Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Miss Univese Winner Photo 1961 to 1970

1961 Miss Universe Marlene Schmidt
[Germany]

1962 Miss Universe Norma Nolan
[Argentina]

1963 Miss Univese Idea Maria Vargas
[Brazil]

1964 Miss Univese Corinna Tsopei
[Greece]

1965 Miss Universe Apasra Hongsakula
[Thailand]


1966 Miss Univese Margareta Arvidsson
[Sweden]


1967 Miss Universe Sylvia Hitchcock
[USA]


1968 Miss Universe Martha Vasconcellos
[Brazil]

1969 Miss Universe Gloria Diaz,
[Philippines]

1970 Miss Universe Marisol Malaret
[Puerto Rico]

Miss Universe Winner Photo 1952 to1960

1952 Miss universe Armi Kuusela
[Finland]

1953 Miss Universe Christiane Martel
[France]

1954 Miss Universe Miriam Stevenson
[USA]

1955 Miss Universe Hillevi Rombin,
[Sweden]

1956 Miss Universe Carol Morris
[USA]

1957 Miss Universe Gladys Zender
[Peru]

1958 Miss Universe Luz Marina Zuluaga
[Columbia]

1959 Miss Universe Akiko Kojima
[Japan]

1960 Miss Univesr Linda Bement
[USA]

1974 Miss World Anneline Kriel

Anneline Kriel who was the winner of Miss World 1974 beauty contest, not only famed as a South African model but a good actress. When she won the crown of Miss World 1974, she was only 19 years old, representing South Africa and second woman who won the title from her country. The Miss World 1974 beauty contest was held in London, United Kingdom.

It was the 24th Miss World Pageant contest that held on 22nd November at Royal Albert Hall, London, England. First Helen Elizabeth Morgan who representing United Kingdom was became the second welsh and also forth United Kingdom lady to win. But suddenly she resigned after four days as she had a child and then Anneline Kriel became the Miss World 1974.

Anneline Kriel played a main role and starred as a actress in the worldwide hit film “Kill and Kill Again” that debuted at the 2nd, at US Box Office.

Anneline Kriel got married with Sol Kerzner-very famous entertainment and casino king (Sun City fame) then with Peter Bacon and also married with the late Phillip Tucker.

Watch Anneline Kriel in the latest photoshoot, Enjoy downloading picture posters and wallpapers of Anneline Kriel here.


1974 Miss World Anneline Kriel Photo

Anneline Kriel Miss World Picture

Miss World Top 5 Winner Photo

Anneline Kriel Crowing Moment Image

Win the Contest of Miss World 1974 Wallpaper

Beauty full Photo of Anneline Kriel

Anneline Kriel From South Africa Image

Winner of Miss World Anneline Kriel

Miss World 1974 Anneline Kriel Wallpaper

Miss World 1974 Group Photo



1974 Miss World Anneline Kriel From South Africa




1974 Contestants List



Africa South - Evelyn Peggy Williams

Argentina - Sara Barberi

Aruba - Esther Angeli Luisa Marugg

Australia - Gail Margaret Petith

Austria - Eveline Engleder

Bahamas - Monique Betty Cooper

Barbados - Linda Yvonne Field

Belgium - Anne-Marie Sophie Sikorski

Bermuda - Joyce Ann de Rosa

Botswana - Rosemary Moleti

Brazil - Mariza Sommer

Canada - Sandra Margaret Emily Campbell

Colombia - Luz Maria Osorio Fernández

Costa Rica - Rose Marie Leprade Coto

Denmark - Jane Moller

Dominican Republic - Giselle Scanlon Grullón

Ecuador - Silvia Aurora Jurado Estrada

Finland - Merja Talvikki Ekman

France - Edna Tepava

Germany - Sabrina Erlmeier

Gibraltar - Patricia Orfila

Greece - Evgenia (Nia) Dafni

Guam - Rosemary Pablo Laguna

Guernsey - Gina Elizabeth Ann Atkinson

Holland - Gerarda (Gemma) Sophia Balm

Honduras - Leslie Suez Ramirez

Hong Kong - Judy Denise Anita Dirkin

India - Kiran Dholakia

Ireland - Julie Ann Farnham

Israel - Lea Klain

Italy - Zaira Zoccheddu

Jamaica - Andrea Lyon

Japan - Chikako Shima

Jersey - Christine Marjorie Sangan

Korea - Shim Kyoung-sook

Lebanon - Gisèle Hachem

Madagascar - Raobelina Harisoa

Malaysia - Shirley Tan

Malta - Mary Louis Elull

Mexico - Guadalupe del Carmen Elorriaga Valdéz

New Zealand - Sue Nicholson

Nicaragua - Francis (Fanny) Duarte de León Tapia

Norway - Torill Mariann Larsen

Philippines - Agnes Benisano Rustia

Puerto Rico - Loyda Eunice Valle Blas Machado

Singapore - Valerie Oh Choon Lian

South Africa - Anneline Kriel

Spain - Natividad Rodríguez Fuentes

Sri Lanka - Vinodini Roshanara Jayskera

Sweden - Jill Lindqvist

Switzerland - Astrid Maria Angst

Thailand - Orn-Jir Chaisatra

Tunisia - Zohra Kehlifi

United Kingdom - Helen Elizabeth Morgan

United States - Terry Ann Browning

Venezuela - Alicia Rivas Serrano

Yugoslavia - Jadranka Banjac

Zambia - Christine Munkombwe

1973 Miss World Marjorie Wallace

Marjorie Wallace became the title holder of Miss World 1973 by winning the crown for beauty pageant representing USA. From her country, she was the first woman who won the crown of Miss World pageant.

As Marjorie won the title of Miss Indiana World competition was held in Clarksville, Indiana. After winning this title, she decided to ramp on Miss World contest. Her determination and willpower made her win the title of Miss World by beating 53 participants. In March 1974, the crown for Miss World was taken away back from her.

Wallace was born on 23 January, 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was a famous model of United States but later on time she changed her field and turned way and became television presenter also including a stint as an early co-host of Entertainment Tonight.

Watch Marjorie Wallace in the latest photoshoot, Enjoy downloading picture posters and wallpapers of Marjorie Wallace here.


1973 Miss World Marjorie Wallace Photo

Winner of Miss World Marjorie Wallace Image

Win the Contest of Miss World 1973 Wallpapr

Beauty Full Photo of Marjorie Wallace

Miss World Marjorie Wallace From USA

Marjorie Wallace With Flowers Photo

Miss World Marjorie Wallace Image

Miss World 1973 Top 5 Winner Picture

Miss World 1973 Group Photo



1973 Miss World Marjorie Wallace From USA



1973 Contestants List



Africa South - Ellen Peters

Argentina - Beatriz Callejón

Aruba - Edwina Diaz

Australia - Virginia Radinas

Austria - Roswitha Kobald

Bahamas - Deborah Louise Isaacs

Belgium - Christine Devisch

Bermuda - Judy Joy Richards

Botswana - Priscilla Molefe

Brazil - Florence Gambogi Alvarenga

Canada - Deborah Anne Ducharme

Colombia - Elsa María Springtube Ramírez

Cyprus - Demetra Heraklidou

Dominican Republic - Clariza Duarte Garrido

Finland - Seija Mäkinen

France - Isabelle Nadia Krumacker

Gibraltar - Josephine Rodríguez

Greece - Katerina Papadimitriou

Guam - Shirley Ann Brennan

Holland - Anna Maria Groot

Honduras - Belinda Handal

Hong Kong - Judy Yung Chu-Dic

Iceland - Nina Breidfjord

Ireland - Yvonne Costelloe

Israel - Chaja Katzir

Italy - Marva Bartolucci

Jamaica - Patricia Teresa Yuen Leung

Japan - Keiko Matsunaga

South Korea Korea - An Soon-young

Lebanon - Sylva Ohannessian

Luxembourg - Giselle Anita Nicole Azzeri

Malaysia - Narimah Mohd Yusoff

Malta - Carmen Farrugia

Mauritius - Daisy Ombrasine

Mexico - Roxana Villares Moreno

New Zealand - Pamela King

Norway - Wenche Steen

Peru - Mary Nuñez

Philippines - Evangeline Luis Pascual

Portugal - Maria Helene Pereira Martins

Puerto Rico - Milagros García

Seychelles - June Gouthier

Singapore - Debra Josephine de Souza

South Africa - Shelley Latham

Spain - Mariona Russell

Sri Lanka - Shiranthi Wickremesinghe

Sweden - Mercy Nilsson

Switzerland - Magda Lepori

Thailand - Pornpit Sakornujiara

Turkey - Beyhan Kiral

United Kingdom - Veronica Ann Cross

United States - Marjorie Wallace

Venezuela - Edicta de los Angeles Garcia Oporto

Yugoslavia - Atina Golubova

1972 Miss World Belinda Green

Belinda Roma Green, representing Australia, she was the most beauty became the title holder 1972 Miss World contest that was held in London, United Kingdom. She was only 20 years old when she won the title. After Penelope Plummer-Miss World 1968, she was the second woman who crowned of Miss World by wining the pageant contest from her country.

Belinda Green was born in 1952 and grew up in Sydney. Her victory came in same year means Australia get the success by winning three titles of pageant like win the title of Miss Universe (by Kerry Anne Wells), the crown of Miss Asia Pacific ( by Janet Coutts ) and more over positioned at first runner-up in the Miss International.

Belinda Green was married with John Singleton who was advertising entrepreneur. After their marriage they blessed with two cute daughters but she stayed with him for more than a few years until 1987.

Watch Belinda Green in the latest photoshoot, Enjoy downloading picture posters and wallpapers of Belinda Green here.


1972 Miss World Belinda Green Photo

Winner of Miss World 1972 Picture

Win the Contest of 1972 Belinda Green Image

1972 Belinda Green Miss World Wallpaper


Beauty Full Miss World Belinda Green Picture


Belinda Green & Bob Photo


Miss World Winner Top 5 Photo


1972 Miss World Belinda Green From Australia


Miss World 1972 Group Photo



1972 Miss World Belinda Green From Australia




1972 Contestants List


Africa South - Cynthia Shange

Argentina - Olga Edith Cognini Ferrer

Aruba - Sandra Werleman

Australia - Belinda Roma Green

Austria - Ursula (Uschi) Pacher

Bahamas - Heather (Hedda) Cleare

Belgium - Anne-Marie Roger

Bermuda - Helen Brown

Botswana - Agnes Motswere Letsebe

Brazil - Ângela Maria Favi

Canada - Bonny Brady

Costa Rica - María Victoria (Vicki) Ross González

Dominican Republic - Teresa Evangelina Medrano

Ecuador - Patricia Falconí

Finland - Tuula Anneli Björkling

France - Claudine Cassereau

Germany - Heidemarie Renate Weber

Gibraltar - Rosemarie Vivian Catania

Greece - Helen Lykissa

Guam - Maria Louise (Marylou) Pangelinan

Holland - Monique Borgeld

Honduras - Doris van Tuyl

Hong Kong - Gay Mei-Lin

Iceland - Rosa Helgadóttir

India - Malathi Basappa

Republic of Ireland Ireland - Pauline Therese Fitzsimons

Israel - Hanna Urdan

Italy - Laura Romano

Jamaica - Gail Geraldeen Phillips

Japan - Akiko Kajitani

Liberia - Cecelia Armena King

Malaysia - Janet Mok Swee Chin

Malta - Jane Attard

Mauritius - Marie Ange Bestel

Mexico - Gloria Gutiérrez López

New Zealand - Kristine Dayle Allan

Norway - Ingeborg Marie Sorensen

Paraguay - Rosa Angelica Mussi

Philippines - Evangeline Rosales Reyes

Portugal - Anita Marques

Puerto Rico - Ana Nisi Goyco

Seychelles - Jane Edna Straevens

Singapore - Rosalind Lee Eng Neo

South Africa - Stephanie Elizabeth Reinecke

Spain - Maria del Carmen Muñoz Castañón

Sweden - Rita Rudolfsson Berntsson

Switzerland - Astrid Vollenweider

Thailand - Jintana Jitsophon

Turkey - Feyzal Kibarer

United Kingdom - Jennifer Mary McAdam

United States - Lynda Jean Córdoba Carter

Venezuela - Amalia Heller Gómez

Yugoslavia - Biljana Ristic

Monday, August 23, 2010

Miss India Asia Pacific List

1968 - Anabella Crawford

1970 - Zeenat Aman - Miss Asia Pacific 1970

1971 - Urmila Sanandan

1972 - Samita Mukherjee - Earlier competed in Miss
International 1971.

1973 - Tara Anna Fonseca - Miss Asia Pacific 1973

1974 - Marilyn Theresa Ferreira

1975 - Seema Marwaha

1976 - Anna Adriane Bredemeyer - 2nd Runner -up

1977 - Marianne De Souza - 1st Runner up

1978 - Preeti Koppikar

1979 - Maureen Mary Lestourgeon - 1st Runner -up

1980 - Upneet Pannu

1981 - Mehjabeen Ayub Khan

1982 - Aparna Sharma

1983 - Monica Lakshmana

1985 - Seema Malhotra

1986 - Ana Vasan

1987 - Jasleem Kaur

1988 - Viola Antony

1989 - Anuradha Ramani

1992 - Mehroo Jal Mistry

1993 - Namrata Shirodkar - 1st Runner up

1994 - Shweta Menon

1995 - Ruchi Malhotra - 1st Runner -up

1996 - Mini Menon

1997 - Divya Chauhan - 1st Runner-up

1998 - Vikkitha Aggarwal

1999 - Shivangi Parikkh

2000 - Dia Mirza - Miss Asia Pacific 2000

2001 - Maheshwari

2002 - Tina Chatwal

2003 - Shonal Rawat

2005 - Simran Chandok

Miss India Universe List

1952 - Indrani Rehman, Tamil Nadu - India's debut at the Miss Universe

1964 - Meher Castelino Mistri, Maharashtra

1965 - Persis Khambatta, Maharashtra

1966 - Yasmin Daji, Maharashtra - 3th Runner-up

1968 - Anjum Mumtaz Barg, Maharashtra

1969 - Kavita Bhambhani, Maharashtra

1970 - Veena Sajnani, Maharashtra

1971 - Raj Gill, Maharashtra

1972 - Roopa Satyan - Semifinalist

1973 - Farzana Habib, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1974 - Shailini Bhavnath Dholakia, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1975 - Meenakshi Kurpad, Mumbai

1976 - Naina Sudhir Balsavar, Uttar Pradesh

1977 - Bineeta Bose, Maharashtra

1978 - Alamjeet Kaur Chauhan, Chandigarh - Best National Costume Award.

1979 - Swaroop Sampat, Maharashtra

1980 - Sangeeta Bijlani, Maharashtra - Best National Costume Award.

1981 - Rachita Kumar, Maharashtra

1982 - Pamela Chaudry Singh, New Delhi

1983 - Rekha Hande, Maharashtra

1984 - Juhi Chawla, Punjab - Best National Costume Award.

1985 - Sonu Walia, New Delhi

1986 - Mehr Jessia, Maharashtra

1987 - Priyadarshini Pradhan, Maharashtra - Best National
Costume Award.

1989 - Dolly Minhas, Chandigarh

1989 - Dolly Minhas, Chandigarh

1990 - Suzanne Sablok, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1991 - Christabelle Howie, Tamil Nadu

1992 - Madhu Sapre, Maharashtra - 2th Runner-up

1993 - Namrata Shirodkar, Maharashtra - Top 6 finalist

1994 - Sushmita Sen, Delhi - Miss Universe 1994

1995 - Manpreet Brar, Delhi - 1th Runner-up

1996 - Sandhya Chib, Karnataka - Top 10 finalist

1997 - Nafisa Joseph, Karnataka - Top 10 finalist

1998 - Lymaraina D'Souza, Maharashtra - Top 10 finalist

1999 - Gul Panag, Punjab - Top 10 finalist

2000 - Lara Dutta, Karnataka - Miss Universe 2000

2001 - Celina Jaitley, West Bengal - 4th Runner-up

2002 - Neha Dhupia, Delhi - Top 10 finalist

2003 - Nikita Anand, Delhi

2004 - Tanushree Dutta, Jharkhand - Top 10 finalist

2005 - Amrita Thapar, Maharashtra

2006 - Neha Kapur, Delhi - Top 20 finalist

2007 - Puja Gupta, Delhi - Top 10 finalist

2008 - Simran Kaur Mundi, Maharashtra

2009 - Ekta Chowdhary, Haryana

2010 - Ushoshi Sengupta, Kolkata - ........

Miss India International List

1960 - Iona Pinto, Maharashtra - 1st Runner -up

1961 - Diana Valentine, New Delhi

1962 - Sheila Chonkar, Maharashtra

1968 - Sumita Sen, West Bengal - semifinalist

1969 - Wendy Leslie Vaz, Maharashtra

1970 - Patricia D'Souza, New Delhi - semifinalist

1971 - Samita Mukherjee, West Bengal

1972 - Indira Muthanna, Karnataka

1974 - Leslie Jean Hartnett, New Delhi

1975 - Indira Maria Bredemeyer, Maharashtra - 2st Runner -up

1976 - Nafisa Ali, Maharashtra - 2st Runner -up

1978 - Sabita Dhanrajgir, Punjab

1979 - Nita Pinto, Maharashtra

1980 - Ulrika Karen Bredemeyer, Maharashtra

1981 - Shashikala Seshadri, Chandigarh

1982 - Betty O'Connor, Maharashta

1983 - Sahila Vimal Chadha, Maharashtra

1984 - Nalanda Ravindra Bhandar, West Bengal - semifinalist

1985 - Vinita Seshadri Vasan, New Delhi

1986 - Poonam Pahlet Gidwant, Maharashtra

1987 - Erika Maria de Souza, Maharashtra - semifinalist

1988 - Shikha Swaroop, Maharashtra

1991 - Preeti Mankotia, Karnataka - semifinalist

1992 - Kamal Sandhu, New Delhi

1993 - Pooja Batra, Maharashtra - semifinalist

1994 - Fransesca Hart, Maharashtra

1995 - Priya Gill, Maharashtra

1996 - Fleur Xavier, Maharashtra

1997 - Diya Abraham, Maharashtra - 1st Runner -up

1998 - Shwetha Jaishanker - 2st Runner -up

1999 - Srikrupa Murali, Kerala

2000 - Gayatri Joshi, Maharashtra - semifinalist

2001 - Kanwal Toor, Maharashtra - semifinalist

2002 - Gauhar Khan, Maharashtra

2003 - Shonali Nagrani, Maharashtra - 1st Runner -up

2004 - Mihika Verma, Maharashtra - semifinalist

2005 - Vaishali Desai, Maharashtra

2006 - Sonali Sehgal, Maharashtra - semifinalist

2007 - Esha Gupta, Maharashtra

2008 - Radha Brahmbhatt, Gujarat

2009 - Harshita Saxena, Goa

2010 - Neha Hinge, Madhya Pradesh

Miss India Earth List

2001 - Shamita Singha, Maharashtra - Top 16 Semifinalist

2002 - Reshmi Ghosh, West Bengal

2003 - Shweta Vijay, Kerala

2004 - Jyoti Brahmin, Maharashtra - Top 16 Semifinalist

2005 - Niharika Singh, Uttaranchal

2006 - Amruta Patki, Maharashtra - Miss Earth Air

2007 - Pooja Chitgopekar, New Zealand - Miss Earth Air

2008 - Tanvi Vyas, Gujarat

2009 - Shriya Kishore, Maharashtra - Top 16 Semifinalist

2010 - Nicole Faria, Karnataka - Miss Earth

Miss India World List

1959 - Fleur Ezekiel, Maharashtra - India's debut in Miss World

1960 - Iona Pinto - Maharashtra

1961 - Veronica Leonora, Maharasht

1962 - Ferial Karim, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1966 - Reita Faria, Maharashtra - Miss World 1966

1968 - Jane Coelho, New Delhi

1969 - Adina Shellim, Maharashtra

1970 - Heather Corinne Faville, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1971 - Prema Narayan, Andra Pradesh

1972 - Malathi Basappa, Karnataka - 4th Runner-up

1974 - Kiran Dholakia, Maharashtra

1975 - Anjana Sood, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1976 - Naina Balsavar - Withdrew

1977 - Veena Prakash - Withdrew in protest against the presence of a white Miss South Africa

1978 - Kalpana Iyer, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

1979 - Raina Winifred Mendonica, Maharashtra

1980 - Elizabeth Anita Reddi, Andhra Pradesh - Semifinalist

1981 - Deepti Divakar, Andhra Pradesh

1982 - Uttara Mhatre Kher, Maharashtra

1983 - Sweety Grewal, Maharashtra

1984 - Suchita Kumar, Maharashtra

1985 - Sharon Mary Clarke, Maharashtra

1986 - Maureen Mary Lestourgeon, Maharashtra

1987 - Manisha Kohli, Maharashtra

1988 - Anuradha Kottur, Maharashtra

1989–1990 - Naveeda Mehdi, Maharashtra

1991 - Ritu Singh, New Delhi - Semifinalist

1992 - Shyla Lopez, Karnataka

1993 - Karminder Kaur-Virk, Chandigarh

1994 - Aishwarya Rai, Karnataka - Miss World 1994

1995 - Preeti Mankotia, Karnataka

1996 - Rani Jeyraj, Karnataka - Finalist

1997 - Diana Hayden, Andhra Pradesh - Miss World 1997

1998 - Annie Thomas, Uttar Pradesh

1999 - Yukta Mookhey, Maharashtra - Miss World 1999

2000 - Priyanka Chopra, Uttar Pradesh - Miss World 2000

2001 - Sara Corner, Karnataka -

2002 - Shruti Sharma, Uttar Pradesh - Semifinalist

2003 - Ami Vashi, Gujarat - 3rd Runner-up

2004 - Sayali Bhagat, Maharashtra

2005 - Sindhura Gadde, Andra Pradesh - Semifinalist

2006 - Natasha Suri, Maharashtra - Semifinalist

2007 - Sarah Jane Dias, Maharashtra

2008 - Parvathy Omanakuttan, Kerala - 1st Runner-Up. Continental Queen of Beauty Asia Pacific

2009 - Pooja Chopra, Maharashtra - Semifinalist Beauty with a Purpose winner

2010 - Manasvi Mamgai, New Delhi - .............

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Miss World Winner Photo 2001 To 2010



2001 Miss World Agbani Darego
[Nigeria]


2002 Miss World Azra Akin
[Turkey]


2003 Miss World Rosanna Davidson
[Ireland]


2004 Miss World Maria Julia Mantilla Garcia
[Peru]


2005 Miss World Unnur Birna Vilhjalmsdottir
[Iceland]

2006 Miss World Tatána Kucharová
[Czech Republic]


2007 Miss World Zhang Zilin
[China]


2008 Miss World Ksenia Sukhinova
[Russia]


2009 Miss World Kaiane Aldorino
[Gibraltar]



2010 Miss World Alexandria Mills
[United States]


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