Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh crowned Miss World 2019

Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica is the 69th Miss World

Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica is the 69th Miss World

(Jamaica Observer) Toni-Ann Singh, Miss Jamaica World is Miss World 2019.

Singh, who had secured her place in the top 40 by winning the talent competition at the “Beauty with a Purpose” Gala Dinner in London, advanced to the final round of the competition along with Miss Nigeria, Miss Brazil, Miss India and Miss France.
She now becomes the fourth Jamaican to win the title — Carole Joan Crawford in 1963, Cindy Breakspeare in 1976 and Lisa Hanna in 1993.             
Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica is the 69th
In addition to dancing to Jamaican singer Koffee’s Toast, she also performed her version of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing” live.
Singh was ahead of France who was second and India who was third.

Singh won from a field of 114 contestants at the 69th edition of the pageant in London today.

Caribbean 360 News Report

Toni-Ann Singh became the fourth Jamaican to win the Miss World title.

LONDON, England, Monday December 16, 2019 – Toni-Ann Singh won Miss World 2019 over the weekend to become the fourth Jamaican winner of the title.

“To…all the girls around the world – please believe in yourself. Please know that you are worthy and capable of achieving your dreams,” the 23-year-old student tweeted on Saturday after winning the title at the 69th edition of the pageant in London.

She beat 111 other contestants after impressing the judges with her answers to a variety of questions and singing Whitney Houston’s ‘I Have Nothing’.

Singh is a women’s studies and psychology student at Florida State University who aspires to be a medical doctor. Previously she worked as president of the Caribbean students association on campus.

Jamaica’s Culture Minister Olivia Grange, reacting to Singh’s victory, said the beauty queen was “a most deserving winner” and she had made the entire country proud.

“She is an outstanding young woman with a wonderful personality, a beautiful soul, and extraordinary talent. She represented Jamaica so well during this competition and now we all have an amazing new Miss World. Toni-Ann is clearly the best choice,” Grange said.

“We are all walking on air, especially the girls at the Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation location in St Thomas — Toni-Ann is so passionate about her parish and women’s issues — and she has been working with us at the Ministry to make a difference in the lives of the young girls who attend the Centre.”

The other Jamaicans who won the title before Singh were Carole Joan Crawford in 1963, Cindy Breakspeare in 1976 and Lisa Hanna in 1993.

Source: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/jamaica-wins-miss-world#ixzz68PXUtUQr

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  • Chandra Panday  On December 15, 2019 at 4:38 am

    Well Deserved..

    Look at her Re- action when Julia Morley announced..

    Miss Jamaica 🇯🇲

  • Clyde Duncan  On December 15, 2019 at 12:00 pm

  • Joy Laesch  On December 15, 2019 at 4:23 pm

    Hail Jamaica! Land of wood &:water,
    Land of beauty & culture,
    Where pretty girls come from.
    Congrats Toni- Ann Singh …well done!

  • Trevor  On December 16, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    Latinos, East Indians and African-mixed girls are getting more popular these days than the usual refined flour bread type of females.

    Trini man in an ABC country tell me that most of the locally grown females get fat and hate on men that they deliberately make themselves ugly to scare off men. This is also being emulated by certain Guyanese here too, wouldn’t say who, but to quote from Freddie Kissoon, they are “middle class”.

    Women of colour, as they state abroad, are more beautiful than a pale-skin. Be proud of your melanin because we don’t live in caves!

    • Emanuel  On December 17, 2019 at 3:22 am

      Trevor, the cake baked in the sun is sweeter. Nutin better than Jamaican patties and cakes.

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