Martinique Queens

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Martinique Queens is a national beauty pageant responsible for selecting Martinique's representatives to the International pageants. This pageant is not related to Miss Martinique where the winner traditionally competes at Miss France contest.



Miss Martinique pageant has been known since 1957, unrelated as above specified to Martinique Queens, when the island competed at the Miss Universe pageant. Since 1984 the island joins Miss France contest as overseas department of the country. In 1985 it boycotts to the Miss Universe pageant, because of the pageant does allow that island competing in a national competition as a region.[1]

Miss Martinique is a different pageant, therefore should not feature on the history of Martinique Queens.


Since 2005 Martinique allows winners to compete at the Miss World contest. Moana Saran Luu becomes the national director of the island. In that year she handles the "Martinique Queens" contest to send its winner to the Miss World. While runners-up might compete at the Miss International and Miss Earth pageants.[2]


Color key
  •   Declared as Winner
  •   Ended as runner-up
  •   Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Martinique Queen World Martinique Queen Earth Martinique Queen International Martinique Queen Intercontinental
2004 N/A Murielle Celimene
(1st Runner-up)
2005 Moana Robinel Gaëlle ‘Elle’ Narayanan N/A Linda Daquin
Best Charity Ambassador
2006 Stephanie Colosse Mégane Cindy Martinon Murielle Desgrelle Sarasvati Lutbert
(2nd Runner-up)
2007 Vanessa Beauchaints Élodie Delor
(Top 16)
2008 Élodie Delor Frédérique Violaine Grainville N/A Julie Cadot
2009 Ingrid Littré
(Top 16)
Miss World Top Model (2nd Runner-up)
Pascale Laurie Nelide
(Top 8)
Nathaly Isabelle Peters Andy Govindin
(Top 15)
Miss Photogenic
2010 Tully Fremcourt Christine Elisabeth Garcon Yasmina Marie Varsovie Yaelle Souchette
2011 Axelle Perrier
Miss World Beach Beauty (1st Runner-up)
Coralie Leplus N/A Kathelyn Desire
Miss Photogenic
2012 Andy Govindin N/A N/A N/A
2013 Julie Lebrasseur Rani Charles
Miss Bulusan Challenge
N/A Juelie Lebrasseur
2014 Anaïs Delwaulle N/A N/A N/A
2015 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A
2018 Larissa Segarel
(Top 12)
Miss World Caribbean (1st Runner-up)


  1. ^ "Miss Universe Martinique". Archived from the original on 2015-07-09. Retrieved 2 April 2015.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  2. ^ "Martinique Queens". Retrieved 17 September 2010.

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