Miss Czech Republic
Miss Czech Republic is elected of an annual beauty contest, diffused on television Czech. The final takes place in April traditionally, and is retransmise on TV Nova.
HistoryThis competition for A-grade officials knew some representations at the time of communist Czechoslovakia. It becomes regular starting from the Révolution of velvet and designates four Misses Czechoslovakia (1989 Ivana Christová, 1990 Renáta Gorecká, 1991 Michaela Maláčová, 1992 Pavlína Baburková). In 1993, gaining it is Miss of the republics Czech and Slovak. Since, the finalists represent nothing any more but only the Czech Republic.
The Miss traditionally gains the hiring of an apartment in Prague, a car, jewels, products of cosmetic…
The president of the contest is Miloš Zapletal.
1993 : Silvia Lakatosova, Miss of the republics Czech and Slovak, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 1994: Eva Kotulánová, elected with Brno.
- 1995: Monika Žídková, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 1996: Petra Minářová, elected with Plzeň.
- 1997: Terezie Dobrovolná, elected with Plzeň.
- 1998: Kateřina Stočesová, elected with Ostrava.
- 1999: Helena Houdová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2000: Michaela Salačová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2001: Diana Kobzanová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2002: Kateřina Průšová, elected with Brno.
- 2003: Lucie Váchová, elected with Brno.
- 2004: Jana Doleželová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2005: Lucie Králová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2006: Taťána Kuchařová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
- 2007: Kateřina Sokolová, elected with Karlovy Vary.
Diana Kobzanová lost her title of Miss Czech Republic 2001 because of the publication of erotic photographs in magazine LEO. Its title officially was thus given to first ViceMiss: Andrea Fišerová.
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