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Miss Universe 2003

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Miss Universe 2003
Date3 June 2003
Presenters
Entertainment
VenueFigali Convention Center, Panama City, Panama
Broadcaster
  • International :NBC
  • Official:TVN
Entrants71
Placements15
DebutsSerbia and Montenegro
Withdrawals
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Chile
  • Ghana
  • Honduras
  • Kenya
  • Northern Mariana Islands
  • Portugal
  • United States Virgin Islands
  • Uruguay
Returns
  • Argentina
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • New Zealand
  • Chinese Taipei
WinnerAmelia Vega
Dominican Republic
CongenialityKai Davis, Antigua and Barbuda
Best National CostumeAmelia Vega, Dominican Republic
PhotogenicCarla Tricoli, Puerto Rico
← 2002
2004 →

Miss Universe 2003 was the 52nd Miss Universe pageant, held at the Figali Convention Center in Panama City, Panama on 3 June 2003.[1]

The winner, Amelia Vega of the Dominican Republic was crowned by Justine Pasek of Panama as Miss Universe 2003. It was the country's first victory in the pageant's history.[2]

Contestants from seventy-one countries and territories competed in this year's pageant. The competition was hosted by Billy Bush and Daisy Fuentes. Musical quartet Bond and Puerto Rican singer-composer Chayanne performed in this year's pageant. This was also the first edition of Miss Universe to be aired on NBC.

Background

Location and date

At the end of the Miss Universe 2002 pageant, hosts Phil Simms and Daisy Fuentes announced that the next years pageant would be held in Panama City, Panama. It is the second time that Panama hosted the pageant; the first being Miss Universe 1986.

Due to the ongoing SARS outbreak at the time, Juan Carlos Navarro, the mayor of Panama City, required the candidates to show medical certification that they were virus free.[3]

Selection of participants

Contestants from seventy-one countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant. Five delegates were appointees to their position to replace the original dethroned winner.

Replacements

The winner of Miss Czech Republic 2002, Kateřina Průšová was replaced by Kateřina Smržová due to her poor English skills.[4][5] Miss Egypt 2003, Horreya Farghally gave up her title following rumors of her secret marriage by the press. Farghally was replaced by Nour El-Semary.[6] The winner of Eesti Miss Estonia 2003, Maili Nomm was replaced by Katrin Susi as she was underage.[7][8] The winner of Miss Poland 2002, Marta Matyjasik decided not to participate at the pageant for academic reasons. Matyjasik was replaced by Iwona Makuch.[9]

Miss Russia 2002, Svetlana Koroleva won Miss Europe 2002 in Lebanon, making her ineligible to participate in the competition.[10] The Miss Russia organization then held a pageant called Miss Russia Universe 2003 which was won by Julia Kova. Kova was also unable to compete due to her being underage. The Miss Russia organization then chose Maria Smirnova, a 22-year-old model from Nizhny Novgorod, as their candidate, but she was rejected her for her nude pictures in Playboy Russia.[11][12] Finally the Miss Universe organization announced that it would accept Oksana Bondarenko, runner-up of Miss Russia 2002.

Debuts and withdrawals

The 2003 edition saw the debut of Serbia and Montenegro, and the returns of Argentina, Barbados, Belize, New Zealand, and Chinese Taipei. Barbados last competed in Miss Universe 1999, Belize in Miss Universe 2000, while the others last competed in Miss Universe 2001. The British Virgin Islands, Chile, Ghana, Honduras, Kenya, the Northern Mariana Islands, Portugal, the United States Virgin Islands, and Uruguay withdrew. Bethsaida Smith of the British Virgin Islands and Kimberly Castro of the Northern Mariana Islands withdrew due to lack of sponsorship. Chile, Ghana, Honduras, Kenya, Portugal, the United States Virgin Islands, and Uruguay withdrew after their respective organizations failed to hold a national competition or appoint a delegate.[13]

Miss Iceland 2002, Manuela Ósk Harðardóttir withdrew, when dehydration caused by the weather prevented her from competing in the preliminary competition.[14][15] Donna Tuara of the Cook Islands and Joyce Ramarofahatra of Madagascar did not compete due to lack of sponsorship. Tiziana Mifsud of Malta did not compete after the Miss Malta pageant lost its Miss Universe franchise.[16] Mounia Achlaf of Algeria[17] and Melanie Putria Dewita Sari of Indonesia withdrew for undisclosed reasons.

Participation of Venezuela at Miss Universe

One 9 May 2003, the Miss Venezuela Organization announced that Mariángel Ruiz, Miss Venezuela 2002, would not be competing for the first time since Miss Universe 1959.[18] This was due to the strict foreign exchange controls imposed by then-Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to prevent capital flight. According to Osmel Sousa, president of the Miss Venezuela Organization, USD $80,000 was needed for the franchise fee to send Ruiz to the pageant. Venezuelan businessman Gustavo Cisneros, was able to fund Ruiz to Panama.[19] This is after Mireya Moscoso, then-President of Panama, urged Cisneros to ensure that a Venezuelan candidate will compete at Miss Universe.[20]

Results

Placements

Placement Contestant
Miss Universe 2003
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10
Top 15

Special awards

Award Contestant
Miss Photogenic
Miss Congeniality
Best National Costume

Pageant

Format

The number of semi-finalists at this contest was increased from ten to fifteen. Previously there were fifteen semi-finalists at Miss Universe 1971. The preliminary competition began with fifteen contestants, and consisted of swimsuit and evening gown competitions and closed-door interviews. After the evening gown competition these were reduced to ten. Then the swimsuit competition reduced them to five. The five finalists then competed in the question and answer round and the final look.[22]

Selection committee

Final telecast

Contestants

Miss Universe 2003 participating countries and territories

Seventy-one contestants competed for the title.[23]

Country/Territory Contestant Age[a] Hometown
Albania Albania Denisa Kola[23] 20 Peshkopi
Angola Angola Ana Sebastião[24] 19 Luanda
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Kai Davis[25] 23 St. John's
Argentina Argentina Laura Romero[26] 22 La Plata
Aruba Aruba Malayka Rasmijn[23] 26 Paradera
Australia Australia Ashlea Talbot[27] 19 Sydney
The Bahamas Bahamas Nadia Johnson[23] 21 Eleuthera
Barbados Barbados Nadia Forte[23] 20 Bridgetown
Belgium Belgium Julie Taton[28] 19 Jambes
Belize Belize Becky Bernard[23] 21 Belize City
Bolivia Bolivia Irene Aguilera[29] 24 Santa Cruz
Brazil Brazil Gislaine Ferreira[30] 19 Belo Horizonte
Bulgaria Bulgaria Elena Tihomirova[31] 22 Panagyurishte
Canada Canada Leanne Marie Cecile[32] 26 Tecumseh
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Nichelle Welcome[23] 23 Bodden Town
China China Wu Wei[33] 23 Fuzhou
Colombia Colombia Diana Mantilla[34] 21 Bucaramanga
Costa Rica Costa Rica Andrea Ovares[35] 22 San José
Croatia Croatia Ivana Delic[23] 23 Rijeka
Curaçao Curaçao Vanessa van Arendonk[23] 22 Willemstad
Cyprus Cyprus Ivi Lazarou[23] 20 Limassol
Czech Republic Czech Republic Kateřina Smržová[36] 22 Prague
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Amelia Vega[37] 18 Santiago
Ecuador Ecuador Andrea Jácome[38] 23 Guayaquil
Egypt Egypt Nour El-Semary[6] 22 Cairo
El Salvador El Salvador Diana Valdivieso[39] 20 Ahuachapán
Estonia Estonia Katrin Susi[8] 23 Tallinn
Finland Finland Anna Strömberg[40] 20 Kristinestad
France France Emmanuelle Chossat[41] 23 Paris
Germany Germany Alexsandra Vodjanikova[42] 19 Munich
Greece Greece Marietta Chrousala[43] 20 Athens
Guatemala Guatemala Florecita Cobián[44] 19 Antigua
Guyana Guyana Leanna Damond[45] 25 New Amsterdam
Hungary Hungary Viktoria Tomozi[23] 20 Budapest
India India Nikita Anand[46] 19 New Delhi
Republic of Ireland Ireland Lesley Flood[47] 21 Limerick
Israel Israel Sivan Klein[48] 19 Jerusalem
Italy Italy Silvia Ceccon[49] 20 Vicenza
Jamaica Jamaica Michelle Lecky[50] 25 Kingston
Japan Japan Miyako Miyazaki[51] 25 Kumamoto
Malaysia Malaysia Elaine Daly[52] 26 Kuala Lumpur
Mauritius Mauritius Marie-Aimée Bergicourt[53] 24 Terre Rouge
Mexico Mexico Marisol González[54] 20 Torreón
Namibia Namibia Ndapewa Alfons[55] 24 Windhoek
Netherlands Netherlands Tessa Brix 22 Oud-Beijerland
New Zealand New Zealand Sharee Adams[56] 23 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua Claudia Salmerón[57] 25 Tipitapa
Nigeria Nigeria Ohumotu Bissong[58] 19 Yala
Norway Norway Hanne-Karine Sørby[59] 24 Oslo
Panama Panama Stefanie de Roux[60] 20 Panama City
Peru Peru Claudia Ortiz de Zevallos[61] 21 Arequipa
Philippines Philippines Carla Gay Balingit[62] 19 Angeles City
Poland Poland Iwona Makuch[9] 21 Kielce
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Carla Tricoli[63] 21 Vieques
Russia Russia Olesya Bondarenko[64] 24 Khabarovsk
Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro[b] Sanja Papić[65] 19 Novi Sad
Singapore Singapore Bernice Wong[66] 25 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Petra Mokrošová[67] 20 Michalovce
Slovenia Slovenia Polona Baš[68] 21 Maribor
South Africa South Africa Cindy Nell[69] 21 Johannesburg
South Korea South Korea Keum Na-na[70] 19 Daegu
Spain Spain Eva González[71] 22 Seville
Sweden Sweden Helena Stenbäck[72] 23 Piteå
Switzerland Switzerland Nadine Vinzens[73] 19 Chur
Taiwan Chinese Taipei[c] Szu-Yu Chen[74] 25 Taipei
Thailand Thailand Yaowalak Traisurat[75] 19 Nakhon Si Thammarat
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Faye Alibocus[76] 23 San Fernando
Turkey Turkey Özge Ulusoy[77] 20 Istanbul
Ukraine Ukraine Lilja Kopytova[23] 18 Dnipro
United States United States Susie Castillo[78] 23 Lawrence
Venezuela Venezuela Mariángel Ruiz[79] 23 Maracay

Notes

  1. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant
  2. ^ Yugoslavia changed its name to Serbia & Montenegro.
  3. ^ Due to China's obstruction, Taiwan was forced to change her sash label to Chinese Taipei. However, pageant organizers allowed Szu-Yu Chen to use the Taiwan sash while off of the stage, but the Chinese Taipei sash during the public activities.

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