Amani Layouni crowned Miss World Tunisia 2021

22 Oct 2021 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss World Tunisia organization hosted its coronation night for the title of Miss World Tunisia 2021 on 26 September, 2021 during a virtual event, where beauties from all over the country competed for the coveted title and earned the opportunity to represent Tunisia at the international stage. Amani Layouni was crowned as Miss World Tunisia 2021 at the end of the event finale. The crown was conferred by reigning queen Miss World Tunisia 2019 Sabrine Khalifa Mansour, as the pageant could not be held last year due to COVID-19.

The 22-year-old hails from Sousse and is a student of physical education at Institut Superieur de Sport et d'Education Physique. The beauty queen is a taekwondo practitioner and a member of the national taekwondo team of the country. Competing internationally for Tunisia, the taekwondo player won a silver medal at African games in year 2019.



She is no stranger to the pageant world, previously, she was crowned as Miss Sousse 2021 and Miss Combat 2020. She has an enchanting smile and a firm faith in working hard. She takes great care of her body and continuously strives to push herself to improve her game. Full of possibilities, she has been making her country proud in various fields.

She will now be representing Tunisia at the 70th Miss World pageant, where reigning Miss World, Toni-Ann Singh will crown her successor on December 16, 2021 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, José Miguel Agrelot. She now has the responsibility of achieving the first Miss World crown for her country as Tunisia is yet to make a win at the Miss World pageant. She succeeds Miss World Tunisia 2019 Sabrine Khalifa Mansour who made it to the Top 40 at Miss World 2019 finals.



Congratulations to the newly crowned queen!