Miss Universe 2020

Miss Universe 2020
Andrea Meza visiting National Museum of Indonesia (cropped).jpg
DateMay 16, 2021
EntertainmentLuis Fonsi
VenueSeminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood, Florida, U.S.
WinnerAndrea Meza
Best National CostumeThuzar Wint Lwin
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Miss Universe 2020, the 69th Miss Universe pageant, was held on May 16, 2021 at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, United States. Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa crowned her successor Andrea Meza of Mexico at the end of the event.

Contestants from 74 countries and territories competed. The competition was hosted by Mario Lopez and Olivia Culpo; Lopez last served as host during Miss Universe 2007, while Culpo was crowned Miss Universe 2012. Paulina Vega and Demi-Leigh Tebow will serve as expert analysts, and Cheslie Kryst served as a backstage correspondent; they had previously been crowned as Miss Universe 2014, Miss Universe 2017, and Miss USA 2019, respectively. Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi performed.


Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, the host venue of the Miss Universe 2020 competition

Location and date

On March 3, 2021, the Miss Universe Organization announced that the competition would be held on May 16, 2021, at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, United States.[1] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the competition was postponed from late 2020 to May 2021. This was the third time in the history of the competition in which the event was held after the calendar year has ended; this previously occurred during Miss Universe 2014 and Miss Universe 2016, when both were held in January of the following year.[2][3] The 2020 edition being held in May of the following year makes it the latest edition in the competition's history.[4][5]

Hosts and performer

On April 20, 2021, it was confirmed that Mario Lopez and Olivia Culpo would serve as hosts of the live final. Culpo was crowned Miss Universe 2012, while Lopez last served as host during Miss Universe 2007. This marks the first time since Miss Universe 2015 that Steve Harvey will not host the competition.[6] Paulina Vega and Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters served as expert analysts, and Cheslie Kryst served as a backstage correspondent; they had previously been crowned as Miss Universe 2014, Miss Universe 2017, and Miss USA 2019, respectively.[7]

On May 7, American rapper and singer Pitbull was announced as the competition's guest performer.[8] Seven days later, Pitbull dropped out and was replaced by Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi.[9]

Selection of participants

Contestants from 74 countries and territories were selected to compete in the pageant. Seven contestants had been crowned prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, due to the pandemic, numerous national pageants were postponed or canceled entirely, resulting in multiple former runners-up from previous national pageants being appointed for the 2020 edition, or casting processes being held instead. Twenty-eight of these delegates were appointed to their national titles, including: Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Cayman Islands, Curaçao, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, Kazakhstan, Korea, Laos, Mauritius, Panama, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Slovak Republic and Ukraine

Three contestants were designated after the withdrawal of the original contestant; Céline Van Ouytsel, who had been crowned Miss Belgium 2020, was expected to represent Belgium, but opted not to compete due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States and her wish to not compete internationally at that time. She was replaced by Dhenia Covens, who was the second runner-up of Miss Belgium 2018.[10] Amandine Petit, who had been crowned Miss France 2021, was designated to represent France, replacing Clémence Botino, who had been crowned Miss France 2020. The switch was made due to a potential date conflict between Miss Universe 2021 and Miss France 2022 in December 2021. Petit was originally set to represent France at the 2021 edition, but as she is expected to be present at Miss France 2022, she was moved instead to the 2020 edition while Botino was moved to the 2021 edition.[11] Magdalena Kasiborska, who had been crowned Miss Polski 2019, was expected to represent Poland at the competition, but was forced to withdraw after suffering from a spinal disc herniation. She was replaced by Natalia Piguła, who was her first runner-up at Miss Polski 2019.[12]

The 2020 edition saw the debut of Cameroon, and the returns of Ghana and Russia, which had both not competed since 2018. Bangladesh was originally set to compete with Tangia Zaman Methila, but withdrew from the competition less than a month prior due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh and the imposition of additional lockdowns and travel restrictions.[13] In addition to Bangladesh, the 2020 edition saw the withdrawals of eighteen other countries and territories, largely due to the pandemic, including Angola, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Georgia, Germany, Guam, Kenya, Lithuania, Mongolia, Namibia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Saint Lucia, Sierra Leone, Sweden, Tanzania, Turkey, and the US Virgin Islands. Of the withdrawing countries and territories, Germany's withdrawal marks the first time it did not compete in the competition since its debut during the inaugural Miss Universe 1952.[14]


Miss Universe 2020 participating countries and territories.
Final results[15][16] Contestant
Miss Universe 2020
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 10
Top 21

§ – Voted into the Top 21 by online fans

Order of announcements

Special awards

Special award Contestant
Best National Costume
Spirit of Carnival Award
Social Impact Award



Two days prior to the final competition on May 16, 2021, the 74 delegates each competed in the preliminary competition, featuring contestants competing in swimsuit and evening gown, preceded by a closed-door interview. The results of the preliminary competition and closed-door interview then determined the 21 semifinalists, increased from 20 the previous year. Internet voting returned for the second consecutive year, with fans being able to vote one delegate into the semifinals. Unlike the past two years, continental groupings were done away with, with the semifinalists being selected at-large. The top 21 then competed in swimsuit, eliminating the opening statement round which had been held for the past two years, and were then narrowed down to a top ten. The top ten competed in evening gown, and a final five was later chosen. The final five competed in final question and closing statement; for final question, each delegate was asked a specific question from a randomly-selected judge, while for closing statement, each delegate randomly selected a politicized topic and were asked to speak freely about their selected topic. Following the conclusion of these speaking rounds, the winner was announced.[20]

Selection committee


74 delegates competed for the title of Miss Universe 2020:[23]

Country/Territory Delegate Age[a] Hometown
Albania Albania Paula Mehmetukaj[24] 23 Tirana
Argentina Argentina Alina Luz Akselrad[25] 22 Córdoba
Armenia Armenia Monika Grigoryan[26] 21 Yerevan
Aruba Aruba Helen Hernandez[27] 20 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Maria Thattil[28] 28 Melbourne
The Bahamas Bahamas Shauntae Miller[29] 28 Long Island
Barbados Barbados Hillary-Ann Williams[30] 25 Christ Church
Belgium Belgium Dhenia Covens[10] 27 Antwerp
Belize Belize Iris Salguero[31] 24 San Pedro
Bolivia Bolivia Lenka Nemer[32] 24 La Paz
Brazil Brazil Julia Gama[33] 27 Porto Alegre
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Shabree Frett[34] 24 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Radinela Chusheva[35] 25 Sofia
Cambodia Cambodia Sarita Reth[36] 26 Phnom Penh
Cameroon Cameroon Kossinda Angele[37] 28 Douala
Canada Canada Nova Stevens[38] 26 Vancouver
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Mariah Tibbetts[39] 27 Bodden Town
Chile Chile Daniela Nicolás[40] 28 Copiapó
China China Jiaxin Sun[41] 23 Beijing
Colombia Colombia Laura Olascuaga[42] 25 Cartagena
Costa Rica Costa Rica Ivonne Cerdas[43] 28 San José
Croatia Croatia Mirna Naiia Marić[44] 22 Zadar
Curaçao Curaçao Chantal Wiertz [45] 22 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Klára Vavrušková[46] 21 Kostelec nad Orlicí
Denmark Denmark Amanda Petri[47] 23 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Kimberly Jiménez[48] 24 La Romana
Ecuador Ecuador Leyla Espinoza[49] 25 Quevedo
El Salvador El Salvador Vanessa Velásquez[50] 25 San Salvador
Finland Finland Viivi Altonen[51] 24 Tampere
France France Amandine Petit[11] 23 Caen
Ghana Ghana Chelsea Tayui[52] 25 Keta
United Kingdom Great Britain Jeanette Akua[53] 29 London
Haiti Haiti Eden Berandoive[54] 24 Aquin
Honduras Honduras Cecilia Rossell[55] 25 Copan Ruinas
Iceland Iceland Elísabet Hulda Snorradóttir[56] 22 Reykjavík
India India Adline Castelino[57] 22 Udupi
Indonesia Indonesia Ayu Maulida[58] 23 Surabaya
Republic of Ireland Ireland Nadia Sayers[59] 26 Belfast
Israel Israel Tehila Levi[60] 19 Yavne
Italy Italy Viviana Vizzini[61] 27 Caltanissetta
Jamaica Jamaica Miqueal-Symone Williams[62] 24 Mona
Japan Japan Aisha Harumi Tochigi[63] 25 Chiba
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Kamila Serikbai[64] 18 Kyzylorda
Kosovo Kosovo Blerta Veseli[65] 23 Gjilan
Laos Laos Christina Lasasimma[66] 27 Vientiane
Malaysia Malaysia Francisca Luhong James[67] 25 Kuching
Malta Malta Anthea Zammit[68] 26 Żebbuġ
Mauritius Mauritius Vandana Jeetah[69] 29 Flacq
Mexico Mexico Andrea Meza[70] 26 Chihuahua City
Myanmar Myanmar Thuzar Wint Lwin[71] 22 Hakha
Nepal Nepal Anshika Sharma[72] 24 Jhapa
Netherlands Netherlands Denise Speelman[73] 24 Groningen
Nicaragua Nicaragua Ana Marcelo[74] 24 Estelí
Norway Norway Sunniva Frigstad[75] 21 Vennesla
Panama Panama Carmen Jaramillo[76] 26 La Chorrera
Paraguay Paraguay Vanessa Castro[77] 28 Asunción
Peru Peru Janick Maceta[78] 27 Lima
Philippines Philippines Rabiya Mateo[79] 24 Iloilo City
Poland Poland Natalia Piguła[12] 27 Łódź
Portugal Portugal Cristiana Silva[80] 19 Porto
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Estefanía Soto[81] 29 San Sebastian
Romania Romania Bianca Tirsin[82] 22 Arad
Russia Russia Alina Sanko[83] 22 Azov
Singapore Singapore Bernadette Ong[84] 26 Bukit Timah
Slovakia Slovakia Natália Hoštáková[85] 26 Bratislava
South Africa South Africa Natasha Joubert[86] 23 Centurion
South Korea South Korea Hari Park[87] 21 Incheon
Spain Spain Andrea Martínez[88] 27 Leon
Thailand Thailand Amanda Obdam[89] 27 Phuket
Ukraine Ukraine Yelyzaveta Yastremska[90] 28 Kyiv
Uruguay Uruguay Lola de los Santos[91] 23 Paysandú
United States United States Asya Branch[92] 23 Booneville
Venezuela Venezuela Mariángel Villasmil[93] 25 Ciudad Ojeda
Vietnam Vietnam Nguyễn Trần Khánh Vân[94] 26 Ho Chi Minh City


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