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Miss Tunisie

Miss Tunisie
Formation 1956
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Tunis
Location
Membership
Miss World
Miss Universe
Miss International
Official language
Arabic
President
Aida Antar
Website Official website

Miss Tunisie is a national Beauty pageant in Tunisia.

History

Pascaline Agnes became the first woman from Tunisia to participate in Miss World 1956

Miss Tunisie was held for first time in 1956. The pageant became the national franchise of Miss World in 1956–present, Miss Universe in 1960 - 1971, and Miss International in 1960–present. In 1996, President of Association TEJ - Aida Antar revived the defunct Miss Tunisie contest and is now the official trademark owner.

In 2013, Association TEJ declared to return at Miss World pageant for the first time since 1978. The pageant was held in Jakarta, Indonesia where for the first time the pageant did not allow the bikini session for only that year.[1]

Titleholders

Color key
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Miss Tunisie Miss Universe Tunisia Miss World Tunisia Miss International Tunisia
1956 Pascaline Agnes Pascaline Agnes
1957 Jacqueline Tapia Jacqueline Tapia
1958 Denise Orlando Denise Orlando
1959 Habiba Bent Abdallah
1960 Marie-Louise Carrigues Marie-Louise Carrigues Habiba Bent Abdallah
1963 Claudine Younes Claudine Younes Claudine Younes
1964 Dolly Allouche Dolly Allouche Dolly Allouche
1965 Zeineb Bent Lamine Zeineb Bent Lamine Zeineb Bent Lamine
1967 Rekaia Dekhil Rekeja Dekhil
1968 Zohra Boufaden Rekaia Dekhil Zohra Boufaden
1969 Zohra Tabania Zohra Boufaden Zohra Boufaden Rekaia Dekhil
1970 Aida Mzali Zohra Tabania Kaltoum Khouildi
1971 Souad Keneari Aida Mzali Souad Keneari
1974 Zohra Kehlifi Zohra Kehlifi
1975 Monia Dida Monia Dida
1978 Malek Nemlaghi Malek Nemlaghi
1996 Ibticem Lahmar Ibticem Lahmar
1997 Hajer Radhouene
1998 Najla Kouniali Nejla Kouniali
1999 Leïla Bent Abdesalem
2000 Leïla Oualha Ismahene Lahmar
2001 Leila Oualha
2002 Amira Thabet Nihad El-Abdi
2003 Amira Thabet
2004 Rym Laalai Rym Laalai
2006 Rym Kadri
2008 Khdija Mrabet
2010 Donia Rekik Donia Rekik
2013 Hiba Telmoudi Heba Talmoudi Sondes Zamouri
2014 Wahiba Arres Wahiba Arres Emma Dhib
2015 Rawia Djbeli Maroua Heni Wahiba Arres
2016 Meriem Hammami Meriem Hammami Hima Telmoudi
2017 Emna Abdelhedi Emna Abdelhedi[2] Khaoula Gueye
2018 Haifa Ghedir Haifa Ghedir TBA

Miss World:

Jacqueline Tapia (3rd Runner-Up) in 1957

Miss International:

Ibticem Lahmar (1st Runner-Up) in 1996

Hajer Radhouene (Top 12) in 1997

Nejla Kouniali (Top 12) in 1998

Ismahene Lahmar (Top 12) in 2000

Miss Universe:

Zeineb Bent Lamine (Did not compete) in 1965

Zohra Boufaden (Miss Congeniality) in 1969

Donia Rekik (Did not compete) in 2010

See also

References

  1. ^ Miss Tunisia Returned at Miss World
  2. ^ "Miss Tunisie 2016". The Times of Beauty. 7 Dec 2016. 

External links