You wouldn’t want to miss the #instagramlive chat of two Miss Universe titleholders – the reigning, Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa and the 2003 winner Amelia Vega of the Dominican Republic.
It will happen July 28, 1:30PM ET or around 1:30AM of Wednesday.
Miss World 2019 Toni-ann Singh of Jamaica lends us a queenly presence in her latest shots below.
It’s looking like she will have a long reign ahead with the next edition of the pageant reportedly happening middle of 2021 or even past that.
Meanwhile, Miss International 2019 Bint Sireethorn Leearamwat of Thailand glows in her latest photos taken by Wasunpas Photographer.
This sweet lady always projects a very likeable presence in all her shots. The gentle Thai spirit shines through very easily.
Finally, here are BTS shots of Miss Earth 2019 Nellys Pimentel during the official photoshoot for Miss Earth Puerto Rico 2021 held at The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico in San Juan.
She is raring to return to Manila once travel restrictions ease up.
Here is the reigning Miss World Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica beyond the face and the singing voice, plus her message to everyone amidst the crisis.
The Miss World titleholders from 2008-2019 (Credit: Thailandpageant)
We have always followed the Final Q&A of Miss Universe and how the eventual winner of each year delivered her answer on the way to the crown. For today, let us review Miss World and how the titleholders from 2008 to 2019 (Ksenia Sukhinova to Toni-Ann Singh
) handled their final speeches or questions that sealed the victory for each one of them.
I would appreciate if you can give your thoughts after, dear readers.
Now here is the winning answer of the reigning titleholder Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica.
Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh sets the record straight once and for all.
She does NOT have the #covid19 virus and advises everyone to be cautious about false information on social media.
During yesterday’s finals of Miss World 2019, one can already sense that Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica 🇯🇲 was the favored one to win. Aside from having a warm and giving personality that fits the pageant’s #BWAP brand, she also has the excellent singing talent that can be fully utilized in all of her public appearances worldwide. On a side note, she got the most exposure among the 111 candidates all throughout the telecast as well.
Congratulations, Toni Ann!
Congratulations to Toni Ann Singh of Jamaica 🇯🇲- for winning Miss World 2019
First Runner-Up Ophély Mézino of France 🇫🇷
Second Runner-Up Suman Rao of India 🇮🇳
Kudos to Miss Philippines Michelle Dee for making it to the Top 12 Semifinalists.