Miss Singapore Universe

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Miss Universe Singapore Organization (MUSO)
Miss Singapore Universe 2007 Logo.jpg
Logo of Miss Singapore Universe 2007
MottoConfidently Beautiful
Formation1948
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersSingapore
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Official language
English
President
Nuraliza Osman

Miss Universe Singapore (previously called Miss Singapore) is a national beauty pageant in Singapore and organised by Miss Universe Singapore Organisation to select the country's representative to the Miss Universe pageant.

History[edit]

Singapore has been sending representatives to Miss Universe contest as early as 1954; the title of the first Miss Singapore ever was won by the actress Siti Mariam Ismail or officially known as Mariani Ismail in 1951. The city-state republic has been represented at Miss Universe every year since 1966; the country had its first semi finalist when Kathie Lee Lee Beng secured the 8th position, the highest ever placement Singapore attained when the pageant was held in St. Louis in 1983. In 1987 when Singapore played host to the Miss Universe pageant, home favourite Marion Nicole Teo came in at the 9th place.

Between 2001 and 2007, the contest was telecast 'live' by the local television station Mediacorp's Channel 5. Miss Universe Singapore Organisation holds the license to oversee and produce the Miss Universe Singapore pageant (2015). Prior to 2015, the contest was organised by Derrol Stepenny Promotions.

Purpose[edit]

The delegates who become part of the Miss Universe Singapore Organization display those characteristics in their everyday lives, both as individuals, who compete with hope of advancing their careers, personal and humanitarian goals, and as women who seek to improve the lives of others.

Titleholders[edit]

Year Miss Universe Singapore 1st Runner-up 2nd Runner-up
2019 TBD TBD TBD
2018 Zahra Khanum Tiong Jia En Jaslyn Tan
2017 Manuela Bruntraeger Rudihra Ramathas Emilbiany Nenggal Intong
2016 Cheryl Chou[1] Tanisha Khan Sonya Branson
2015 Lisa Marie White[2]
2014 Rathi Menon
2013 Shi Lim Cheryl Desiree Chan Cordelia Low
2012 Lynn Tan Nowreen Khan Louissa Thomas
2011 Valerie Lim Amanda Leong Shn Juay
2010 Tania Lim Kim Suan Annabel Tan Raine Ng
2009 Rachel Janice Kum Iman-April Wang Cheryl Gabrielle Wee

Singapore representatives at Miss Universe[edit]

  •      : Declared as Winner
  •      : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
  •      : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
  •      : Ended as special awards winner
The winner of Miss Singapore represents her country at the Miss Universe. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.
Year Ethnicity Represented Miss Universe Singapore Placement at Miss Universe Special Awards Notes
2019 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
2018 Malays Pakistani Zahra Khanum Unplaced
2017 Eurasians Manuela Bruntraeger Unplaced
2016 Chinese Shanghainese Cheryl Chou Unplaced Nuraliza Osman Directorship
2015 Malays Eurasians Lisa Marie White Unplaced Ines Ligron Directorship
2014 Indian Rathi Menon Unplaced
2013 Chinese Shi Lim Unplaced
2012 Chinese Lynn Tan Unplaced
2011 Chinese Valerie Lim Unplaced Miss Earth 2009 (Top 16)
2010 Chinese Tania Lim Kim Suan Unplaced
Miss Singapore Universe
2009 Chinese Rachel Janice Kum Unplaced Errol Pang (Derrol Stepenny Promotions) Directorship
2008 Chinese Shenise Wong Yan Yi Unplaced
2007 Chinese Jessica Tan Yue Chang Unplaced
2006 Chinese Carol Cheong Yim Foon Unplaced
2005 Chinese Cheryl Tay Unplaced
2004 Chinese Sandy Chua Khang Ein Unplaced Charles Oon (Group CEO), Mr. Chang Long Jong (CEO of Mediacorp Studios), Mr Ernest Wong (Group CEO of Mediacorp) and Mr. Vincent Foo (GM of Silkplus (S) Pte Ltd) Directorship
2003 Chinese Bernice Wong Chea Mei Unplaced
2002 Malays Eurasians Indonesians Nuraliza Osman Unplaced
2001 Chinese Jaime Teo Unplaced
2000 Eurasian Eunice Elizabeth Olsen Unplaced Daryl Pang (Derrol Stepenny Promotions) Directorship
1999 Chinese, Eurasia Cheryl Marie Cordeiro Unplaced
1998 Chinese Alice Lim Poh Choo Unplaced
1997 Chinese Tricia Tan Siew Siew Unplaced
1996 Chinese Angeline Putt Unplaced
1995 Malays Tun Neesa Abdullah Unplaced
1994 Chinese Hong Kong Paulyn Sun Unplaced
1993 Indian Rena Ramiah Devi Unplaced Metromedia Promotions Pte Ltd. Directorship — Best Model of the Asia & Pacific 1994, Miss Tourism International 1994 (Sri-Lanka Editon) (4th Runner-up), Miss Tourism International (Turkey Edition)
Miss Singapore
1992 Chinese Cori Teo Unplaced
1991 Chinese, Hong Kong Eileen Yeow Yin Yin Unplaced
1990 Chinese Ong Lay Ling Unplaced
1989 Chinese Pauline Chong Unplaced
1988 Chinese Audrey Ann Tay Unplaced
1987 Chinese Marion Nicole Teo Top 10
1986 Malays Chinese Farah Lange Unplaced
1985 Chinese Lyana Chiok Unplaced
1984 Chinese Violet Lee Hui-Min Unplaced
1983 Chinese Kathie Lee Lee Beng Top 12
1982 Eurasians Telma Judicia Mary Nonis Unplaced
1981 Chinese Florence Tan Unplaced
1980 Chinese Ann Chua Ai Choo Unplaced
1979 Chinese Elaine Tan Kim Lian Unplaced
1978 Chinese Annie Lee Mei Ling Unplaced
1977 Chinese Marilyn Sim Choon May Unplaced
1976 Chinese Linda Tham Unplaced
1975 Chinese Sally Tan Unplaced
1974 Chinese Angela Teo Bee Luang Unplaced
1973 Eurasians Debra Josephine de Souza Unplaced Miss Asia Pacific 1974 (4th Runner-up)
1972 Chinese Jacqueline Han Ghim Hong Unplaced
1971 Chinese Jenny Ser Wang Wong Unplaced
1970 Malays Chinese Cecilia Undasan Unplaced Dr Robert C K Loh (International Y'sMen Club Beta Chapter) Directorship
1969 Chinese Mavis Young Siew Kim Unplaced
1968 Malays Yasmin Saif Unplaced
1967 Chinese Bridget Ong Mei-Lee Unplaced
1966 Chinese Margaret van Meel Unplaced
1965 Chinese Alice Woon Yoke Kwee Unplaced
1964 Chinese Vera Wee Unplaced
1963 Did not compete
1962 Chinese Nancy Liew Did not compete
1961 Chinese Julie Koh Unplaced Crowned in 1961 as Miss Singapore 1961 and competed at Miss Universe 1962
1960 Eurasians Christl d'Cruz Did not compete Miss International 1965 (Top 15)
1959 Chinese Xin Jia Po Xiao Jie[3] Did not compete
1958 Eurasians Marion Willis Unplaced Shaw Brothers Directorship
Did not compete between 1955—1957
1954 Chinese Marjorie Wee Unplaced
1953 Malay Latifah Omar[4] Did not compete
1952 Did not compete
1951 Malays Siti Mariam binti Ismail Did not compete
1950 Chinese Pamela Such Did not compete Miss Singapore — Singapore Press Holdings
1949 No contest
1948 Chinese Ho Lye Yin Did not compete Miss Singapore — The Singapore Amateur Weightlifting Association Club in Geylang Lorong 14

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lasalle student Cheryl Chou crowned Miss Universe Singapore". straitstimes. 16 October 2016. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ "Lisa Marie White is Miss Universe Singapore 2015". www.pageantsnews.com. Archived from the original on 20 September 2015. Retrieved 19 September 2015. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  3. ^ "Miss Singapore 1959". books.google.co.id. 5 July 2019. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  4. ^ "Miss Singapore 1953". books.google.co.id. 5 July 2019. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)

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