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A DOCTOR who represented Scotland in Miss World has spoken of her two careers and how people often do not take her seriously because of her looks.
THE plastic surgeon facing a lawsuit from the reigning Miss World, Peru's Maria Julia Mantilla, has hit back at claims that he exaggerated the truth about the work he did on her.
THE reigning Miss World, Peru's Maria Julia Mantilla, is considering suing her plastic surgeon for exaggerating about the work he did on her.
BOOKIES have poured cold water on a Scottish beauty’s chance of being crowned Miss World.
A CITY student is the UK’s hot tip to take this year’s Miss World title in China.
THE claws came out in the High Court in London yesterday when the Miss World organiser, Julia Morley, faced up to a woman art dealer who claims the beauty pageant owes her more than £500,000.
THE Miss World competition was mired in controversy last night, after claims that the Irish winner’s family connections might have influenced the result.
ROCK singer Chris de Burgh’s daughter won the Miss World beauty pageant for Ireland last night in front of her "seriously proud" dad.
THE £8 million convention hall looms above the palm trees like a gleaming tiara, ready to host China’s first Miss World competition, an event the mayor heralds as a "milestone in the development of Chinese culture".
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From its inception, the Miss World beauty pageant has attracted controversy and glamour in equal measure. Feminists complain of the degrading portrayal of Barbie-doll models; others insist it is a celebration of womanhood. But the 51st pageant, held in November 2002, will be remembered as one of the most contentious competitions yet.
A MOTHER has placed a £5 bet on her one-year-old daughter being crowned Miss World by the time she reaches 21.
THE young Nigerian journalist whose article on the Miss World contest led to riots in which more than 200 people died has spoken publicly for the first time since she was forced to flee her country.
MISS Turkey was last night crowned Miss World 2002 as the controversial beauty contest finally went ahead.
NIGERIA’S supreme Islamic body said yesterday Muslims should ignore a fatwa issued by a northern state calling for the death of a journalist whose article on the Miss World pageant sparked bloody riots.
AS RELIGIOUS leaders in Nigeria called on Christians across the country to rise up against Islamic militants, the organisers of the Miss World contest stirred up new controversy last night by insisting that the winner of the competition will return to West Africa.
MUSLIMS in Nigeria were yesterday urged to execute a fashion journalist whose article about the Miss World beauty contest sparked last week’s riots, resulting in more than 200 people losing their lives.
MISS Scotland, who was instrumental in forcing the organisers of Miss World to pull out of Nigeria after 215 people died in religious rioting associated with the pageant, arrived in Britain yesterday and promised that the show would go on.