Wednesday, May 18, 2011

2001 Miss World Agbani Darego

Agbani Darego was born December 22, 1982 is a Nigerian model, best known as the first black African Miss World.

Darego hails from Abonnema, Rivers, and was born into a family of eight children. At ten, Darego was sent to boarding school in a bid to shield her from her mother who had breast cancer. Darego's mother died two years later, and her daughter has spoken of how the loss prepared her for the future.

In November 2001, Darego was crowned Miss World, beating Miss Scotland and Miss Aruba in the final round. Her victory in the pageant was widely welcomed in her home country, and her reign as MBGN was continued by Ann Suinner. Her one year tenure included goodwill trips and scheduled appearances on behalf of the pageant.

Miss Darego was honoured as an Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) after her win as Miss World in 2001. The Nigerian National honours are awarded to Nigerians whom have rendered services to the benefit of the nation.

Darego left the University of Port Harcourt after she won the Miss World contest in 2001, and is now studying Psychology at the New York University. She was once signed to Next Model Management,but is currently signed to Ford Models in New York.
Darego is currently working on a fashion reality show, soon to be aired on Nigerian television.

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2001 Contestants List


Virgin Islands - Cherrisse Wood

Angola - Adalgisa Alexandra da Rocha Gonçalves

Antigua - Janelle Williams

Argentina - Virginia di Salvo

Aruba - Zerelda Candice (Zizi) Lee Wai-Yen

Australia - Eva Milic

Austria - Daniela Rockenschaub

Bangladesh - Tabassum Ferdous Shaon

Barbados - Stephanie Chase

Belgium - Dina Tersago

Bolivia - Claudia Ettmüller

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Ana Mirjana Racanovic

Botswana - Masego Sebedi

Brazil - Joyce Yara Aguiar

British Virgin Islands - Melinda McGlore

Bulgaria - Stanislava Karabelova

Canada - Tara Hall

Cayman Islands - Shannon McLean

Chile - Christianne Balmelli Fournier

People's Republic Of China - Bing Li

Colombia - Jeisyl Amparo Velez Giraldo

Costa Rica - Piarella Peralta Rodriguez

Croatia - Rajna Raguz

Cyprus - Christiana Aristotelou

Czech Republic - Andrea Fiserova

Dominican Republic - Jeimy Castillo Molina

Ecuador - Carla Lorena Revelo Perez

England - Sally Kettle

Estonia - Liina Helstein

Finland - Jenni Hietanen

France - Emmanuelle Chossat

Germany - Adina Wilhelmi

Ghana - Selasi Kwawu

Gibraltar - Luann Richardson

Greece - Valentini Daskaloudi

Guyana - Olive Gopaul

Hawaii - Radasha Leialoha Ho?ohuli

Holland - Irena Pantelic

Hong Kong - Gigi Chung Pui Chi

Hungary - Zsoka Kapocs

Iceland - Kolbrun Palina Helgadóttir

India - Sara Corner

Ireland - Catrina Supple

Israel - Keren Schlimovitz

Italy - Paola d'Antonino

Jamaica - Regina Beaver

Japan - Yuka Hamano

Kenya - Daniella Kimaru

South Korea - Seo Hyun-jin

Latvia - Dina Kalandarova

Lebanon - Christina Sawaya

FYRO Macedonia - Sandra Spašovska

Madagascar - Tassiana (Cardia) Boba

Malawi - Elizabeth Pullu

Malaysia - Sasha Tan Hwee Teng

Malta - Christine Camilleri

Mexico - Tatiana Rodríguez

Namibia - Michelle Heitha

New Zealand - Amie Hewitt

Nicaragua - Ligia Cristina Argüello Roa

Nigeria - Agbani Darego

Northern Ireland - Angela McCarthy

Norway - Malin Johansen

Panama - Lourdes González Montenegro

Peru - Viviana Rivas Plata

Philippines - Gilrhea Castañeda Quinzon

Poland - Joanna Drozdowska

Portugal - Claudia Jesus Lopez Borges

Puerto Rico - Barbara Serrano Negron

Romania - Vanda Petre

Russia - Irina Kovalenko

Scotland - Juliet-Jane Horne

Singapore - Angelina Johnson

Slovakia - Jana Ivanova

Slovenia - Rebeka Dremelj

South Africa - Jo-Ann Strauss

Spain - Macarena García Naranjo

St. Maarten - Genesis Romney

Sweden - Camilla Bäck

Switzerland - Mascha Santschi

Tahiti - Teriitamihau Rava Nui

Tanzania - Happiness Mageese

Thailand - Lada Engchawadechasilp

Trinidad & Tobago - Sacha St. Hill

Turkey - Tugçe Kazaz

Uganda - Victoria Kabuye

Ukraine - Oleksandra Nikolayenko

United States - Carrie Stroup

Uruguay - María Daniela Abasolo Cugnetti

Venezuela - Andreina del Carmen Prieto Rincon

Wales - Charlotte Faichney

Yugoslavia - Tijana Stajšic

Zimbabwe - Nokhuthula Mpuli

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