 2006; Seven years after the arrival of Unnur, it was the turn of the Chinese Yu Wenxia[8] to participate in the election of the most beautiful Brazilian of 2013 who crowned the gaucho Sancler Frantz as the winner; The third and last time that a Miss World stepped on Brazilian soil was the Indian Manushi Chhillar in 2018 as part of her tour of "Beauty with a Purpose" Chhlar visited several cities in the country such as the capital Brasília.[9]

Titleholders

Miss Brazil for Miss World

Note: The current franchise owner started the competition on 2006.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant Represented Placement Special Awards
  2021 61 Caroline Teixeira Distrito Federal TBD
2020 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020.
  2019 60 Elis Miele Espírito Santo 3rd runner-up Queen of Americas
  2018 59 Jéssica Carvalho Piauí
  2017 58 Gabrielle Vilela Rio de Janeiro Top 40
  2016 57 Beatrice Fontoura Goiás Top 11
  2015 56 Catharina Choi Ilhabela Top 20 Queen of Americas
  2014 55 Júlia Gama Rio Grande do Sul Top 11 Beauty with a Purpose
  2013 54 Sacler Frantz Ilha dos Lobos 3rd runner-up Queen of Americas & Beach Fashion
  2012 53 Mariana Notarângelo Rio de Janeiro 4th runner-up Queen of Americas
  2011 52 Juceila Bueno Rio Grande do Sul Top 31
  2010 51 Kamilla Salgado Pará
  2009 50 Luciana Reis Roraima Top 16
  2008 49 Tamara Almeida Minas Gerais Top 15
  2007 48 Regiane Andrade Santa Catarina
  2006 47 Jane Borges Goiás 3rd runner-up Queen of Americas
  2005 46 Patrícia Reginato Paraná
  2004 45 Iara Coelho Minas Gerais
  2003 44 Lara Brito Goiás
  2002 43 Taíza Thomsen Santa Catarina
  2001 42 Joyce Aguiar São Paulo
  2000 41 Francine Eickemberg Santa Catarina
  1999 40 Paula Carvalho Rio de Janeiro
  1998 39 Adriana Reis Rondônia Top 10 Miss Photogenic
  1997 38 Fernanda Agnes Rio Grande do Sul
  1996 37 Anuska Prado Espírito Santo 2nd runner-up Most Spectacular National Dress
  1995 36 Elessandra Dartora Paraná
  1994 35 Valquíria Melnik Paraná
  1993 34 Lyliá Virna Alagoas
  1992 33 Priscila Furlan São Paulo
  1991 32 Cátia Kupssinskü Rio Grande do Sul
  1990 31 Karla Kwiatkowski Paraná
  1989 Brazil did not compete.
  1988
  1987 30 Simone Augusto Pernambuco
  1986 29 Roberta Pereira Santa Catarina
  1985 28 Leila Bittencourt Rio Grande do Sul Top 15
  1984 27 Adriana Alves Rio Grande do Sul 5th runner-up
  1983 26 Cátia Pedrosa Rio de Janeiro 2nd runner-up Miss Personality
  1982 25 Mônica Januzzi Paraná
  1981 24 Maristela Grazzia São Paulo 3rd runner-up
  1980 23 Loiane Aiache Brasília
  1979 22 Léa Dall'Acqua São Paulo 5th runner-up
  1978 21 Angélica Viana Bahia
  1977 20 Madalena Sbaraini Rio Grande do Sul 3rd runner-up
  1976 19 Adelaide Fraga Brasília
  1975 18 Zaida Costa Bahia
  1974 17 Marisa Sommer Brasília Top 15
  1973 16 Florence Alvarenga Minas Gerais Top 15
  1972 15 Ângela Favi São Paulo
  1971 14 Lúcia Petterle Guanabara Miss World 1971
  1970 13 Sônia Guerra São Paulo 5th runner-up
  1969 12 Cristina Rodrigues Rio Grande do Sul
  1968 11 Ângela Stecca Minas Gerais
  1967 10 Wilza Rainato Paraná
  1966 9 Marluce Manvailler Mato Grosso 3rd runner-up
  1965 8 Berenice Lunardi Minas Gerais
  1964 7 Isabel Avelar Sergipe 3rd runner-up
  1963 6 Vera Maia Guanabara Top 14
  1962 5 Vera Sabá Guanabara
  1961 4 Alda Coutinho Guanabara
  1960 3 Edilene Torreão Pernambuco Top 10
  1959 2 Dione Brito Pernambuco
  1958 1 Sônia Campos Pernambuco

Miss Brazil for Miss Supranational

Note: Between 2014 and 2017, the brazilian representatives was sent by another organization, led by Luiz Roberto Kauffmann.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2022 13 TBA TBA TBA
  2021 12 Deise Benício São Rafael, RN Top 24 Queen of Americas
  2020 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020.
  2019 11 Fernanda Souza Joinville, SC
  2018 10 Bárbara Reis Novo Repartimento, PA Top 10 Best Model & Queen of Americas
  2017 9 Thayná Lima Brasília, DF Top 25
  2016 8 Clóris Junges Curitiba, PR Top 25
  2015 7 Amanda Gomes Jaú, SP
  2014 6 Milla Vieira São Paulo, SP
  2013 5 Raquel Benetti São Francisco de Paula, RS Top 10 Queen of Americas
  2012 4 Mariane Silvestre Araraquara, SP
  2011 3 Suymara Barreto Belém, PA Top 20 Best National Costume
  2010 2 Luciana Reis Belo Horizonte, MG Top 10
  2009 1 Karine Osório Ponta Grossa, PR Top 15 Queen of Americas

Miss Brazil for Miss Grand International

Note: in 2014, Yameme was chosen by a different organization, led by Gerson Antonelli.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2021 9 Lorena Rodrigues Juiz de Fora, MG TBD
  2020 8 Lala Guedes Campina Grande, PB 4th runner-up Best in Swimsuit
  2019 7 Marjorie Marcelle São Paulo, SP 4th runner-up
  2018 6 Gabrielle Vilela Angra dos Reis, RJ Top 20
  2017 5 Caroline Venturini Tramandaí, RS Top 20
  2016 4 Renata Sena Lisboa, PT
  2015 3 Paula Gomes Campo Grande, MS Top 10
  2014 2 Yameme Ibrahim Criciúma, SC Top 20
  2013 1 Tamara Bicca Porto Alegre, RS Top 10

Miss Brazil for Miss Charm International

Note: The international competition will debut in 2021.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2021 1 Ariely Stoczyński Goiânia, GO TBD

Miss Brazil for Miss United Continents

Note: Before 2013, Miss United Continents was Miss Continente Americano, a continental pageant.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2020 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020.
  2019 7 Thylara Brenner Itajaí, SC
  2018 6 Gleycy Correia Macaé, RJ
  2017 5 Emanuelle Costa Belém, PA
  2016 4 Taynara Gargantini Paranavaí, PR 3rd runner-up
  2015 3 Nathália Lago Castanhal, PA Miss United Continents
  2014 2 Camila Nantes Campo Grande, MS Top 10
  2013 1 Thainara Latenik Herval d'Oeste, SC

Miss Brazil for Miss Eco International

Note: 1 Brazil compete also with another representative, for the island of Fernando de Noronha.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2021 Brazil did not compete.
  2020 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020.
  2019 4 Tainá Laydner Marcelino Ramos, RS Miss Eco Latin America
  2019 Karine Martovicz 1 Gaurama, RS
  2018 3 Daiane Savi Sananduva, RS Top 10
  2018 Vivianne Félix 1 Recife, PE Miss Photogenic
  2017 2 Stephany Pim Vitória, ES Miss Photogenic
  2016 1 Laís Berté Garibaldi, RS 1st runner-up
  2015 Brazil did not compete.

Miss Brazil for Reina Hispanoamericana

Note: Before 2007, Reina Hispanoamericana was Miss Sudamericana, a continental pageant.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2021 13 Bruna Zanardo Laranjal Paulista, SP TBD
  2020 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020.
  2019 12 Gabrielle Vilela Angra dos Reis, RJ 1st runner-up Top 3 Best Body
  2018 11 Isabele Pandini São José do Rio Preto, SP 1st runner-up Chica Amazonas & Miss Patra Sports
  2017 10 Laís Berté Garibaldi, RS 2nd runner-up
  2016 9 Mayra Dias Itacoatiara, AM 2nd runner-up Miss Personality
  2015 8 Larissa Dienstmann Campo Grande, MS
  2014 7 Raquel Benetti São Francisco de Paula, RS 7th runner-up
  2013 6 Kimberly Maciel Videira, SC
  2012 5 Jeanine Castro Sete Lagoas, MG 4th runner-up
  2011 Tamara Almeida fainte for diabetes during the preliminaries. She withdrew.
  2010 4 Suymara Barreto Belém, PA 3rd runner-up
  2009 3 Lívia Nepomuceno Brasília, DF 2nd runner-up Chica Aerosur
  2008 2 Vivian Noronha Umuarama, PR Reina Hispanoamericana Best Figure
  2007 1 Jane Borges Goiânia, GO 1st runner-up Best Smile

Miss Brazil for Reinado Internacional del Café

Note: Before 2007, another organization was responsible for sending the Brazilian representatives.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2022 37 Gabriela Cordeiro Almirante Tamandaré, PR TBD
  2021 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2021.
  2020 36 Bianca Loyolla Linhares, ES
  2019 35 Inessa Pontes Limoeiro do Norte, CE 4th runner-up Best Face
  2018 34 Anna Lyssa Valim Brasília, DF Best Face
  2017 33 Francielly Ouriques São José, SC 3rd runner-up Best Hair & Best Legs
  2016 32 Júlia Horta Juiz de Fora, MG 1st runner-up
  2015 31 Vitória Bisognin Santa Maria, RS 3rd runner-up Best Hair
  2014 30 Priscilla Durand Campina Grande, PB Reina Internacional del Café Best Legs
  2013 29 Andressa Mello Ijuí, RS Queen of Police
  2012 28 Aline Reis Belém, PA 4th runner-up
  2011 27 Isabelle Sampaio Recife, PE
  2010 26 Mariana Notarângelo Duque de Caxias, RJ Reina Internacional del Café Queen of Police
  2009 25 Anelize Garcia Maringá, PR
  2008 24 Loraine Gimenez Salvador, BA
  2007 23 Clarissa Caetano São José dos Pinhais, PR

Miss Brazil for Reinado Internacional de la Ganadería

Note: The international competition started on 2008.

Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Host/Year Participation Contestant City/State of Birth Placement Special Awards
  2021 Due to the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, no pageant in 2020 and 2021.
  2020
  2019 11 Joanna Camargo Soledade, RS Reina Int. de la Ganadería Best Hair
  2018 10 Amanda Brenner Santa Maria, RS 1st runner-up Queen of Police
  2017 9 Kelly Sendy Várzea Grande, MT Queen of Police
  2016 Brazil did not compete.
  2015 8 Elisa Freitas Florianópolis, SC Best Face & Body  · Best in Fandango
  2014 7 Taynara Gargantini Paranavaí, PR Reina Int. de la Ganadería
  2013 6 Gabrielle Vilela Angra dos Reis, RJ Reina Int. de la Ganadería
  2012 5 Nataly Uchôa Macapá, AP
  2011 4 Marina Fagundes São José, SC
  2010 3 Cristiane Kampa São José dos Pinhais, PR 2nd runner-up
  2009 2 Samara Valêncio Cuiabá, MT
  2008 1 Cissa Stolariki Jaboticabal, SP 1st runner-up

References

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  3. ^ MATUTE, Julio Rodríguez (24 November 2019). "Miss World 1958". Connect Brazil. Retrieved 31 March 2021.
  4. ^ TUCSON DAILY, By (11 November 1971). "Brazilian picked as Miss World". Tucson Daily. Retrieved 31 March 2021.
  5. ^ REDAÇÃO, Da (18 December 2014). "Fim de uma era: Miss Mundo Brasil dá adeus ao biquíni". VEJA. Retrieved 31 March 2021.
  6. ^ DE PAULA, Fábio Luís (5 August 2018). "Etapa brasileira do Miss Mundo celebra 60 anos com 48 candidatas nesta quarta". Folha de São Paulo. Retrieved 31 March 2021.
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