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Miss Universe 2011
Date12 September 2011
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueCredicard Hall, São Paulo, Brazil
BroadcasterInternational:
Official broadcaster:
Band (Band São Paulo)
Entrants89
Placements16
Withdrawals
  • Norway
  • Zambia
Returns
  • Cayman Islands
  • Chile
  • Estonia
  • Montenegro
  • Portugal
  • Saint Lucia
  • Turks and Caicos Islands
  • Vietnam
WinnerLeila Lopes
 Angola
CongenialityNikolina Lončar
 Montenegro
Best National CostumeSheldry Sáez
 Panama
PhotogenicRonnia Fornstedt
 Sweden
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Miss Universe 2011 was the 60th Miss Universe pageant, held at the Credicard Hall in São Paulo, Brazil on 12 September 2011.[1][2]

At the end of the event, Ximena Navarrete of Mexico crowned Leila Lopes of Angola as Miss Universe 2011, marking the country's first win in the pageant's history.[3][4][5]

Contestants from eighty-nine countries and territories competed in this year's pageant, surpassing the previous record of 86 contestants in 2006.[6] The pageant was hosted by Andy Cohen and Natalie Morales, with commentary and analysis throughout the entire event by Jeannie Mai and Shandi Finnessey. Brazilian singer-songwriter Bebel Gilberto and Brazilian pop singer Claudia Leitte performed in this year's pageant.[7][8]

Background

Credicard Hall, the venue of Miss Universe 2011

Location and date

On 16 December 2010, Donald Trump, owner of the Miss Universe Organization, and Paula Shugart, president of the Miss Universe Organization, announced that the 60th anniversary of the competition will take place in São Paulo, Brazil on 12 September 2011. This came months after Trump negotiated with the media conglomerate Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação to host the pageant in São Paulo. According to Joao Carlos Saad, president of Grupo Bandeirantes, the network was pleased that they have reached an agreement with Miss Universe to host the pageant in São Paulo, Brazil. The event aired on NBC in the United States, with a Spanish simulcast on Telemundo.[2][9]

Selection of participants

Contestants from eighty-nine countries and territories were selected to compete in the competition. Six of these delegates were appointees to their positions after being a runner-up of their national pageant or being selected through a casting process, while three were selected to replace the original dethroned winner.

Replacements

Evalina van Putten was appointed to represent Curaçao after Monifa Jansen, Miss Curaçao 2011, did not meet the age requirements.[10] However, Jansen competed in the pageant the following year.[11] Mayra Aldana, the first runner-up of Nuestra Belleza El Salvador 2011, was appointed to represent El Savador after Alejandra Ochoa, Nuestra Belleza Universo 2011, suffered from chronic respiratory illness.[12] Mai Phương Thúy, Miss Vietnam 2006, was supposed to represent Vietnam at Miss Universe. However, Mai refused to participate due to personal reasons.[13] Due to this, the Ministry of Culture of Vietnam granted the permission to appoint Vũ Thị Hoàng My, the first runner-up of Miss Vietnam 2010, as the representative of Vietnam at Miss Universe.[14]

Returns and withdrawals

The 2011 edition saw the returns of the Cayman Islands, Chile, Estonia, Montenegro, Portugal, Saint Lucia, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Vietnam. Portugal last competed in 2002, Chile last competed in 2006, Saint Lucia last competed in 2007, Turks and Caicos last competed in 2008, while the others last competed in 2009. Norway and Zambia withdrew.[15] Sara Nicole Andersen of Norway was crowned ten days after the arrival of contestants in São Paulo. Due to this, Andersen withdrew from the competition. However, Andersen competed in the pageant the following year.[16] Zambia withdrew after its respective organization failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.[15]

Lisa Morgan of Zimbabwe was supposed to compete in the pageant. However, she was not allowed to compete after the Miss Universe Organization denied her participation and went on to compete in Miss International 2011 held in Chengdu, China instead.[17][18]

Results

Miss Universe 2011 participating countries and territories.

Placements

Placement Contestant
Miss Universe 2011
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10
Top 16

§ - Voted into the Top 16 by viewers

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic
Best National Costume

Pageant

Format

The Miss Universe Organization introduced several specific changes to the format for this edition. The results of the preliminary competition— which consisted of the swimsuit and evening gown competition, and the closed-door interview, determined the fifteen semifinalists. For the first time in its sixty-year history, the organization will implement a pre-pageant fan vote where fans are able to vote for their favorite contestant to automatically advance to the semifinals. This changes the number of semifinalists from fifteen to sixteen. Aside from that, viewers can also rank each contestant during the live pageant.[22][23]

The sixteen semifinalists competed in the swimsuit competition and were narrowed down to ten afterward. The ten semifinalists competed in the evening gown competition and were narrowed down to five afterward. The five finalists competed in the question and answer round and the final look. During the telecast, viewers are able to see on-screen a fan-voting meter which instantly reveals the scores of the contestants from the real-time voting.[22]

Selection committee

Preliminary competition

  • BJ Coleman – President and CEO of Coleman Entertainment Group[24]
  • Francesca Romana Diana – Italian jewelry deisgner[24]
  • Ana Paula Junqueira – President of the League of Women Voters and United Nations Secretary-General in Brazil[24]
  • Scott Lazerson – Philanthropist and former head of the Larry King Foundation[25]
  • Matheus Mazzafera – Stylist and reality TV show host[24]
  • Jimmy Nguyen – Entertainment and new media lawyer, spokesperson for equal rights and diversity[24]
  • Lara Spotts – Vice-President of East Coast Development for the Bravo Network[24]

Final telecast

Contestants

Eighty-nine contestants competed for the title.[28]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[a] Hometown
Albania Albania Xhesika Berberi 20 Tirana
Angola Angola Leila Lopes[29] 25 Benguela
Argentina Argentina Natalia Rodríguez[30] 25 Buenos Aires
Aruba Aruba Gillain Berry[31] 24 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Scherri-Lee Biggs[32] 21 Perth
The Bahamas Bahamas Anastagia Pierre[33] 22 Nassau
Belgium Belgium Justine De Jonckheere[34] 19 Wevelgem
Bolivia Bolivia Olivia Pinheiro[35] 27 Santa Cruz
Botswana Botswana Larona Kgabo[36] 25 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Priscila Machado[37] 25 Canoas
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Sheroma Hodge[38] 26 Tortola
Canada Canada Chelsae Durocher[39] 20 Tecumseh
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Cristin Alexander[40] 24 George Town
Chile Chile Vanessa Ceruti[41] 25 Santiago
China China Luo Zilin[42] 24 Shanghai
Colombia Colombia Catalina Robayo[43] 22 Cali
Costa Rica Costa Rica Johanna Solano[44] 20 Escazu
Croatia Croatia Natalija Prica[45] 22 Zagreb
Curaçao Curaçao Evalina van Putten[10] 19 Willemstad
Cyprus Cyprus Andriani Karantoni 18 Larnaca
Czech Republic Czech Republic Jitka Nováčková[46] 19 České Budějovice
Denmark Denmark Sandra Amer[47] 21 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Dalia Fernández[48] 21 Santiago
Ecuador Ecuador Claudia Schiess[49] 21 Santa Cruz
Egypt Egypt Sara El-Khouly[50] 23 Alexandria
El Salvador El Salvador Mayra Aldana[12] 25 San Salvador
Estonia Estonia Madli Vilsar[51] 20 Kuressaare
Finland Finland Pia Pakarinen[52] 20 Vantaa
France France Laury Thilleman[53] 20 Brest
Georgia (country) Georgia Eka Gurtskaia 25 Tbilisi
Germany Germany Valeria Bystritskaia[54] 25 Karlsruhe
Ghana Ghana Yayra Nego[55] 26 Accra
United Kingdom Great Britain Chloe-Beth Morgan[56] 25 Cwmbran
Greece Greece Iliana Papageorgiou[57] 23 Patras
Guam Guam Shayna Afaisen[58] 24 Inaraian
Guatemala Guatemala Alejandra Barillas 25 Zacapa
Guyana Guyana Kara Lord[59] 23 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Anedie Azael[60] 22 Port-au-Prince
Honduras Honduras Keylin Gómez[61] 23 Cortés
Hungary Hungary Betta Lipcsei[62] 23 Szarvas
India India Vasuki Sunkavalli[63] 27 Hyderabad
Indonesia Indonesia Nadine Alexandra[64] 20 Jakarta
Republic of Ireland Ireland Aoife Hannon[65] 19 Listowel
Israel Israel Kim Edri[66] 19 Sderot
Italy Italy Elisa Torrini[67] 22 Rome
Jamaica Jamaica Shakira Martin[68] 25 Kingston
Japan Japan Maria Kamiyama[69] 24 Tokyo
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Valeriya Aleinikova[70] 22 Almaty
Kosovo Kosovo Afërdita Dreshaj[71] 25 Pristina
Lebanon Lebanon Yara Khoury Mikhael[72] 19 Beirut
Malaysia Malaysia Deborah Priya Henry[73] 26 Kuala Lumpur
Mauritius Mauritius Laetitia Darche[74] 20 Flic en Flac
Mexico Mexico Karin Ontiveros[75] 23 Amatitán
Montenegro Montenegro Nikolina Lončar[76] 18 Pljevlja
Netherlands Netherlands Kelly Weekers[77] 22 Maastricht
New Zealand New Zealand Priyani Puketapu[78] 20 Wellington
Nicaragua Nicaragua Adriana Dorn[79] 24 Managua
Nigeria Nigeria Sophie Gemal[80] 22 Abuja
Panama Panama Sheldry Sáez[81] 19 Chitré
Paraguay Paraguay Alba Riquelme[82] 20 Asunción
Peru Peru Natalie Vértiz[83] 19 Lima
Philippines Philippines Shamcey Supsup[84] 25 General Santos
Poland Poland Rozalia Mancewicz[85] 24 Bialystok
Portugal Portugal Laura Gonçalves[86] 22 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Viviana Ortiz[87] 25 Corozal
Romania Romania Larisa Popa[88] 24 Slatina
Russia Russia Natalia Gantimurova[89] 20 Moscow
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia Joy-Ann Biscette[90] 25 Castries
Serbia Serbia Anja Šaranović[91] 21 Belgrade
Singapore Singapore Valerie Lim[92] 26 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Dagmar Kolesárová[93] 20 Revúca
Slovenia Slovenia Ema Jagodič[94] 21 Ljubljana
South Africa South Africa Bokang Montjane[95] 25 Johannesburg
South Korea South Korea Jung So-ra[96] 20 Seoul
Spain Spain Paula Guilló[97] 22 Elche
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Stephanie Siriwardhana[98] 23 Colombo
Sweden Sweden Ronnia Fornstedt[99] 20 Södertälje
Switzerland Switzerland Kerstin Cook[100] 22 Kriens
Tanzania Tanzania Nelly Kamwelu[101] 19 Dar Es Salaam
Thailand Thailand Chanyasorn Sakornchan 21 Chonburi
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Gabrielle Walcott[102] 27 Port of Spain
Turkey Turkey Melisa Aslı Pamuk[103] 20 Istanbul
Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Easher Parker[104] 19 Providenciales
Ukraine Ukraine Olesya Stefanko[105] 23 Odesa
Uruguay Uruguay Fernanda Semino 18 Montevideo
United States United States Alyssa Campanella[106] 21 Los Angeles
United States Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands Alexandrya Evans 25 Saint Croix
Venezuela Venezuela Vanessa Gonçalves[107] 25 Caracas
Vietnam Vietnam Vũ Hoàng My[14] 20 Đồng Nai

Notes

  1. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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