Post-Pageant Analysis of Miss World 2019

14 Dec 2019 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss World 2019, the 69th edition of Miss World, hosted its grand finale on 14th December 2019 in Excel London, United Kingdom where Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica was crowned the new queen. This year’s edition boasted of spectacular performances by the delegates who won over everyone’s hearts at the competition.


Post-Pageant Analysis of Miss World 2019


The coronation night was hosted by the stunning Miss World 2013 Megan Young from Philippines and famous host Peter Andre who kept the audience entertained throughout the show. Miss World Organization Chairperson Julia Morley took to responsibility of announcing the winners yet again this year.

With sets of grandeur and impressive production, Miss World witnessed scintillating performances throughout the competition. While the delegates worked hard to survive the grueling fast track competitions, the winners kept moving to the Top 40. This edition was again hosted in the Top 40-Top 12-Top 5. 

Jamaica took home its fourth Miss World crown this year. Toni-Ann Singh gave an incredible performance singing ‘I Have Nothing’ in her soulful voice. Jamaica has been performing incredibly well in Miss World since 2015 winning a placement in the Top in almost every year.


Post-Pageant Analysis of Miss World 2019


India’s Suman Rao impressed everyone at Miss World this year with her amazing performance as she won the second runner-up position at the pageant, missing the title by minuscules. If India would have been crowned Miss World, the country would have dominated Miss World with seven wins.

France’s Ophely Mezino also made it to Top as she was awarded the first runner-up position. France made it to a top placement yet again as it has since 2015. The country has performed consistently well in the pageant. Cook Islands also made it to Top 12 again after 2018 with stunning performance by its delegate.

Nepal’s delegate Anushka Shrestha was another stunner at this year’s Miss World contest as she won the coveted Beauty with a Purose award. Nepal won the most prestigious award of the competition for the second consecutive time in a row proving that the country is not behind in giving spectacular performance in the pageant.

All in all, the 69th edition was a huge success as it witnessed impressive performances by the delegates who gave their all to winning the crown for their respective countries. We wish our heartiest congratulations to the winners.