Miss Universe - 2013. PRELIMINARY SHOW

5 November 2013 Tue , 8 PM
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The 2013 MISS UNIVERSE® Pageant

The MISS UNIVERSE Pageant is one of the most high-profile projects of Aras Agalarov and Emin Agalarov (Crocus Group) over the past few years. The MISS UNIVERSE Pageant will take place in Russia for the very first time in the 62 year history of the contest on the stage of Crocus City Hall - the only multifunctional arena in Russia, conformed to the world standards. The Show is divided into two stages: November 5th – Preliminary Show, November 9th - Final. "This will be one of the biggest and most beautiful Miss Universe events ever," said Donald Trump. "It is only fitting that the world's most iconic and premier beauty contest will take place in Russia's most premier venue, Crocus City Hall," he added. 

The Top 15 will be chosen by a separate panel of judges who will view 86 contestants, at the Preliminary Show  five days before the coronation of Miss Universe 2013. The results will be announced during the live show on November 9th. Russia will be represented by Elmira Abdrazakova, Miss Universe Russia 2013.

All contestants will start arriving in Moscow three weeks in advance before the Final show. Promotional week will take place from October 25th in the capital where ladies will appear at different events every day. The National Costume Show will take place at "VEGAS" mall. Miss Universe 2012  Olivia Culpo will open Moscow Fashion Week on October 26th. Promenades on Red Square and Moscow parks, visiting Bolshoi Theatre, sport events are to be included as well. A National Gift Auction will also take place when the contestants  present their special gifts to the auction, from their home countries.

The MISS UNIVERSE Pageant has been held annually since 1952. Oxana Fedorova became the first and the only winner from Russia in 2002. Olivia Culpo is the reigning Miss Universe.

Official website: www.missuniverse.com

 

Preliminary Judges:

ALICIA QUARLES

It’s easy to see why celebrities connect with Alicia Quarles, the New York based correspondent for E! News. She has a knack for making stars like Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp comfortable, yet is able to pull newsworthy and revealing tidbits that are more than entertainment fluff.Quarles has garnered respect, admiration and genuine affection from her peers, top publicists, managers and other key players in the industry. She has won her reputation with her sterling work, her gregarious nature and her determination to be the best, and to put out the best work. 

CORINNE NICOLAS

Corinne Nicolas is a native New Yorker and veteran of the modeling industry with over 20 years’ experience. In 1999, she was one in a core group of model managers selected to join Trump Models, the brainstorm and vision of owner, Donald Trump. In 2006, Mr. Trump named Corinne, President of the agency. With its roster of top models, Trump Models has achieved status recognition with the top magazines, designers, photographers and clients from around the world and has prevailed in acquiring some of the most coveted cosmetic and fashion contracts in the industry.

DAVID PEROZZI

David Perozzi is an award-winning journalist with 20 years of media experience. He has reported breaking news, social issues, celebrities, health care stories and politics. David built his stellar career as a TV Journalist at ABC News and NBC News.David is four-time Emmy nominated producer and senior producer for his continuous coverage of 911, an organ donor story, a story about a fraudulent church minister and for Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show.His celebrity reporting includes exclusive interviews with Madonna, Amy Grant, The Dixie Chicks, Cher, Carly Simon, Tony Bennett, Celine Dion. R. Kelly and Russell Crowe, to name a few. 


ELENA SEMIKINA

Elena Semikina is a Canadian actress and producer of Russian descent. She was selected to represent Canada at Miss Universe 2010 shortly after she moved to her new country.Semikina also covered the 2012 Miss Universe Canada competition for an upcoming documentary where Jenna Talackova made international headlines when she became the first transgender woman to compete in any MISS UNIVERSE pageant. 
 

GABRIEL RIVERA-BARRAZA

At the helm of GRB Communications is Gabriel Rivera-Barraza. As the founder and president, Gabriel has an extensive background in marketing and public relations. Prior to breaking out on his own, Gabriel was the vice president and director of public relations for CFDA/Vogue fashion fund nominee 2010 fashion designer, Christian Cota. He was responsible for the company's international marketing objectives, global brand positioning, strategic partnerships and advertising initiatives. 

IRINA AGALAROVA

For more than two decades, Irina Agalarova has divided her time between her native Moscow and her home in the United States. A business woman in both Moscow and New York, she finds the challenge of both cities stimulating and exciting.Having graduated college with degrees as an English teacher and in phycology, she now dedicates much of her time to her own businesses as well as her family.With a strong fashion sense and love of style and beauty, Irina Agalarova was a natural choice to be one of this year’s preliminary judges. A fan of the Miss Universe contest for many years, she is proud and excited to be part of the first pageant ever to be held in Russia. 


JOSE SARIEGO

Jose Sariego is the Senior Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs, Telemundo Media. He is based in Miami and reports to the CEO of Telemundo Media.In this role, Sariego serves as main counsel and strategic business partner to the leadership team, managing all business, legal and music affairs, including the negotiation of unscripted and scripted programming development and production deals. His responsibilities include negotiating and executing program acquisitions, talent agreements, integration deals and content licensing agreements, as well as developing and supervising all programming deal structures and documentation.


The preliminary list of participating countries (86)

  

Duration: 2 hours

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For any enquiries, please contact:

Andrey Girsh 

Tel: +7-916-036-40-83

E-mail: miss@crocus-hall.com


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Vaumara Patricia Carrico Rebelo. Angola
Brenda González. Argentina
Stefanie Guillen Evangelista. Aruba
Olivia Wells. Australia
Doris Hofmann. Austria
Aysel Manafova. Azerbaijan
Lexi Wilson. Bahamas
Noémie Happart. Belgium
Alexia Viruez. Bolivia
Tsaone Kagiso Macheng. Botswana
Jakelyne Oliveira. Brazil
Sharie de Castro. British Virgin Islands
Veneta Krasteva. Bulgaria
Riza Santos. Canada
Maria Jesus Matthei. Chile
Ye Jin. China
Lucía Aldana. Colombia
Fabiana Granados. Costa Rica
Melita Fabečić. Croatia
Eline de Pool. Curacao
Gabriela Kratochvilova. Czech Republic
Cecilia Iftikhar. Denmark
Yaritza Reyes. Dominican Republic
Constanza Baez. Ecuador
Alba Marisela Delgado. El Salvador
Kristina Karjalainen. Estonia
Maheder Tigabe. Ethiopia
Lotta Henriikka Hintsa. Finland
Hinarani Marie de Longeaux. France
Jennifer Ondo. Gabon
Anne Julia Hagen. Germany
Hanniel Jamin. Ghana
Amy Willerton. Great Britain
Alixes Kara Polendey Scott. Guam
Paulette Samayoa. Guatemala
Anastasia Sidiropoulou. Greece
Katherina Roshana. Guyana
Mondiana Pierre. Haiti
Diana Schoutsen Mendoza. Honduras
Rebeka Karpati. Hungary
Manasi Moghe. India
Whulandary Herman. Indonesia
Yitayish Titi Ayenew. Israel
Luna Voce. Italy
Kerrie Simone Baylis. Jamaica
Yukimi Matsuo. Japan
Aigerim Kozhakanova. Kazakhstan
Yumi Kim. Korea
Karin El Ghraoui. Lebanon
Simona Burbaite. Lithuania
Carey Sue Mun Ng. Malaysia
Diya Beeltah. Mauritius
Cynthia Lizetthe Duque. Mexico
Moe Set Wine. Myanmar
Stephanie Rosel Tency. Netherlands
Holly Michelle Cassidy. New Zealand
Nastassja Isabella Bolivar. Nicaragua
Anna Banner. Nigeria
Mari Ekeløf. Norway
Carolina Brid. Panama
Guadalupe Gonzalez Talavera. Paraguay
Cindy Paola Meja Santa Maria. Peru
Ariella Arida. Philippines
Paulina Krupinska. Poland
Monic Marie Perez. Puerto Rico
Roxana Oana Andrei. Romania
Elmira Rafailovna Abdrazakova. Russia
Ana Vrcelj. Serbia
Shi Lim. Singapore
Jeanette Borhyova. Slovak Republic
Nina Đurđević. Slovenia
Marilyn Ramos. South Africa
Patricia Rodriguez. Spain
Amanda Marietta Ratnayake. Sri Lanka
Alexandra Sara Linnea Friberg. Sweden
Dominique Rinderknecht. Switzerland
Betty Omara. Tanzania
Chalita Yaemwannang. Thailand
Catherine Miller. Trinidad and Tobago
Kerrin Keklikler. Turkey
Snwazna Sanabria Adams. Turks & Caicos
Olga Storozhenko. Ukraine
Micaela Orsi Jorcin. Uruguay
Erin Brady. USA
Gabriela Isler. Venezuela
Truong Thi May. Vietnam