Check out the creatively colourful Alternative Miss World 2014
Artist Grayson Perry, a host of the Alternative Miss World interviews contestant and eventual winner Miss Zero+.
Miss Zero+ is showered with confetti as she is crowned the winner of the Alternative Miss World 2014 and carried around the Globe Theatre in celebration.
Artist, sculptor and creator of the Alternative Miss World, Andrew Logan, appeared on stage after being lowered in from the ceiling.
Miss Pi Paulus (centre) on stage in the 'Daywear' round of the contest.
Contestants on stage during the Swimwear round.
Performers, hosts, and contestants who took part in the show.
Miss Neon Natal performs on stage in the 'Swimwear' round.
Miss Neon Natal walks out on to the stage in the 'Daywear' round.
Miss 3 Sheets To The Wind walks out onto the stage during the 'Evening-wear' Round.
Miss Enigma names Alan Turing as the person whom she would like to honour with a national holiday, during the 'Interview Round' of the contest.
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The competition has seen a host of very different entrants, including actors, artists, transvestites, disabled men and women, and even a robot entered.
Held at the famous Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on the Southbank of London, the event's very brightly coloured website says this year's theme was "neon numbers".
So what exactly is the Alternative Miss World about? "It's not about beauty - it's about transfomation... It's about creative free-reign, about the ordinary becoming extraordinary," says the site.
And the show certainly is extraordinary. With a host of different contestants ranging in age, race, and gender, there is no limit to the contestants' imagination with some contestants cross-dressing while another contestant turned her wheelchair into a boat car.
The format of the show stays true to beauty pageants like Miss World; there's day wear, evening wear, a swimsuit section, and even a personality interview.
Miss Zero+, whose real name is Sasha Forlova, beat out the competition to be named Alternative Miss World 2014.
This show is truly a celebration of all things weird and wonderful. It embraces diversity and encourages equality, and all with lots of colour, a bit of latex, and hundreds of sequins.
Check out some pictures of the show below: