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Miss Universe Germany
Miss Universe Germany Organization by Kim Kötter
Logo of Miss Universe Germany.jpg
MottoYou Are Beautiful
TypeBeauty pageant
Miss Universe
Official language
Monica van Ee (Hannah)

Miss Universe Germany is a national Beauty pageant in Germany to select an official candidate for the Miss Universe pageant.


Miss Germany started in 1952. Miss Universe Germany started in 2009. Currently, the German franchise of Miss Universe is owned by former Miss Nederland winner Kim Kötter. She is also the franchiser of Miss Nederland and Miss Overijssel beauty pageants in neighbouring Netherlands. In Miss Universe Germany all the States of Germany but also some of the regions are represented as well.


In 1952 Miss Germany started with Renate Hoy as the first winner, who then became 4th Runner-up at Miss Universe. In 1961, Germany has the official winner of Miss Universe 1961, Marlene Schmidt. From 1985 : MGC - Miss Germany Corporation GmbH (Oldenburg), the official winner will be selecting by the organization. In 1991, the MGA (Miss Germany Association, Bergheim near Cologne) of Detlef Tursies run a Miss Germany pageant for the first time. The winners participate in Miss Universe. In 1999, MGA transforms into MGO (Miss Germany Organisation). From 2000, they award the title Miss Deutschland, and change their name again: MGO - Komitee Miss Deutschland. In 1999 is the last of Miss Germany Company sent the candidate for Miss Universe, she is Diana Drubig.


Miss Deutschland came into being in 2000, inheriting the since 1952 established official winner of Miss Germany pageant, that would compete at the international Miss Universe pageant. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent. After 2008, Miss Germany for Miss Universe selected by Miss Universe Deutschland pageant.


  •   : Declared as Winner
  •   : Ended as runner-up or top 5/6 qualification
  •   : Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
  •   : Ended as special awards winner
Year State Site of Election Miss Universe Germany Placement at Miss Universe Special Awards Notes
2019 Berlin Munich Miriam Rautert Unplaced German-Trinidadian descent
2018 Berlin Berlin Celine Willers Unplaced Miss Baden-Württemberg 2015
2017 Saxony-Anhalt Halle Sophia Koch Unplaced
2016 North Rhine-Westphalia Eschweiler Johanna Acs Unplaced Reina Mundial del Banano 2011 (1st Runner-up), Miss International 2010 (Top 15)
2015 Bavaria Berlin [[]] []] Miss Deutschland 2012 (3rd Runner-up)
2014 Saxony Berlin Josefin Donat Unplaced Best National Costume (Top 5)
2013 Berlin Berlin Anne-Julia Hagen Unplaced Miss Germany (MGC) 2010
2012 Norddeutschland Berlin Alicia Endemann Unplaced
2011 Saxony Berlin Valeria Bystritskaia Unplaced
2010 Bavaria Berlin Kristiana Rohder Unplaced
2009 Saxony-Anhalt Berlin Martina Lee Unplaced
Miss Universe Deutschland
2008 Berlin Berlin Madina Taher Unplaced Miss Universe Deutschland (separate contest)
Miss Deutschland: MGO - Komitee Miss Deutschland (Bergheim near Cologne)
2007 Berlin Berlin Angelina Glass Unplaced Miss Deutschland 2005 Runner-up -- Designated as Miss Germany Universe 2007
2006 North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf Natalie Ackermann Unplaced Miss Nordrhein Westfalen 2006 -- Designated as Miss Germany Universe 2006
2005 North Rhine-Westphalia Aachen Asli Bayram Unplaced
2004 Süddeutschland Duisburg Shermine Shahrivar Unplaced Miss Europe 2005
2003 Bavaria Bielefeld Alexandra Vodjanikova Unplaced
2002 Hamburg Kaiserslautern Natascha Börger Top 10 Miss International 2004 (Top 12), Miss Europe 2002 (1st Runner-up), Miss Baltic Sea 2003, Miss Model of the World 2002, Miss Intercontinental 2002 (2nd Runner-up)
2001 Thuringia Kaiserslautern Claudia Bechstein Unplaced
2000 Ostdeutschland Kaiserslautern Sabrina Schepmann Unplaced Miss Intercontinental 2000
Miss Germany (MGO)
1999 Saxony Trier Diana Drubig Unplaced
1998 Rhineland-Palatinate Trier Katharina Mainka Unplaced
1997 Schleswig-Holstein Trier Agathe Neuner Unplaced
1996 Brandenburg Trier Miriam Ruppert Unplaced
1995 Rhineland-Palatinate Trier Ilka Endres Unplaced
1994 Baden-Württemberg Chemnitz Tanja Wild Unplaced
1993 Hamburg Bremen Verona Feldbusch Unplaced Miss Intercontinental 1993
1992 Thuringia Berlin Monika Resch Unplaced
1991 Saxony Berlin Katrin Richter Unplaced Miss Intercontinental 1992, Miss Europe 1991
1990 Hesse Berlin Christiane Stöcker Unplaced Miss Congeniality
1989 Bavaria Berlin Andrea Stelzer Top 10
1988 Berlin Berlin Christiane Kopp Unplaced
1987 North Rhine-Westphalia Berlin Dagmar Schulz Unplaced
1986 Bavaria Berlin Birgit Jahn Unplaced
1985 Berlin Appointed Angelika Roth Unplaced
1984 North Rhine-Westphalia Bad Mondorf (Luxembourg) Brigitte Berx Top 10
1983 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Badgastein (Austria) Loana Radecki Top 12
1982 Lower Saxony Palma de Mallorca (Spain) Kerstin Paeserack Top 12
1981 Bavaria Munich Marion Kurz Top 12
1980 Lower Saxony Berlin Kathrin Glotzl Unplaced
1979 Berlin Bremen Andrea Hontschik Top 12
1978 Brandenburg Appointed Maria Gottschalk Unplaced
1977 Berlin Appointed Marie Gassen 4th Runner-up
1976 Saxony-Anhalt Appointed Birgit Hamer Unplaced
1975 Saarland Appointed Sigrit Klose Unplaced
1974 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Appointed Ursula Faustle Unplaced
1973 Bavaria Baden-Baden Dagmar Winkler Unplaced
1972 Brandenburg Appointed Heidi Weber Top 12
1971 Bavaria Appointed Vera Kists Unplaced
1970 Bavaria San Juan (Puerto Rico) Irene Neumann Unplaced
1969 Bavaria Munich Gesine Froese Unplaced
1968 Bavaria Munich Lilian Atterer Unplaced
1967 Schleswig-Holstein Berlin Fee von Zitzewitz Unplaced
1966 North Rhine-Westphalia Berlin Marion Heinrich Top 15
1965 North Rhine-Westphalia Berlin Ingrid Bethke Unplaced Miss Congeniality
1964 Berlin Berlin Martina Kettler Unplaced
1963 Bavaria Travemünde Helga Carla Ziesemer Top 15
1962 Hesse Travemünde Gisela Karschuck Unplaced
1961 Baden-Württemberg Baden-Baden Marlene Schmidt Miss Universe 1961
1960 Rhineland-Palatinate Baden-Baden Ingrun Helgard Moeckel Top 16 Miss Europe 1961
1959 Berlin Baden-Baden Carmela Künzel Top 16
1958 Bavaria Baden-Baden Marlies Behrens Top 16
1957 Hamburg Baden-Baden Gerti Daub 4th Runner-up Miss Photogenic
1956 Berlin Baden-Baden Marina Orschel 1st Runner-up Miss Photogenic
1955 North Rhine-Westphalia Baden-Baden Margit Nünke 3rd Runner-up Miss Europe 1956
1954 Bremen Baden-Baden Regina Ernst 3rd Runner-up Miss Europe 1954
1953 Berlin Wiesbaden Christel Schaack* Top 16
1952 Rhineland-Palatinate Baden-Baden Renate Hoy 4th Runner-up

State rankings

State Title Year
Berlin 15 1953, 1956, 1959, 1964, 1977, 1979, 1985, 1988, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2019
Bavaria 12 1958, 1963, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1981, 1986, 1989, 2003, 2010
North Rhine-Westphalia 7 1955, 1965, 1966, 1984, 1987, 2005, 2016
Saxony 4 1991, 1999, 2011, 2014
Rhineland-Palatinate 1952, 1960, 1995, 1998
Saxony Anhalt 3 1976, 2009, 2017
Hamburg 1957, 1993, 2002
Brandenburg 1972, 1978, 1996
Thuringia 2 1992, 2001
Schleswig-Holstein 1967, 1997
Baden-Württemberg 1961, 1994
Hesse 1962, 1990
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 1974, 1983
Lower Saxony 1980, 1982
Norddeutschland 1 2012
Süddeutschland 2004
Ostdeutschland 2000
Saarland 1975
Bremen 1954

See also

Official website

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