Another week, another beauty pageant. Next up: Miss World. So what's Miss World? Is that the one with Miss America? Nope. How about Miss USA? Nope.

How about the runner-up to Miss California USA? Yup.

Miss World 2013

Miss World 2013 finalist Olivia Jordan of the United States of America poses during the top model competition on Sept. 24, 2013 in Nusa Dua, Indonesia. Miss World will be crowned on Saturday, Sept. 28. (Putu Sayoga, Getty Images / September 25, 2013)

The U.S. appoints a contestant to the Miss World pageant. This year is Olivia Jordan, who was the runner up at the Miss California USA 2013 pageant, and Miss Beverly Hills 2013 leading up to that pageant. She's a model and actress and 2011 graduate of Boston University who lives in Los Angeles who turns 25 on Sept. 28.

Her acting gigs, according to have been uncredited Party Guest in the movie "Ted" and uncredited Ring Girl in the film "Here Comes the Boom," although she's also set to appear as Bridesmaid 2 in "Hot Tub Time Machine 2."

So to be clear, Miss World isn't Miss Universe. That's where Miss USA will compete. That's in November. Miss America, which just wrapped up last week with its whirlwind of tattoos and racist reaction to the crowning of the pageant's first Indian-American winner, does not go on to compete in a global competition.

But Miss World is one of the oldest competitions, and is considered one of the global pageant scene's Big 4 alongside Miss Universe, Miss Earth and Miss International. Miss World began in 1951. This year's competition features 127 delegates from a variety of countries and territories around the world, so not a bad percentage of the planet (There's 193 to 196 countries in the world, depending on who you ask.)

The crowning of the new Miss World will be Saturday, Sept. 28 in Bali, Indonesia. The reigning Miss World is Yu Wenxia of China. The U.S. last won it in 2010, when Alexandra Mills was the victor. She was only the third person from the U.S. to hold the title.