Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Miss World America 2015: Meet Miss Iowa World

Jenna Mills (25) was recently chosen to represent Iowa at Miss World America 2015. The winner will represent the United States at Miss World 2015.

Miss World America 2015: Meet Miss Alabama World

19 year old Bailey Perreira was recently crowned Miss Alabama World 2015. She will represent Alabama at Miss World America 2015. The winner will compete for the 2015 Miss World title.

Pretty. She kind of resembles the current Miss United States, Elizabeth Safrit.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Miss Russia 2015 is Miss Ekaterinaburg

Miss Ekaterinaburg, Sofiya Nikitchuk (21), was crowned Miss Russia 2015 last night. She will represent Russia at Miss World and Miss Universe 2015. The first runner-up was Miss Chita, Vladislava Evtushenko,  and the second runner-up was Miss Voronezh, Anastasiya Naydenova.
The winner is pretty but not spectacular.

Evana Manandhar wins Miss Nepal 2015

The new Miss Nepal is Evana Manandhar . She is 23 years old and stands 1.62m tall. will represent her country at Miss World 2015. The first runner-up and Miss Earth Nepal is Dibyata Vaidhya . She is 23 years old and stands 1.68m tall. Medha Koraila (20) was named the second runner-up and Miss International Nepal. She stands 1.65m tall.

Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 Crowned

Vanessa Tevi Kumares (24) defeated 15 other delegates to win the 2015 Miss Universe Malaysia title on Friday. She will represent her country at Miss Universe 2015. The first runner-up was Pauline Tan. Kelly Jagan was named the second runner-up while Sugeeta Chandran finished in fourth place.
Not this year Malaysia!

Thursday, April 16, 2015

If I were a judge: Miss Russia 2015

50 of Russia's most beautiful will compete for the Miss Russia 2015 title on April 18. The winner will represent Russia at Miss World and/or Miss Universe 2015. Who will be the next Russia? If I were a judge:

Miss Russia 2015: Miss Stavropol, Viktoria

1st runner-up: Miss Amur Oblast, Maria

2nd runner-up: Miss Kirov, Ksenia

3rd runner-up: Miss Tyumen, Daria

4th runner-up: Miss Ekaterinaburg, Sofia

TOP 10

6th place: Miss Moscow, Olga

7th place: Miss Yaroslavl, Elena

8th place: Miss Saratov, Christina

9th place: Miss Simferopol, Anzhelika

10th place: Miss Gorno Ataisk, Maria

TOP 15

11th place: Miss Novorossiysk, Tatyana

12th place: Miss Kaliningrad Oblast, Evgenia

13th place: Miss Voronezh, Anastasia

14th place: Miss Tartarstan Republic, Viktoria

15th place: Miss Kaliningrad, Ivetta

TOP 20

16th place: Miss Stary Oskol, Anastasia

17th place: Miss Volgodonsk, Valeria

18th place: Miss Saratov Oblast, Margarita

19th place: Miss Tomsk, Viktoria

20th place: Miss Sochi, Oksana

Miss Sakha Republic - Yakutia, Lidia

Miss USA 2015: Pageant Returns to Louisiana


Louisiana’s Vibrant Capital Was Also Home to Successful 2014 Pageant
NEW YORK — April 14, 2015 — NBC, Donald J. Trump and Paula M. Shugart, president of the Miss Universe Organization, announced today that the 2015 Miss USA Pageant will air live from the Baton Rouge River Center in Baton Rouge, La., Sunday, July 12 (8-11 p.m. ET) on NBC.
The 2015 Miss USA Pageant will feature contestants from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Contestants will be judged in three categories: swimsuit, evening gown and interview, with one contestant ultimately being crowned Miss USA 2015.
“The 2014 Miss USA Pageant delivered an unprecedented amount of national and international exposure for Baton Rouge, taking its reputation for tourism and business opportunities beyond the local level,” says Trump. “This year’s pageant will be no different. Continuing our partnership guarantees another sold-out show that will provide Louisiana’s capital with another three hours of primetime television coverage.”
The Miss Universe Organization will return to the Baton Rouge to produce the 2015 Miss USA Pageant after the tremendous success last summer. The 2014 Miss USA telecast shared the best of Louisiana’s vibrant culture and featured its lively music scene, unique food and proud people. Last year’s pageant concluded with Nia Sanchez, Miss Nevada USA, being crowned Miss USA 2014.
“There is always a genuine feeling of true hospitality when visiting Baton Rouge,” says Shugart. “We have created an incredible partnership with the city and are honored to have the responsibility of sharing what their community has to offer through our worldwide telecasts,” adds Shugart. “Baton Rouge was recently named one of the Top 10 Happiest Cities in America by the National Bureau of Economic Research, which is no surprise to us. We truly cannot wait to go back.”
The Miss Universe Organization will bring on IMG as executive producers of this year’s Miss USA pageant. Recognized as a global leader in sports, fashion and media, the IMG team most recently produced the 63rd Annual Miss Universe Pageant in January. The Miss USA telecast now reaches approximately 70 countries and territories.