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Miss World 2023
Date9 March 2024
PresentersTBA
EntertainmentShaan[1]
VenueJio World Convention Centre, Mumbai, India
Broadcaster
Entrants113
Debuts
  • Togo
Withdrawals
  • Armenia
  • Bahamas
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Iceland
  • Luxembourg
  • Rwanda
  • Saint Lucia
  • Sint Maarten
Returns
  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • Ethiopia
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Guatemala
  • Guyana
  • Kazakhstan
  • Lebanon
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Martinique
  • Montenegro
  • Morocco
  • Myanmar
  • New Zealand
  • Romania
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Sudan
  • Thailand
  • Zimbabwe
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Miss World 2023 will be the 71st edition of the Miss World pageant, to be held at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai, India on 9 March 2024. This is the second time that the Miss World pageant has been held in India. Karolina Bielawska of Poland will crown her successor at the end of the event.

Background

Location and date

On 13 February 2023, Julia Morley, chairperson of the Miss World Organization, announced that the competition will take place in the United Arab Emirates in May 2023. "Further details to follow," Morley added, referring to the final date and the venue of the pageant.[2][3]

Four months later, on 8 June 2023, the Miss World Organization announced that the competition will be moved to India instead of the United Arab Emirates.[4][5] There is no clear reason given as to why the organization changed the location of the competition.[6][7] On 28 September 2023, the Miss World Organization announced that the pageant would happen on 16 December 2023 at Yashobhoomi, Dwarka, Delhi, India. However, due to the elections in India, it has been postponed until 2 March 2024 which was confirmed by Bielawska through her Instagram account.[8][9]

Furthermore, on 19 January 2024, the Miss World Organization announced that the pageant would happen on 9 March 2024 at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai.[10][11] The pageant is set to begin on 18 February 2024.[12]

Selection of participants

Contestants from 113 countries and territories have been selected to compete in the competition. Five of them are designees after the withdrawal of the original contestant in their respective countries and territories, and two selected after another national pageant was held to replace the original dethroned winner.

Replacements

Angela Tanuzi was replaced by Elona Ndrecaj as Miss World Albania 2022 due to unknown reasons.[13][14][15] Sreypich Teng was announced as Miss World Cambodia and will compete instead of Sovattey Sary due to the delay of the pageant. Poelano Mothisi, the first runner-up in Miss Lesotho 2021, was appointed to represent her country as the original winner Refiloe Lefothane pursued to continue her studies abroad.[16] Daria Gapska was originally slated to represent Northern Ireland, but was replaced by Kaitlyn Clarke, the reigning titleholder, as she elapsed her reign as Miss Northern Ireland.[17] Lucía Arellano was crowned as the new Miss World Peru 2022, replacing Jennifer Barrantes who was dethroned due to not fulfilling her obligations stipulated in her contract, according to the organization.[18] However, Barrantes denied the claims and stated that there has been a conflict between her and the organization which caused her withdrawal.[19] Lucy Thomson, Miss Scotland 2022, was replaced by Chelsie Allison as she elapsed her reign as Miss Scotland.[20]

Ruan Yue, Miss China World 2022, was stripped of her title due to "inappropriate" behavior,[21] and was replaced by Qin Zewen. However, Zewen was also stripped of the title for falsifying her education and employment qualifications.[22] China held an extra pageant to determine a new representative, with Ke Xu Xin as the new winner.[23]

Debuts, returns and withdrawals

This edition will mark the debut of Togo, and the returns of Australia, Bangladesh, Croatia, Denmark, Ethiopia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Martinique, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar, New Zealand, Romania, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Thailand, and Zimbabwe. Morocco last competed in 1968; Liberia last competed in 2017; Germany, Lebanon, Lesotho, Martinique, and Zimbabwe last competed in 2018; while the others last competed in 2019.[24] Armenia, Bahamas, Equatorial Guinea, Iceland, Rwanda, Saint Lucia and Sint Maarten withdrew.

Armenia, the Bahamas, Equatorial Guinea, Iceland, Luxembourg, Rwanda, Saint Lucia, and Sint Maarten withdrew. Léa Sevenig of Luxembourg,[25] confirmed that she will no longer compete due to the cancellation of her national pageant.[26] Divine Muheto of Rwanda also withdrew due to the cancellation of her national pageant following several allegations of misconduct from the organization towards the contestants.[27][28] Ashley Carrington of Barbados, Xaria Penn of the British Virgin Islands,[29] and Phonevilai Luanglath of Laos withdrew due to undisclosed reasons.[30]

Contestants

113 contestants will compete for the title.

Country/Territory Contestant Age[a] Hometown
Albania Albania Elona Ndrecaj[15] 22 Tirana
Angola Angola Florinda José[31] 21 Luanda
Argentina Argentina Mariela Fuchs[32] 22 Misiones
Australia Australia Kristen Wright[33] 24 Melbourne
Bangladesh Bangladesh Shammi Islam Nila[34] 21 Dhaka
Belgium Belgium Kedist Deltour[35] 26 Nazareth
Belize Belize Elise-Gayonne Vernon[36] 21 Biscayne
Bolivia Bolivia Fernanda Rivero[37] 20 Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Anđela Gajić[38] 18 Banja Luka
Botswana Botswana Lesego Chombo[39] 22 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Leticía Frota[40] 20 Manaus
Bulgaria Bulgaria Ivana Subeva[citation needed] 16 Sofia
 Cambodia Sreypich Teng[41] 19 Banteay Meanchey
Cameroon Cameroon Julia Edima[42][better source needed] 28 Ebolowa
Canada Canada Jaime Vandenberg[43] 27 Lethbridge
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Leanni Tibbets[44] 27 George Town
Chile Chile Ámbar Zenteno[45] 28 Santiago
China China Ke Xu Xin[23] 20 Heilongjiang
Colombia Colombia Camila Pinzón[46] 28 Duitama
Costa Rica Costa Rica Krisly Salas[47][better source needed] 24 Alajuela
Ivory Coast Côte d'Ivoire Mylene Djihony[48] 23 Aboisso
Croatia Croatia Lucija Begić[49] 23 Zagreb
Curaçao Curaçao Nashaira Balentien[50] 26 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Krystyna Pyszková[51] 23 Třinec
Denmark Denmark Johanne Grundt Hansen[52] 22 Næstved
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic María Victoria Bayo[53] 23 Santo Domingo
Ecuador Ecuador Annie Zámbrano[54] 24 Salinas
El Salvador El Salvador Andrea Aguilar[citation needed] 20 San Salvador
England England Jessica Gagen[55] 28 Skelmersdale
Estonia Estonia Adriana Mass[56] 21 Pärnu
Ethiopia Ethiopia Rgat Afewerki Ybrah[citation needed] 23 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Adelaide Botty van den Bruele[57] 27 Sonkajärvi
France France Clémence Botino[58] 27 Baie-Mahault
Germany Germany Aleksandra Modić[59] 24 Wetzlar
Ghana Ghana Miriam Xorlasi[60][better source needed] 23 Battor
Gibraltar Gibraltar Faith Torres[61] 22 Gibraltar
Greece Greece Samantha Misovic[62] 19 Chania
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Marie Hatchi[citation needed] 27 Basse-Terre
Guatemala Guatemala Marcela Miranda[citation needed] 20 Guatemala City
 Guinea Makia Bamba[63] 25 Conakry
 Guinea-Bissau Mirla Ferreira Dabó[64] 26 Bissau
Guyana Guyana Andrea King[65] 26 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Valierie Alcide[66][better source needed] 28 Pétion-Ville
Honduras Honduras Yelsin Almendarez[67] 23 Danlí
Hungary Hungary Boglárka Hacsi[68] 23 Miskolc
India India Sini Shetty[69] 22 Udupi
Indonesia Indonesia Audrey Vanessa[70] 24 Manado
Iraq Iraq Balsam Hussein[71] 27 Baghdad
Republic of Ireland Ireland Ivanna McMahon[72] 28 Barefield
Italy Italy Rebecca Arnone[73] 21 Turin
Jamaica Jamaica Shanique Singh[74] 26 Kingston
Japan Japan Kana Yamaguchi[75][better source needed] 25 Toyama
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Tomiris Kakimova[76] 25 Astana
Kenya Kenya Chantou Kwamboka[77] 24 Kisumu
Lebanon Lebanon Yasmina Zaytoun[78] 21 Kfarchouba
 Lesotho Poelano Mothisi[16] 23 Maseru
Liberia Liberia Veralyn Vonleh[79] 20 Monrovia
Macau Macau Li Mengli[80] 25 Macau
Madagascar Madagascar Antsaly Rajoelina[81] 23 Analamanga
Malaysia Malaysia Wenanita Angang[82] 27 Kota Kinabalu
Malta Malta Natalia Galea[83] 24 Valletta
Martinique Martinique Axelle René[84] 22 Le Robert
Mauritius Mauritius Liza Gundowry[85] 25 Port Louis
Mexico Mexico Alejandra Díaz[86] 25 San Luis Potosí
Moldova Moldova Diana Spotarenko[87] 20 Gagauzia
Mongolia Mongolia Bolor Bat-Erdene[88] 24 Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Montenegro Anđela Vukadinović[89] 22 Kotor
Morocco Morocco Sonia Aït Mansour[90] 27 Marrakech
Myanmar Myanmar Yoon Theint Theint Nway[91] 19 Pindaya
Namibia Namibia Leone van Jaarsveld[92] 27 Swakopmund
Nepal Nepal Priyanka Rani Joshi[93] 25 Kathmandu
 Netherlands Amber Koelewijn[94] 18 Bunschoten
New Zealand New Zealand Navjot Kaur[95] 27 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua Mariela Cerros[96] 25 Ocotal
Nigeria Nigeria Ada Eme[97] 24 Abiriba
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Kaitlyn Clarke[17] 27 Belfast
Norway Norway Andrea Farias[98] 20 Kristiansand
Panama Panama Kathleen Pérez[99] 24 Changuinola
Paraguay Paraguay Dahiana Benítez[100] 20 Encarnación
Peru Peru Lucía Arellano[101] 23 Ucayali
Philippines Philippines Gwendolyne Fourniol[102] 23 Himamaylan
Poland Poland Krystyna Sokołowska[103] 25 Białystok
Portugal Portugal Catarina Ferreira[104] 25 Lisbon
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Elena Rivera[105] 19 Toa Baja
Romania Romania Ada-Maria Ileana[106] 26 Bucharest
Scotland Scotland Chelsie Allison[20] 26 Inverness
Senegal Senegal Fatou L'eau[107] 21 Dakar
Serbia Serbia Anja Radić[108] 20 Belgrade
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Daisy Princess Mujeh Abdulai[109] 22 Freetown
Singapore Singapore Oh Wei Qi[110] 24 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Sophia Hrivňáková[111] 22 Banská Štiavnica
Slovenia Slovenia Vida Milivojša[112] 24 Ljubljana
Somalia Somalia Bahja Mohamoud[113][better source needed] 22 Beledweyne
South Africa South Africa Claude Mashego[114] 24 Bushbuckridge
South Korea South Korea Lijin Kim[115] 23 Seoul
South Sudan South Sudan Arek Abraham Albino[116] 21 Juba
Spain Spain Paula Pérez[117] 27 Castellón
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Kavindi Nethmini[118][better source needed] 27 Colombo
Sweden Sweden Stina Nordlander[119][better source needed] 26 Kramfors
Tanzania Tanzania Halima Kopwe[120] 23 Mtwara
Thailand Thailand Tharina Botes[121] 27 Phuket
Togo Togo Chimène Moladja[122] 24 Lomé
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Aché Abrahams[123] 24 Santa Cruz
Tunisia Tunisia Imen Mehrzi[124][better source needed] 28 Tunis
Turkey Turkey Nursena Say[125] 25 Istanbul
Uganda Uganda Hannah Tumukunde[126] 20 Nakaseke
Ukraine Ukraine Sofia Shamia[127] 18 Kyiv
United States United States Victoria DiSorbo[128] 25 Pembroke Pines
Uruguay Uruguay Tatiana Luna[129] 23 Montevideo
Venezuela Venezuela Ariagny Daboín[130] 27 Maracay
Vietnam Vietnam Huỳnh Nguyễn Mai Phương[131] 24 Biên Hòa
Wales Wales Darcey Corria[132] 21 Barry
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Nokutenda Marumbwa[133] 20 Bulawayo

Notes

  1. ^ Age at the time of the pageant

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