The full draw of for the Miss World 2017 Head-to-Head Challenges took place with Frankie Cena presiding over. And Miss Philippines Laura Lehmann was drawn for Group 17 along with the representatives of Myanmar (Myat Thiri Lwin), Serbia (Andjelija Rogic), Lesotho (Mpoi Mahao), Thailand (Phatlada Kullaphanphat) and Turkey (Asli Sumen).
How will this work?
The Head to Head Challenge events will all take place between October 21st and November 15th at different locations visited by the contestants during the Miss World 2017 Festival. 20 Groups of 6 Countries to go head to head for a place in the Top 40 Round (the number of countries in each group may be adjusted according to the final number of contestants). The winner of each Challenge Group will automatically qualify for the Miss World Top 40 Round.
Online Live Streaming for the Challenge –
1. The 6 Nations in each group with make their opening remarks followed by a presentation of themselves. This can be a combination of live presentation and pre-recorded VT. The maximum total time for each presentation (including VT) is 2 minutes.
2. After the presentations, the contestants will answer questions from the presenter and online community. This process will be part of a Group discussion and will last for approximately 8 minutes.
3. Finally, every contestant will answer the question of the day (30 to 45 seconds for each nation to answer)
Mechanics for Judging –
The public will be asked to choose the winner of each Group via a free vote. The presenter will open the vote to the public after the opening presentations. Voting will remain open until the start of the next Challenge event when the winner of the previous Head to Head Challenge will be announced.
Watch out for updates about Laura’s Group 17 Head-To-Head Challenge soon!