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Miss Earth 2011 was held on 3 December 2011 at the University of the Philippines Theater in Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines The show was aired live by Channel V at 8:00 pm, while Star World broadcast on Sunday, 4 December at 6:00 pm, ABS-CBN and Studio 23 broadcast on the same day at 10:30 pm There was also a delayed telecast of the show on The Filipino Channel and on the television stations of other participating countries

The pageant was originally scheduled to be held at the Impact, Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok, Thailand, however the pageant organizers decided to move the pageant back to the Philippines due to the 2011 Thailand floods

Miss Earth 2010, Nicole Faria of India, crowned her successor Olga Álava of Ecuador as Miss Earth 2011 at the end of the event

The three "elemental titles", which have equal ranking, were awarded to Miss Brazil Drielly Bennettone as Miss Earth-Air 2011, Miss Philippines Athena Imperial as Miss Earth-Water 2011 title, and Caroline Medina of Venezuela as Miss Earth-Fire 2011

Contents

  • 1 Results
    • 11 Placements
    • 12 Special awards
  • 2 Winning answer
  • 3 Judges
  • 4 Contestants
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Results

Miss Earth 2011 participating countries and territories and results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Earth 2011
  •  EcuadorOlga Álava
Miss Earth – Air 2011
  •  Brazil – Drielly Bennettone
Miss Earth – Water 2011
  •  Philippines – Athena Imperial
Miss Earth – Fire 2011
  •  Venezuela – Caroline Medina
Finalists
  •  Bosnia & Herzegovina – Aleksandra Kovačević
  •  Crimea – Nina Astrakhantseva
  •  Mexico – Casandra Becerra
  •  Zimbabwe – Thandi Muringa
Semi-finalists
  •  Chinese Taipei – Cherry Liu
  •  Japan – Tomoko Maeda
  •  Paraguay – Nicole Huber
  •  Portugal – Susana Nogueira
  •  Slovenia – Rebecca Kim Lekše
  •  Sweden – Renate Cerljen
  •  Thailand – Niratcha Tungtisanont
  •  Ukraine – Kristina Oparina

Special awards

The following special awards were given:

Awards Contestant
Best in National Costume  Japan – Tomoko Maeda
Best in Swimsuit  Czech Republic – Šárka Cojocarová
Best in Long Gown  Mexico – Casandra Becerra
Miss Talent  South Africa – Dominique Mann
Miss Photogenic  Chinese Taipei – Cherry Liu
Miss Friendship  Pakistan – Sanober Hussain

Winning answer

Final Question in Miss Earth 2011: "Why the candidates chose education as the environmental initiative that world leaders should prioritize"

Answer of Miss Earth 2011: "Education is the best solution for the environment because children are those who have to preserve the Earth for future generations" – Olga Álava, represented Ecuador

Judges

The board of judges during the final competition were consisted of the following personalities:

No Judge Background
1 Zubin Gandevia Television producer, chief operating officer of Fox International Channels in Asia Pacific & Middle East
2 Jean-Pierre Grivory Perfumer, President Director General at Cofinluxe SA in France, creator of the world-famous Salvador Dalí perfumes
3 Philippe Charriol Designer, Founder and CEO of the Charriol Group, makers of Philippe Charriol watches
4 Nguyễn Công Khế Newspaper editor, Chairperson of Thanh Nien Media Corporation, Director of the Nguyen Thai Binh Scholarship, chairperson and founder of the Vietnam Talent Fund
5 Jacinto Ng Jr Entrepreneur, Director of Quantuvis Resources Corp
6 Luis Crisologo Singson Politician, Governor of the province of Ilocos Sur, Philippines
7 Daniele Ponzi environment specialist of Asian Development Bank
8 Vivien Tan Singer from Singapore, Host of Star Asia Travel, an Asia wide travel program for STAR TV
9 Vivienne Tan Environment advocate, educator, and social worker
10 Patrick Durst Senior forestry officer for Asia and the Pacific of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations
11 Dave Semerad Ateneo de Manila University basketball player
12 Anthony Semerad Ateneo de Manila University basketball player

Contestants

Country Contestant Age Height Hometown
 Aruba Melissa Laclé Oranjestad
 Australia Deedee Zibara 20 178 m 5 ft 10 in West Ryde
 Austria Elisabeth Hanakamp 20 173 m 5 ft 8 in Vienna
 Bahamas Kerel Pinder 26 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Grand Bahama
 Belgium Aline Decock 23 170 m 5 ft 7 in Brussels
 Belize Kimberly Robateau 22 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Belize City
 Bolivia Valeria Avendaño 23 176 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in La Paz
 Bosnia & Herzegovina Aleksandra Kovacevic 21 175 m 5 ft 9 in Sarajevo
 Botswana Messiah Jackson 24 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Gaborone
 Brazil Drielly Bennettone 21 184 m 6 ft 1⁄2 in Sao Paulo
 Canada Ashlea Moor 25 179 m 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in Lethbridge
 Chile Camila Stuardo 23 178 m 5 ft 10 in Temuco
 China Liu Yu Jun 22 175 m 5 ft 9 in Nanjing
 Chinese Taipei Cherry Liu 18 175 m 5 ft 9 in Taipei
 Colombia Andrea DeVivo 23 175 m 5 ft 9 in La Guajira
 Crimea Nina Astrakhantseva 21 179 m 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in Simferopol
 Curaçao Miluska Willems 24 171 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Willemstad
 Czech Republic Šárka Cojocarová 21 178 m 5 ft 10 in Svobodné Heřmanice
 Denmark Cecilia Iftikhar 24 173 m 5 ft 8 in Kokkedal
 Dominican Republic Sarah Féliz 24 178 m 5 ft 10 in Neiba
 Ecuador Olga Álava 23 173 m 5 ft 8 in Guayaquil
 El Salvador Anita Puertas 22 178 m 5 ft 10 in San Salvador
 England Roxanne Smith 22 165 m 5 ft 5 in Birmingham
 Estonia Xenia Likhacheva 21 170 m 5 ft 7 in Tallinn
 France Mathilde Florin 21 177 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Lille
 Germany Manou Volkmer 18 180 m 5 ft 11 in Berlin
 Ghana Patricia Amoah Anti 21 156 m 5 ft 1 1⁄2 in Accra
 Guadeloupe Mitchelle Malezieu 18 176 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Basse-Terre
 Guam Anna Calvo 25 165 m 5 ft 5 in Dededo
 Guatemala Ana Luisa Montúfar 18 173 m 5 ft 8 in Guatemala City
 Honduras Stephany Martinez 19 178 m 5 ft 10 in Roatan
 Hong Kong Luo Wenxi 18 178 m 5 ft 10 in Hong Kong
 Hungary Dora Szabó 24 176 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Budapest
 India Hasleen Kaur 22 179 m 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in New Delhi
 Indonesia Inez Elodhia Maharani 22 169 m 5 ft 6 1⁄2 in Jakarta
 Ireland Rachelle Liggett 20 173 m 5 ft 8 in Dublin
 Israel Huda Naccache 21 178 m 5 ft 10 in Haifa
 Italy Angelica Parisi 23 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Torino
 Japan Tomoko Maeda 24 168 m 5 ft 6 in Tokyo
 Korea Kim E-seul 26 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Seoul
 Kosovo Nora Asani 24 170 m 5 ft 7 in Prishtina
 Latvia Sanda Mezecka 26 179 m 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in Riga
 Lebanon Nathaly Farraj 22 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Beirut
 Luxembourg Natascha Bintz 21 177 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Luxembourg
 Macau Cherry Ng 24 165 m 5 ft 5 in Macau
 Madagascar Volamiandoha Ratsimiahotrarivo 18 175 m 5 ft 9 in Antsirabe
 Malaysia Joyce Tay 24 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Malacca
 Martinique Coralie Leplus 21 175 m 5 ft 9 in Fort-de-France
 Mexico Casandra Becerra 23 178 m 5 ft 10 in Guadalajara
   Nepal Anupama Aura Gurung 23 167 m 5 ft 5 1⁄2 in Chitwan
 Netherlands Jill Duijves 23 175 m 5 ft 9 in Diemen
 New Zealand Alexandra Scott 22 179 m 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in Auckland
 Nigeria Munachi Uzoma 21 178 m 5 ft 10 in Abuja
 Northern Ireland Alixandra Halliday 19 170 m 5 ft 7 in Derry
 Norway Marion Dyrvik 22 176 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Trondheim
 Pakistan Sanober Hussain 23 175 m 5 ft 9 in Lahore
 Panama Marelissa Him 22 170 m 5 ft 7 in Panamá City
 Paraguay Nicole Huber 21 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Asunción
 Peru Maria Gracia Figueroa 21 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Lima
 Portugal Susana Nogueira 20 175 m 5 ft 9 in Lisbon
 Puerto Rico Agnes Benítez 25 173 m 5 ft 8 in Cataño
 Philippines Athena Imperial 24 168 m 5 ft 6 in Casiguran
 Romania Jihan Shanabli 26 178 m 5 ft 10 in Bucharest
 Russia Alena Kuznetsova 25 178 m 5 ft 10 in Moscow
 Scotland Amanda Quinn 25 173 m 5 ft 8 in Glasgow
 Singapore Felicia Orvalla 23 165 m 5 ft 5 in Singapore
 Slovak Republic Romana Procházková 23 170 m 5 ft 7 in Bratislava
 Slovenia Rebecca Kim Lekše 20 170 m 5 ft 7 in Ljubljana
 South Africa Dominique Mann 25 174 m 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in Cape Town
 Spain Veronica Doblas 21 173 m 5 ft 8 in Madrid
 Sri Lanka Poojani Wakirigala 24 170 m 5 ft 7 in Colombo
 Sweden Renate Cerljen 22 177 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Staffanstorp
  Switzerland Irina de Giorgi 21 177 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Zurich
 Tanzania Nelly Kamwelu 19 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Dar Es Salaam
 Thailand Niratcha Tungtisanont 22 171 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Bangkok
 Trinidad & Tobago Melanie George-Sharpe 24 170 m 5 ft 7 in Port of Spain
 Turkey Merve Saribas 20 178 m 5 ft 10 in Istanbul
 Ukraine Kristina Oparina 19 177 m 5 ft 9 1⁄2 in Kharkov
 USA Nicole Kelley 22 165 m 5 ft 5 in Daytona Beach
 US Virgin Islands Kara Williams 22 170 m 5 ft 7 in St Croix
 Venezuela Caroline Medina 19 178 m 5 ft 10 in Maracay
 Vietnam Phan Thị Mơ 21 175 m 5 ft 9 in Tiền Giang
 Wales Emma Franklin 24 173 m 5 ft 8 in Cardiff
 Zimbabwe Thandi Muringa 23 172 m 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in Harare

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