So you think that the Miss World 2012 result is a big injustice? The pageant is no stranger with controversies.
Here's the Top 5.
Miss World 1994. Held in post apartheid South Africa, showcasing its Las Vegas style Sun City. A year earlier, Sun City also hosted the pageant. Interestingly, in both instances, South Africa placed as first princess. The world isn't convinced that Palesa Mofokeng and Basetsane Makgalemele are indeed first princesses. Like they say in Tennessee fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
Miss World 2000. Priyanka Chopra emerged as the winner over the beautiful Miss Italy Giorgia Palmas despite giving a wrong answer at the final Q&A. A small group protested only but was muted by the fact that the internet was not as widespread as today and everyone loved to ride the Indian beauty wave cresting in those years.
Miss World 2009. Stunning Miss Mexico Perla Beltran was shoved off the throne by the plain Kaiane Aldorino of Gibraltar. The fans went wild.
Miss World 1973. Despite being the stand-out that night, Miss Philippines Evangeline Pascual was denied of the crown. Nobody complained about the results but it was clear - Marjorie Wallace was not deserving to win. She went wild after being crowned spending more time on clubs and pubs instead of doing her duties. Evangeline refused to takeover stating she was the real winner in the first place but perhaps largely because the offer only includes only the duties and not the title.
Miss World 1970. It was a very tough time for the pageant with mobs of activists, and bombs and jeering gatecrashers. What is even more controversy is the victory of Jennifer Hosten from the tiny island nation of Grenada. Everyone thought Sweden had it. But with a corrupt Prime Minister from Grenada sitting as a judge, the favoritism was clear. Julia Morley resigned. But we all knew she was reinstated, otherwise this Miss World 2012 controversy wouldn't have materialized.