Miss Universe 2009

Miss Universe 2009
Miss Universe 2009
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Date August 23, 2009
Presenters Billy Bush, Claudia Jordan
Entertainment Flo Rida, David Guetta, Kelly Rowland, and Heidi Montag
Venue Imperial Ballroom, Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas
Broadcaster NBC, Telemundo
Entrants 84
Placements 15
Withdraws Antigua & Barbuda, Denmark, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, Trinidad & Tobago
Returns Bulgaria, Ethiopia, Guyana, Iceland, Lebanon, Namibia, Romania, Sweden, Zambia
Winner Stefanía Fernández
 Venezuela
Congeniality Wang Jingyao
 China
Best National Costume Diana Broce
 Panama
Photogenic Chutima Durongdej
 Thailand
Miss Universe 2009. Participating nations and territories and results.

Miss Universe 2009, the 58th Miss Universe pageant, was held at the Atlantis Paradise Island, in Nassau, Bahamas on August 23, 2009.[1] It was the first time back to back victories in Miss Universe history: Stefanía Fernández of Venezuela, was crowned Miss Universe 2009 by outgoing titleholder Dayana Mendoza. 84 countries and territories competed for the title and the pageant was broadcasted live on NBC and Telemundo. On August 22, Jewel Selver representing Turks & Caicos withdrew from the pageant due to illness (dehydration). Only 83 contestants competed in the final on August 23.

Contents

Host selection

Donald Trump had intentions on holding the 2009 pageant in Dubai, but backed out due to the political instability regarding relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel and also for religious reasons.[2] Croatia was interested in hosting Miss Universe 2009 but they backed out of the project due to economic problems related to the current global economic crisis.[3] In July, investor Jonathan Westbrook tried to get Australia to host Miss Universe 2009 but his efforts were in vain as the possible venues were not interested.[4] Then, for the first time, the Bahamas became the official host ot the Miss Universe pageant. The presentation show, rehearsals, dress rehearsal and the grand final took place at the main 3,650 seats convention ballroom of Atlantis Paradise Island, the Imperial Ballroom.

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 2009
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10
Top 15

Final competition scores

Delegate Swimsuit Evening Gown
 Dominican Republic 9.189 (2) 9.428 (1)
 Kosovo 8.790 (3) 9.250 (2)
 Puerto Rico 8.533 (7) 9.050 (3)
 Australia 9.264 (1) 9.039 (4)
 Venezuela 8.760 (4) 8.869 (5)
 France 8.640 (5) 8.650 (6)
 South Africa 8.460 (8) 8.040 (7)
 Czech Republic 8.350 (9) 8.010 (8)
 Switzerland 8.611 (6) 7.890 (9)
 USA 8.060 (10) 7.550 (10)
 Albania 7.900 (11)
 Belgium 7.870 (12)
 Sweden 7.830 (13)
 Croatia 7.811 (14)
 Iceland 7.730 (15)
     Winner
     First Runner-up
     Second Runner-up
     Third Runner-up
     Fourth Runner-up
     Top 10 Finalist
     Top 15 Semifinalist
(#) Rank in each round of competition

Special awards

Award Contestant
Best National Costume
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic

Judges

Telecast judges

The following celebrities judged the final competition:[5][6]

  • Dean Cain – Actor and Producer.
  • Tamara Tunie – Actress, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit".
  • Colin Cowie – Author, Television Personality and Designer to the Stars.
  • Valeria Mazza – International Supermodel.
  • Matthew Rolston – Leading Photographer and Director.
  • Richard LeFrak – Chairman, President and CEO LeFrak Organization.
  • Andre Leon Talley – Award-winning Writer and Editor.
  • Heather Kerzner – Philanthropist and Ambassador for Kerzner International and Resorts.
  • Farouk Shami – Founder and Chairman of CHI Hair Care.
  • Keisha Whitaker – Fashion Maven and Founder of the Kissable Couture Lip Gloss line.
  • Gerry DeVeaux – Award-winning Producer, Songwriter and Style Guru.
  • George J. Maloof, Jr. – Professional Sports Mogul and Hotelier.

Preliminary judges

These were the judges for the preliminary competition:[6]

  • Mark Wylie – Best Buddies Talent Executive.
  • Adriana Ching – Licensed attorney and a former real estate developer avid philanthropist.
  • Todd Winston – Veteran of the hospitality industry and Vice President of Sales at Creative Promotional.
  • Rosalina Lydster – Fashion designer for celebrities.
  • Tiza Tjokroadisumarto – Director of Retail Operations for Michael Kors.
  • Corinne Nicolas – President of Trump Model Management.
  • David Friedman – Last Call with Carson Daly Executive Producer.
  • Steven Schillaci – Talent Producer for many hit shows including American Idol.
  • Mario Mosley – Hollywood Choreographer of Oxygen’s Dance Your Ass Off.
  • Sarah Markantonis – Ambassador of Kerzner International Bahamas.

Background music

Opening Number
"I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas, "Fire Burning" by Sean Kingston
Fashion Shoot Presentation
"Body Language" by Heidi Montag (Live performance)
Swimsuit Competition
"Right Round" and "Jump" by Flo Rida (Live performance)
Evening Gown Competition
"When Love Takes Over" by David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland (Live performance)

Presentation show

This marks the first time the Miss Universe preliminary competition was streamed online to a worldwide audience via Ustream and the Miss Universe website.

At the Preliminary Competition all contestants competed in the Swimsuit and Evening Gown categories as part of the selection for the top 15 finalists who will be revealed during the beginning of the two-hour live telecast of the 2009 Miss Universe Pageant live on NBC and Telemundo on Sunday, August 23.

The Preliminary Competition was hosted by Miss Universe 2008, Dayana Mendoza and Local Bahamas radio personality Ed Fields. London based singer Anthoney Wright performed his hit song "Wud if I Cud" during the competition.

Final show

This marked the first time the Miss Universe live telecast was introduced by Donald Trump.

84 contestants pre-taped the national costume introduction including Turks & Caicos – Jewel Selver. Top 15 were announced, followed by Dayana Mendoza sharing about her experiences as Miss Universe 2008. The Top 15 semi-finalists competed in the Swimsuit competition which Top 10 finalists completed in the Evening Gown competition. The televised audiences could see the judges' average combined scores. Before announcing the finalists, there were two special awards – Miss Congeniality and Miss Photogenic were given. Both two Asian claimed all the special awards - Wang Jingyao of China and Chutima Durongdej of Thailand. Dayana Mendoza revealed that the new Miss Universe crown was the "Peace" model. The Top 5 finalists completed in the final question round. The 4 runner-ups were announced first, followed by the new Miss Universe 2009 – Stefanía Fernández.

The live telecast was hosted by Access Hollywood, Billy Bush and Celebrity Apprentice Claudia Jordan. For the first time, special guest – Heidi Montag performed her first official single Body Language during the Top 15 fashion shoot presentation. When Flo Rida performed during the Top 15 swimsuit competition, and David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland performed during the Top 10 evening gown competition.

The pageant was also historically significant, using Skype for the first time for the final question. Mayra Matos representing Puerto Rico was asked by Miss Universe 2007 Riyo Mori from Japan via Skype.

When Miss Universe 2008 Dayana Mendoza was crowning Miss Universe 2009 Stefania Fernandez, the crown fell to the floor, but luckily did not break.

Historical significance

  • Venezuela won Miss Universe back to back 2008 and 2009 (First in Miss Universe's History)
  • Countries who also placed in the top 15 the previous year were Australia, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Kosovo, South Africa, USA, and Venezuela.
  • Croatia placed for the first time.
  • Czech Republic placed for the third consecutive time.
  • Puerto Rico, Switzerland and Sweden last placed in 2006. Zuleyka Rivera (who eventually won the crown), Lauriane Gillieron (who placed 2nd runner-up), and Josephine Alhanko (who placed among the Top 20 semifinalists), were the last placers for these countries, respectively.
  • Albania last placed in 2002, the last being Anisa Kospiri who placed among the Top 10 semi-finalists.
  • France last placed 2001, the last being Élodie Gossuin who placed among the Top 10 semi-finalists.
  • Belgium last placed in 1992, the last being Anke Van dermeersch who placed among the Top 6 finalists.
  • Iceland last placed in 1980, the last being Guðbjörg Sigurdardóttir who placed among the Top 12 semi-finalists.
  • China won Miss Congeniality for the second time, the last being Zhang Ningning in 2007.
  • Thailand won Miss Photogenic for the second time, the last being Pasaraporn Chaimongkol in 1990.
  • Panama won Best National Costume for the third time, the last being Jessica Rodríguez in 2004.
  • Dominican Republic scored its first back-to-back placement ever in pageant history.
  • Australia scored its first back-to-back placement since 1992-1993 and its highest since the victory of Jennifer Hawkins.
  • The host delegate, Kiara Sherman of the Bahamas, failed to place in the semifinals. The last time the host delegate failed to place was in 2005 - Chananporn Rosjan of Thailand.
  • Billy Bush hosted the pageant for the fourth time, while Claudia Jordan hosted the pageant for the first time. Jordan sat as one of the judges during 2006 and Miss USA 2009.
  • European delegates dominated the semifinals for the second consecutive time.
  • For the first time, there was a "live" performance during the Fashion Shoot Presentation.
  • For the first time since 1991, no Asian countries made into the semifinals.
  • Mexico fails to make it in the Top 15 after 5 years of elgibility in the Top 15 (Rosalva Luna in 2004, Laura Elizondo in 2005, Priscila Perales in 2006, Rosa Maria Ojeda Cuen in 2007 and Elisa Najera in 2008)

Contestants

Country/Territory Contestant Age Height Hometown
 Albania Hasna Xhukiçi[7] 21 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Fier
 Angola Nelsa Alves[8] 22 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Luanda
 Argentina Johanna Lasic[9] 23 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) Buenos Aires
 Aruba Dianne Croes[10] 22 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) Oranjestad
 Australia Rachael Finch[11] 21 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Townsville
 Bahamas Kiara Sherman 26 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Freeport
 Belgium Zeynep Sever 20 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Brussels
 Bolivia Dominique Peltier[12] 22 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Cochabamba
 Brazil Larissa Costa 25 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Natal
 Bulgaria Elitsa Lubenova 19 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Dve Mogili
 Canada Mariana Valente 23 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Richmond Hill
 Cayman Islands Nicosia Lawson 26 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) George Town
 China Wang Jingyao 18 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Qingdao
 Colombia Michelle Rouillard[13] 22 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Popayán
 Costa Rica Jessica Umaña[14] 21 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Moravia
 Croatia Sarah Ćosić[15] 20 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Split
 Curaçao Angenie Simon[16] 24 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Willemstad
 Cyprus Kielia Giasemidou[17] 20 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Nicosia
 Czech Republic Iveta Lutovská 26 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Třeboň
 Dominican Republic Ada Aimée de la Cruz 23 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Villa Mella
 Ecuador Sandra Vinces[18] 19 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Portoviejo
 Egypt Elham Wagdi 26 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Cairo
 El Salvador Mayella Mena[19] 21 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) San Salvador
 Estonia Diana Arno[20] 25 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) Tallinn
 Ethiopia Melat Yante 19 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in) Addis Ababa
 Finland Essi Pöysti[21] 22 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Jyväskylä
 France Chloé Mortaud[22] 19 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Bénac
 Georgia Lika Ordzhonikidze 19 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Tbilisi
 Germany Martina Lee[23] 24 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Meinerzhagen
 Ghana Jennifer Koranteng[24] 23 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Accra
 Great Britain[a] Clair Cooper 27 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) London
 Greece Viviana Kampanile-Zagorianakou 19 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Athens
 Guam Racine Manley 24 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Dededo
 Guatemala Lourdes Figueroa[25] 21 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) Guatemala City
 Guyana Jenel Cox 19 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Georgetown
 Honduras Bélgica Suárez 23 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) Tegucigalpa
 Hungary Zsuzsa Budai 21 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) Budapest
 Iceland Ingibjörg Egilsdóttir[26] 24 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) Austurland
 India Ekta Chowdhry 23 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) Delhi
 Indonesia Zivanna Letisha Siregar 20 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Jakarta
 Ireland Diana Donnelly 20 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Dublin
 Israel Yulia Liubianitzki 20 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Haifa
 Italy Laura Valenti[27] 25 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Arezzo
 Jamaica Carolyn Yapp[28] 25 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Montego Bay
 Japan Emiri Miyasaka 25 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Tokyo
 Korea Rina[29] 23 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) Seoul
 Kosovo Marigona Dragusha[30] 18 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Pristina
 Lebanon Martine Andraos 19 1.69 m (5 ft 7 in) Byblos
 Malaysia Joannabelle Ng 21 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Kota Kinabalu
 Mauritius Anaïs Veerapatren[31] 23 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Curepipe
 Mexico Karla Carrillo 21 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Guadalajara
 Montenegro Anja Jovanović 20 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Podgorica
 Namibia Happie Ntelamo 20 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Katima Mulilo
 Netherlands Avalon-Chanel Weyzig[32] 19 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Zwolle
 New Zealand Katie Taylor 22 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Auckland
 Nicaragua Indiana Sánchez[33] 22 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) Managua
 Nigeria Sandra Otohwo 20 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Asaba
 Norway Eli Landa[34] 25 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Stavanger
 Panama Diana Broce[35] 23 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Las Tablas
 Paraguay Mareike Baumgarten 19 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Asunción
 Peru Karen Schwarz 25 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Lima
 Philippines Pamela Bianca Manalo 22 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Parañaque City
 Poland Angelika Jakubowska[36] 20 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Lubań
 Puerto Rico Mayra Matos[37] 20 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Cabo Rojo
 Romania Elena Bianca Constantin 20 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Piatra-Neamt
 Russia Sofia Rudieva[38] 18 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Saint Petersburg
 Serbia Dragana Atlija 22 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Belgrade
 Singapore Rachel Kum[39] 24 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Singapore
 Slovak Republic Denisa Mendrejová 23 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Bratislava
 Slovenia Mirela Korač 22 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in) Ljubljana
 South Africa Tatum Keshwar[40] 25 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) Durban
 Spain Estíbaliz Pereira 23 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) Santiago de Compostela
 Sweden Renate Cerljen 21 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) Staffanstorp
 Switzerland Whitney Toyloy 19 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Yverdon
 Tanzania Illuminata James 24 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Mwanza
 Thailand Chutima Durongdej[41] 23 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) Bangkok
 Turkey Senem Kuyucuoğlu 18 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) Izmir
 Turks & Caicos[b] Jewel Selver 23 1.60 m (5 ft 3 in) Grand Turk
 Ukraine Kristina Kots-Gotlib 26 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in) Donetsk
 Uruguay Cintia Dottone 21 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) Montevideo
 USA Kristen Dalton 22 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) Wilmington
 Venezuela Stefanía Fernández[42] 18 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Mérida
 Vietnam Võ Hoàng Yến[43] 21 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) Ho Chi Minh City
 Zambia Andella Chileshe Matthews[44] 21 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Ndola

a Great Britain changed name to UK in 2008; this year changed back to Great Britain, which was last used in 2000.
b Turks & Caicos: Jewel Selver withdrew from the competition 24 hours before the final claiming she was suffering from dehydration.[45]

National pageant notes

Returning countries and territories

Withdrawals

  •  Antigua & Barbuda
  •  Denmark
  •  Kazakhstan: Olga Nikitina did not compete in Miss Universe for lack of sponsoring from her country.
  •  Northern Marianas: Sorene Maratita, Miss Marianas Universe 2009, did not compete in Miss Universe 2009 due to lack of sponsorship and funding. She only competed in Miss International 2009.
  •  Sri Lanka: Faith Landers did not participate in Miss Universe 2009 despite being announced that she would.
  •  St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Ronique Dellimore did not compete in Miss Universe 2009, although the press in her country announced that she would.
  •  Trinidad & Tobago: Peter Elias, the franchise holder for Trinidad & Tobago has confirmed that the Caribbean nation did not send a delegate to Miss Universe 2009 due to lack of sponsorship. The Government of Trinidad and Tobago was informed by Peter Elias in 2008 that it was difficult for him to find sponsorship and that he would no longer be able to fund the girls. The Government aware of this announced that this competition is for private investment and not Government investment.

Bolivia – Peru dispute

On August 1, 2009 Bolivian officials stated that it could present a legal challenge to the organizers of Miss Universe due to the planned use of a typical Diablada costume by the Peruvian candidate Karen Schwarz. Pablo Groux, Bolivian minister of Culture, said that any use of the costume by Schwarz in the contest would be an unlawful appropriation of Bolivian heritage and threatened to bring the case to the International Court of Justice. El Comercio, a Peruvian newspaper, mentioned that this is not the first time the diablada costume is shown in the contest and that it was María Josefa Isensee, a Chilean, that first used it in the Miss Universe contest. The Peruvian foreign minister José Antonio García Belaúnde said that since the diablada dress is of indigenous Aymara origin it can not be considered exclusive of any of the countries where Aymaras lives.[46][47]

Crossovers

Some of the delegates participated in other competitions:

Prizes

Miss Universe 2009
  • The official Crown of Miss Universe 2009 designed by Diamond Nexus Labs
  • Jewelry designed by Diamond Nexus Labs
  • A year long salary as Miss Universe
  • A shoe wardrobe from Nina Footwear
  • A year’s worth of hair care products and tools from Farouk Systems
  • A swimsuit wardrobe from BSC Swimwear Thailand
  • An assortment of Love Collection video cameras from DXG USA
  • An evening gown wardrobe by Carlos Alberto Haute Couture
  • A 6 day/5 night vacation for two at Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas with air travel accommodated by JetBlue Airways
  • A Skype kit featuring a laptop computer with webcam, speakers and a one year Unlimited World plan to talk to friends and family
  • A collection of ultra light-weight, fashion fresh Heys USA Inc. luggage
  • Luxury accommodations in a New York City apartment for the duration of her reign, including living expenses
  • A 2-year scholarship from the New York Film Academy valued at more than $100,000
  • Personal services including membership to Gravity Fitness and hair services from John Barrett Salon
  • Modeling portfolio by leading fashion photographer Fadil Berisha
  • Casting opportunities and professional representation by the Miss Universe Organization
  • Extensive travel opportunities representing sponsors and charitable partners
  • Access to various New York city events including movie premieres and screenings, Broadway shows and launch parties
  • Consultation with stylist Billie Causieestko and access to a personal appearance wardrobe
  • Professional media/public relations representation by Rubenstein Public Relations and Planet PR in New York City
  • Dermatology and skincare services provided by Dr. Cheryl Thellman-Karcher
  • Professional health and nutrition consultation by Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD
1st Runner-up
  • $3000 cash award
  • Gift from Diamond Nexus Labs
2nd Runner-up
  • $2000 cash award
  • Gift from Diamond Nexus Labs
3rd Runner-up and 4th Runner-up
  • $1000 cash award
  • Gift from Diamond Nexus Labs
Top 10 and Top 15
  • $500 cash award
Special awards winners
  • $1,000 cash award
  • Gift from Diamond Nexus Labs
All contestants
  • An assortment of Farouk Systems hair care products
  • Swimsuit from BSC Swimwear Thailand
  • Designer shoes from Nina Footwear
  • Fashions by Carlos Alberto Haute Couture
  • A Luxe collection video camera from DXG USA
  • An assortment of items from Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas
  • A Skype starter pack including a headset and a One year unlimited World Plan
  • Cosmetics from Kryolan professional make-up

International Broadcasters

These are some of the networks outside the United States (telecasted on NBC and Telemundo) that showed the 2009 Miss Universe pageant live (or recorded earlier) in their respective countries and territories:

Ratings in the United States

In the United States, the Miss Universe telecast (by NBC) grew from the first half of the show to the fourth and final, increasing in rating by 73% among audiences ages 18 to 49 (from 1,5/4 to a 2,6/7). The second hour of the pageant beat combinated ratings from ABC (which aired a new episode - "Rubicon" - from now-cancelled sci-fi series Defying Gravity) and CBS (which aired a rerun of Cold Case episode "Libertyville"), ratings in adults, men and women ages 18 to 34 and 18 to 49.[50]

References

  1. ^ The Bahamas to host the 2009 Miss Universe pageant August 23rd live on NBC
  2. ^ Trump says No to Dubai
  3. ^ 24ur.com
  4. ^ Perth beauty judge leads Miss Universe charge
  5. ^ Miss Universe 2009 The Judges
  6. ^ a b Miss Universe : Members
  7. ^ Miss Universe Albania 2009, Hasna Xhukiçi
  8. ^ Nelsa Alves eleita Miss Angola 2009
  9. ^ La representante de Capital fué elegida Miss Universo Argentina 2009
  10. ^ Miss Aruba 2008
  11. ^ TV presenter, model Rachael Finch wins Miss Universe Australia
  12. ^ "¡Se fue a la Llajta! Miss Bolivia tiene tres nombres". El Deber. http://www.eldeber.com.bo/2008/2008-07-19/vernotasociales.php?id=080719033731. Retrieved 2008-07-19. 
  13. ^ "La Señorita Cauca es la nueva dueña de la Corona". Canal RCN. http://www.canalrcn.com/concursoNacionalDeBelleza. Retrieved 2008-11-18. 
  14. ^ Miss Costa Rica tiene representante
  15. ^ Miss Universe Hrvatske 2009
  16. ^ Pa motibu di enfermedat; Miss Kòrsou a entregá su korona
  17. ^ "Star Kύπρος 2008 η Κλέλια Γιασεμίδου". Sigma. http://www.sigmalive.com/lifestyle/beauty/40447. Retrieved 2008-07-11. 
  18. ^ Miss Ecuador 2009
  19. ^ Miss El Salvador 2009
  20. ^ Miss Estonia 2009
  21. ^ Essi Pöysti on Miss Suomi 2009!
  22. ^ Miss France 2009
  23. ^ Miss Universe Germany
  24. ^ Beautiful Jennifer Koranteng crowned Miss Universe Ghana
  25. ^ Miss Guatemala 2009
  26. ^ Ingibjörg will compete for Iceland in Miss Universe 2009
  27. ^ Miss Universo Italia
  28. ^ Carolyn Yapp crowned Miss Jamaica Universe 2009
  29. ^ Miss Korea 2008
  30. ^ Miss Universe Kosova 2009
  31. ^ Anaïs Veerapatren est Miss Mauritius 2008 ; Asvin Chunnoo est le tout premier Mr Mauritius World
  32. ^ Avalon-Chanel is Miss Universe
  33. ^ Miss Nicaragua 2009
  34. ^ Frøken Norge 2009
  35. ^ Diana Broce, Senorita Panama para Miss Universo
  36. ^ Angelika Jakubowska najpiękniejszą Polką
  37. ^ Miss Universe Puerto Rico 2009
  38. ^ София Рудьева едет на “Мисс Вселенная”
  39. ^ Miss Singapore 2009
  40. ^ Miss South Africa 2008 - Tatum Keshwar
  41. ^ Miss Thailand Universe 2009
  42. ^ "Miss Trujillo acaparó los premios en "La Gala de la Belleza"". Cadena Global. http://www.cadenaglobal.com/noticias/default.asp?Not=188694&Sec=1. Retrieved 2008-08-31. 
  43. ^ Miss Vietnam Universe 2009
  44. ^ Andella Chileshe Matthews 21, wins Miss Universe Zambia 2009 Crown
  45. ^ "Miss Turks & Caicos Heads Home‏". thebahamasweekly.com. http://www.thebahamasweekly.com/publish/international/Turks_Caicos_head_home7426.shtml. Retrieved 2009-08-24. 
  46. ^ UNESCO has declared the Diablada a symbol of Bolivia and the departament of Oruro, Bolivia.Perú y Bolivia incluyen a Chile en disputa por traje de Diablada El Mercurio
  47. ^ Bolivia rechaza que representante peruana en Miss Universo use traje de la "Diablada" El Mercurio
  48. ^ 2ba.eu
  49. ^ missprunofficial
  50. ^ Miss Universe ranked no. 1 among the broadcast networks in its time period in total viewers

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