The Miss World 2019 results have been announced and the winner is Toni-Ann Singh who was representing Jamaica in the Miss World contest. She had reached the top 5 contestants list. Amongst the other countries apart from India were France, Jamaica, India, Brazil and Nigeria. Miss France, Ophely Mezino and Miss India, Suman Rao are declared the 1st and 2nd Runner-Up. Suman Rao held the third position and while the hopes of Indians are disheartened, we congratulate Toni, from the bottom of our hearts. For those who do not know, Toni is pursuing women’s studies and is a psychology student at Florida State University. She aspires to be a medical doctor and has previously worked as president of the Caribbean students association on campus. In her free time, Toni enjoys singing, cooking, vlogging, volunteering and singing as per the website description. Her special talent includes singing classical opera amongst various other things. Toni’s mother is of the prime importance to her who has facilitated her dream by supporting her in every way possible.


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The audience was really supportive of the event that took place in London. The Twitter handle of Miss World gave us time to time update about whatever was going on in the show. They had also revealed how interesting question the head judge Piers Morgan was asking to the contestant in the show. Miss World event's Twitter handles shared how the crowd is reacting amazingly in London and they mentioned how they've "never seen so many country flags".

Coming back to India's Suman Rao, we couldn't help but take our eyes off the breath-taking beauty that Suman Rao looked in the show. She was wearing a white bedazzled dress. While she was not able to win the crown she at least won the third place for India. We still remember the time Suman Rao expressed her surprise over winning the Miss India pageant. She had said, "The fact that I am Miss India is sinking in... I am doing fine now. Of course, it is a dream, right? For me, before the competition started, winning was important and that is why I was working towards it. I am always focused and sincere. But now I know that more than the result, the desire of winning is important because that drives me to stay focused,"

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