Gabriella Lomm Mann crowned Miss World Sweden 2021

21 Oct 2021 | Angelique Reyes

The Miss Sweden organization hosted an intimate coronation ceremony for Miss World Sweden 2021 where Gabriella Lomm Mann was crowned as the new queen. She succeeds Miss World Sweden 2019 Daniella Lundqvist for the title and will represent Sweden at the upcoming Miss World 2021 pageant.

A model by profession with CosModels Agency, Gabriella seems like a strong representative of the country at an international platform such as Miss World. She is also not new to the pageant world as she holds the title of Top Model of Norway 2019. Her experience in the pageantry along with her stunning beauty will definitely make her a front-runner for the title. She was also Miss Earth Sweden 2020.



As Sweden created history, 70 years ago, winning the first ever Miss World title for the country in the year 1951 and Sweden was also the first country to secure back to back wins of prestigious title of Miss World. After being crowned as the new queen, Gabriella took to her social media to share, “For 44 years ago Mary Stävin, later also Bond girl, took the stage in Miss World and won the crown home to Sweden. A big role model for me. Now 44 years later I am the one who will represent Sweden in Miss World on their 70th jubeleum in Puerto Rico in december. Pinch my arm?? Thank you to all of you who congratulated me when it went official yesterday night, it means everything to me. And Sweden I will do my best to take this home to Sweden now 70 years later.”

Miss World is the biggest and toughest international stage with an audience of over 900 million viewers in over 140 countries worldwide, and about 100 million will vote in the public rounds. Sweden is currently ranked among the Top 5 winning countries for the pageant.



Miss World 2021 will be the 70th edition of the Miss World pageant, scheduled to be held on December 16, 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.