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Miss Universe 2021
Date13 December 2021
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueUniverse Dome, Port of Eilat, Eilat, Israel
BroadcasterInternational:Official broadcaster: Yes[1]
Entrants80
Placements16
DebutsBahrain
Withdrawals
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Uruguay
Returns
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Guatemala
  • Hungary
  • Kenya
  • Morocco
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • Sweden
  • Turkey
WinnerHarnaaz Sandhu
 India
Best National CostumeMaristella Okpala
 Nigeria
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Logo of the 70th anniversary of Miss Universe

Miss Universe 2021 was the 70th Miss Universe pageant, held at the Universe Dome in Eilat, Israel on 13 December 2021.[a][2]

At the end of the event, Andrea Meza of Mexico crowned Harnaaz Sandhu of India as Miss Universe 2021. It was India's first victory in twenty-one years, and the third victory of the country in the pageant's history. Sandhu became the first ever Sikh woman to win the title of Miss Universe.[3][4][5]

Contestants from eighty countries and territories competed in this year's pageant. The competition featured the return of Steve Harvey as host; Harvey last served as host during Miss Universe 2019. Cheslie Kryst, who was previously crowned as Miss USA 2019, and Carson Kressley served as backstage correspondents. JoJo, Noa Kirel, Harel Skaat, Valerie Hamaty, and Narkis performed in this year's pageant.[6][7]

The competition also featured the return of Fox as the official broadcaster of the show after being absent for the previous edition. It was broadcast to hundreds of millions of viewers in 172 countries. This was also the final edition to be aired on an American broadcast television network.[7]

Background

Location and date

In January 2021, the Miss Universe Organization was reportedly in talks to host the 2021 edition of the competition in Costa Rica in late 2021 or early 2022.[8] The negotiations were later confirmed by Gustavo Segura, serving as the Minister of Tourism in the government of Costa Rica.[9][10] In May 2021, in her first interview to People en Español after her coronation, Andrea Meza stated that the next edition of the pageant could possibly take place at the end of 2021. She also acknowledged the fact that her reign would be one of the shortest in the history of the pageant.[b][11]

Two months after the interview, the Miss Universe Organization confirmed that the competition would be in Eilat, Israel in December 2021.[12] On 27 October 2021, the pageant was confirmed to be on 12 December 2021, at the Universe Dome, a custom-built and temporary arena imported to Eilat from Portugal. Also announced was that the chosen venue was to work with maximum capacity (5,000 spectators) to avoid precautious concerns on a potential COVID-19 resurgence, after the 2020 pageant (held in May 2021) was scaled down to 1,750 spectators (nearly one-quarter of the venue capacity) due to the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.[13][14]

Selection of participants

Contestants from eighty countries and territories were selected to compete in the competition. Twenty-seven 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 two were selected to replace the original dethroned winner.

Replacements

Amandine Petit, Miss France 2021, was initially supposed to compete in Miss Universe 2021, while Clémence Botino, Miss France 2020, was supposed to compete in Miss Universe 2020. A switch happened between the two delegates due to a potential date conflict between Miss Universe 2021 and Miss France 2022, at which Petit was contractually obligated to be present.[15] Debbie Aflalo, originally the first runner-up of Miss Dominican Republic 2021, was appointed to represent the country after the original winner, Andreína Martínez, tested positive for COVID-19 shortly before her scheduled departure.[16] Kawtar Benhalima, originally the first runner-up of Miss Universe Morocco 2021, was appointed to represent the country after the original winner, Fatima-Zahra Khayat, was injured in a car accident.[17]

Debuts, returns, and withdrawals

This edition marked the debut of Bahrain, and the returns of Equatorial Guinea, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Kenya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Sweden, and Turkey; Morocco last competed in 1978, which makes the country's first time to compete after four decades of absence from Miss Universe,[18] Greece, Guatemala, and Hungary last competed in 2018, while the others last competed in 2019. Barbados, Belize, Indonesia, and Malaysia withdrew for travel restrictions while Myanmar and Uruguay withdrew for undisclosed reasons.[19][20][21][22] Expected to debut in the competition was the United Arab Emirates, but plans changed following the cancellation of its national pageant.[23][24]

Botino later tested positive for COVID-19 upon arriving in Israel, and was taken to a government isolation hotel. She had been fully vaccinated, and had tested upon departure.[25] Botino was released from quarantine after ten days and was authorized to rejoin the competition.[26]

Incidents before the pageant

Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane, refused to withdraw from the pageant after pressure from the South African government. Minister of Arts, Sport and Culture – Nathi Mthethwa, announced that the government refused to associate itself with the pageant as "the atrocities committed by Israel against Palestinians are well documented."[27][28][29]

Results

Miss Universe 2021 participating countries and territories.

Placements

Placement Contestant
Miss Universe 2021
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 5
Top 10
Top 16

§ - Voted into the Top 16 by viewers

Special awards

Award Contestant
Best National Costume
Fan Vote Winner
Social Impact Award
Spirit of Carnival Award

Pageant

Format

The Miss Universe Organization introduced several specific changes to the format for this edition. The number of semifinalists was reduced to sixteen— the same number of semifinalists in 2017. The results of the preliminary competition— which consisted of the swimsuit and evening gown competition, and the closed-door interview, determined the sixteen semifinalists selected at large. The internet voting is still being implemented, with fans being able to vote for another delegate to advance into the semifinals. 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 preliminary question and answer round, and the final three was chosen. The final word portion was brought back, after which Miss Universe 2021 and her two runners-up were announced.[33]

Selection committee

Contestants

Eighty contestants competed for the title.[36]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[c] Hometown
Albania Albania Ina Dajci[37] 27 Tirana
Argentina Argentina Julieta García[38] 22 Bahía Blanca
Armenia Armenia Nane Avetisyan[39] 24 Yerevan
Aruba Aruba Thessaly Zimmerman[40] 27 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Daria Varlamova[41] 27 Melbourne
The Bahamas The Bahamas Chantel O'Brian[42] 27 Nassau
Bahrain Bahrain Manar Nadeem Deyani[43] 25 Riffa
Belgium Belgium Kedist Deltour[44] 24 Nazareth
Bolivia Bolivia Nahemi Uequin[45] 20 Santa Cruz
Brazil Brazil Teresa Santos[46] 23 Maranguape
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Xaria Penn[47] 18 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Elena Danova[48] 21 Krichim
Cambodia Cambodia Ngin Marady[49] 22 Phnom Penh
Cameroon Cameroon Michèle-Ange Minkata[50][51] 27 Yaoundé
Canada Canada Tamara Jemuovic[52] 27 Toronto
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Georgina Kerford[53] 18 George Town
Chile Chile Antonia Figueroa[54] 26 La Serena
China China Yang Shi Yin[55] 20 Beijing
Colombia Colombia Valeria Ayos[56] 27 Cartagena
Costa Rica Costa Rica Valeria Rees[57] 28 Heredia
Croatia Croatia Ora Ivanišević[58] 20 Dubrovnik
Curaçao Curaçao Shariëngela Cijntje[59] 27 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Karolína Kokešová[60] 25 Prague
Denmark Denmark Sara Langtved[61] 26 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Debbie Aflalo[62] 27 Azua
Ecuador Ecuador Susy Sacoto[63] 24 Portoviejo
El Salvador El Salvador Alejandra Gavidia[64] 25 San Salvador
Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Martina Mituy[65] 19 Ebibeyin
Finland Finland Essi Unkuri[66] 23 Vaasa
France France Clémence Botino[67] 24 Baie-Mahault
Germany Germany Hannah Seifer[68] 19 Düsseldorf
Ghana Ghana Naa Commodore[69][51] 26 Accra
United Kingdom Great Britain Emma Collingridge[70] 23 Suffolk
Greece Greece Sofia Arapogianni[71] 22 Ithaca
Guatemala Guatemala Dannia Guevara[72] 24 Ayutla
Haiti Haiti Pascale Bélony[73] 28 Cap-Haïtien
Honduras Honduras Rose Meléndez[74] 27 Limón
Hungary Hungary Jázmin Viktória[75] 20 Budapest
Iceland Iceland Elísa Gróa Steinþórsdóttir[76] 22 Garðabær
India India Harnaaz Sandhu[77] 21 Chandigarh
Republic of Ireland Ireland Katharine Walker[78] 26 Belfast
Israel Israel Noa Cochva[79] 22 Bnei Atarot
Italy Italy Caterina Di Fuccia[80] 23 Marcianise
Jamaica Jamaica Daena Soares[81] 22 Mona
Japan Japan Juri Watanabe[82] 25 Tokyo
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Aziza Tokashova[36] 27 Almaty
Kenya Kenya Roshanara Ebrahim[83] 28 Nairobi
Kosovo Kosovo Shkurtesa Sejdiu[84] 19 Gjilan
Laos Laos Tonkham Phonchanhueang[85] 26 Vientiane
Malta Malta Jade Cini[86] 26 Valletta
Mauritius Mauritius Anne Murielle Ravina[87] 26 Rodrigues
Mexico Mexico Débora Hallal[88] 25 Los Mochis
Morocco Morocco Kawtar Benhalima[89] 22 Marrakesh
Namibia Namibia Chelsi Shikongo[90] 24 Walvis Bay
Nepal Nepal Sujita Basnet[91] 28 Kathmandu
Netherlands Netherlands Julia Sinning[92] 24 Amsterdam
Nicaragua Nicaragua Allison Wassmer[93] 26 Managua
Nigeria Nigeria Maristella Okpala[94][51] 28 Anambra
Norway Norway Nora Nakken[95] 23 Trondheim
Panama Panama Brenda Smith[96] 27 Panama City
Paraguay Paraguay Nadia Ferreira[97] 22 Villarrica
Peru Peru Yely Rivera[98] 27 Arequipa
Philippines Philippines Beatrice Gomez[99] 26 Cebu City
Poland Poland Agata Wdowiak[100] 25 Łódź
Portugal Portugal Orícia Dos Santos[101] 27 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Michelle Colón[102] 21 Loíza
Romania Romania Carmina Cotfas[103] 21 Cluj-Napoca
Russia Russia Ralina Arabova[104] 22 Kazan
Singapore Singapore Nandita Banna[105] 21 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Veronika Ščepánková[106] 26 Bratislava
South Africa South Africa Lalela Mswane[107][51] 24 Richards Bay
South Korea South Korea Jisu Kim[108] 23 Seoul
Spain Spain Sarah Loinaz[109] 23 San Sebastián
Sweden Sweden Moa Sandberg[36] 25 Stockholm
Thailand Thailand Anchilee Scott-Kemmis[110] 22 Chachoengsao
Turkey Turkey Cemrenaz Turhan[111] 23 Istanbul
Ukraine Ukraine Hannah Neplyakh[112] 27 Dnipro
United States United States Elle Smith[113] 23 Louisville
Venezuela Venezuela Luiseth Materán[114] 25 Los Teques
Vietnam Vietnam Kim Duyên[115] 26 Cần Thơ

Notes

  1. ^ The event was televised live at 02:00 Israel Standard Time (UTC+02:00); for the Americas, this was 12 December in their local times.
  2. ^ Andrea Meza's reign would be the shortest to complete her reign. Oxana Fedorova, the original winner of Miss Universe 2002, remains the shortest reign in the organization's history but was soon dethroned to pass the title to the first runner-up.
  3. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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