Miss Grand International 2019

7th Miss Grand International competition, beauty pageant edition

Miss Grand International 2019
Valentina Figuera Morales.png
Valentina Figuera, the winner of Miss Grand International 2019 pageant.
Date25 October 2019
PresentersLeo Aldana
Clara Sosa 22
VenuePoliedro de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela
BroadcasterTeleven, YouTube
Entrants60
Placements21
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerValentina Figuera
 Venezuela
Best National CostumeMara Topić
 Ecuador
Besi in SwimsuitCarmen Drayton
 Panama
Best Evening gownCamila Escribens
 Peru
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Miss Grand International 2019 is the 7th edition of Miss Grand International pageant, was held on October 25, 2019, at Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela,[1][2][3] where for the first time in the pageant history the host country delegate won the crown. The nineteen-year-old Valentina Figuera was the first Venezuelan representative to win the title since the establishment of the contest.[4] As was normal for the event, she was crowned by her immediate predecessor, Clara Sosa of Paraguay.

Contestants from 60 countries and territories participated in this year's pageant,[2] with a new crown created by Venezuelan jewelry designer George Wittels, the official jewelry sponsor of the Miss Grand International Organization. However, Security concerns in Venezuela and visa regulation problems caused many representatives to drop out of the contest.[3][5] The pageant was broadcast on Televen, hosted by Venezuelan TV host Leo Aldana and Miss Grand International 2018 [id] Clara Sosa.[6]

At the end of the final event, the host had announced that the 8th Miss Grand International will take place in Venezuela again in October 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization decided to postpone the pageant to 2021 and move the venue to Bangkok, Thailand instead.[7]

Background

Location

On March 15, 2019, the Miss Grand International Organization announced that the competition would be held on May 25, 2019, at Poliedro de Caracas in Caracas, Venezuela.[8]

Selection of participants

Park Serim, who had been crowned Miss Grand Korea 2019 but did not participate in the international contest due to the crisis in Venezuela.

Delegates representing 60 countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant;[2] three of these delegates were appointed to their titles after an audition process or other internal selection (Cuba, Germany, and Mauritius),[9][10] two contestants were designated after the withdrawal of the original contestant. Génesis Quintero, who had been crowned "Miss Grand Colombia 2019", was appointed to represent Colombia after Sthefani Rodríguez, the former titleholder, has presented her letter of resignation to the national director Luis Garcés citing personal reasons.[11][12] Previously, Quintero was the winner of Miss Grand Colombia 2018 but she renounced her title without competing in the international event.[11][13] Sudawan Kumdee was appointed to the title "Miss Grand Ireland 2019" by the country's national director Manuel Munares after Hollie Hersey, the original titleholder, handed back the national title after being body-shamed by the director.[14][15] Nine of the total delegates were appointed to their titles without participating in any respective national pageants, including Belarus, Canada, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Latvia, and Romania.

Eight winners or runner-ups of previous years national pageants were appointed to their national titles, including; Galina Lukina of Bashkortostan, was designated to represent the territory by Luiza Zakiryanova, the director of Miss Bashkortostan. Previouly, Lukina had been crowned Miss Bashkortostan 2016, Miss Bikini CIS 2015, as well as the ambassador of peace between Bashkortostan and South Korea.[16] Brenda Castro was appointed to represent Costa Rica by Gerson Jiménez, the director of a newly established reality show pageant "The Finalists", after the Miss Costa Rica organization relinquished the franchise.[17][18] Castro had been crowned Miss Costa Rica 2015.[18][19] The Reina de El Salvador 2018, Olga Ortiz, was appointed to participate in the contest by Francisco Cortez, the director of El Certamen Nacional de la belleza El Salvador.[20] Ortiz had previously represented El Salvador at Miss Asia Pacific International 2018[21] The Netherlands representative, Margaretha de Jong, who has been crowned Miss Beauty of Netherlands 2018 and represented the country at Miss Earth 2018,[22] was appointed to the title by the organization "12 Months of Beauty", the owner of the Netherlands franchise for Miss Grand International.[23] Kamilla Khusainova was designated to represent Russia by "The Volga Model", the organizer of the contest Miss Tourism of Russia. Khusainova was Miss Tatarstan 2018, Miss Tourism Russia 2018, and the winner of an international contest Miss Aura International 2018.[24] Liana Sargsyan, a representative from Armenia who went unplace at Miss World 2017. she was appointed by the national director Janna Gregory,[25] making her the first Armenian delegate participating since the establishment of the contest.[26] Sargsyan had been crowned Miss Armenia 2017.[25][26] The last three candidates who were appointed to enter the contest was Patrycja Woźniak, the secound runner-up Miss Polonia 2018,[27] Nahémy Ceriac, the first runner-up Miss Guadeloupe 2016,[28] and Stephanie Karam, Miss International Lebanon 2016.[29] The remainder of the delegates were selected after winning their respective national pageants, obtaining the runner-up, or receiving a designated supplementary title at a national pageant.

Due to visa issues and security concerns in Venezuela, ten countries decided to withdraw from the competition, including: Cambodia, Denmark, England, Jamaica, Laos, New Zealand, Scotland, South Korea, Wales, and Zambia.[3][30][31] Park Serim, who had been crowned Miss Grand Korea 2019, was expected to represent South Korea at the competition.[32] However, due to the deteriorating political situation and safety, the whole area of Venezuela is stated as the "Red Travel Warning Area" by South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.[33][34] The Miss Grand Korea organization was strongly suggested and warned not to visit Venezuela unless the purpose of the trip is crucial and essential by the Ministry, making the country's delegate was unable to participate in the pageant.[32] The organization has decided to send the winner to instead compete at the Miss Global 2019.[35] Moreover, Luwi Lusa Kawanda, the representative of Zambia, as well as all three candidates from United Kingdom, also decided to withdraw from the competition and chose to instead participate in Miss International 2019 and Miss Global 2019, recpectively. The rest of withdrawal countries were lack of national franchise owners.

Pageant

National Costume Parade

Ancillary and other events

Preliminary competition

Final program

Format

As in all previous editions, twenty semifinalists were chosen from the initial pool of 60 delegates through a closed-door interview and a preliminary competition — in swimwear and evening gown—held two days before the finals night. The top 20 were then competed in a swimsuit competition, with 9 of them advancing to the Top 10 – the last spot for Top 10 candidate, Nguyễn Hà Kiều Loan of Vietnam, was determined through online voting results, who then all Top 10 finalists competed in an evening gown and gave their speeches on ‘Stop the War and Violence theme’. After the speech round and evening gown competitions, the judges then selected the top five to compete in the question-and-answer portion, where all entrants were asked the same question about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, after which the judges chose Miss Grand International 2019 and her four runners-up.

Selection committee

Preliminary competition

  • Nawat Itsaragrisil – President of Miss Grand International.
  • Teresa Chaivisut – Vice-president of Miss Grand International.
  • Leudys González – CEO of Nuestra Tierra Foundation
  • George Wittels – Jewelry and crown designer.
  • Pedro Durán – Entrepreneur and singer.

Final telecast

Results summary

Main placement

Final results Contestant
Miss Grand International 2019
1st Runner-up
  •  Mexico – María Malo Juvera Raimond
2nd Runner-up
3rd Runner-up
  •  Panama – Carmen Irina Drayton
4th Runner-up
  •  Brazil – Marjorie Marcelle Corrêa Angelotti
Top 10
  •  Australia – Taylor Marlene Curry
  •  Ecuador – Mara Štefica Topić
  •  Peru – Camila Namie Escribens
  •  Puerto Rico – Hazel Marie Ortíz Méndez
  •  Vietnam – Nguyễn Hà Kiều Loan
Top 20

- Voted into Top 10 (Did not place into Top 20) via Miss Grand Popular Vote

Special awards

Contestants

60 contestants competed for the title of Miss Grand International 2019:

Country/Territory Delegate Age Hometown
 Albania Xhensila Shaba[36] 23 Tirana
 Armenia Liana Lily Sargsyan[37] 19 Yerevan
 Australia Taylor Marlene Curry[38] 24 Gold Coast
 Bashkortostan Galina Alekseevna Lukina[16] 27 Ufá
 Belarus Karina Kiseleva[39] 22 Minsk
 Bolivia Natalia Carolina Paz Rojas[40] 19 Cochabamba
 Brazil Marjorie Marcelle[3] 24 São Paulo
 Bulgaria Victoria Vaseva[41] 25 Sofia
 Canada Brianna Plouffe[1] 20 Cowansville
 Chile Francisca Lavandero[42] 19 Los Ángeles
 China Deng Jiefang[43] 20 Shanxi
 Colombia Génesis Quintero[11] 27 Arauca
 Costa Rica Brenda Castro[17] 27 Guápiles
 Cuba Elaine González[44] 25 La Habana
 Curaçao Liane Bonofacia[45] 27 Willemstad
 Czech Republic Maria Boichenko[46] 23 Praga
 Dominican Republic Stéphanie Bustamante[43] 27 Paterson
 Ecuador Mara Stefica Topić Verduga[47] 25 Los Angeles
 Egypt Esraa Albelasi 26 El Cairo
 El Salvador Olga Ortiz[20] 25 Usulután
 Estonia Eliise Randmaa[48] 19 Tallinn
 France Cassandra De Sousa[49] 25 Dreux
 Germany Lalaine Mahler[9] 19 Suabia
 Guadeloupe Nahémy Ceriac[50] 22 Les Abymes
 Guatemala Dannia Guevara[51] 22 San Marcos
 Haiti Josée Isabelle Riché[52] 26 Puerto Príncipe
 India Shivani Jadhav[53] 23 Pune
 Indonesia Sarlin Delee Jones[54] 18 Kupang
 Ireland Sudawan Kumdee[15] 26 Dublín
 Italy Mirea Sorrentino[55] 22 Pompeya
 Japan Adeline Minatoya[56] 26 Nagano
 Latvia Jekaterīna Aleksejeva[57] 24 Riga
 Lebanon Stephanie Karam[58] 26 Ciudad de México
 Macau Loi Chi Ian[59] 27 Macau
 Malaysia Mel Dequanne Abar[60] 20 Kota Kinabalu
 Mauritius Shanone Savatheama[10] 21 Port Louis
 Mexico María Malo[61] 22 Huixquilucan
 Myanmar Hmwe Thet Lwin[62] 25 Myeik
   Nepal Nisha Pathak[63] 22 Katmandú
 Nicaragua Vanessa Baldizón[64] 22 León
 Nigeria Favour Ocheche[65] 20 Oturkpo
 Netherlands Margaretha de Jong[23] 22 Jistrum
 Panama Carmen Drayton[66] 23 Colón
 Paraguay Milena Rodríguez[45][67] 20 Encarnación
 Peru Camila Escribens[2] 21 Long Beach
 Philippines Samantha Ashley Lo[5][68] 26 Ciudad de Cebu
 Poland Patrycja Woźniak[27] 20 Łódź
 Portugal Laura Gameiro[69] 23 Paris
 Puerto Rico Hazel Ortíz[70] 22 Morovis
 Réunion Laëtitia Hoareau-Boyer[71] 25 Terre Sainte
 Romania Ramona Vatamanu[72] 27 București
 Russia Kamilla Khusainova[24] 21 Kazan
 South Africa BelindéSchreuder[73] 23 Centurion
 Spain Ainara de Santamaría[74] 23 Argoños
 Sweden Clara Wahlqvist[75] 20 Tormestorp
 Thailand Arayha Suparurk[45][76] 25 Nakhon Phanom
 Ukraine Viktoriya Myronova[77] 24 Odesa
 United States Emily Delgado[45][78] 24 Las Vegas
 Venezuela Valentina Figuera[79] 19 Puerto La Cruz
 Vietnam Nguyễn Hà Kiều Loan[4] 19 Quảng Nam

Retreats

Substitutions

  •  Ireland: Hollie Hersey, a former Miss Grand Ireland 2019, resigned her right to participate in international competitions after a fallout about a body shaming issue with Manuel Munares, director of the Miss Grand International franchise in Ireland.[14] The new representative was Sudawan Kumdee, a Thai-born Irish from Dublin.[15]

Designations

  •  Canada: Brianna Plouffe was appointed to represent the country in Miss Grand International after the organization Miss World Canada took over the franchise.[1]
  •  Costa Rica: Brenda Castro was appointed by Gerson Jiménez, the new national director of Miss Grand Costa Rica, Castro was Miss Costa Rica 2015.[17]
  •  Haiti: Josée Isabelle Riché was appointed as Miss Grand Haiti 2019 after obtaining the position of first runner-up in Miss Haiti Caraibes 2019.[52]
  •  Mauritius: Shanone Savatheama was appointed as Miss Grand Mauritius 2019 by Ahmad Abbas Mamode, the new owner of the Mauritius franchise for Miss Grand International.[10]

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