Miss Universe 2015

Miss Universe 2015, the 64th Miss Universe pageant, was held on December 20, 2015 at The AXIS in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Paulina Vega of Colombia crowned her successor Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines at the end of the event. After 42 years, this is the third time the Philippines won Miss Universe, after Margarita Moran in 1973. 80 contestants competed for the crown.

Miss Universe 2015
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Pia Wurtzbach, Miss Universe 2015
DateDecember 20, 2015
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueThe AXIS, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Broadcaster
Entrants80
Placements15
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerPia Wurtzbach
 Philippines
CongenialityWhitney Shikongo
 Angola
Best National CostumeAniporn Chalermburanawong
 Thailand
PhotogenicSamantha McClung
 New Zealand
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This was the first edition of the Miss Universe pageant to be held under the ownership of WME/IMG, which purchased the Miss Universe Organization from Donald Trump on September 14, 2015, three days after NBCUniversal sold him its 50% interest in the organization in exchange for Trump's dropping a breach of contract lawsuit he filed against the media company in August for terminating NBC's contract to televise the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants. Consequently, it is also the first Miss Universe event to be aired by Fox and Azteca, which replaced NBC and UniMás (the respective parents of both networks, NBCUniversal and Univision Communications) as the pageant's respective English and Spanish broadcasters. The latter networks terminated their rights to the pageant in response to statements about Mexican immigrants made by Trump during a speech on June 16.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

The broadcast received worldwide media attention due to an error made regarding the winner. Host Steve Harvey initially announced Ariadna Gutiérrez of Colombia as the new Miss Universe. After she was crowned, Harvey returned to the stage and apologized, stating that Gutiérrez was in fact the 1st runner-up and Wurtzbach was the winner. He later stated that he had been confused when reading the winner's name because both names were on the card and he only noticed the "1st" by Colombia's name.[8]

Results

 
Results for Miss Universe 2015
Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 2015
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 10
Top 15

Order of announcements

Background music

Judges

Miss Universe 2015 contestants were evaluated by panels of judges.

Preliminary competition

Final telecast

Contestants

80 contestants competed for the title of Miss Universe 2015:[18]

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
  Albania Megi Luka[19] 19 Fushë-Krujë
  Angola Whitney Shikongo[20] 20 Huíla
  Argentina Claudia Barrionuevo[21] 24 Salta
  Aruba Alysha Boekhoudt[22] 21 Oranjestad
  Australia Monika Radulovic[citation needed] 25 Sydney
  Austria Amina Dagi[23] 20 Vienna
  Bahamas Toria Nichole[24] 27 Nassau
  Belgium Annelies Törös[25] 20 Antwerp
  Bolivia Romina Rocamonje[26] 23 Beni
  Brazil Marthina Brandt 23 Vale Real
  British Virgin Islands Adorya Rocio Baly[22] 22 Tortola
  Bulgaria Radostina Todorova[citation needed] 20 Vratsa
  Canada Paola Nunez[27] 24 Toronto
  Cayman Islands Tonie Chisholm[citation needed] 27 Grand Cayman
  Chile María Belén Jerez[22] 25 Viña del Mar
  China Xue Yunfang 21 Shenzhen
  Colombia Ariadna Gutiérrez[24][28] 21 Sincelejo
  Costa Rica Brenda Castro[29] 23 Limón
  Croatia Mirta Kuštan[citation needed] 22 Krapinske Toplice
  Curaçao Kanisha Sluis[citation needed] 19 Willemstad
  Czech Republic Nikol Švantnerová[30] 23 Šumperk
  Denmark Cecilie Wellemberg[31] 21 Copenhagen
  Dominican Republic Clarissa Molina[32] 24 Moca
  Ecuador Francesca Cipriani[33] 23 Guayaquil
  El Salvador Idubina Rivas[34] 22 San Salvador
  Finland Rosa-Maria Ryyti[citation needed] 21 Helsinki
  France Flora Coquerel 21 Orléanais
  Gabon Ornella Obone[35] 19 Oyem
  Georgia Janet Kerdikoshvili[36] 24 Tbilisi
  Germany Sarah Lorraine 23 Munich
  Ghana Hilda Akua[37] 26 Kumasi
  Great Britain Nena France[38] 25 London
  Greece Mikaela-Eleni Fotiadi 21 Athens
  Guatemala Jeimmy Aburto[39] 21 Guatemala City
  Guyana Shauna Ramdyhan 25 Georgetown
  Haiti Lisa Drouillard[citation needed] 23 Port-au-Prince
  Honduras Iroshka Elvir[citation needed] 24 Choluteca
  Hungary Nikoletta Nagy[40] 21 Miskolc
  India Urvashi Rautela[41] 21 Mumbai
  Indonesia Anindya Kusuma Putri[42] 23 Semarang
  Ireland Joanna Cooper[citation needed] 21 Derry
  Israel Avigail Alfatov[43] 19 Acre
  Italy Giada Pezzaioli 22 Montichiari
  Jamaica Sharlene Rädlein[44] 25 Kingston
  Japan Ariana Miyamoto[citation needed] 21 Nagasaki
  Korea Seoyeon Kim[45] 23 Seoul
  Kosovo Mirjeta Shala[46][47] 21 Vučitrn
  Lebanon Cynthia Samuel[48] 20 Beirut
  Malaysia Vanessa Tevi Kumares[citation needed] 24 Seremban
  Mauritius Sheetal Khadun[49] 26 Rose-Hill
  Mexico Wendolly Esparza[50] 24 Aguascalientes
  Montenegro Maja Čukić[22] 20 Podgorica
  Myanmar May Barani Thaw[51] 25 Yangon
  Netherlands Jessie Jazz Vuijk[52] 20 Amsterdam
  New Zealand Samantha McClung[53] 20 Christchurch
  Nicaragua Daniela Torres[54] 25 Managua
  Nigeria Debbie Collins[22] 23 Lagos
  Norway Martine Rødseth[22] 24 Nord-Odal
  Panama Gladys Brandao Amaya[22] 24 Los Santos
  Paraguay Myriam Arévalos[22] 22 Asunción
  Peru Laura Spoya[55] 24 Lima
  Philippines Pia Wurtzbach[56] 26 Cagayan de Oro
  Poland Weronika Szmajdzińska 21 Szczecin
  Portugal Emília Araújo[citation needed] 24 Angra do Heroísmo
  Puerto Rico Catalina Morales[57] 25 Guaynabo
  Russia Vladislava Evtushenko[58] 19 Chita
  Serbia Daša Radosavljević[59] 19 Kragujevac
  Singapore Lisa Marie White[60] 22 Singapore
  Slovak Republic Denisa Vyšňovská[citation needed] 21 Prievidza
  South Africa Refilwe Mthimunye[citation needed] 24 Bronkhorstspruit
  Spain Carla García[61] 25 Las Palmas
  Sweden Paulina Brodd[62] 21 Stockholm
  Tanzania Lorraine Marriot[citation needed] 21 Dar es Salaam
  Thailand Aniporn Chalermburanawong 21 Lampang
  Turkey Aslı Melisa Uzun[citation needed] 20 Ankara
  Ukraine Anna Vergelskaya[63] 27 Kiev
  Uruguay Bianca Sánchez[64] 19 Montevideo
  United States Olivia Jordan[65] 27 Tulsa
  Venezuela Mariana Jiménez[66] 22 Caracas
  Vietnam Phạm Thị Hương[67] 24 Hải Phòng

Retreats

  •   Slovenia: Ana Haložan suffered an accident shortly after arriving at the hotel that welcomed the candidates, for which she remained hospitalized in Las Vegas with facial paralysis, preventing her from participating in registration activities, interviews and photographic studies;[68][69] finally, after the uncertainty about e participation of her, she was not in the official presentation; However, despite not competing, 'Haložan' was included in some activities at the end of the concentration, accompanied by her mother, and both were treated as special guests. At the final ceremony, she was allowed to parade across the stage in full dress, wearing the band with her nation's name, and received a bouquet of roses, in recognition, from Paulina Vega, [ [Miss Universe 2014]] . [70] It was the first time since 2009 that a candidate leaves the contest, being already in the previous events.
  •   Kazakhstan: Despite having been included on the official website, the profile of Aigerim Smagulova was removed days before the start of the concentration for reasons not disclosed.

Substitutions

  •   Austria: Amina Dagi winner of the 2012 national pageant, she represented that country in this contest, due to the conflict of dates that the current winner Annika Grill had for attending Miss World 2015.
  •   Croatia: Barbara Ljiljak broke her arm hours before leaving for the competition, so her substitute was Mirta Kuštan, second finalist in the national competition.[citation needed]
  •   Gabon: Ornella Obone third finalist of the national title, she represented her country in Miss Universe 2015, after the winner, Reine Ngotala, has competed in Miss World 2015.
  •   Lebanon: Cynthia Samuel, first finalist of the national pageant, she was selected to compete in Miss Universe 2015 after Miss Lebanon 2015, Valerie Abou Chacra, competed in Miss World 2015.
  •   Mauritius: Sheetal Khadun, first runner-up of Miss Mauricio 2014, she competed in place of Khusboo Ramnawaj, who was stripped of her title for failing to fulfill her duties as titular queen.
  •   Paraguay: Myriam Arévalos was appointed by "Promociones Gloria", a Paraguayan national franchise holder, to represent the country in this edition; after the original designee, Laura Garcete, broke communication with said company after her pregnancy status was discovered.
  •   Russia: Vladislava Evtushenko ,first runner-up for the national title, represented her country in Miss Universe 2015, after the winner, Sofia Nikitchuk, competed in Miss World 2015.
  •   South Africa: Refilwe Mthimunye, first runner-up for the national title, represented her country at Miss Universe 2015, after the winner, Liesl Laurie, competed at Miss World 2015.

Designations

  •   Bulgaria: Radostina Todorova was appointed by the directors of the franchise of that country, after not carrying out the national contest.
  •   Chile: María Belén Jerez was appointed by Luciano Marocchino, who is director of the franchise in that country, after not holding the national contest.
  •   El Salvador: Fátima Rivas was chosen by the Organization Nuestra Belleza El Salvador after not holding the national contest this year.
  •   France: Flora Coquerel was appointed by the director of the franchise Sylvie Tellier, to compete in "Miss Universe 2015", after being a national beauty queen in 2014; And given the impossibility of crowning a new queen, then "Miss France 2016" was scheduled for December 19.
  •   Georgia: Janet Kerdikoshvili was appointed by the board of the organization in her country, after not being able to participate in Miss Universe 2013.
  •   Kosovo: Mirjeta Shala was appointed by Fadil Berisha, who is president of the Kosovar organization, to participate in this edition, after not being able to do so in Miss Universe 2013.
  •   Poland: Weronika Szmajdzińska was selected to represent her nation, after being national queen years ago, after the delay of the national contest in her country.

Notes

Returns

Withdrawals

  •   Egypt – No national contest held.[citation needed]
  •   Ethiopia – Miss Universe Ethiopia was not held due to lack of sponsorship. The next edition will be held in October 2016.[citation needed]
  •   Guam – The Miss Universe Guam pageant was postponed until early 2016.[citation needed]
  •   Kazakhstan – Aigerim Smagulova was appointed to replace Regina Valter, Miss Almaty 2015, by the Miss Kazakhstan Organization because of scheduling conflict with the Miss Kazakhstan 2015 finals, but withdrew for personal reasons.[citation needed]
  •   Kenya – The Miss Universe Kenya pageant was postponed to next year.[citation needed]
  •   Lithuania – The Miss Lietuva pageant was postponed.[citation needed]
  •   Slovenia – Miss Universe Slovenia Ana Haložan suffered an accident when she arrived in Las Vegas, which resulted in hospitalization, preventing her from participating in registration activities, interviews and pictorials. She was not present at the first official events but stayed in Las Vegas until the pageant was over. She suffered a seizure and had her face partially paralyzed. [1][71] Despite her withdrawal, she was given an opportunity to walk on the stage during the live telecast.
  •   Sri Lanka – The Miss Universe Sri Lanka Organization plans to have its national contest in 2016.[citation needed]
  •   St. Lucia- Miss Universe St. Lucia was not held, hence no delegate participated this year.[citation needed]
  •    Switzerland – No national contest held.[citation needed]
  •   Trinidad and Tobago – Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago was cancelled after several major sponsors of the pageant withdrew because of the Donald Trump controversy and the upcoming general elections.[citation needed]
  •   Turks and Caicos – The Miss Turks and Caicos pageant was not held due to lack of funding and sponsorship. The next edition of Miss Turks and Caicos will be held in 2016.[citation needed]

General references

  • "Contestants: Miss Universe 2015". Miss Universe. Retrieved 8 July 2017.

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