All about Miss World Jamaica 2022 Shanique Singh

07 Dec 2022 | Priya Bhardwaj

Shanique Singh was crowned Miss Jamaica World 2022 on Sunday, 4th December 2022 at Courtleigh Auditorium in Kingston. She succeeds and was crowned by Khalia Hall Miss Jamaica World of 2021. Shanique will now represent Jamaica at Miss World 2022.

Shanique held the title of Miss Howard Johnson Reality as she competed at the national competition. The 25-year-old won two fast-track events before winning the national crown; she won the Serengeti Talent Fast Track Event with her performance of a traditional Indian dance. She also won the Fort Clarence Beach Beauty Event.



Shanique Singh hails from Old Harbour in St. Catherine. She attended Marlie Mount Primary School and graduated from Ardenne High School. The stunning Jamaican beauty is a student at the University of the West Indies studying medicine and surgery and planning to become an obstetrician-gynecologist.

Singh is of Afro-Indian ethnicity. In 2016, she competed at a cultural competition in Trinidad where she was chosen by the National Council of Indian Culture to represent Jamaica at the Divali Nagar Competition, a yearly event staged to promote Indian culture in the region.



Jamaica held Lisa Hanna, a former Miss World, in high regards because, in addition to being beautiful, she was also a strong presence in the male-dominated area of Jamaican politics. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Shanique became a frontline worker and served those in need in Old Harbour while others were self-isolating and social-distancing. She is definitely a strong contender for the international crown.

Jamaica last won the Miss World competition in 2019 when Toni-Ann Singh was crowned the winner. She was the longest-reigning Miss World in the history of the pageant as she was crowned in the midst of the pandemic.