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April 28, 2012

Miss World 2013 in Bali - Jakarta, Indonesia

Ivian Sarcos – Miss World 2011 – Visits Goveror to Discuss Bali’s Hosting of 2013 of the Miss World Pageant.

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Bali - Jakarta, INDONESIA Host for the 63rd. Miss World 2013 
September 2013 
 Miss World 2011, the 61st edition of the Miss World pageant took place at the Earls Court Two on November 6, 2011 in London. As part of the events, the contestants also traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland between October 23 and October 27.Alexandria Mills of the United States crowned her successor Ivian Sarcos of Venezuela at the end of the event. Although over 120 delegates were expected to compete, problems regarding the timely acquisition of visas prevented several candidates from participating, thus reducing the final number to 113.
the 63rd. Miss world 2013 , Bali Jakarta Joint hosts

The recent visit to Bali by Miss World 2011, Ivian Sarcos, permitted the 22-year-old Venezuelan beauty the chance to tour the island and pay a courtesy call on Bali’s governor Made Mangku Pastika.

The Host country for Miss World 2013 is Indonesia
We are very pleased to announce that Miss World 2013 will take place in Indonesia, with Bali and Jakarta chosen as joint hosts. It will be the first time for Indonesia to hold  a Miss world event  and preparations are already underway to make it a hugely entertaining and exciting contest in 2013.

Miss World 2013 Bali Jakarta Joint hosts  

During her visit with Bali’s chief executive, Sarcos told governor Pastika of the desire of the Miss World organizer’s desire to hold the 2013 Miss World competition in Bali.

Joining the meeting was Julia Morley, co-chair of the Miss World Organization, who explained to the governor that Bali was chosen because of its success in hosting many international events.

The event will take place in Bali in September of 2013 and use a number of locations around the island as settings for the competition, which is televised internationally.

Following the meeting, governor Pastika said 2013 was shaping up to become a busy year of events in Bali. Pastika pointed to the provincial elections, the Bali Arts Festival, a Development Exhibitions, the APEC Summit and, now, the Miss World 2013 competition.

The governor while meeting with the reigning Miss World asked that in holding the event in Bali “local wisdom” and “local values” be respected. Pastika hope equal emphasis would be placed on intelligence and not just physical beauty.

Miss Sarcos, speaking in Spanish through an interpreter, told the press in Bali that she was most impressed with Indonesian cuisine.

Miss Indonesia 2012 Ines Putri Tjiptadi Chandra(22) of Bali
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 Miss Indonesia 2012 result :
Winner, Inesh Putri Tjiptadi Tjandra of Bali, will compete in Miss World 2012.
1st Runner Up, Ovi Dian Aryani Putri of Jawa Timur
2nd Runner Up, Jennifer Sumia of DKI Jakarta
Announcement : Miss World 2013 and 2015 will be held in Indonesia

Miss World 2013 in Bali - Jakarta, Indonesia

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali Welcomes Miss World 2011 and Miss Indonesia 2011.

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali warmly welcomed  Miss World 2011, Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. She was accompanied by Miss Indonesia 2011, Astrid Ellena who was crowned last year in Jakarta and will soon delegate her duties to the next Miss Indonesia 2012 whom will be crowned at the Grand Final of Miss Indonesia 2012.
The delegation also included CEO of Media Nusantara Citra, Mr. Hary Tanoesoedibjo, Founding Member of  Miss Indonesia, Liliana Tanoesoedibjo, as well as Miss World Chairman and CEO Mrs Julia Morley. They were greeted by the Resort’s Managing Director, Mr. Bipan Kapur, and senior management. “The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali has now been home to the Miss World and Miss Indonesia visit for three years in a row and it has always been a pleasure to welcome them back to the resort” commented Mr. Kapur.
This third visit by the Miss World Organization is to showcase Bali as a potential destination and being ready to host the Miss World pageant in the coming year. The group genuinely enjoyed the trip and was impressed by the hospitality and the creativity of services from the people, the rich culture and the beauty of the island. The tour itinerary included visits to the Bali Governor’s Office, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park in Uluwatu and other local areas in Nusa Dua.
“I fell in love with Bali since the first time I stepped out of the plane. The warmth of the sun and the hospitality of all people here is just beautiful. The resort is relaxing and I feel warmly welcomed here” commented Ms. Ivian Lunasol.
“We do hope the entire group will fly back to Jakarta feeling better than when they arrived and have had a great experience with the destination. Bali and The Westin Resort Nusa Dua look forward to welcoming them again in the future.” said Bipan Kapur, Managing Director of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali.

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The Host country for Miss World 2013 is Indonesia
We are very pleased to announce that Miss World 2013 will take place in Indonesia in September 2013 , with Bali and Jakarta chosen as joint hosts. It will be the first time that a Miss World event has been held in Indonesia and preparations are already underway to make it a hugely entertaining and exciting contest in 2013.

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The year was 1951. The competition was the first Miss World pageant, introduced as part of the Festival of Britain celebrations, and it was the audience it attracted who guaranteed its success.
Thanks to founder Eric Morley’s PR expertise, the first Miss World pageant welcomed a global audience greater than international events like the World Cup and the Olympic Games. The BBC televised Miss World from 1959 to 1979 and Thames Television picked up the contract from 1980 to 1988. At its peak, the show claimed an audience of 27.5 million in Britain alone a figure comparable to that of a royal wedding Fifty years on from the first pageant, Miss World still pulls in the crowds and can boast an annual audience of over a billion.
The press went to town - the world’s most beautiful women, 26 in all, gathered together in one place and happy to smile at the battery of photographers.
The 1950s
The first Miss World, Sweden's Kiki Haakonson, was the first and last winner to be actually crowned in a two-piece swimsuit.
During the first decade of the pageant’s success, the outfits of contestants continued to raise eyebrows and grab headlines. In 1959, Loretta Powell of the United States arrived at the House of Commons in London clad in a Stetson, ruffled shirt and cowboy trousers. She may have got away with wearing what at the time was considered a tad outrageous, but she didn’t get away with her ‘guns’. The two stern-faced coppers in charge demanded she hand over her ‘firearms’ - even copies are not allowed in the British Parliament.
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The 1960s
In 1966, India enjoyed its first success and Reita Feria proved to be a popular winner. As articulate and charming as she was beautiful, she went on to qualify as a doctor, highly respected for her brains and expertise rather than her looks. The decade finished with Sweden's Eva Ruber Staier winning the title. Later making her name in movies, Eva had a sweet tooth and when asked how she would spend her prize money, told the waiting press that: 'I'll buy lots of chocolate.'
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The 1970s
The first Miss World contest of the decade, hosted by the legendary Bob Hope, was marred by feminist protesters. The quick-witted comedian simply shook his head in wonderment and remarked, "Anyone who would try and break up an affair as wonderful as this has got to be some kind of dope."
In that 1970 Miss World, two black women - Jennifer Hosten of Grenada and Pearl Jansen of Africa South - claimed first and second place, something that had never happened before at a major international pageant.
Despite feminist protests, Miss World was achieving monumental television audiences throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In the UK, Miss World 1970 was the single most-watched show of the entire year.
Wilnelia Merced (Miss Puerto Rico) won the 1975 competition. Wilnelia enjoyed a successful reign. She went on to marry one of Britain's best loved entertainers Sir Bruce Forsyth.
By 1979 the show was topping 500 million viewers world-wide. Gina Swainson won the day, as the little island of Bermuda celebrated her victory by declaring a national holiday.
The 1980s
In 1980, major changes in the Miss World judging process were implemented. For the first time personality and intelligence came into the evaluation and, of equal importance was that vital statistics were no longer deemed vital.
In 1983, the last UK winner of Miss World, Sarah-Jane Hutt, from Poole in Dorset, took the title at The Royal Albert Hall. Three years later, Halle Berry, then Miss USA, stunned the judges and audiences when she wore a bikini featuring stars and ropes of beads during a parade of national costumes. At the time she was quoted as saying that she wanted "to catch the eye from the start." Halle failed to win the contest, but as an Oscar-winning Hollywood star with a string of smash hits under her belt, she almost certainly has recovered from the disappointment. The decade finished with the first-ever Polish winner Aneta Kreglicka.
The 1990s
The one and only time that Miss World was held in the United States was in 1991 and it was there, in Atlanta, Georgia, that Ninibeth Leal won her crown, before becoming one of Venezuela's most successful models.
The years 1992 to 1995 marked a particularly successful period for the Miss World contest as the finals moved to Sun City, South Africa and viewer figures increased from 1.2 billion to 1.8 billion. The contestants were welcomed by none other than President Nelson Mandela and over one million people turned out to see them in Johannesburg.
In 1994 Aishwarya Rai became the second Indian winner after a 28 year gap, her win marking the start of a golden age for Indian contestants who took the crown in four out of the next seven years while Aishwarya went on to become Bollywood's biggest female star.
The show's first visit to the Indian continent came in 1996 when over 40,000 people turned out to watch the show at Bangalore's cricket stadium. Irene Skliva won the title of the first-ever Greek Miss World.
In 1999, the show came to London's Olympia. A few protesters turned up to throw flour bombs, but it merely prompted the late Eric Morley to quip, "It's just like the good old days. Who would have thought it would go on for half a century?" Who indeed?
The start of a new century
Miss World reached its half-century in the year 2000 and the contest returned to London, to the Millennium Dome, for the 50th anniversary show. A massive television audience of 2.3 billion witnessed India retain the Miss World crown and in the UK alone more than 8 million people tuned in during the two-hour broadcast on Channel 5.
Miss World 2001, Agbani Darego was the first black African winner and the following year Miss World was staged in her homeland, in Abuja, Nigeria.
The 2007 contest took place in the Crown of Beauty Theatre, Sanya, in the People's Republic of China. The 106 contestants recorded the official torch relay anthem Light the Passion, Share the Dream for the 2008 Olympics Games as a major cooperation between the Beijing Olympic Committee and Miss World Ltd. The song had its first broadcast to a global audience at the 57th Miss World final on December 1 2007, when model Zhang Zilin became Miss World. Zhang was born in 1984, more than thirty years after the start of the Miss World pageant.
With Julia Morley as Chairman, Miss world continues to break records. With franchises in over 120 countries and fundraising topping £150 million, who knows what the rest of this century will bring for Britain's most successful ever international television show.

Miss Universe

Who would have thought that in 1952, a local "bathing beauty" competition spearheaded by Catalina Swimwear in Long Beach, CA would transform into an international annual tradition with countless young women around the world vying to become a part of Miss Universe history? As millions of fans have watched around the globe, the contest has evolved into a powerful, year-round,  international organization that advances and supports opportunities for these young women.

These women are savvy, goal-oriented and aware. The delegates who become part of the Miss Universe 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.

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