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Miss Earth 2012, the 12th edition of the Miss Earth pageant, took place on 24 November 2012 at the Versailles Palace in Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines.[2] The pageant was broadcast live internationally on Star World was shown last 25 November 2012, 10:00 a.m. on ABS-CBN, or coverage on Studio 23, TFC-The Filipino Channel, and also on channels of participating counties worldwide.[3] Olga Álava from Ecuador, crowned her successor Tereza Fajksová, a 23-year-old university student and model from Brno in Czech Republic at the end of the event. Miss Earth-Air went to the 23-year-old German-Filipino fashion designer and model, Stephany Stefanowitz of the Philippines, Miss Earth-Water was awarded to a Maracaibo native Osmariel Villalobos, a 24-year-old broadcasting company talent from Venezuela, and Miss Earth-Fire was given to the 22-year-old, a student and model from Minas Gerais, Brazil. 80 contestants competed for the crown in this year's edition.

Miss Earth 2012
Date24 November 2012
PresentersMarc S. Nelson, Sandra Seifert, Ginger Conejero[1]
VenueVersailles Palace, Muntinlupa, Philippines
BroadcasterStar World, ABS-CBN, Studio 23, The Filipino Channel
Entrants80
Placements16
DebutsCook Islands, Moldova, Réunion Island
WithdrawalsAruba, Chile, Curaçao, Estonia, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ghana, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Luxembourg, Macau, Madagascar, Martinique, Nigeria, Peru, Portugal
ReturnsArgentina, Costa Rica, Fiji, Finland, Kenya, Malta, Mongolia, Nicaragua, Poland, South Sudan, Uruguay
WinnerTereza Fajksová
 Czech Republic
CongenialityPrachi Mishra
 India
Best National CostumeWaratthaya Wongchayaporn
 Thailand
PhotogenicOsmariel Villalobos
 Venezuela
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The theme of this year's Miss Earth edition was "International Year of Sustainable Energy for All".

Contents

ResultsEdit

PlacementsEdit

Final results Contestant
Miss Earth 2012
Miss Earth – Air 2012
Miss Earth – Water 2012
Miss Earth – Fire 2012
Top 8
Top 16

Special awardsEdit

Major awardsEdit

Awards Contestant
Best in Swimsuit   IndiaPrachi Mishra
Best in Evening Gown   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
Miss Congeniality   IndiaPrachi Mishra
Miss Photogenic   VenezuelaOsmariel Villalobos
Best in National Costume   ThailandWaratthaya Wongchayaporn

Minor/Sponsor awardsEdit

Miss Hannah's Formal Wear || Nepal - Nagma Shrestha
Awards Contestant
Miss Earth Pontefino   Netherlands – Shauny Bult
Best in Resort Wear   Venezuela – Osmariel Villalobos
  India – Prachi Mishra
  Puerto Rico – Darli Pacheco
Miss Earth Hamilo Coast   Paraguay – Alexandra Fretes
Miss Earth Golden Sunset   Venezuela – Osmariel Villalobos
Gandang Ricky Reyes Award   Spain – Nathalia Moreira
Miss Enchanted Kindness   Australia – Jenna Seymour
Miss MyPhone   Thailand – Waratthaya Wongchayaporn
  India – Prachi Mishra
  Philippines – Stephany Stefanowitz
Miss Ever Bilena   Thailand (two times)Waratthaya Wongchayaporn
  Guatemala – Stefany Miranda
  Spain – Nathalia Moreira
  Venezuela – Osmariel Villalobos
  Costa Rica – Fabiana Granados
Miss Advance   Russia – Natalia Pereverzeva
Miss Careline   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos
Miss Pink Water   Moldova – Aliona Chitoroaga
Miss Earth El Masfino   Germany – Nel-Linda Zublewitz
Miss Earth Royal Northwoods   Argentina – Tatiana Bischof
Miss Earth Pacific Mall   Thailand – Waratthaya Wongchayaporn
Miss Bicol Shirts   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos
Miss Metro Gaisano   Russia – Natalia Pereverzeva
Miss Pagudpud   Sweden – Camilla Hansson
Miss Hannah's Beach Resort   Venezuela – Osmariel Villalobos
Miss Advance Placenta   India – Prachi Mishra
Miss Psalmstre Placenta   Thailand – Waratthaya Wongchayaporn
Miss HP   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
Miss Kaolin Sea   Czech Republic – Tereza Fajksová
Miss Spontaneity   Bolivia – Dayana Dorado

Medal tableEdit

Country/Territory Contestant Gold   Silver   Bronze   total
  South Africa Tamerin Jardine 4 2 2 8
  India Prachi Mishra 3 3 2 8
  USA Siria Bojorquez 0 3 1 4
  Philippines Stephany Stefanowitz 1 1 2 4
  Wales Zoë Kinsella 1 0 2 3
  Pakistan Zanib Naveed 0 1 0 1
  Cook Islands Teuira Napa 0 0 1 1
  Netherlands Shauny Bult 0 1 1 2
    Nepal Nagma Shrestha 0 2 0 2
  Denmark Belinda Jensen 0 0 1 0
  US Virgin Islands Carolyn Whitney Carter 1 1 1 3
  Canada Valerie Remillard 1 0 0 1
  Belgium Madina Hamidi 2 1 0 3
  Australia Jenna Seymour 1 0 2 3
  Dominican Republic Rocio Castellanos 1 1 1 3
  Spain Nathalia Moreira 0 1 1 2
  Russia Natalia Pereverzeva 1 0 1 2
  Turkey İlknur Melis Durası 3 2 1 6
  Fiji Esther Foss 1 0 0 1
  Argentina Tatiana Bischof 0 1 1 2
  England Zahida Begum 1 0 0 1
  Czech Republic Tereza Fajksová 0 3 1 4
  Thailand Waratthaya Wongchayaporn 1 3 1 5
  Puerto Rico Darli Pacheco 4 0 0 4
  New Zealand Gloria Ofa Blake 0 1 1 2
  Botswana Lorraine Ditsebe 0 1 1 2
  Germany Nel-Linda Zublewitz 3 1 0 4
  Moldova Aliona Chitoroaga 0 1 2 3
  Honduras Odily Alvarenga 0 0 2 2
  Guam Sarah Filush 1 0 0 1
  Italy Giulia Capuani 1 1 0 2
  Singapore Phoebe Tan 0 0 2 2
  Belize Jessel Lauriano 1 0 0 1
  Austria Sandra Seidl 0 1 0 1
  Bosnia & Herzegovina Zerina Sirbegovic 1 1 0 2
  Slovak Republic Martina Grešová 0 0 1 1
  Mongolia Battsetseg Turbat 0 0 1 1
  Venezuela Osmariel Villalobos 3 0 0 3
  Costa Rica Fabiana Granados 0 0 2 2
  South Sudan Rachel Angeth 0 1 0 1
  Ukraine Ievgeniia Prokopenko 0 0 1 1
  Chinese Taipei Jen-Ling Lu 0 1 1 2
  Guadeloupe Sherina van der Koelen 0 1 0 1
  Malaysia Deviyah Daranee 1 0 1 2
  Malta Yasmin Falzon 0 1 0 1
  Paraguay Alexandra Fretes 2 0 0 2
  Norway Nina Fjalestad 0 2 1 3
  Korea Sa-ra Kim 0 2 1 3
  Ecuador Tatiana Torres 1 0 0 1
  Nicaragua Braxis Alvarez 0 1 1 2
   Switzerland Lea Sara Wittwer 0 0 1 1
  Trinidad & Tobago Amryl Nurse 0 1 0 1
  Sweden Camilla Hansson 0 0 1 1
  Guatemala Stefany Miranda 1 0 1 2
  Colombia Cindy Kohn-Cybulkiewicz 1 0 0 1

Challenge EventsEdit

M.E. Trivia ChallengeEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Trivia Challenge" was held on 4 November 2012.[4]

Result Contestant
Robinsons Place Dasmariñas, Cavite
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
  •   U.S.A. – Siria Bojorquez
 
Robinsons Pioneer Forum Edsa, Mandaluyong City
 
  •   Wales – Zoë Kinsella
 
 

Walk with M.E.Edit

The "Walk with Miss Earth Campaign" were held on the following dates: 4, 6, 7 and 8 November 2012.[5]

Result Contestant
Luneta Park
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
 
  •   Denmark – Belinda Jensen
  •   US Virgin Islands – Carolyn Whitney Carter
SM North EDSA
 
  •   Canada – Valerie Remillard
 
 
  •   Australia – Jenna Seymour
SM Mall of Asia
 
  •   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos
 
  •   Spain – Nathalia Moreira
 

I Love My Planet School CampaignEdit

The "I Love My Planet School Tour Challenge" were held on 5 and 8 November 2012. The following candidates were chosen as the "Best School Tour Teachers". [6]

Result Contestant
Binangonan Elementary School, Rizal
 
 
 
  •   Netherlands – Shauny Bult
Ilaya and P. Jarin Elementary Schools, Rizal
 
  •   Fiji – Esther Foss
 
  •   Argentina – Tatiana Bischof
 
  •   Wales – Zoë Kinsella

Dolphins Love Freedom Mural Painting ChallengeEdit

The "Dolphins Love Freedom Mural Painting Challenge" was held on 5 November 2012 at the Asian Center, Katipunan in Quezon City, Philippines.[6]

Result Contestant
Group 1
 
  •   England – Zahida Begum
 
 
  •   Crimea – Liudmyla Kuzmina
Group 2
 
 
 
  •   Australia – Jane Seymour

Press PresentationEdit

The Official Press Presentation of the Miss Earth 2012 candidates was held on 6 November 2012 at the F1 Hotel in Taguig City. The following candidates were chosen as "Darlings of the Press":

Result Contestant
 
 
 
  •   U.S.A. – Siria Bojorquez

Liter of Light Project CampaignEdit

The "Liter of Light Project Campaign" were held on the following dates: 6, 8 and 10 November 2012 in San Juan City. The project promotes the use of plastic bottles with water as an alternative bulb. The following candidates are hailed as "The Fastest Learners" in making the project.[7]

Result Contestant
Group 1
 
 
  •   New Zealand – Gloria Ofa Blake
 
  •   Botswana – Lorraine Ditsebe
Group 3
 
  •   Germany – Nel-Linda Zublewitz
 
  •   Moldova – Aliona Chitoroaga
 
  •   Honduras – Odily Alvarenga

Environmental SeminarEdit

The Environmental Seminar of the Miss Earth 2012 candidates was held on 7 November 2012 at the Bulwagang Ninoy, Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife in Diliman, Quezon City. The following candidates were chosen with the "Best Participation":[8]

Result Contestant
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
  •   U.S.A. – Siria Bojorquez
 
  •   New Zealand – Gloria Ofa Blake

In the same event, the following candidates were chosen as the "Most Sociable":[8]

Result Contestant
 
  •   Guam – Sarah Filush
 
  •   Italy – Giulia Capuani
 
  •   Singapore – Phoebe Tan

M.E. Greenbag ChallengeEdit

The Miss Earth Greenbag Challenge was held at the Mall of Asia in Pasay City, Philippines on 8 November 2012. The activity promotes the use of reusable bags. The following groups of candidates emerged as winners:[9]

Result Contestant
 
  •   Australia – Jenna Seymour
  •   BelgiumMadina Hamidi
  •   Belize – Jessel Lauriano
 
  •   Austria – Sandra Seidl
  •   Bosnia & Herzegovina – Zerina Sirbegovic
  •   Botswana – Lorraine Ditsebe
 
  •   Singapore – Phoebe Tan
  •   Slovak Republic – Martina Grešová
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine

Resorts Wear competitionEdit

The Resorts Wear Competition of the Miss Earth 2012 candidates were held on 9, 13 and 17 November 2012.[10]

Result Contestant
Lingayen, Pangasinan (Group 1)
 
 
 
  •   Mongolia – Battsetseg Turbat
Pontefino Hotel (Group 2)[10]
 
 
 
Legazpi City, Albay (Group 3)
 
  •   Germany – Nel-Linda Zublewitz
 
  •   Wales – Zoë Kinsella
 

M.E. Eco-AmbassadressEdit

The following contestants were chosen as Eco-Ambassadress:[11]

Result Contestant
Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro (Group 3)
 
  •   Germany – Nel-Linda Zublewitz
 
  •   South Sudan – Rachel Angeth
 
  •   Ukraine – Ievgeniia Prokopenko

M.E. Talent CompetitionEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Talent Competition" were held on 10 and 11 November 2012. The winners are:[6]

Result Contestant
Robinsons Starmills, Pampanga (Group 1)
 
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
  •   Chinese Taipei – Jen-Ling Lu
Enchanted Kingdom, Sta. Rosa, Laguna (Group 2)
 
 
  •   Guadeloupe – Sherina van der Koelen
 
  •   Spain – Nathalia Moreira
Dilinger's Bar, Makati City (Group 3)
 
  •   Malaysia – Deviyah Daranee
 
  •   Malta – Yasmin Falzon
 
  •   Honduras – Odily Alvarenga

M.E. Sponsored Swimsuit ParadeEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Sponsored Swimsuit Parade" was held on 9 November 2012. The winners are:

Result Contestant
Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro (Group 3)
 
  •   Paraguay – Alexandra Fretes
 
 
  •   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos

M.E. Official Swimsuit CompetitionEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Official Swimsuit Competition" were held on 10 and 14 November 2012. The winners are:[12]

Result Contestant
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (Group 1)
 
 
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
Golden Sunset Resort, Calatagan, Batangas (Group 2)
 
 
 
  •   U.S.A. – Siria Bojorquez
Northwoods, Bulacan (Group 3)
 
  •   Paraguay – Alexandra Fretes
 
 
  •   Argentina – Tatiana Bischof

M.E. Most Fun BeautyEdit

Result Contestant
Group 2
 
  •   Ecuador – Tatiana Torres
 
  •   Nicaragua – Braxis Alvarez
 
  •    Switzerland – Lea Sara Wittwer

M.E. TRESemmé Hair ChallengeEdit

Result Contestants
Group 2
 
 
  •   Korea – Sa-ra Kim
 
  •   Turkey – İlknur Melis Durası

M.E. Ever Bilena Make-up ChallengeEdit

Result Contestant
Group 3
 
 
  •   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos
 
  •   Moldova – Aliona Chitoroaga

M.E. Charity Day ChallengeEdit

Result Contestant
Childhaus (Group 1)
 
  •   Bosnia & Herzegovina – Zerina Sirbegovic
 
  •   Trinidad & Tobago – Amryl Nurse
 
  •   Nicaragua – Braxis Alvarez

M.E. Evening Gown CompetitionEdit

Result Contestant
Pangasinan (Group 1)
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
 
The Lake Hotel Tagaytay (Group 2)
 
  •   US Virgin Islands – Carolyn Whitney Carter
 
 
SMDC (Group 3)
 
  •   Guatemala – Stefany Miranda
 
 

M.E. National Costume CompetitionEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 National Competition" was held on 19 November at the F1 Hotel in Taguig City.

Result Contestant
 
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
  •   Malaysia – Deviyah Daranee

M.E. Miss PhotogenicEdit

The Miss Photogenic winners were announced on 19 November 2012.[citation needed]

Result Contestant
 
 
 

M.E. Miss FriendshipEdit

Result Contestant
Group 1
 
  •   Colombia – Cindy Kohn-Cybulkiewicz
 
  •   Chinese Taipei – Jen-Ling Lu
 
Group 2
 
 
  •   Korea – Sa-ra Kim
 
  •   Guam – Sarah Filush
Group 3
 
  •   Italy – Giulia Capuani
 
  •   Germany – Nel-Linda Zublewitz
 
  •   Moldova – Aliona Chitoroaga

Order of AnnouncementsEdit

Winning answerEdit

Final Question in Miss Earth 2012: "What would you consider as your defining moment as a woman?"

Answer of Miss Earth 2012: "Good evening ladies and gentlemen, I'm so afraid that's my problem because I didn't understand the question so I will try to say this message : I want to say that we have to protect Mother Earth because you know, how big mother earth and the people is not a privilege it's a duty for us living on this planet…she gave us everything what we need to the life, so let's respect her and she will be respect us, so thank you, thank you so much." – Tereza Fajksová, represented Czech Republic.[citation needed]

JudgesEdit

No. Judge Background
1 Harry Morris Filipino-Welsh Athlete, Welsh Premier League member and the Philippine Volcanoes Rugby Team Captain, also holds a Marine Biology degree from the University of Essex
2 Lawrence Peña Resident Manager, Best Western Premier F1 Hotel at The Fort – the official residence of Miss Earth 2012 candidates
3 Mayenne Carmona Society Columnist, writer, and Book Author-Editor
4 Nancy Yeoh Malaysian media maven, founder and CEO of Stylo International Datuk
5 Bobby Ray Parks Jr. Filipino-American Athlete, UAAP MVP basketball player from the National University, son of the basketball legend and PBA hall-of-famer Bobby Ray Parks
6 Eddie Tan Star World channel Executive
7 Allen Roxas Chairperson and president of Statemotor Corporation and Versailles Palace Alabang State Properties
8 Joseph Foltz United States Agency for International Development (USAID) deputy chief of the Energy, Environment and Climate Change
9 Edward Hagedorn Puerto Princesa City, Palawan mayor, a top local official who campaigned the world famous Puerto Princesa Subterranean River to be included in the New7Wonders of Nature

Background musicEdit

  • Opening: "Dance Again Remix" by Jennifer Lopez
  • Evening Gown Competition: "Diamonds (Rihanna)" by Jordan Ware (Violin Remix)
  • Swimsuit Competition: "Fashionista" by Jimmy James (Instrument)

ControversiesEdit

Miss Earth Russia, Natalia Pereverzeva, has been heavily criticized for posing topless and for being the cover girl of the Russian Playboy’s May 2011 issue (about six months before when she was crowned new Miss Earth Russia 2012). The 24 year old model and former finance specialist, then sporting a blonde hair, appeared to have her hands covering her private parts and did a double breast exposure. Pereverzeva kept mum about the topless photos when asked by media.

She stated, "I don’t think that’s a good question for Miss Earth. Real beauty should be not only natural beauty but the beauty should come from the inside". Her fellow candidates have mixed reactions regarding the issue.

However, the organizers of the Miss Earth contest came to the defense of the Russian beauty, saying Pereverzeva did not violate moral standards.

They also said Pereverzeva’s Playboy pictorial was not as daring as the Playboy spread of another European contest who was not allowed to participate in the pageant.

"We cannot enforce our own cultural standards on candidates from other countries. Since Miss Earth is a global endeavor, Miss Russia was chosen through a legitimate official process in her country," Lorraine Schuck, Miss Earth executive vice president, said in a statement.[13]

Barely after a week, Miss Russia made the international headlines once again by provoking an outrage in her motherland by calling it "a beggar" and "my poor long-suffering country, mercilessly torn to pieces by greedy, dishonest, unbelieving people".[14] The source of the outrage came from a response to a standard question about what made her proud of her country and what she could promote about it, asked of all contestants of Miss Earth which has been stated in the pageant's official website.[15]

Pereverzeva began by praising her country, saying it was, "a kind cow with very big eyes, funny horns and always chewing its mouth; oh, what sweet milk she gives!"[16][17][18]

But, veering off message, she added: "My Russia is a beggar. My Russia cannot help her elderly and orphans. From it, bleeding, like from a sinking ship, engineers, doctors, teachers are fleeing, because they have nothing to live on. My Russia – it is an endless Caucasian war."[19][18]

The stinging indictment, published in full on the pageant's website, caused a furore in Russia.[20][21]

Result Contestant
Robinsons Starmills, Pampanga (Group 1)
 
 
  •   South Africa – Tamerin Jardine
 
  •   Chinese Taipei – Jen-Ling Lu
Enchanted Kingdom, Sta. Rosa, Laguna (Group 2)
 
 
  •   Guadeloupe – Sherina van der Koelen
 
  •   Spain – Nathalia Moreira
Dilinger's Bar, Makati City (Group 3)
 
  •   Malaysia – Deviyah Daranee
 
  •   Malta – Yasmin Falzon
 
  •   Honduras – Odily Alvarenga

M.E. Sponsored Swimsuit ParadeEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Sponsored Swimsuit Parade" was held on 9 November 2012. The winners are:

Result Contestant
Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro (Group 3)
 
  •   Paraguay – Alexandra Fretes
 
 
  •   Dominican Republic – Rocio Castellanos

M.E. Official Swimsuit CompetitionEdit

The "Miss Earth 2012 Official Swimsuit Competition" were held on 10 and 14 November 2012. The winners are:

ContestantsEdit

Country/Territory Contestant Age Height Weight Hometown Group
  Argentina Tatiana Bischof[22] 18 5 ft 10 12 in (1.79 m) 132 lb (60 kg) Resistencia 3
  Australia Jenna Seymour[23] 21 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Glenmore Park 2
  Austria Sandra Seidl[24] 24 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 105 lb (48 kg) Vienna 1
  Bahamas Brooke Sherman[25] 22 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 120 lb (54 kg) Freeport 2
  Belgium Madina Hamidi[26] 25 5 ft 6 12 in (1.69 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Antwerp 2
  Belize Jessel Lauriano[27] 24 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 124 lb (56 kg) Belize City 2
  Bolivia Dayana Dorado[28] 18 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 119 lb (54 kg) Beni 3
  Bosnia & Herzegovina Zerina Sirbegovic[29] 21 5 ft 6 12 in (1.69 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Srebrenik 1
  Botswana Lorraine Ditsebe[30] 19 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) 118 lb (54 kg) Mochudi 1
  Brazil Camila Brant[31] 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 130 lb (59 kg) Patos de Minas 1
  Canada Valerie Remillard[32] 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 107 lb (49 kg) Saint-Félix-de-Valois 2
  China Jin Rong[33] 25 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Beijing 2
  Chinese Taipei Jen-Ling Lu[34] 23 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Taipei 1
  Colombia Cindy Kohn-Cybulkiewicz[35] 25 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Maicao 1
  Cook Islands Teuira Napa[36] 19 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Avarua 1
  Costa Rica Fabiana Granados[37] 22 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Hojancha 2
  Crimea Liudmyla Kuzmina[38] 24 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 118 lb (54 kg) Kiev 1
  Czech Republic Tereza Fajksová[39] 23 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Ivančice 1
  Denmark Belinda Jensen[40] 22 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 134 lb (61 kg) Tølløse 1
  Dominican Republic Rocio Castellanos[41] 25 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 135 lb (61 kg) Santiago de los Caballeros 3
  Ecuador Tatiana Torres[42] 25 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 120 lb (54 kg) Cuenca 1
  El Salvador Yaritza Rivera[43] 18 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 130 lb (59 kg) San Vicente 1
  England Zahida Begum[44] 18 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) 115 lb (52 kg) Northumberland 1
  Fiji Esther Foss[45] 21 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 141 lb (64 kg) Suva 3
  Finland Kristiina Airi[46] 19 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 118 lb (54 kg) Helsinki 1
  Germany Nel-Linda Zublewitz[47] 19 5 ft 9 12 in (1.77 m) 140 lb (64 kg) Bünde 3
  Guadeloupe Sherina van der Koelen[48] 19 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 129 lb (59 kg) Pointe à Pitre 2
  Guam Sarah Filush[49] 24 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m) 113 lb (51 kg) Piti 2
  Guatemala Stefany Miranda[50] 23 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 115 lb (52 kg) Guatemala City 3
  Honduras Odily Alvarenga[51] 22 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) 109 lb (49 kg) San Pedro Sula 3
  India Prachi Mishra[52] 24 5 ft 8 12 in (1.74 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Uttar Pradesh 2
  Indonesia Chelsy Liven[53] 24 5 ft 9 12 in (1.77 m) 132 lb (60 kg) Tangerang 1
  Italy Giulia Capuani[54] 22 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 123 lb (56 kg) Milan 3
  Japan Megumi Noda[55] 25 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Shiga 1
  Kenya Fiona Konchellah[56] 23 5 ft 9 12 in (1.77 m) 123 lb (56 kg) Nairobi 3
  Korea Sa-ra Kim[57] 24 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Seoul 2
  Kosovo Ajshe Babatinca[58] 18 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Pristina 2
  Lebanon Patricia Geagea[59] 21 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Beirut 2
  Malaysia Deviyah Daranee[60] 21 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Kuala Lumpur 3
  Malta Yasmin Falzon[61] 21 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 107 lb (49 kg) Valletta 3
  Mexico Paola Aguilar Concha[62] 20 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Yucatan 3
  Moldova Aliona Chitoroaga[63] 24 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 116 lb (53 kg) Chișinău 3
  Mongolia Battsetseg Turbat[64] 21 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Ulan Bator 1
    Nepal Nagma Shrestha[65] 21 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 132 lb (60 kg) Kathmandu 2
  Netherlands Shauny Bult[66] 21 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 134 lb (61 kg) Boxtel 2
  New Zealand Gloria Ofa Blake[67] 20 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 115 lb (52 kg) Auckland 1
  Nicaragua Braxis Alvarez[68] 25 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 120 lb (54 kg) Río San Juan 1
  Northern Ireland Ciara Walker[69] 20 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Derry 2
  Norway Nina Fjalestad[70] 19 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Asker 3
  Pakistan Zanib Naveed[71] 25 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 113 lb (51 kg) Lahore 3
  Panama Ana Lorena Ibáñez[72] 26 5 ft 8 12 in (1.74 m) 120 lb (54 kg) Penonomé 2
  Paraguay Alexandra Fretes[73] 24 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 132 lb (60 kg) Asunción 3
  Philippines Stephany Stefanowitz[74] 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 125 lb (57 kg) Quezon City 1
  Poland Justyna Rajczyk[75] 20 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Poznań 1
  Puerto Rico Darli Pacheco[76] 23 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 135 lb (61 kg) Toa Baja 1
  Réunion Island Aïsha Valy[77] 22 5 ft 8 12 in (1.74 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Entre-Deux 1
  Romania Iulia Monica Dumitrescu[78] 20 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Cluj-Napoca 3
  Russia Natalia Pereverzeva[79] 24 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Kursk 3
  Scotland Sara Pender[80] 22 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 133 lb (60 kg) Lanarkshire 2
  Singapore Phoebe Tan[81] 24 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Singapore 1
  Slovak Republic Martina Grešov[82] 26 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Humenné 1
  Slovenia Anjeza Barbatovci[83] 21 5 ft 8 12 in (1.74 m) 119 lb (54 kg) Ljubljana 3
  South Africa Tamerin Jardine[84] 25 5 ft 10 12 in (1.79 m) 120 lb (54 kg) Sandton 1
  South Sudan Rachel Angeth[85] 21 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 143 lb (65 kg) Juba 3
  Spain Nathalia Moreira[86] 20 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 121 lb (55 kg) Madrid 2
  Sri Lanka Chathurika Ariyawansha[87] 25 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 99 lb (45 kg) Colombo 3
  Sweden Camilla Hansson[88] 23 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 117 lb (53 kg) Stockholm 2
   Switzerland Lea Sara Wittwer[89] 21 5 ft 5 12 in (1.66 m) 119 lb (54 kg) Bern 1
  Tanzania Bahati Chando[90] 20 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Dar es Salaam 2
  Thailand Waratthaya Wongchayaporn[91] 19 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 103 lb (47 kg) Songkhla 3
  Trinidad & Tobago Amryl Nurse[92] 22 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) 134 lb (61 kg) Chickland 1
  Turkey İlknur Melis Durası[93] 22 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) 130 lb (59 kg) Istanbul 2
  Ukraine Ievgeniia Prokopenko[94] 25 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 116 lb (53 kg) Sumy 3
  Uruguay Cynthia Kutscher[95] 22 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) 118 lb (54 kg) Salto 2
  USA Siria Bojorquez[96] 19 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 126 lb (57 kg) El Paso 2
  US Virgin Islands Carolyn Whitney Carter[97] 22 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) 105 lb (48 kg) Christiansted 2
  Venezuela Osmariel Villalobos[98] 24 5 ft 8 12 in (1.74 m) 118 lb (54 kg) Maracaibo 2
  Vietnam Đỗ Hoàng Anh[99] 18 5 ft 9 12 in (1.77 m) 130 lb (59 kg) Ha Noi 3
  Wales Zoë Kinsella[100] 20 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m) 110 lb (50 kg) Cardiff 3
  Zimbabwe Dimitra Markou[101] 18 5 ft 7 12 in (1.71 m) 114 lb (52 kg) Bulawayo 2

NotesEdit

DebutsEdit

  •   Cook Islands
  •   Moldova
  •   Réunion

ReturnsEdit

  • Last competed in 2004:
    •   Uruguay
  • Last competed in 2007:
    •   Fiji
  • Last competed in 2008:
    •   Finland
  • Last competed in 2009:
    •   Argentina
  • Last competed in 2010:
    •   Costa Rica
    •   Kenya
    •   Malta
    •   Mongolia
    •   Nicaragua
    •   Poland
    •   South Sudan

ReplacementsEdit

  •   Chinese Taipei – Tien-Jung Kuo was replaced by Jen-Ling Lu for undisclosed reason.[97]
  •   EcuadorEstefanía Realpe was replaced by Tatiana Torres due the original winner was dethroned.[102]
  •   Guadeloupe – Feh Rosseau Nyamndi was replaced by Sherina Vanderkoeelen for undisclosed reason.[97]
  •   Lebanon – Eliane khawand was replaced by Patricia Geagea for undisclosed reason.[97]
  •   Mongolia – Uyanga Ochirbat was replaced by Battsetseg Turbat for undisclosed reason.[97]
  •   Spain – Joanna Guianolini was replaced by Nathalia Moreira.
  •   Dominican Republic – Alba Aquino could not compete due to a dispute and was dismissed; replaced by Rocío Castellanos.

CrossoversEdit

Contestants who previously competed at other international beauty pageants or are expected to: