France at major beauty pageants

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This is a list of France's official representatives and their placements at the Big Four international beauty pageants, considered the most important in the world. The country has won four victories:

  • Two — Miss Universe crowns (1953 • 2016)
  • One — Miss World crown (1953)
  • One — Miss International crown (1976)

France's Big Four titleholders[edit]

Color key
  •      Miss Universe winner
  •      Miss World winner
  •      Miss International winner
  •      Miss Earth winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the Finalists, Semi-finalists or Quarter-finalists
YEAR MISS UNIVERSE MISS WORLD MISS INTERNATIONAL MISS EARTH
2021 Clémence Botino
TBA
TBA Maya Albert
TBA
Candice Guivarch
TBA
2020 Amandine Petit
Top 21
↑ No Pageant Held Léa Llorens
2019 Maëva Coucke
Top 10
Ophély Mézino
1st Runner-Up
Solène Barbot Sonate Terrasier
2018 Eva Colas Maëva Coucke
Top 12
Mélanie Labat Allison Dernard
2017 Alicia Aylies Aurore Kichenin
Top 5
Maëva Balan Melissa Strugen
2016 Iris Mittenaere
WINNER
Morgane Edvige
Top 20
Khaoula Najine ×
2015 Flora Coquerel
Top 5
Hinarere Taputu
Top 11
Charlotte Pirroni Alyssa Wurtz
Top 16
2014 Camille Cerf
Top 15
Flora Coquerel Aurianne Sinacola Laëtizia Penmellen
(Withdrew)
2013 Hinarani de Longeaux Marine Lorphelin
1st Runner-Up
× Sophie Garenaux
Top 16
2012 Marie Payet
Top 10
Delphine Wespiser Marion Amelineau ×
2011 Laury Thilleman
Top 10
Clémence Oleksy Laura Maurey Mathilde Florin
2010 Malika Ménard
Top 15
Virginie Dechenaud
Top 25
Florima Treiber
Top 15
Fanny Vauzanges
2009 Chloé Mortaud
Top 10
Chloé Mortaud
Top 7
Mathilde Muller Magalie Thierry
Top 16
2008 Laura Tanguy Laura Tanguy Vicky Michaud Charlotte Lagauzere
2007 Rachel Legrain-Trapani Rachel Legrain-Trapani Sophie Vouzelaud Alexandra Gaguen
2006 Alexandra Rosenfeld Laura Fasquel Marie-Charlotte Meré Anne Charlotte Triplet
Top 16
2005 Cindy Fabre Cindy Fabre Cynthia Tevere
Top 12
Alexandra Uhan
2004 Lætitia Bléger Lætitia Marciniak Lucie Degletagne
Top 15
Audrey Nogues
2003 Emmanuelle Chossat Virginie Dubois Elodie Couffin
Top 12
Jennifer Pichard
2002 Sylvie Tellier Caroline Chamorand Emmanuelle Jagodsinski
1st Runner-Up
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 2001 in Manila, Philippines. France sent the first delegate in 2003.)
2001 Élodie Gossuin
Top 10
Emmanuelle Chossat Nawal Benhlal
2000 Sonia Rolland
Top 10
Karine Meier Tatiana Bouguer
1999 Mareva Galanter Sandra Bretones Céline Cheuva
1998 Sophie Thalmann Véronique Caloc
1st Runner-Up
Patricia Spéhar
Top 15
1997 Patricia Spehar Laure Belleville Marie Borg
2nd Runner-Up
1996 Laure Belleville Séverine Derouallé Nancy Delettrez
1995 Corine Lauret Hélène Lantoine Mélody Vilbert
Top 15
1994 Valérie Claisse Radiah Latidine Nathalie Pereira
Top 15
1993 Véronique de la Cruz Véronique de la Cruz
Top 10
Marie-Ange Contart
1992 Linda Hardy Linda Hardy Bénédicte Delmas
1991 Mareva Georges
Top 10
Mareva Georges
Top 10
Catherine Clarysse
1st Runner-Up
1990 Gaëlle Voiry Gaëlle Voiry Celine Martea
1989 Pascale Meotti Stephanie Zlotkowski Dorothée Lambert
1988 Claudia Frittolini Claudia Frittolini Nathalie Marquay
Top 10
1987 Nathalie Marquay Nathalie Marquay
Top 12
Joelle Ramyhed
1986 Catherine Carew Catherine Carew Cathy Billaudeau
1985 Suzanne Iskandar Nathalie Jones Nathalie Jones
1984 Martine Robine Martine Robine Corinne Terrason
1983 Frederique Leroy Frederique Leroy Valérie Guenveur
1982 Martine Philipps Martine Philipps Isabelle Rochard
1981 Isabelle Benárd Isabelle Benárd Beatriz Payet
1980 Brigitte Choquet Patricia Barzyk
1st Runner-Up
Sylvie Parera
Top 10
1979 Sylvie Parera Sylvie Parera Martine David
1978 Brigitte Konjovic Kelly Hoarau Véronique Fagot
1977 Véronique Fagot Véronique Fagot
Top 15
Catherine Pouchele
1976 Monique Uldaric Monique Uldaric Sophie Perin
WINNER
1975 Sophie Perin Sophie Perin Isabelle Krumacker
Top 15
1974 Brigitte Flayac Edna Tepava Josiane Bouffeni
1973 Isabelle Krumacker Isabelle Krumacker Christine Schmidth
Top 15
1972 Claudine Cassereau Claudine Cassereau Suzanne Angly
Top 15
1971 Myriam Stocco
Top 12
Myriam Stocco
Top 7
Laurence Vallée
1970 Françoise Durand-Behot Michelle Beaurain Dominique Pasquier
1969 Agathe Cognet Suzanne Angly
Top 15
Sophie Yallant
1968 Elizabeth Cadren
Top 15
Nelly Gallerne
Top 15
Nelly Gallerne
Top 15
1967 Anne Vernier Carole Noe
Top 15
Martine Grateau
1966 Michèle Boule Michèle Boule
Top 15
↑ No Pageant Held
1965 Marie-Thérèse Tullio Christiane Sibellin
Top 16
Marie-France Perron
1964 Edith Noël
Top 10
Jacqueline Gayraud
Top 16
Brigitte Pradel
1963 Monique Lemaire
Top 15
Muguette Fabris
Top 7
Marie-Josée LeCocq
1962 Sabine Surget Monique Lemaire
2nd Runner-Up
×
1961 Simone Darot
Top 15
Michèle Wargnier
3rd Runner-Up
Brigitte Barazer de Lannurien
1960 Florence Eyrie Diane Medina
Top 18
Yvette Degrémont
1959 Françoise St-Laurent
Top 15
Marie Hélène Trové ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1960 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan.)
1958 Monique Boulinguez Claudine Auger
1st Runner-Up
1957 Lisa Simon Claude Inès Navarro
5th Runner-Up
1956 Anita Treyens
Top 15
Geneviève Solare
1955 Claudie Petit Gisèle Thierry
5th Runner-Up
1954 Jacqueline Beer
Top 16
Claudine Bleuse
3rd Runner-Up
1953 Christiane Martel
WINNER
Denise Perrier
WINNER
1952 Claude Goddart Nicole Drouin
1951 ↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1952 in California, United States and then it was transferred in 1960 in Florida, United States.)
Jacqueline Lemoine
3rd Runner-Up
↑ No Pageant Held
(established in 1951 in London, United Kingdom.)


Pageant Placements Best result
Miss Universe 21 Winner Star*.svg (1953 • 2016)
Miss World 31 Winner Star*.svg (1953)
Miss International 17 Winner Star*.svg (1976)
Miss Earth 4 Top 16 (2006, 2009, 2013, 2015)
Total 73 4 TITLES

See also[edit]

  • Miss France
  • Miss International France
  • Miss Elegance France

References[edit]


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