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List of Miss World Winners

Here you can check the list of Miss World winners and their representing country.

Miss World is an international beauty pageant created in United Kingdom. It comes under the big fours beauty contest including Miss Universe, Miss International and Miss Earth.

Contestants from different nations participate in the Miss World competition, representing their respective countries. They go through a series of rounds, including swimsuit, evening gown, talent, and question-and-answer segments. The judges evaluate the contestants based on their physical appearance, poise, personality, and their ability to articulate their thoughts.

The first Miss World pageant competition was in 1952. It is one of oldest international beauty contest founded by Eric Morley. The Headquarter of Miss World organization is in London, England.

List of Miss World titleholders

YearMiss WorldCountry
1951Kerstin HakanssonSweden
1952May-Louise FlodinSweden
1953Denise PerrierFrance
1954Antigone CostandaEgypt
1957Marita LindahlFinland
1958Penelope CoelenSouth Africa
1958Carole CrawfordJamaica
1959Corine Spier RottschaferNetherlands
1962Catharina LoddersNetherlands
1967Madeleine Hartog BelPeru
1977Mary Ann Catrin StavinSweden
1978Silvana SuarezArgentina
1984Astrid Carolina Herrera IrrazabalVenezuela
1985Holmfrlour KarlsdottirIceland
1990Gina Marie TollesonUnited States
1994Aishwarya RaiIndia
1997Diana HaydenIndia
1999Yukta MookheyIndia
2000Priyanka ChopraIndia
2001Agbani DaregoNigeria
2002Azra AkinTurkey
2003Rosanna Diane DavisonIreland
2004Maria Julia MantillaPeru
2005Unnur Birna VilhjalmsdottirIceland
2006Tatana KucharovaCzech Republic
2007Zhang ZilinChina
2008Ksenia SukhinovaRussia
2009Kaiane AldorinoGibraltar
2010Alexandria MillsUnited States
2011Ivian SarcosVenezuela
2012Yu WenxiaChina PR
2013Megan YoungPhilippines
2014
2015Mireia LalagunaSpain
2016Stephanie Del VallePuerto Rico
2017Manushi ChhillarIndia
2018Vanessa PonceMexico
2019Toni-Ann SinghJamaica
2020No competition held due to Covid 19
2021Karolina BielawskaPoland

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