The Miss World crown went to Miss South Africa

The Miss World crown went to Miss South Africa

Ugandans will be left disappointed after their own Miss Uganda Leah Kalanguka, expected by many to fare well, flopped as another African Miss South Africa won the world crown.
Ladies and gentlemen welcome Miss South Africa, Rolene Strauss, the new Miss World 2014/15.
The 22-year-old beauty queen was crowned onstage at the competition’s grand finale at the Excel London ICC Auditorium on Sunday. Strauss, the daughter of a doctor and nurse, is a fourth-year medical student.

Miss World with her runners-up Miss Hungary Edina Kulcsar and Miss United States Elizabeth Safrit

Miss World with her runners-up Miss Hungary Edina Kulcsar and Miss United States Elizabeth Safrit

Donning a high, blue and golden jeweled crown and pale pink, off-the-shoulder, romantic-style, cleavage-baring, ruffled evening gown, Strauss waved and smiled at the crowd.
Strauss was among 122 contestants who competed for the coveted title this year. During the ceremony, contestants wore colorful costumes representing their countries and territories and several also took part in a group performance of the hit

ballad “You Raise Me Up,” made famous by Josh Groban.

After she was crowned, the remaining contestants on stage danced to LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem.” Group member Sky Blu, who wore a fairytale prince-like outfit, performed solo.

“Miss World 2014. Put your hands up, ya’ll!” he shouted. “Put those hands up! Oh yeah! We love girls all around the world. All around the world, we love girls. I love ya’ll.”

The two runners-up were:

2. Hungary: Edina Kulcsár, a former finalist of the 2009 Miss Plastic Hungary beauty pageant. The contest featured

contestants who had plastic surgery and aimed to promote the benefits of cosmetic procedures.

3. United States: Elizabeth Safrit, who represented North Carolina at the 2014 Miss United States pageant, has a BA in

political science from the University of Southern California and has been dancing since she was little.

The other contestants who made it to the top 10 were:

4. Australia: Courtney Thorpe, a marketing student

5. England: Carina Tyrrell, a med student at the prestigious University of Cambridge.

6. Guyana: Rafieya Husain, a business administration student

7. Brazil: Julia Gama, a chemical engineering student

8. Kenya: Idah Nguma, a marketing executive

9. Mexico: Daniela Álvarez Reyes, Miss Mundo Mexico

10. India: Koyal Rana, NGO and director of the Moksha Foundation

People’s Choice winner: Thailand: Nonthawan Nonthawan Thongleng, a singer, TV host and model

The ceremony also featured a tribute to Indian actress Aishwa
rya Rai, Miss World 1994.


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