India wins Miss Supranational 2014 in a fabulous television production!
Miss India wins Miss Supranational 2014By GB | 05 December 2014
It was a night not to be forgotten: one of the most sensational pageant productions of all times culminated with the crowning of Miss India as Miss Supranational 2014. Asha Bhat, 22, won over 70 stunners from all around the globe with a perfect performance. It was her night, and the title is more than well-deserved. It’s India’s first Grand Slam title since 2000, when Pryianka Chopra won the Miss World crown. The event happened at Krynica Zdrój’s Ice Arena, in southern Poland.
2nd place went to Miss Thailand, Pla Disramdong, 3rd was Miss Gabon, Maggaly Nguema, 4th was Miss USA, Allyn Rose, and in 5th place was the hometown girl, Miss Poland, Kasia Krzeszowska.
Miss Supranational Europe was Miss Czech Republic, Jana Zapletalova, Miss Supranational Asia & Oceania was Miss Myanmar, Han Thi, Miss Supranational Africa was Miss Equatorial Guinea, Maria Begona Andeme, and Miss Miss Supranational Americas was Miss Puerto Rico, Barbara Marrero.
In addition to the above mentioned Top 5 finalists, completed the Top 10 the representatives of Czech Republic, Jana Zapletalova, Myanmar, Han Thi, Puerto Rico, Barbara Marrero, Colombia, Marlyn Mora, and Spain, Celia Garcia.
Top 20 quarter-finalists were Misses Argentina, Marisol Arrillaga, Australia, Yvonne Amores, Belarus, Kristina Martsinkevich, Canada, Gabriela Clesca, Chile, Charlotte Molina, Philippines, Yvethe Santiago, Romania, Elena Zama, Sweden, Ida Ovmar, Switzerland, Mylene Clavien, and Trinidad & Tobago, Tinnitia Griffith.
Special prizes’ winners were: Canada (Miss Congeniality), Denmark (Miss Photogenic), Sweden (Miss Bikini), Malaysia (Best Smile), England (Miss Elegance), Myanmar (Miss Internet), China (Top Model).
Behind the Scenes information
* Miss USA, Allyn Rose, had an ugly fall when she was called in the Top 10. She stood up, kept on walking, and was applauded by all present people at the Arena. After the show, she showed us her injury.
* Meanwhile, when the presenter called Thailand among the 10 semi-finalist, Miss Canada thought she was the one being called. She had to returned to her place after it was cleared up.
* There were very few surprises among the candidates picked as semi-finalists. Results were fair and square, and the Top 20 was absolutely stunning!
* We got some exclusive information about the preliminary voting: the candidates of China and Malaysia nearly made the cut. After a tie with three other girls, another round of voting took place, and then they were left out. Nevertheless, they did really well!
GB photos / Leonardo Rodrigues