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Countries and territories which sent delegates and results.
Miss Universe 1998, the 47th Miss Universe pageant was held at Stan Sheriff Arenamarker, Honolulumarker, Hawaiimarker, USAmarker on May 12, 1998. Brook Lee, Miss Universe 1997, of the USAmarker crowned Wendy Fitzwilliam of Trinidad and Tobagomarker as Miss Universe 1998. There were 81 contestants who competed for the crown. A clip of the pageant was briefly shown in the 2000 movie The Next Best Thing starring Madonna and Rupert Everett.

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant
Miss Universe 1998
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
Top 5
Top 10
  • - Michella Marchi
  • - Kerishnie Naicker
  • - Anna Malova
  • - Lymaraina D'Souza
  • - Andrea Roche


Special awards



Final competition scores

Country Evening Gown Swimsuit Average
Trinidad & Tobago 9.83 9.76 9.795
Venezuela 9.72 9.85 9.785
Puerto Rico 9.69 9.69 9.690
USA 9.50 9.62 9.560
Colombia 9.63 9.58 9.605
Brazil 9.42 9.45 9.435
South Africa 9.58 9.11 9.345
Russia 9.45 9.15 9.300
India 9.44 9.10 9.270
Ireland 9.32 9.05 9.185


     Winner
     First runner-up
     Second runner-up
     Top Five
     Top Ten


Contestants

  • - Emilia Guardano
  • - Marcela Brane
  • - Wendy Lacle
  • - Renee Henderson
  • - Juliette Sargent
  • - Sandrine Corman
  • - Elvia Vega
  • - Veronica Larrieu
  • - Uzmin Everts
  • - Michella Marchi
  • - Kaida Donovan
  • - Natalia Gourkova
  • - Juliana Thiessen
  • - Claudia Arnello
  • - Silvia Ortiz
  • - Kisha Alvarado
  • - Ivana Grzetić
  • - Natacha Bloem
  • - Daniella Iordanova
  • - Kristina Fridvalská
  • - Selines Méndez
  • - Soraya Hogonaga
  • - Karine Fahmy
  • - María Gabriela Jovel
  • - Mari Lawrens
  • - Jonna Kauppila
  • - Sophie Thalmann
  • - Katharina Mainka
  • - Francisca Awuah
  • - Leilani Dowding
  • - Dimitra Eginiti
  • - Joylyn Munoz
  • - Astrid Ramírez
  • - Dania Prince
  • - Virginia Yung
  • - Agnes Nagy
  • - Lymaraina D'Souza
  • - Andrea Roche
  • - Hagit Raz
  • - Claudia Trieste
  • - Shani McGraham


  • - Nana Okumura
  • - Kim Ji-yeon
  • - Nina Kadis
  • - Sherine Wong
  • - Carol Cassar
  • - Leena Ramphul
  • - Katty Fuentes
  • - Retha Reinders
  • - Jacqueline Rotteveel
  • - Rosemary Rassell
  • - Claudia Alaniz
  • - Chika Chikezie
  • - Helene Yum Lizama
  • - Stine Bergsvand
  • - Tanisha Drummond
  • - Luz Marina González
  • - Karim Bernal
  • - Jewel May Lobaton
  • - Sylwia Kupiec
  • - Icilia Berenguel
  • - Joyce Giraud
  • - Juliana Elena Verdes
  • - Anna Malova
  • - Alice Lim
  • - Vladimíra Hreňovčíková
  • - Kerishnie Naicker
  • - María José Besora
  • - Jessica Olérs
  • - Tanja Gutmann
  • - Annie Tsai
  • - Chalida Thaochalee
  • - Wendy Fitzwilliam
  • - Asuman Krause
  • - Olena Spirina
  • - Virginia Russo
  • - Shawnae Jebbia
  • - Leah Webster
  • - Veruska Ramírez
  • - Jelena Trninić
  • - Selina Stuart


Notes

  • In 1998, Miss Universe changed its name from Miss Universe, Inc. to Miss Universe Organization. Donald Trump brought in a new team of professionals to the contest headed by its new CEO, Molly Miles, and president Maureen Reidy. Miles coined the slogan "Redefined for Today" for promotion of the pageants. That year, the new Miss Universe logo was born: The Woman with the Stars, which is still used today.
  • The MUO headquarters moved from Los Angelesmarker to New Yorkmarker that year.
  • Trump also brought in a new team for the TV production, which was a joint venture with CBS back then. They completely redesigned the format of the contest, getting rid of national costumes, preliminary scores and voiced introductions.




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