Guess Miss U 2004

Click HERE for the winning details!

 

 

Yes pageant-a-holics! It's gearing up to be that time again!

This year's glama stakes will be held in the charming town of Quito located in the forgotten gem of a country - Ecuador!

In case, after viewing the pageant, you are tempted to visit this land of ...er...Ecuadorians, be sure to visit Lonely Planet (just ignore the bit which says that violent crime is on the increase).

Click here to read the NEW RULES!

And here are the participants of this year's oh-so-exciting contest. Click on their names to see their selections!

  1. Robert Collier - Former winner and GMU originator. To quote verbatim her most recent email to your glama webmaster: "I'm quite confident this year. Read my lips: I'm either winning or I'm in the top 3 which are also worthy positions"
  2. Martin Turnbull - Your glama webmaster (who would never make such an outrageously egotistical statement as the one reproduced above...even if it was true...which only time will reveal...)
  3. Bob Molinari - Co-winner of Queen of the Oscars 2004, and GMU 2003 runner up, always puts in an enviably strong show...is 2004 his year???
  4. Carla O'Brien - Former multiple winner and all-round smart-arse bigmouth ho, she's the one to beat...severely.
  5. Traze Scalise - Despite having attended two Miss U pageants herself, has yet to show her worth in GMU competition. Perhaps this year it might all come together. Maybe.
  6. Suzie Morrisby - Southern Land Mass delegate who, by attending Miss USA 2004, has shown dedication to the skill of GMU'ing but will she good enough for GMU 2004?
  7. Caitlin Crowley - Despite a good effort in Queen of the Oscars 2004, this punter is all too well- acquainted with the Wooden Sceptre Award.
  8. Anne Sheppard - GMU winner in the highly controversial year when Miss Russia was dethroned and so was subsequently dethroned herself. Get over it.
  9. Angelo Stoitsis - Token Straight Boy, inexplicably performs well but really, he's straight so who gives a shit?
  10. Claudine Siebert - A virgin GMU'er last year, doing well coming in 3rd. Does she have what it takes to perform 2 years running?
  11. Karen Schipp - Latest Darwin recruit and unknown quantity. Has an eye for detail and she owns a Mandarina Duck handbag so she may do well.
  12. Roger Armistead - A dedicated GMU'er who takes it more seriously than anyone realised!
  13. Anna Dimeski - a GMU veteran...but experience alone enough to grab the coveted crown?
  14. John Saporito - another hideous straightie infiltrator who must be stopped at all costs. Unfortunately rumour has it in beauty circles that it wil cost a lot because this is one breeder who knows his stuff.
  15. Peter Lehner - another welcome delegatette from our Sista City - Sydney.
  16. Peter Sereno - Snide Sydney sista who suspiciously insists she's simply super but instead slides sadly and seldom succeeds.
  17. Lyn Stark - Another member of the ever-grown Darwin contingent.

Check out GLOBAL BEAUTIES for a detailed run down of this year's collectionne de glamour.

NEW RULES! NEW RULES! NEW RULES! NEW RULES! NEW RULES! NEW RULES!

The judging committee have decided on new posting rules for GMU-2004.

The pageant night has been announced: Tuesday 1st June.

In order to prevent the flagrant catty copy-catting of previous years (and you know who you are), contestant selections must be submitted by Friday 28th May. But no lists will be posted until after this date! No exceptions, and that especially means you!

The point scoring will be as follows:

 

THE SELECTIONS:

Robert Collier:

  1. Aruba
  2. Australia
  3. Ecuador
  4. Greece
  5. India
  6. Norway
  7. Paraguay
  8. Peru
  9. Philippines
  10. Puerto Rico
  11. Spain
  12. Trinidad & Tobago
  13. Ukraine
  14. USA
  15. Venezuela

Martin Turnbull:

  1. Antigua & Barbuda
  2. Bolivia
  3. Brazil
  4. China
  5. Egypt
  6. El Salvador
  7. Greece
  8. India
  9. Jamaica
  10. Mexico
  11. Paraguay
  12. Peru Puerto
  13. Rico
  14. Serbio & Montenegro
  15. USA

Bob Molinari:

  1. Ecuador
  2. Egypt
  3. Greece
  4. India
  5. Japan
  6. Norway
  7. Paraguay
  8. Puerto Rico
  9. Peru
  10. Spain
  11. Switzerland
  12. Ukraine
  13. USA
  14. Venezuela
  15. Vietnam

Terese Scalise:

  1. Antigua and Barbuda
  2. Barbados
  3. Bolivia
  4. Brazil
  5. Colombia
  6. Costa Rica
  7. Egypt
  8. Guatamala
  9. Lebanon
  10. Mexico
  11. Philippines
  12. Puerto Rico
  13. Spain
  14. USA
  15. Venezuela

Suzie Morrisby:

  1. Egypt
  2. Finland
  3. Guatemala
  4. Israel
  5. Italy
  6. Jamaica
  7. Japan
  8. Kenya
  9. Mexico
  10. Norway
  11. Paraguay
  12. Poland
  13. Puerto Rico
  14. Switzerland
  15. USA

Caitlin Crowley:

  1. Aruba
  2. Australia
  3. Bolivia
  4. Chile
  5. Costa Rica
  6. Egypt
  7. France
  8. Greece
  9. India
  10. Japan
  11. Paraguay
  12. Puerto Rico
  13. Spain
  14. Ukraine
  15. USA

Anne Shephard:

  1. Australia
  2. Costa Rica
  3. Greece
  4. Guatamala
  5. Jamaica
  6. Norway
  7. Paraguay
  8. Peru
  9. Puerto Rico
  10. Thailand
  11. Trinidad
  12. Turkey
  13. Ukraine
  14. USA
  15. Vietnam

Angelo Stoitsis:

  1. Australia
  2. Aruba
  3. France
  4. Greece
  5. Jamaica
  6. Japan
  7. Norway
  8. Paraguay
  9. Peru
  10. Switzerland
  11. Spain
  12. Trinidad
  13. Ukraine
  14. USA
  15. Venezuela

Claudine Siebert:

  1. Australia
  2. Costa Rica
  3. Ecuador
  4. Germany
  5. Guatemala
  6. Israel
  7. Jamaica
  8. Mexico
  9. Netherlands
  10. Paraguay
  11. Peru
  12. Poland
  13. Ukraine
  14. Sweden
  15. USA

Karen Schipp:

  1. Aruba
  2. Australia
  3. Bolivia
  4. Chile
  5. Costa Rica
  6. Egypt
  7. France
  8. Greece
  9. India
  10. Japan
  11. Paraguay
  12. Puerto Rico
  13. Spain
  14. Ukraine
  15. USA

Roger Armistead:

  1. Angola
  2. Bahamas
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Colombia
  5. Costa Rica
  6. Dominican Republic
  7. Ecuador
  8. Greece
  9. Jamaica
  10. Peru
  11. Sweden
  12. Thailand
  13. Trinidad and Tobago
  14. USA
  15. Venezuela

Anna Dimeski:

  1. Barbados
  2. Bolivia
  3. Costa Rica
  4. Dominican Republic
  5. Egypt
  6. India
  7. Ecuador
  8. Ethiopia
  9. Mexico
  10. Norway
  11. Paraguay
  12. Peru
  13. Turks & Caicos
  14. Switzerland
  15. USA

John Saporito:

  1. Australia
  2. Bolivia
  3. Costa Rica
  4. Brazil
  5. Mexico
  6. Ecuador
  7. El Salvador
  8. Greece
  9. India
  10. Philippines
  11. Peru
  12. Venezuela
  13. Puerto Rico
  14. Trinidad & Tobago
  15. USA

Peter Lehner:

  1. Botswana
  2. Canada
  3. Colombia
  4. Czechoslovakia
  5. Ecuador
  6. Germany
  7. India
  8. Norway
  9. Philippines
  10. Poland
  11. Serbia and Montenegro
  12. Spain
  13. Trinidad and Tobago
  14. USA
  15. Venezuela

Peter Sereno:

  1. Australia
  2. Brazil
  3. Canada
  4. Egypt
  5. Ecuador
  6. Greece
  7. India
  8. Norway
  9. Peru
  10. Philippines
  11. Puerto Rico
  12. Spain
  13. Switzerland
  14. Venezuela
  15. Ukraine
  16. USA

Lyn Stark:

  1. Australia
  2. Brazil
  3. Chile
  4. Colombia
  5. Costa Rica
  6. Dominican Republic
  7. Ecuador
  8. Germany
  9. Guatemala
  10. Jamaica
  11. Korea
  12. Mexico
  13. Norway
  14. Sweden
  15. USA

WINNER! WINNER! WINNER! WINNER! WINNER! WINNER! WINNER! WINNER!

Well, unless you've been living under a rock and don't know this yet, it will come as no surprise that our very own Miss Australia WON the Miss Universe 2004 crown! (ie she SNATCHED out of the grasping, clawing clutches of that bottle blonde from Missouri, or Mississippi, or one of those vile states that start with an "M".) But really, who cares about her? The real question on the luscious tips of the kissable lips of those in the know is... WHO WON GUESS MISS UNIVERSE???

And the winner is...

(as he himself predicted...) ROBERT COLLIER

Here's how the final scoring came down

  1. Robert Collier - 59 points
  2. Caitlin Crowley - 57 points
    Anne Shephare - 57 points
    Karen Schipp - 57 points
  3. Peter Sereno - 51 points
  4. John Saporito - 56 points
  5. Claudine Siebert - 49 points
  6. Angelo Stoisis - 44 points
  7. Lyn Stark - 43 points
  8. Bob Molinari - 42 points
  9. Martin Turnbull - 41 points
  10. Suzie Morrisby - 39 points
  11. Anna Dimeski - 35 points
  12. Roger Armistead - 30 points
  13. Terese Scalise - 29 points
  14. Peter Lehner - 28 points

We congratulate Robert on his triumphant win (well, a two point lead is hardly what we'd call triumphant but you can bet your last hair roller that he will), and comisserate with Peter Lehner, a GMU virgin on his wining the wooden sceptre this year.

And to end on a very proud point, we (ie HE) would like everyone to know that one of our very own and cherished GMU veterans - Peter Sereno (4th place getter) - was in fact the catwalk trainer for the winning contestant. He spend hours (okay, 2 hours) teaching the current reigning Miss Universe how to work that catwalk to absolute death!

Thanks one and all for you participation in this year's Guess Miss Universe 2004!
We wish you all big hair!

 

 

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Last glama update: 17th May 2004