Miss Earth 2021 to be held virtually in November 2021

10 Sep 2021 | Angelique Reyes

The Miss Earth organization is all set to host the 21st edition of the Miss Earth pageant, later this year, where Lindsey Marie Coffey of the United States will crown her successor at the end of the event. Gorgeous and stunning eco angels from countries all over the world will compete for the coveted crown.

According to sources, in the latest communication sent to all National Directors, Carousel Production announced that the pageant will push through online. "In keeping with our environment cause, the management had decided to go for another virtual pageant this year. With the ongoing progression of the virus, we do not think that it will ease down any time soon and as we mentioned before, it will not stop us from moving forward with our campaign," wrote the production.



The organizer of the pageant added that they will prioritize the safety of delegates and the staff, as they mentioned, “The safety of the delegates, the production staff, and the public is still paramount for the organization, and will not, in any way, put anyone involved with the event at risk."

The tentative date of the pageant surfacing is 21st November 2021. To ensure safety of the delegates and production staff, the pageant will be held virtually again this year due to the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic situation. Last year, Miss Earth 2020 marked the first virtual coronation of any major pageant in the world.



The pageant was also held in November 2020 where Lindsey Coffey of the United States at the end of the event, making history to become the first delegate from United States to win the Miss Earth title, becoming the fourth country to win all of the Big Four international beauty pageants at least once. In the same event, the elemental winners were also crowned, where Stephany Zreik of Venezuela won Miss Earth Air 2020, Roxanne Allison Baeyens of the Philippines was Miss Earth Water 2020, and Michala Rubinstein of Denmark won Miss Earth Fire 2020.