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Miss World 2019
Toni Ann-Singh Miss World 2019.jpg
Toni-Ann Singh, Miss World 2019
Date14 December 2019
Presenters
Entertainment[1]
VenueExCeL London, London, United Kingdom
Broadcaster
Entrants111
Placements40
Withdrawals
Returns
WinnerToni-Ann Singh
 Jamaica
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Miss World 2019, the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 14 December 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom.[2] Vanessa Ponce of Mexico crowned her successor Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica at the end of the event.

Background

The official announcement was made on 19 February 2019, in Bangkok, by Miss World President Julia Morley, CEO Tanawat Wansom of TW Pageants, and guest Ashwani Kumar Rai. They announced a mid-December date for the contest.[3] However, on 2 July 2019, Morley and Vanessa Ponce, the reigning Miss World, appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan. Morley officially announced that the pageant will be held on Saturday, 14 December 2019, at ExCeL London and that Miss World 2020 will be held in Thailand in order to celebrate Miss World's 70th anniversary. The 2019 opening ceremony was held in London on 20 November. Contestants then competed in a series of fast track events around London.[4]

Result

Final result Contestant
Miss World 2019
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 12
Top 40

Continental Queens of Beauty

Continent Contestant
Africa
Americas
  •  Brazil – Elís Miele Coelho
Asia
Caribbean
Europe
Oceania


Judges

The judges' panel for Miss World 2019 were:

Challenge Events

Head-to-Head Challenge

Round 1

  •   Advanced to Round 2 of the Head-to-Head Challenge.
  •   Advanced to Round 2 of the Head-to-Head Challenge, but advanced to the Top 40 via judges' choice or a challenge event other than Head-to-Head Challenge.
  •   Advanced to the Top 40 via a challenge event other than Head-to-Head Challenge.
  •   Advanced to the Top 40 via judges' choice.
Group Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Country 4 Country 5 Country 6
1  Albania  England  Guyana  Honduras  Korea  Peru
2  Cook Islands  Guatemala  Ireland  Italy  Myanmar  Russia
3  British Virgin Islands  Iceland  Laos  Nicaragua  South Sudan  Venezuela
4  Armenia  Bolivia  Bulgaria  Kazakhstan  Mongolia  South Africa
5  Guadeloupe  Hong Kong  Moldova  Singapore  Spain  Sri Lanka
6  Brazil  Curaçao  Denmark  Ecuador  Malta  Northern Ireland
7  Equatorial Guinea  Hungary  Malaysia  Trinidad and Tobago  United States  Wales
8  Chile  Croatia  France  New Zealand  Paraguay  Scotland
9  Canada  Czech Republic  Indonesia  Portugal  Sierra Leone  Tunisia
10  Cayman Islands  Gibraltar  Mexico    Nepal  Poland  Tanzania
11  Colombia  Costa Rica  Japan  Luxembourg  Netherlands  Nigeria
12  Belgium  Jamaica  Panama  Slovenia  Turkey  U.S. Virgin Islands
13  Australia  El Salvador  Georgia  Guinea-Bissau  Puerto Rico  Slovakia
14  Bahamas  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Botswana  Haiti  India  Thailand
15  Antigua and Barbuda  Barbados  China  Greece  Samoa  Sweden
16  Argentina  Belarus  Finland  Kenya  Macau  Ukraine
17  Aruba  Dominican Republic  Ghana  Philippines  Rwanda N/A
18  Cambodia  Mauritius  Montenegro  Uganda  Vietnam
19  Angola  Bangladesh  Ethiopia  Kyrgyzstan  Senegal

Round 2

  •   Advanced to the Top 40 via the Head-to-Head challenge.
Group Country 1 Country 2
1  Brazil  Moldova
2    Nepal  Indonesia
3  China  Venezuela
4  Nigeria  Belarus
5  Mexico  Uganda
6  Philippines  Turkey
7  Mongolia  Guyana
8  Bangladesh  India
9  Ireland  Trinidad and Tobago
10  Paraguay  Georgia

Top Model

Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas won Top Model Competition and become the fourth quarter-finalist of Miss World 2019.[5][6]

Final result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 10
Top 40

Sports

Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite won the Sports Competition and became the first quarter-finalist of Miss World 2019.[7]

Final result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Team Challenge Winner
  • Green Team
Team (Top 32) Contestant
Red Team
Yellow Team
Green Team
Blue Team

Talent

Miss Jamaica, Toni-Ann Singh, was the winner of the Talent Competition and became the second quarter-finalist of Miss World 2019.

Final result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
Top 5
Top 27

Multimedia

Miss Nepal, Anushka Shrestha, was the winner of the Multimedia Competition and became the third quarter-finalist of Miss World 2019.

Final result Contestant
Winner
1st Runner-up
2nd Runner-up

Beauty With A Purpose

For the first time, all 10 finalists were placed in the Top 40 of Miss World 2019 due to their impressive projects and initiatives. Miss Nepal, Anushka Shrestha, received the award and will receive funding from the Miss World Organization for the establishment of her project.

Final result Contestant
Winner
Top 10

Contestants

111 delegates have been confirmed.

Country/Territory Contestant Age Hometown
Albania Albania Atalanta Kercyku[8] 20 Tirana
Angola Angola Brezana Da Costa 24 Luanda
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Taqiyyah Francis 26 St. John's
Argentina Argentina Judit Grnja 18 Villa Ángela
Armenia Armenia Liana Voskerchyan 20 Yerevan
Aruba Aruba Ghislaine Mejia 26 Oranjestad
Australia Australia Sarah Marschke 20 Sydney
The Bahamas Bahamas Nyah Bandelier 19 Eleuthera
Bangladesh Bangladesh Rafah Nanjeba Torsa 21 Chittagong
Barbados Barbados Che Amor Greenidge 26 Bridgetown
Belarus Belarus Anastasia Laurynchuk 19 Minsk
Belgium Belgium Elena Castro Suarez 19 Antwerp
Bolivia Bolivia Iciar Díaz Camacho[9] 23 Santa Cruz
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Ivana Ladan 21 Jajce
Botswana Botswana Oweditse Phirinyane Gofaone[10] 25 Gaborone
Brazil Brazil Elís Miele Coelho 20 Serra
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite[11] 22 Tortola
Bulgaria Bulgaria Margo Cooper 26 Sofia
Cambodia Cambodia Vy Sreyvin 20 Phnom Penh
Canada Canada Naomi Colford 19 Sydney
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Jaci Patrick 24 West Bay
Chile Chile Ignacia Albornoz Olmedo 18 Santiago
China China Li Peishan[12] 26 Beijing
Colombia Colombia Sara Arteaga Franco 26 Medellín
Cook Islands Cook Islands Tajiya Eikura Sahay 26 Avarua
Costa Rica Costa Rica Jessica Jiménez 26 San José
Croatia Croatia Katarina Mamić 23 Lika-Senj
Curaçao Curaçao Sharon Meyer 24 Willemstad
Czech Republic Czech Republic Denisa Spergerová 19 České Budějovice
Denmark Denmark Natasja Kunde[13] 18 Copenhagen
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic Alba Marie Blair 21 Jarabacoa
Ecuador Ecuador María Auxiliadora Idrovo 18 Guayaquil
El Salvador El Salvador Fatima Mangandi 27 Santa Tecla
England England Bhasha Mukherjee 23 Derby
Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Janet Ortiz Oyono 20 Malabo
Ethiopia Ethiopia Feven Gebreslassie 22 Addis Ababa
Finland Finland Dana Mononen 19 Helsinki
France France Ophély Mézino 20 Morne-à-l'Eau
Georgia (country) Georgia Nini Gogichaishvili 25 Tbilisi
Ghana Ghana Rebecca Kwabi 26 Accra
Gibraltar Gibraltar Celine Bolaños 22 Gibraltar
Greece Greece Rafaela Plastira[14] 20 Trikala
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Anaïs Lacalmontie[15] 22 Basse-Terre
Guatemala Guatemala Dulce María Ramos García[16] 22 Cuilapa
 Guinea-Bissau Leila Samati[17] 21 Bissau
Guyana Guyana Joylyn Conway 20 Georgetown
Haiti Haiti Alysha Morency 25 Port-au-Prince
Honduras Honduras Ana Grisel Romero 21 Olanchito
Hong Kong Hong Kong Lila Lam[18] 27 Hong Kong
Hungary Hungary Krisztina Nagypál 23 Budapest
Iceland Iceland Kolfinna Mist Austfjörð[19] 22 Reykjavík
India India Suman Rao 20 Udaipur
Indonesia Indonesia Princess Megonondo 19 Jambi
Republic of Ireland Ireland Chelsea Farrell[20] 19 County Louth
Italy Italy Adele Sammartino 24 Pompei
Jamaica Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh 23 Saint Thomas
Japan Japan Marika Sera[21] 16 Kanagawa
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Madina Batyk 20 Pavlodar
Kenya Kenya Maria Wavinya 19 Nyandarua
South Korea Korea Lim Ji-yeon[22] 20 Seoul
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Ekaterina Zabolotnova[23] 24 Bishkek
Laos Laos Nelamith Xaypannha[24] 19 Vientiane
Luxembourg Luxembourg Melanie Heynsbroek 19 Luxembourg City
Macau Macau Yu Yanan[25] 26 Macau
Malaysia Malaysia Alexis Sue-Ann Seow 24 Selangor
Malta Malta Nicole Vella 20 Valletta
Mauritius Mauritius Urvashi Gooriah 20 Port Louis
Mexico Mexico Ashley Alvídrez 20 Ciudad Juárez
Moldova Moldova Elizaveta Kuznitova 19 Tiraspol
Mongolia Mongolia Tsevelmaa Mandakh[26] 22 Ulaanbaatar
Montenegro Montenegro Mirjana Muratović 19 Podgorica
Myanmar Myanmar Khit Lin Latt Yoon[27] 22 Yangon
Nepal Nepal Anushka Shrestha 23 Kathmandu
Netherlands Netherlands Brenda Felicia Muste 23 Arnhem
New Zealand New Zealand Lucy Brock 24 Auckland
Nicaragua Nicaragua María Teresa Cortéz 19 Carazo
Nigeria Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas 21 Calabar
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Lauren Eve Leckey 20 Stoneyford
Panama Panama Agustina Ruiz Arrechea 25 Chitré
Paraguay Paraguay Araceli Bobadilla 20 Asunción
Peru Peru Angella Escudero 23 Sullana
Philippines Philippines Michelle Dee 24 Makati
Poland Poland Milena Sadowska 20 Oświęcim
Portugal Portugal Inês Brusselmans 24 Oeiras
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Daniella Rodríguez 21 Bayamón
Russia Russia Alina Sanko 20 Azov
Rwanda Rwanda Meghan Nimwiza 21 Kigali
Samoa Samoa Alalamalae Lata[28] 23 Apia
Scotland Scotland Keryn Matthew 24 Edinburgh
Senegal Senegal Alberta Diatta[29] 20 Ziguinchor
Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Enid Jones-Boston[30] 24 Freetown
Singapore Singapore Sheen Cher 22 Singapore
Slovakia Slovakia Frederika Kurtulíková 25 Bratislava
Slovenia Slovenia Špela Alič 22 Ljubljana
South Africa South Africa Sasha-Lee Olivier 26 Alberton
South Sudan South Sudan Mariah Joseph Maget 22 Juba
Spain Spain María del Mar Aguilera 21 Córdoba
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Dewmi Thathsarani 21 Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
Sweden Sweden Daniella Lundqvist[31] 20 Kalmar
Tanzania Tanzania Sylvia Sebastian 19 Mwanza
Thailand Thailand Narintorn Chadapattarawalrachoat 22 Pathum Thani
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Tya Janè Ramey 21 Port of Spain
Tunisia Tunisia Sabrine Mansour 24 Mahdia
Turkey Turkey Simay Rasimoğlu 22 Istanbul
Uganda Uganda Oliver Nakakande 25 Bombo
Ukraine Ukraine Marharyta Pasha 24 Kharkiv
United States United States Emmy Cuvelier[32] 23 Pierre
United States Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands A’yana Keshelle Phillips[33] 24 Saint Thomas
Venezuela Venezuela Isabella Rodríguez[34] 26 Petare
Vietnam Vietnam Lương Thùy Linh 19 Cao Bằng
Wales Wales Gabriella Jukes 23 Port Talbot

Notes

Returns

Last competed in 2006:

Last competed in 2015:

Last competed in 2016:

Last competed in 2017:

Designation

Replacements

Withdrawals

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