- Jamaican beauty queen Toni-Ann Singh has won the title of Miss World
- Ladies from all over the world competed for the crown that was handed over to Toni-Ann
- This is the second major beauty contestant that is showing off black beauty after Zozibini Tunzi won Miss Universe
The Miss World beauty pageant took place on 14 December and beautiful young women from all over the globe competed for the coveted crown.
It was Jamaican contestant, Toni-Ann Singh, who walked away as the fairest of them all as she was crowned Miss World.
Her gorgeous smile and stunning voice, combined with her wonderful personality and striking beauty earned Toni-Ann the win.
Briefly.co.za gathered that France won the second place and India came in third.
Here's what the new Miss World had to say about her win:
"I want to make a change that's sustainable. So if we're talking women... it needs to be something that will make sure that their children and their children's children have a different value of life.
"It's OK to celebrate things like beauty and attributes like strength and those things. But this is so much more. There's no way I could chalk it up to just being about beauty, because that's the last on the list, honestly."
This comes shortly after Miss South Africa, Zozibini Tunzi, won the Miss Universe competition. Together, these lovely ladies are showing the world that there is something very special and magical about black beauty.
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