Miss Universe 1971

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Miss Universe 1971
Date 24 July 1971
Presenters Bob Barker, June Lockhart
Venue Miami Beach Auditorium, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Broadcaster CBS
Entrants 60
Placements 12
Withdrawals
Returns
Winner Georgina Rizk
 Lebanon
Congeniality Magnolia Martinez
 Peru
Best National Costume Maria Luisa Lopez Corzo
 Mexico
Photogenic Vida Valentina Doria
 Philippines
← 1970
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Miss Universe 1971, the 20th Miss Universe pageant, was held on 24 July 1971 at the Miami Beach Auditorium in Miami Beach, Florida, United States. Georgina Rizk of Lebanon was crowned by Marisol Malaret of Puerto Rico.

Results

Miss Universe 1971 competing nations and territories and the results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 1971
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
  •  Brazil - Eliane Guimarães
Semi-finalists

Special awards

Awards Contestant
Miss Congeniality
  •  Peru - Magnolia Martínez
Miss Photogenic
Best National Costume
  •  Mexico - María Luisa López Corzo

Order of announcements

Top 12

  1. England
  2. Lebanon
  3. France
  4. Puerto Rico
  5. Spain
  6. Virgin Islands
  7. Finland
  8. Brazil
  9. Israel
  10. Japan
  11. U.S.A.
  12. Australia

Top 5

  1. Australia
  2. Finland
  3. Lebanon
  4. Brazil
  5. Puerto Rico

Judges

Contestants

Notes

Crossovers

Miss World
Reinado Internacional del Café
  • 1972:  Ecuador - Ximena Moreno Ochoa (1st runner-up)
  • 1972:  Venezuela - Jeannette Amelia Coromoto Donzella Sánchez (2nd runner-up)
Miss Europe
  • 1970:  Germany - Vera Kirst
  • 1971:  Turkey - Filiz Vural (winner)
  • 1971:  France - Myriam Stocco (3rd runner-up)
  • 1971:  Holland - Laura Mulder-Snid (4th runner-up)
  • 1971:  Finland - Pirjo Aino Irene Laitila (semi-finalist)
  • 1971:  Spain - Josefina Román Gutiérrez (Miss Amity)
  • 1971:  Belgium - Martine Yasmine De Hert
  • 1971:  Norway - Ruby Reitan
  • 1971:   Switzerland - Anita Andrini
Miss Scandinavia
  • 1972:  Sweden - Vivian Oihanen (1st runner-up, Miss Press)
  • 1972:  Finland - Pirjo Aino Irene Laitila (4th runner-up)
  • 1972:  Norway - Ruby Reitan
Un Volto Per Il Cinema

External links

  • Judges
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