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Miss Universe 2018, the 67th Miss Universe pageant, was held on 17 December 2018[a] at IMPACT Arena, Muang Thong Thani in Nonthaburi Province, northern suburb of Bangkok, Thailand.[2][3] Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters of South Africa crowned her successor Catriona Gray of the Philippines by the end of the event.

Miss Universe 2018
Catriona Gray with iconic tristar and sun earpiece, in Mak Tumang Swarovski gem-embellished "Mayon" evening number.jpg
Catriona Gray, Miss Universe 2018
Date17 December 2018[a]
Presenters
EntertainmentNe-Yo
VenueImpact, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand
BroadcasterInternational: Official broadcaster:
Entrants94
Placements20
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerCatriona Gray
 Philippines
CongenialityOrnella Gunesekere[1]
 Sri Lanka
Best National CostumeOn-anong Homsombath
 Laos
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The show was hosted by comedian Steve Harvey and supermodel Ashley Graham, while television personality Carson Kressley and runway coach Lu Sierra provided commentary and analysis throughout the event.[4] American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo performed during the competition.[5]

Contestants from 94 countries and territories participated in this year's pageant, surpassing the previous record of 92 contestants in 2017.[6] Angela Ponce of Spain became the first openly transgender contestant to compete for the Miss Universe title.[7][8]

Contents

Background

Location

 
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden venue for national costume round.

The Miss Universe Organization (MUO) was in talks to host the Miss Universe 2018 competition in China. Negotiations collapsed after the Chinese refused to broadcast the pageant live, due to the large time difference between China and the United States. Afterwards, the MUO opened negotiations with the Philippines, after they had previously hosted 2016.[9]

In April 2018, then-Secretary of Tourism Wanda Tulfo Teo spoke with President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte regarding the possibility of hosting the pageant in Boracay in November 2018, which by then will be newly rehabilitated after being closed to tourists for six months.[9] On 6 May, Tulfo-Teo announced that the Philippines had a "90% chance" of hosting the pageant and also disclosed that the tourism department would be looking for sponsors, since the LCS Holdings Inc. of Chavit Singson, the major sponsor of the Miss Universe 2016 had declined financing the 2018 pageant.[10] On 18 May 2018, Tulfo's successor Bernadette Romulo-Puyat announced that the country dropped the hosting bid due to budget constraints and other concerns. Romulo-Puyat also pointed out that the Philippines had hosted the pageant recently, and had no reason to do so again so soon.[11]

On 31 July 2018 it was announced by MUO President Paula Shugart, in a live press conference at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, that the 2018 pageant would be held in Bangkok, Thailand on 17 December. The city has hosted the Miss Universe pageant twice, in 1992 and 2005. Current Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, alongside with two former Miss Universes Apasra Hongsakula (Miss Universe 1965) and Natalie Glebova (Miss Universe 2005), participated in the announcement.[12]

Selection of participants

Delegates representing 94 countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant; six of these delegates were appointed to their titles after an audition process or other internal selection (British Virgin Islands, China, Denmark, Hungary, Laos, and Uruguay),[13][14] three were appointed as replacements after the original titleholder was unable to compete because of commitments to Miss World 2018 and had placed as runners-up in the national pageant (Belgium, France, and Poland),[15][16][17] and the remainder were selected as the winners of national pageants. However, reports have been unclear regarding whether Begimay Karybekova of Kyrgyzstan won a national title or was appointed to her title after an internal selection.[18][19] The 2018 edition saw the debuts of Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia, while Belize, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, Kenya, Kosovo, and Switzerland returned to the competition; Greece had not competed since 2015, while the others had not competed since 2016. Austria, Ethiopia, Iraq, Romania, Slovenia, and Tanzania all withdrew from the competition after their franchise owners lost their Miss Universe licenses, or a national pageant was simply not held for another reason.[20][21][22][23] Guyana was disqualified from participating by the Miss Universe Organization due to controversy regarding "nasty emails" and "death threats" sent to the organization over a dispute regarding their delegate in 2017, while Trinidad and Tobago also withdrew after they had announced no pageant would be held, despite Martrecia Alleyne having been crowned Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago 2018 at their 2017 national pageant.[24][25] Due to visa and transportation issues, Marie Esther Bangura of Sierra Leone arrived in Bangkok after registration had ended and was barred from participating; she was allowed to view the competition in the audience, and was personally invited to compete in Miss Universe 2019.[26]

Ángela Ponce of Spain became the first openly transgender woman to compete in Miss Universe.[7][8][27][7] Although she failed to advance to the top twenty, Ponce was honored by pageant organizers during the competition for the historical importance of her participation.[28] The rules of the pageant were changed to allow transgender women to compete in 2012, after the Miss Universe Organization, owned at the time by Donald Trump, was criticized and threatened with legal action for initially disqualifying Jenna Talackova from the Miss Universe Canada competition after discovering she was transgender.[7][29][30]

Results

 
Miss Universe 2018 participant countries and territories.
Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 2018
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 10
Top 20

Pageant

Format

Unlike in recent years, the contestants were trimmed down to 20 semifinalists, compared to 16 in 2017 and 13 in 2016. The initial semifinalists were selected through a closed-door interview and a preliminary competition—in swimwear and evening gown—held several days before the finals night. The continental format, introduced in the 2017 edition, remained—consisting of five semifinalists from Europe, five from the Americas, five from Africa and Asia-Pacific, and five wildcards—regardless of continental grouping. The top 20 were then tasked to give an opening statement—a 15-second statement about the contestant—to the judges and viewing public, after which the judges narrowed downed the semifinalists to the top 10, who then competed in both swimsuit and evening gown. After the swimwear and evening gown competitions, the judges then selected the top five to compete in the preliminary question and answer round. After said segment, the judges selected the final three. The top three participated in the final word and final look portions, after which the judges chose Miss Universe 2018 and her two runners-up.

For this edition, there was no online voting component for viewers at home.[31]

Selection committee

The seven judges for both the preliminary competition and the final telecast were an all-female panel which included:[32]

Contestants

94 contestants competed for the title.

Country/Territory Delegate Age Hometown Continental Group
  Albania Trejsi Sejdini[33][34] 18 Tirana Europe
  Angola Ana Liliana Avião[35][36] 24 Andulo Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Argentina Agustina Pivowarchuk[37][38] 22 Buenos Aires Americas
  Armenia Eliza Muradyan[39][40] 25 Etchmiadzin Europe
  Aruba Kimberly Julsing [41][42] 20 Wayaca Americas
  Australia Francesca Hung[43] 24 Sydney Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Bahamas Danielle Grant[44] 23 Nassau Americas
  Barbados Meghan Theobalds[45] 27 Christ Church Americas
  Belgium Zoé Brunet[46] 18 Namur Europe
  Belize Jenelli Fraser[47] 27 Belize City Americas
  Bolivia Joyce Prado[48] 21 Santa Cruz Americas
  Brazil Mayra Dias[49] 27 Itacoatiara Americas
  British Virgin Islands A’yana Keshelle Phillips[50] 23 Sea Cows Bay Americas
  Bulgaria Gabriela Topalova[51] 22 Plovdiv Europe
  Cambodia Nat Rern[52] 22 Kampong Cham Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Canada Marta Stępień[53] 24 Windsor Americas
  Cayman Islands Caitlin Tyson[54] 24 Bodden Town Americas
  Chile Andrea Díaz[55] 27[56] Santiago Americas
  China Meisu Qin[57] 24 Anshan Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Colombia Valeria Morales[58] 20 Cali Americas
  Costa Rica Natalia Carvajal[59] 28 San Jose Americas
  Croatia Mia Pojatina[60] 23 Nova Gradiška Europe
  Curaçao Akisha Albert[61] 23 Willemstad Americas
  Czech Republic Lea Šteflíčková[62] 20 Prague Europe
  Denmark Helena Heuser[63] 22 Copenhagen Europe
  Dominican Republic Aldy Bernard[64] 23 Laguna Salada Americas
  Ecuador Virginia Limongi[65] 24 Portoviejo Americas
  Egypt Nariman Khaled[66] 22 Hurghada Africa & Asia-Pacific
  El Salvador Marisela de Montecristo[67] 26 San Salvador Americas
  Finland Alina Voronkova[68] 23 Helsinki Europe
  France Eva Colas[69] 22 Bastia Europe
  Georgia Lara Yan[70] 25 Telavi Europe
  Germany Celine Willers[71] 25 Munich Europe
  Ghana Diata Hoggar[72] 25 Tefle Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Great Britain Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers[73] 25 Birmingham Europe
  Greece Ioanna Bella[74] 22 Veria Europe
  Guam Athena Su McNinch[75] 20 Mangilao Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Guatemala Mariana García[76] 19 Guatemala City Americas
  Haiti Samantha Colas[77] 26 Port-au-Prince Americas
  Honduras Vanessa Villars[78] 20 Santa Bárbara Americas
  Hungary Enikő Kecskès[79] 21 Budapest Europe
  Iceland Katrín Lea Elenudóttir[80] 19 Reykjavík Europe
  India Nehal Chudasama[81] 22 Mumbai Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Indonesia Sonia Fergina Citra[82] 26 Tanjung Pandan Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Ireland Grainne Gallanagh[83] 24 Buncrana Europe
  Israel Nikol Reznikov[84] 18 Afula Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Italy Erica De Matteis[85] 24 Rome Europe
  Jamaica Emily Maddison[86] 19 Saint Andrew Americas
  Japan Yuumi Kato[87] 22 Aichi Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Kazakhstan Sabina Azimbayeva[88] 18 Almaty Europe
  Kenya Wabaiya Kariuki[89] 22 Nairobi Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Korea Ji Hyun Baek[90] 25 Daegu Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Kosovo Zana Berisha[91] 24 Suhareke Europe
  Kyrgyzstan Begimay Karybekova[92] 20 Bishkek Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Laos On-anong Homsombath[93] 23 Vientiane Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Lebanon Maya Reaidy[94] 23 Tannourine Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Malaysia Jane Teoh[95] 21 Penang Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Malta Francesca Mifsud[96] 22 Żejtun Europe
  Mauritius Varsha Ragoobarsing[97] 28 Flacq Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Mexico Andrea Toscano[98] 20 Manzanillo Americas
  Mongolia Dolgion Delgerjav[99] 27 Ulaanbaatar Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Myanmar Hnin Thway Yu Aung[100] 22 Yangon Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Namibia Selma Kamanya[101] 21 Windhoek Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Nepal Manita Devkota[102] 23 Gorkha Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Netherlands Rahima Dirkse[103] 25 Rotterdam Europe
  New Zealand Estelle Curd[104] 27 Auckland Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Nicaragua Adriana Paniagua[105] 23 Chinandega Americas
  Nigeria Aramide Lopez[106] 21 Lagos Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Norway Susanne Guttorm[107] 22 Karasjok Europe
  Panama Rosa Montezuma[108] 25 Alto Caballero Americas
  Paraguay Belén Alderete[109] 24 Asunción Americas
  Peru Romina Lozano[110] 21 Bellavista Americas
  Philippines Catriona Gray[111] 24 Oas Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Poland Magdalena Swat[112] 27 Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski Europe
  Portugal Filipa Barroso[113] 20 Setúbal Europe
  Puerto Rico Kiara Ortega[114] 25 Rincón Americas
  Russia Yulia Polyachikhina[115] 18 Cheboksary Europe
  Saint Lucia Angella Dalsou[116] 24 Castries Americas
  Singapore Zahra Khanum[117] 23 Singapore City Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Slovak Republic Barbora Hanová[118] 24 Lučenec Europe
  South Africa Tamaryn Green[119] 24 Paarl Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Spain Angela Ponce[120] 27 Seville Europe
  Sri Lanka Ornella Gunesekere[121] 26 Mount Lavinia Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Sweden Emma Strandberg[122] 22 Hallstahammar Europe
  Switzerland Jastina Doreen Riederer[123] 20 Spreitenbach Europe
  Thailand Sophida Kanchanarin[124] 23 Bangkok Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Turkey Tara De Vries[125] 20 Istanbul Europe
  Ukraine Karyna Zhosan[126] 23 Odessa Europe
  United States Sarah Rose Summers[127] 24 Omaha Americas
  US Virgin Islands Aniska Tonge[128] 27 Charlotte Amalie Americas
  Uruguay Sofía Marrero[129] 18 Canelones Americas
  Venezuela Sthefany Gutiérrez[130] 19 Barcelona Americas
  Vietnam H'Hen Niê[131] 26 Đắk Lắk Africa & Asia-Pacific
  Zambia Melba Shakabozha[132] 23 Lusaka Africa & Asia-Pacific

Crossovers

Notes

  1. ^ a b The event was held at 07:00 local time (UTC+07:00); for the Americas, the day was still 16 December in their local times.

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