Miss Universe 1995
Date12 May 1995[1]
Presenters
EntertainmentJon Secada
VenueWindhoek Country Club Resort, Windhoek, Namibia
BroadcasterCBS (international)
Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (official broadcaster)
Entrants82
Placements10
Debuts
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerChelsi Smith
 United States
CongenialityToyin Raji
 Nigeria
Best National CostumeMaría Reyes
 Spain
PhotogenicPetra Hultgren
 Sweden
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Miss Universe 1995, the 44th Miss Universe pageant, was held on 12 May 1995[1] at the Windhoek Country Club Resort in Windhoek, Namibia. Chelsi Smith of the United States was crowned by Sushmita Sen of India at the end of the event. Eighty-two contestants competed in this year. This marks the first and only time it was held in Africa.

Miss Universe 1995 participating nations and results
Miss Universe 1995 participating nations and results

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 1995
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up
Top 6
Top 10

Final competition

Nation Preliminary

Average

Interview Swimsuit Evening Gown Semifinal Average Top 6 Question
 USA 9.343 (1) 9.639 (3) 9.719 (1) 9.656 (7) 9.671 (1) 9.789 (2)
 India 9.153 (9) 9.573 (4) 9.378 (8) 9.700 (3) 9.550 (6) 9.748 (3)
 Canada 9.160 (8) 9.538 (5) 9.598 (2) 9.789 (1) 9.641 (2) 9.818 (1)
 Trinidad and Tobago 9.313 (4) 9.499 (7) 9.515 (6) 9.674 (5) 9.563 (5) 9.724 (4)
 Puerto Rico 9.333 (2) 9.653 (2) 9.561 (5) 9.661 (6) 9.625 (3) 9.658 (5)
 Venezuela 9.210 (5) 9.499 (7) 9.566 (4) 9.705 (2) 9.590 (4) 9.425 (6)
 South Africa 9.143 (10) 9.525 (6) 9.348 (9) 9.688 (4) 9.520 (7)
 El Salvador 9.196 (7) 9.674 (1) 9.305 (10) 9.531 (10) 9.503 (8)
 Dominican Republic 9.200 (6) 9.219 (9) 9.573 (3) 9.573 (9) 9.455 (9)
 Colombia 9.330 (3) 9.020 (10) 9.430 (7) 9.599 (8) 9.350 (10)

Contestants

Order of introduction

The following table is the order of introduction in the Parade of Nations segment in the regional groups, randomly ordered. The order was fixed from 1994 but edited more countries.

Geographical Region / Continent Order of Country / Territory Introduction
South America
The Islands
Central and North America
Europe and The British Isles
Asia and The Land Down Under
Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa

Notes

Debuts

Returns

Last competed in 1978:

Last competed in 1983:

Last competed in 1984:

Last competed in 1992:

Last competed in 1993:

Withdrawals

Awards

General references

References

  1. ^ a b The event was televised live at 09:00 pm local time (UTC+01:00) in various broadcasters around the world. For the United States, it was tape delayed to make way for the primetime broadcast.
  2. ^ "Arti Nama Danti, Tokoh Populer (1. Susanty Manuhutu)". tentangnama.com. Retrieved March 31, 2020.