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2021

Miss World 2021 Live Blog Full Results

16 Dec 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss World 2021, the 70th edition of the Miss World, will be held on 16th December 2021 at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica will crown her successor at the end of the event finale.

The 2020 edition was cancelled due to the rampant spread of covid-19 across the world. This year, the swimsuit competition will return after a five-year hiatus.

Check the live stream of Miss World 2021 here –

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Below are the results of Miss World 2021 (updated as and when announced) –

Miss World 2021 –

1st Runner-up –

2nd Runner-up –

Top 5

Top 12

Top 30

Palesa Molefe Miss World Botswana 2021

Audrey Monkam Miss World Cameroon 2021

Olivia Yacé Miss World Cote d'Ivoire 2021

Rehema Muthamia Miss World England 2021

Manasa Varanasi Miss World India 2021

Sharon Obara Miss World Kenya 2021

Karolina Vidales Miss World Mexico 2021

Burte-Ujin Anu Miss World Mongolia 2021

Namrata Shrestha Miss World Nepal 2021

Sheynnis Palacios Miss World Nicaragua 2021

Bethania Borba Miss World Paraguay 2021

Tracy Perez Miss World Philippines 2021

Shudufhadzo Musida Miss World South Africa 2021

Shree Saini Miss World United States of America 2021

Alejandra Conde Miss World Venezuela 2021

CONTINENTAL QUEENS OF BEAUTY

Africa

Americas

Asia

Caribbean

Europe

Oceania

CHALLENGE EVENTS

Head to Head Challenge

Palesa Molefe Miss World Botswana 2021

Audrey Monkam Miss World Cameroon 2021

Olivia Yacé Miss World Cote d'Ivoire 2021

Namrata Shrestha Miss World Nepal 2021

Sheynnis Palacios Miss World Nicaragua 2021

Bethania Borba Miss World Paraguay 2021

Tracy Perez Miss World Philippines 2021

Alejandra Conde Miss World Venezuela 2021

Top Model - Olivia Yacé from Cote d'Ivoire

Sports Challenge - Karolina Vidales from Mexico

Talent Competition - Burte-Ujin Anu from Mongolia

Multimedia Competition

Beauty with a Purpose

Rehema Muthamia from England

Manasa Varanasi from India

Sharon Obara from Kenya

Tracy Perez from Philippines

Shudufhadzo Musida from South Africa

Shree Saini from USA

The contestants competing for Miss World 2021 are Joanna Kiose representing Albania, Ruth Carlos representing Angola, Amira Hidalgo representing Argentina, Mirna Bzdigian representing Armenia, Daria Goncharevich representing Belarus, Celine Van Ouystel representing Belgium, Markeisha Young representing Belize, Alondra Mercado representing Bolivia, Adna Biber representing Bosnia and Herzegovina, Caroline Teixeira representing Brazil, Phum Sophorn representing Cambodia, Audrey Monkam representing Cameroon, Svetlana Mamaeva representing Canada, Rashana Hydes representing Cayman Islands, Carol Drpic representing Chile, Andrea Aguilera representing Colombia, Tamara Dal Maso representing Costa Rica, Olivia Yacé representing Ivory Coast, Alvinette Soliana representing Curacao, Karolína Kopíncová representing Czech Republic, Emmy Pane representing Dominican Republic, Ámar Pacheco representing Ecuador, Nicole Alvarez representing El Salvador, Rehema Muthamia representing England, Lucila Benita representing Ecuatorial Guinea, Karolin Kippasto representing Estonia, Rediet Berhanu representing Ethiopia, Emlia Lepomäki representing Finland, April Benayoum representing France, Monique Mawulawe representing Ghana, Janice Sampere representing Gibraltar, Anna Pavlidou representing Greece, Prescilla Larose representing Guadeloupe, Michelle Calderón representing Guatemala, Nene Bah representing Guinea, Itchacénia Da Costa representing Guinea- Bissau, Erlande Berger representing Haiti, Dayana Bordas representing Honduras, Lili Tótpeti representing Hungary, Manasa Varanasi representing India, Carla Yules representing Indonesia, Maria Farhad representing Iraq, Pamela Uba representing Ireland, Claudia Motta representing Italy, Khalia Hall representing Jamaica, Tamaki Hoshi representing Japan, Sharon Obara representing representing Kenya, Tara Hong representing Korea, Phonvilai Luanglath representing Laos, Emilie Boland representing Luxembourg, Jia Ni Yuan representing Macau, Nellie Anjaratiana representing Madagascar, Lavanya Sivaji representing Malaysia, Naomi Dingli representing Malta, Angélique Sanson representing Mauritius, Karolina Vidales representing Mexico, Tatiana Ovcinicova representing Moldova, Burte-Ujin Anu representing Mongolia, Natalija Labovic representing Montenegro, Annerie Mare representing Namibia, Namrata Shrestha representing Nepal, Lizzy Dobbe representing Netherlands, Sheymmis Palacios representing Nicaragua, Oluchi Madubuike representing Nigeria, Anna Leitch representing Northern Ireland 2021, Amine Storrod representing Norway, Krysthelle Barretto representing Panama, Bethania Borba representing Paraguay, Paula Montes representing Peru, Tracy Perez representing Philippines, Karolina Bielawska representing Poland, Lidy Alves representing Portugal, Aryam Diaz representing Puerto Rico, Naomie Nishimwe representing Rwanda, Claudia Todd representing Scotland, Penda Sy representing Senegal, Andrijana Savic representing Serbia, Khai Ling Ho representing Singapore, Leona Novoberdaliu representing Slovakia, Maja Colic representing Slovenia, Shudufhadzo Musida representing South Africa, Bakhita Nhial representing South Sudan, Tyler Theophane representing St. Lucia, Ana Garcia representing Spain, Sade Greenwood representing Sri Lanka, Gabriella Lomm Mann representing Sweden, Julianna Rugumisa representing Tanzania, Jeanine Brandt representing Trinidad and Tobago, Amani Layouni representing Tunisia, Dílara Korkmaz representing Turkey, Elizabeth Bagaya representing Uganda, Aleksandra Yaremchuk representing Ukraine, Shree Saini representing United States, Adisha Penn representing US Virgin Islands, Valentina Camejo representing Uruguay, Alejandra Conde representing Venezuela, Do Thi Ha representing Vietnam, Olivia Harris representing Wales

The finale will begin at will begin at 9:30 am (Local Time) from the Coliseo De Puerto Rico, San Juan. Check your country timings from the list below –

San Juan, Puerto Rico              Thur, 16 Dec 2021 at 09:30  

Delhi, India                                 Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 05:30

Manila, Philippines                    Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 08:00 

Bangkok, Thailand                    Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 07:00 

New York, USA                         Thur, 16 Dec 2021 at 19:00  

Caracas, Venezuela                  Thur, 16 Dec 2021 at 20:00  

Dublin, Ireland                           Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 00:00  

Adelaide, Australia                    Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 11:00 

Cape Town, South Africa           Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 02:00 

Jakarta, Indonesia                     Fri, 17 Dec 2021 at 07:00

Mexico City, Mexico                  Thur, 16 Dec 2021 at 18:00.