The Miss Morocco Contest is the oldest continuing beauty contest in Morocco. The contest was first broadcast on television in 1959, with the number of viewers peaking in the nineties when it became watched by nearly half a billion people around the world. The competition qualifies for the Miss Universe election but the country has yet to return to the Miss Universe pageant. Night Star Maroc is currently the owner of the "Miss Maroc" trademark. In 2021 the new formation of Miss Universe Morocco created in Casablanca. The winner expected to be at Miss Universe 2021.
The first known Miss Maroc representing the newly independent nation of Morocco in 1956 was Lydia Marin who competed in Miss World that same year. In 1953, nine women were selected to represent Morocco at Miss Universe, an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the American-based Miss Universe Organization. Between 1950s and 1970s, Morocco sent delegates to major international pageants such as Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss International pageants. Jacqueline Dorella Bonilla, named Miss Morocco in 1957, was one of the most famous Moroccan competitors to ever make it to the American beauty contest, ending up as one of the top 15 semifinalists in the competition. In 2021 Morocco set to return at Miss Universe under new directorship, Saad Bennani.
|1957||Jacqueline Dorella Bonilla|
|2015||Fatima Ezzahra El-Horre|
Titleholders under Miss Maroc org.
Miss Universe Morocco
- : Declared as Winner
- : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
- : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
- : Ended as special awards winner
- the main winner of Miss Maroc represents Morocco at Miss Universe pageant. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.
|Year||Region||Miss Maroc||Placement at Miss Universe||Special Awards||Notes|
|Did not compete between 2022—2023|
|2021||Marrakesh-Safi||Kawtar Benhalima||Unplaced||Saad Bonnani directorship; Replacement — The original winner Fatima-Zahra Khayat did not compete at Miss Universe, due to accident matter, a runner-up Kawtar Benhalima took the title and went to Miss Universe 2021.|
|Did not compete between 2013—2020|
|2012||Casablanca-Settat||Sarah Mouatamid||Did not compete||Night Star Maroc directorship; Withdrew — Due to franchise matter, Sarah withdrew at Miss Universe 2012.|
|Did not compete between 1979—2011|
|Did not compete between 1976—1977|
|Did not compete between 1967—1974|
|Did not compete between 1964—1965|
|Did not compete between 1958—1959|
|1957||Casablanca||Jacqueline Dorella Bonilla||Top 15|
|Did not compete between 1954—1956|
|1953||Casablanca||Colette Ribes||Did not compete||Miss Maroc Organization directorship.|