Who was the first and in what year did they win?

The first edition of miss Universe was held in Long Beach, California, United States on June 28, 1952.

At that time there was 30 contestants from different countries and dependent territories who competed for the title and crown for 1 week.

At the end of the event Armi Kuusela from Finland was crowned the first Miss Universe in history at just 17 years old.

Then, the French Christiane Magnani was left with the podium in the contest. Miriam Stevenson was the first American to win the crown in 1954.

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Precisely, this country is the one with the most victories in the list of winners of the most popular beauty contest in the world.

Total, There are eight titles that the United States has in its history. The first was in 1954 and the last in the 2012 edition, also winning in 1956, 1960, 1967, 1980, 1995, 1997 reaching the first box in this table.

It is followed by Venezuela with seven crowns won and the podium is closed by Puerto Rico with 5 victories.

It is remembered that this Saturday The 71st version of Miss Universe will take place on January 14, 2023, at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.

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