Miss Universe Bulgaria

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Miss Universe Bulgaria Organization
Мис България Вселена
Formation1991; 33 years ago (1991)
TypeNational beauty pageant
HeadquartersSofia
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Key people
Veneta Krasteva
(President)
Websitebokstarmodels.com/en/

The Miss Universe Bulgaria (‘‘Bulgarian: Мис Вселена България’’; ‘‘English: Miss Universe Bulgaria’’) is a national beauty pageant in the Bulgaria that selects Bulgarian representatives to compete in two of the Big Four international beauty pageants: Miss World and Miss Universe and selects five other titleholders to participate in minor international pageants such as Miss Grand International, Miss Asia Pacific, Top Model of the World, Miss Tourism International and Miss Model of the World.

The Miss Universe Bulgaria holds an annual pageant to identify young Bulgarian women who exemplify beauty, talent, intelligence and compassion.

Owners[edit]

At the moment the license for the contests is property of Fashion Agency “BokStarModels”.

Titleholders[edit]

  •   : 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 winner of Miss Universe Bulgaria represents Bulgaria at the Miss Universe from 1991. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.
Year Province Miss Universe Bulgaria Bulgarian Name Placement at Miss Universe Special Awards Notes
2024 TBA
2023 Kerch Yuliia Pavlikova[1] Юлия Павликова Unplaced
2022 Vratsa Kristina Plamenova[2] Кристина Пламенова Unplaced
2021 Plòvdiv Elena Danova Елена Данова Unplaced
2020 Sofia Radinela Chusheva Радинела Чушева Unplaced
2019 Vratsa Lora Asenova Лора Асенова Unplaced
2018 Plòvdiv Gabriela Topalova[3] Габриела Топалова Unplaced
2017 Sofia Nikoleta Todorova[5] Николета Тодорова Unplaced Nikoleta Todorova replaced the original winner of Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017, Mira Simeonova of Sofia as a result of Mira not meeting the minimum age requirements; Nikoleta was a runner-up during the Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017 pageant.
2016 Sofia Violina Ancheva Виолина Анчева Unplaced
2015 Vratsa Radostina Todorova[6] Радостина Тодорова Unplaced
2014 Sofia Kristina Georgieva Кристина Георгиева Unplaced
2013 Sofia Veneta Krasimirova Krasteva Венета Красимирова Кръстева Unplaced
2012 Blagoevgrad Zhana Yaneva Жана Янева Unplaced
Did not compete between 2010—2011
2009 Ruse Elitsa Lubenova Елица Любенова Unplaced
2008 Did not compete
2007 Sofia Gergana Kochanova Гергана Кочанова Unplaced
2006 Stara Zagora Galena Dimova Галена Димова Unplaced
2005 Sofia Galina Gancheva Галина Ганчева Unplaced
2004 Sofia Ivelina Petrova Ивелина Петрова Unplaced
2003 Sofia Elena Tihomirova Елена Тихомирова Unplaced
2002 Sofia Elina Georgieva Елина Георгиева Unplaced
2001 Varna Ivayla Bakalova Ивайла Бакалова Unplaced
2000 Vratsa Magdalina Valchanova Магдалина Вълчанова Unplaced
1999 Did not compete
1998 Sofia Natalia Gourkova Наталия Гуркова Unplaced
1997 Varna Krasimira Todorova Красимира Тодорова Unplaced
1996 Sofia Maria Sinigerova Мария Синигерова Unplaced
1995 Sofia Boiana Dimitrova Бояна Димитрова Unplaced
1994 Sofia Nevena Marinova Невена Маринова Unplaced
1993 Sofia Lilia Koeva Лилия Коева Unplaced
1992 Sofia Mihaela Nikolova Михаела Николова Unplaced
1991 Sofia Kristina Drumeva Кристина Друмева Unplaced

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Втора украинка ще ни представя пред света". Mirogled. Retrieved 4 November 2023.
  2. ^ "Delegates – Miss Universe 2022". Miss Universe. Retrieved 2022-11-17.
  3. ^ "Miss Universe Bulgaria 2018 award goes to Gabriela Topalowa". awardgoesto. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  4. ^ https://www.facebook.com/MissUniverseBulgaria/[user-generated source]
  5. ^ "Nikoleta Todorova - Miss Universe Bulgaria 2017". Miss Universe Bulgaria - Facebook. 30 September 2017.
  6. ^ "Why Miss Bulgaria trended on Twitter". ABS-CBN News. December 22, 2015. Retrieved November 8, 2022.

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