Not to be confused with Miss British Virgin Islands or Miss Virgin Islands.

Miss US Virgin Islands

Talented and Articulated


Beauty pageant

Charlotte Amalie


US Virgin Islands


Miss Universe
Miss World
Miss Earth
Miss International

Official language



US Ventures

Key people

Tom Youth


Miss US Virgin Islands is a national Beauty pageant in US Virgin Islands.


1 History
2 National committees
3 Titleholders

3.1 1961-1978
3.2 Miss U.S. Virgin Islands
3.3 Miss World U.S. Virgin Islands

4 Miss U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise

4.1 Miss World U.S. Virgin Islands
4.2 Miss Earth U.S. Virgin Islands
4.3 Miss International U.S. Virgin Islands

5 References
6 External links

Between 1961 and 1978, the National Committee of Virgin Islands celebrated Miss Virgin Islands contest, in which the grand winners competed at the Miss Universe and other beauty pageants. Beginning in 1979, the official name changed to Miss U.S. Virgin Islands.
National committees[edit]
Since 1961 beauty pageants become national carnival of the U.S. Virgin Islands in under Virgin Islands Carnival Committee. Between 1961 and 1978 the Miss Virgin Islands national competition had organized national pageant to send the winners to the International pageants. Cherrie Raphaelia Creque was the only one Miss Virgin Islands who placed as the Top 15 of Miss Universe 1971 while the very first queen of Virgin Islands was Priscila Bonilla who competed at the Miss Universe 1961 in the United States.
Between 1978 and 2007 Miss United States Virgin Islands contest had become the most prestigious contest in the islands. The Miss U.S. Virgin Islands titleholders constantly competed at the Miss Universe while the Miss World candidate of this islands traditionally crowned in the same event and participated in the pageant as Miss American Virgin Islands.
In 2010 there are two the most reliable title for the U.S. Virgin Islands. The local committee held Miss Universe U.S. Virgin Islands and Miss World U.S. Virgin Islands. The two winners had selected in separation pageant.
In 2011 Miss U.S. Virgin Islands was back selecting three national titleholders when the winner went to Miss Universe and runners-up went to Miss World and Miss Earth pageants.
In 2016 Miss U.S Virgin Islands pageant was returned by US Ventures, LLC is the official 2016 licensee in

Miss US Virgin Islands