Miss Universe 1986 (Jayverse)

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Miss Universe 1986, the 35th Miss Universe pageant, was held on 21 July 1986 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in which the pageant is held in Canada for a 3rd Straight Year. Bárbara Palacios Teyde of Venezuela was crowned by Deborah Carthy-Deu of Puerto Rico. Seventy-seven contestants competed in this year.

CTV broadcasted this event from Vancouver, BC, Canada and UBC in the United States on Television with Rhythm Radio airing this event on Radio, The Pageant is hosted by Bob Barker with Dominique Dufour, Miss Canada 1981 and Mary Frann.

Results

Miss Universe 1986 participating nations and results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 1986
  • VenezuelaBárbara Palacios
1st Runner-up
  • United States – Christy Fichtner
2nd Runner-up
  • Colombia – María Mónica Urbina
3rd Runner-up
  • Poland – Brygida Bziukiewicz
4th Funner-up
  • Finland – Tuula Irmeli Polvi
Top 10
  • Brazil – Deise Nunes de Souza
  • Chile – Mariana Villasante
  • Puerto Rico – Elizabeth Robison
  •  Switzerland – Eveline Glanzmann
  • Zaire – Aimée Dobala
Nation Preliminary Average Interview Swimsuit Evening Gown Semifinal Average
Venezuela 8.776 (2) 9.390 (1) 9.100 (2) 9.550 (1) 9.346 (1)
United States 8.950 (1) 8.880 (3) 9.380 (1) 9.490 (2) 9.250 (2)
Colombia 8.310 (5) 8.850 (4) 8.620 (7) 9.340 (3) 8.936 (4)
Poland 8.276 (7) 9.030 (2) 9.000 (3) 9.000 (6) 9.010 (3)
Finland 8.530 (3) 8.470 (5) 8.880 (4) 9.120 (5) 8.823 (5)
Brazil 8.289 (6) 8.175 (9) 8.810 (5) 9.160 (4) 8.715 (6)
Zaire 8.266 (8) 8.366 (6) 8.580 (8) 8.920 (7) 8.621 (7)
 Switzerland 8.256 (10) 8.020 (10) 8.740 (6) 8.870 (8) 8.543 (8)
Chile 8.480 (4) 8.230 (8) 8.490 (9) 8.780 (9) 8.500 (9)
Puerto Rico 8.260 (9) 8.260 (7) 8.330 (10) 8.660 (10) 8.416 (10)

Contestants

  • Argentina - María de los Ángeles Fernández Espadero
  • Aruba - Mildred Jacqueline "Jacky" Semeleer
  • Australia - Christina Lucinda Bucat
  • Austria - Manuela Redtenbacher
  • Bahamas - Marie Brown
  • Barbados - Roslyn Irene Williams
  • Belgium - Goedele Maria Liekens
  • Belize - Romy Ellen Taegar
  • Bolivia - Elizabeth O'Connor-d'Arlach
  • Brazil - Deise Nunes de Souza
  • British Virgin Islands - Shereen Desmona Flax
  • Canada - Renee Newhouse
  • Chile - Mariana Villasante Aravena
  • Colombia - María Mónica Urbina Pugliesse
  • Cook Islands - Lorna Sawtell
  • Costa Rica - Aurora Velásquez Arigño
  • Côte d'Ivoire - Marie Françoise Kouame
  • Curaçao - Christine Joyce Denise Sibilo
  • Cyprus - Christina Vassaliadou
  • Denmark - Helena Christensen
  • Dominican Republic - Lissette Chamorro
  • Ecuador - Verónica Lucía Sevilla Ledergerber
  • El Salvador - Vicky Elizabeth Cañas Álvarez
  • England - Joanne Ruth Sedgley
  • Finland - Tuula Irmeli Polvi
  • France - Catherine Carew
  • Gambia - Rose Marie Eunson
  • Germany - Birgit Jahn
  • Gibraltar - Gail Anne May Francis
  • Greece - Vasilia "Silia" Mantaki
  • Guam - Dina Ann Reyes Salas
  • Guatemala - Christa Kalula Wellman Girón
  • Holland - Caroline Veldkamp †
  • Honduras - Sandra Natalie Navarrete Romero
  • Hong Kong- San Lee Robin Mae
  • Iceland - Thora Thrastardóttir
  • India - Mehr Jessia
  • Ireland - Karen Ann Shevlin
  • Israel - Nilly Drucker †
  • Italy - Susanna Huckstep
  • Jamaica - Liliana Antoinette Cisneros
  • Japan - Hiroko Esaki
  • Korea - Young-ran Bae
  • Lebanon - Reine Philip Barakat
  • Luxembourg - Martine Christine Georgette Pilot
  • Malaysia - Betty Chee Nyuk Pit
  • Malta - Antoinette Zerafa
  • Mexico - Alejandrina "Connie" Carranza Ancheta
  • New Zealand - Christine Atkinson
  • Northern Marianas - Christine Guerrero
  • Norway - Tone Anette Henriksen
  • Panama - Gilda García López
  • Papua New Guinea - Anna Wild
  • Paraguay - Johanna Eugenia Kelner Toja
  • Peru - Karin Mercedes Lindemann García
  • Philippines - Violeta Naluz
  • Poland - Brygida Elzbieta Bziukiewicz
  • Portugal - Mariana Dias Carriço
  • Puerto Rico - Elizabeth Robison Latalladi
  • Réunion - Geneviève Lebon
  • Scotland - Natalie M. Devlin
  • Singapore - Farah Lange
  • Spain - Concepción "Concha" Isabel Tur Espinosa
  • Sri Lanka - Indra Kumari
  • Sweden - Anne Lena Rahmberg
  •  Switzerland - Eveline Nicole Glanzmann
  • Thailand - Thaveeporn Klungpoy
  • Trinidad and Tobago - Candace Jennings
  • Turkey - Demet Başdemir
  • Turks and Caicos - Barbara Bulah Mae Capron
  • Uruguay - Norma Silvana García Lapitz
  • United States - Christiane Crane Fichtner
  • US Virgin Islands - Jasmine Olivia Turner
  • Venezuela - Bárbara Palacios Teyde
  • Wales - Tracey Rowlands
  • Western Samoa - Tui Kaye Hunt
  • Zaire - Aimee Likobe Dobala

Notes

Debut

  • Côte d'Ivoire

Withdrawals

  • Bermuda - Samantha Jayne Morton
  • Cayman Islands
  • Dominica
  • Haiti
  • Senegal
  • Tahiti ー participated only in Miss France since then
  • Yugoslavia - Tatjana Spasic

Returns

Last competed in 1975:

  • Jamaica

Last competed in 1984:

  • Aruba
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey

Award

  • Guam - Miss Amity (Dina Reyes Salas)
  • Italy - Miss Photogenic (Susanna Huckstep)
  • Panama - Best National Costume (Gilda García López)

Celebrity judges

Don Correia

Paloma San Bessilio

Harry Langdon

Soon-Tek Oh

Karen Baldwin

Jose Quintero

Kristy McNichol

Willard Pugh

Lupita Ferrer

Jerry Timm

Patrick Macnee

Sandy Duncan