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The Mister (Mr) World 2014 will be aired live on YouTube through Mr World channel today, June 15 at exactly 9:00 p.m. PST.
The final of the world’s leading male pageant will be held at the well celebrated Riviera International Conference Centre in Torbay, England.
46 handsome men will be competing for the Mr World title. The biennial competition features Sports Challenge, Talent Award, Fashion and Style, Multi-media and Extreme Challenge.
The search for the world’s most desirable man started May 30. The 90 minute live stage show on June 15 will be the peak of the competition, where Mr World 2013 Francisco Escobar will be handing down his title to Mr World 2014.
Founded in 1996, this year’s event will be hosted by reigning Miss World 2013 Megan Young and singer-model and former Mr World Canada Frankie Cena.
Mr World 2014 Live Stream
Watch live the grand coronation and finale night of “The World’s Most Desirable Man” here through YouTube live stream feed and find out who will be Mr World 2014.
The panels of judges are Julia Morley, the current Chairwoman of the Miss World Organization, Mike Dixon, a British conductor and musical director, Choreographer and Stage Director Donna Derby, Hair, Make-Up and Stylist expert Andrew Minarik, reigning Mr World Francisco Escobar, Miss World 1981 Pilín León and Miss World Oceania Erin Holland.
Mr. World Philippines John Spainhour
Filipino-American John Spainhour, a model with military background, was chosen to represent the Philippines in the Mister World 2014 pageant.
Spainhour, 26 years old, is a former Marine Corp Scout Sniper in the US assigned in Iraq for five years. After he served the military, he went to the Philippines in 2011.
46 male finalists
Below is the full list of contestants in the Mr World 2014:
- Argentina – Jose Ferrer Santillan
- Australia – Nick Kennett
- Austria – Philipp Knefz
- Bahamas – Devaughn Gow
- Bolivia – Anyelo Bryan Roca Roca
- Brazil – Reinaldo Dalcin
- Canada – Jin Stewart
- China Pr – Hong Zhen Tang
- Colombia – Tomas Marin
- Curacao – Zuemerik Clementino Richard Veeris
- Denmark – Nicklas Pedersen
- Dominican Republic – Braylin Miguel Vargas Nunez
- England – Jordan Williams
- France – Thibault Marchand
- Germany – Yasin Bozkurt
- Ghana – Nii Takie Laryea
- Guadeloupe – Borys Marester
- India – Prateek Jain
- Ireland – Karl Bowe
- Italy – Adamo Pasqualon
- Japan – Tsuyoshi Akaboya
- Korea – Jae Yeon Lim
- Latvia – Ivans Jevstignejevs
- Lebanon – Ayman Mousa
- Malta – Bjorn Demicoli
- Mexico – Jose Pablo Minor
- Moldova, Republic Of – Valeriu Gutu
- Netherlands – Demian Overduijn
- Nigeria – Emmanuel Ifeanyi Ikubese
- Northern Ireland – Dwayne Andrew Kerr
- Paraguay – Joaquin Sandoval
- Peru – Diego Conroy
- Philippines – John Spainhour
- Poland – Michal Rostek
- Puerto Rico – Alberto Martinez
- Romania – Bogdan Mierla
- Russia – Miles Makkarti
- South Africa – Matthew Cole Fincham
- Spain – Jose Ignacio Ros
- Sri Lanka – Angelo Barnes
- Swaziland – Bonelelwe Khulekani Makhanya
- Switzerland – Bruno Viglezio
- Turkey – Efekan Akal
- Ukraine – Bogdan Iusypchuk
- Venezuela – Jesus Antonio Casanova
- Wales – Michael-Rae Formston