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Miss Universe 2005
Natalie Glebova, Miss Universe 2005
Date31 May 2005[a]
Presenters
VenueIMPACT Arena, Nonthaburi Province, Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand
BroadcasterInternational:
Official broadcaster:
Entrants81
Placements15
Debuts
  • Latvia
Withdrawals
  • Austria
  • Botswana
  • Cayman Islands
  • Chinese Taipei
  • Estonia
  • Ghana
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Sweden
Returns
  • Albania
  • Indonesia
  • Mauritius
  • Namibia
  • Sri Lanka
  • United Kingdom
  • United States Virgin Islands
  • Zambia
WinnerNatalie Glebova
 Canada
CongenialityTricia Homer
 United States Virgin Islands
Best National CostumeChananporn Rosjan
 Thailand
PhotogenicGionna Cabrera
 Philippines
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Miss Universe 2005 was the 54th Miss Universe pageant, held at the Impact Arena in Nonthaburi Province, Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand on 31 May 2005.[a]

At the end of the event, Jennifer Hawkins of Australia crowned Natalie Glebova of Canada as Miss Universe 2005.[1][2] It is Canada's first victory in twenty-three years, and the second victory in the pageant's history.[3][4]

Contestants from eighty-one countries and territories competed in this year's pageant. The competition was hosted by Billy Bush and Nancy O'Dell.[5]

Background

Impact Arena, Bangkok, Thailand, the venue for Miss Universe 2005

Location and date

Thailand publicized its bid to host the pageant on 10 July 2004, during a visit by Miss Universe 2004 Jennifer Hawkins to the country.[6] At the time, Chile, China, and Greece were also being considered to host the event.[6] One month later, it was announced that Bangkok had been informally selected to host the competition, at a cost of US$6.5 million.[7] The cost was to be funded by the Thai government in an attempt to boost tourism.[8][9] In October, the proposal faced difficulties when the Thai government were slow to provide the promised funds, which discouraged prospective sponsors,[10] leading Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to become personally involved to make sure that plans were not derailed.[11] The organization awarded official hosting rights to the Matching Entertainment company in December 2004, after an unsuccessful attempt by a different company, Showcase Thailand 2005.[12]

In February 2005, after the Thai government confirmed plans to back the pageant, the Deputy Prime Minister refuted claims that the event would be held in Khao Lak, a resort town devastated by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, but confirmed that Southern Thailand would host events prior to the final competition.[13]

Selection of participants

Contestants from eighty-one countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant. Six delegates were appointees to their position to replace the original dethroned winner.

Jana Doleželová, Miss České Republiky 2004, was originally supposed to compete at Miss Universe but did not compete after the Miss České Republiky organization lost the Miss Universe franchise license to the newly formed Česká Miss pageant.[14] Cheryl Ankrah was originally crowned Miss Trinidad and Tobago 2005 but was dethroned after she was accused of not fulfilling her duties and becoming overweight.[15] Although Ankrah initially got an injunction to prevent another pageant being held, a Judge overturned that and a second Miss Trinidad and Tobago pageant was held.[15] The winner of the second pageant, who represented Trinidad and Tobago at Miss Universe, was Magdalene Walcott. Miss Hanoi-Vietnam 2005 Phạm Thu Hằng became Vietnam's representative in this year's competition after Miss Vietnam Photogenic 2004 Bùi Thị Diễm refused to compete because of her studies.[16][17]

The 2005 edition saw the debut of Latvia, and the returns of Albania, Indonesia, Mauritius, Namibia, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, US Virgin Islands, and Zambia. Indonesia and Sri Lanka last competed in 1996, Zambia in 1999, United Kingdom as Great Britain in 2000, US Virgin Islands in 2002, while the others last competed in 2003. Austria, Botswana, the Cayman Islands, Chinese Taipei, Estonia, Ghana, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Sweden after their respective organizations failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.[18][19] Marina Rodrigues of Portugal was set to compete at Miss Universe. However, Rodrigues withdrew due to undisclosed reasons.[20]

Results

Placements

Placement Contestant
Miss Universe 2005
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10
Top 15

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Photogenic
Miss Congeniality

Best National Costume

Result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
Top 5

Pageant

Format

Same with 2003, fifteen semifinalists were chosen through the preliminary competition— composed of the swimsuit and evening gown competitions and closed-door interviews. The fifteen semifinalists competed in the evening gown and were narrowed down to ten afterward. The ten semifinalists competed in the swimsuit competition and were narrowed down to five afterward. The five finalists competed in the question and answer round and the final look.

Selection committee

Final telecast

Contestants

Miss Universe 2005 participating countries and territories

Eighty-one contestants competed for the title.[23]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[b] Hometown
Albania Albania Agnesa Vuthaj[24] 19 Istog
Angola Angola Zenilde Josias[25] 22 Luanda
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Shermain Jeremy[26] 23 Parham
Aruba Aruba Luisana Cicilia[25] 21 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Michelle Guy[27] 19 Perth
The Bahamas Bahamas Denia Nixon[25] 19 Nassau
Barbados Barbados Nada Yearwood[25] 21 Saint Michael
Belgium Belgium Debby De Waele[28] 20 Brussels
Belize Belize Andrea Elrington[29] 22 Belize City
Bolivia Bolivia Andrea Abudinen[30] 21 Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Brazil Brazil Carina Beduschi[31] 20 Florianópolis
Bulgaria Bulgaria Galina Gancheva[32] 19 Varna
Canada Canada Natalie Glebova[33] 23 Toronto
Chile Chile Renata Ruiz 21 Santiago
China China Tao Siyuan[34] 21 Chengdu
Colombia Colombia Adriana Tarud[35] 22 Barranquilla
Costa Rica Costa Rica Johanna Fernández[36] 23 Santa Ana
Croatia Croatia Jelena Glišić[37] 18 Karlovac
Curaçao Curaçao Rychacviana Coffie 24 Suffisant
Cyprus Cyprus Elena Hadjidemetriou 22 Nicosia
Czech Republic Czech Republic Kateřina Smejkalová[38] 22 Bohuňovice
Denmark Denmark Gitte Hanspal[39] 23 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Renata Soñé[40] 22 Santo Domingo
Ecuador Ecuador Ximena Zamora[41] 20 Quito
Egypt Egypt Meriam George 18 Cairo
El Salvador El Salvador Irma Dimas[42] 18 San Salvador
Ethiopia Ethiopia Atetegeb Tesfaye[43] 23 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Hanna Ek[44] 21 Ilola
France France Cindy Fabre[45] 19 Falaise
Georgia (country) Georgia Rusudan Bochoidze[46] 21 Tbilisi
Germany Germany Aslı Bayram[47] 24 Darmstadt
Greece Greece Evangelia Aravani 19 Lefkada
Guatemala Guatemala Aida Karina Estrada[48] 19 Guatemala City
Guyana Guyana Candisie Franklin[49] 24 Linden
Hungary Hungary Szandra Proksa[50] 23 Siófok
India India Amrita Thapar[51] 23 Pune
Indonesia Indonesia Artika Sari Devi[52] 25 Pangkal Pinang
Republic of Ireland Ireland Mary Gormley[53] 21 Dublin
Israel Israel Elena Ralph[54] 21 Ramat Gan
Italy Italy Maria Teresa Francville 18 Veneto
Jamaica Jamaica Raquel Wright[55] 23 Kingston
Japan Japan Yukari Kuzuya[56] 21 Ichinomiya
Kenya Kenya Rachel Mbuki Marete[57] 19 Nairobi
Latvia Latvia Ieva Kokoreviča[58] 19 Limbaži
Lebanon Lebanon Nadine Njeim[59] 21 Beirut
Malaysia Malaysia Angela Gan[60] 23 Tawau
Mauritius Mauritius Magalie Antoo[61] 23 Port Louis
Mexico Mexico Laura Elizondo[62] 21 Tampico
Namibia Namibia Adele Basson[63] 24 Khomas
Netherlands Netherlands Sharita Sopacua 22 Utrecht
Nicaragua Nicaragua Daniela Clerk[64] 23 Managua
Nigeria Nigeria Roseline Amusu 21 Lagos
Norway Norway Helene Tråsavik[65] 18 Rogaland
Panama Panama Rosa María Hernández[66] 22 Los Santos
Paraguay Paraguay Karina Buttner[67] 23 Asunción
Peru Peru Débora Sulca[68] 19 Cajamarca
Philippines Philippines Gionna Cabrera[69] 22 Pasig
Poland Poland Marta Kossakowska[70] 20 Bydgoszcz
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Cynthia Olavarría[71] 23 San Juan
Russia Russia Natalia Nikolaeva[72] 18 Rostov
Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Mandić[73] 26 Belgrade
Singapore Singapore Cheryl Tay[74] 24 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Michaela Drencková[75] 19 Bratislava
Slovenia Slovenia Dalila Dragojevič[76] 20 Vrhnika
South Africa South Africa Claudia Henkel[77] 22 Pretoria
South Korea South Korea Kim So-young 24 Seoul
Spain Spain Verónica Hidalgo[78] 23 Gerona
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Rozanne Diasz[79] 26 Gampaha
Switzerland Switzerland Fiona Hefti[80] 25 Zürich
Thailand Thailand Chananporn Rosjan[81] 23 Bangkok
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Magdalene Walcott[82] 22 Tunapuna–Piarco
Turkey Turkey Dilek Aksoy[83] 21 İzmir
Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Weniecka Ewing 18 Blue Hills
Ukraine Ukraine Juliya Chernyshova 18 Kyiv
United Kingdom United Kingdom Brooke Johnston[84] 26 London
United States United States Chelsea Cooley[85] 21 Charlotte
United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands Tricia Homer[21] 23 Saint Thomas
Uruguay Uruguay Viviana Arena[86] 22 Salto
Venezuela Venezuela Mónica Spear [87] 20 Maracaibo
Vietnam Vietnam Phạm Thu Hằng[88] 20 Hanoi
Zambia Zambia Cynthia Kanema[89] 24 Kabwe

Notes

  1. ^ a b The event was held at 07:00 local time (UTC+07:00); for the Americas, this was 30 May in their local times.
  2. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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