Miss World 2017 winner
Miss World 2017 winner: This heart-warming answer won India’s Manushi Chhillar the crown
Manushi Chhillar of India sacks the Miss World 2017 crown again for the 6th time in exhibition’s history, sharing the record of having the most win with Venezuela, amid the royal celebration night on Saturday night, November 18 (CST). She bested 118 ladies from everywhere throughout the world in a bubbly function held at the Sanya City Arena in Sanya, China.
In the wake of 17 monotonous years, the powerhouse nation in the Miss World event takes the crown back to her nation, which brags any semblance of Aishwarya Rai, Priyanka Chopra, and numerous other people who vanquished the world stage in the wake of winning the renowned title.
Joining her court are Andrea Meza of Mexico and Stephanie Hill of England, who both put as first and second princess to Chhillar, separately.
The 20-year-old Indian magnificence had an extreme fight winning the crown, she edged the Question and Answer Round in the Top 5 with Magline Jeruto of Kenya and Aurore Kichenin of France. In the Top 10, she struggled with Achintya Holte Nielsen of Indonesia, Solange Sinclair of Jamaica, Polina Popova of Russia, Adè van Heerden of South Africa and Ha-eun Kim of South Korea.
Finishing the Top 15 are delegates from El Salvador, Nigeria, Japan, Macau China and Mongolia, who won the People’s Choice Award 2017.
The semifinalists were chosen through a fastidious procedure through the no holds barred test, quick track rivalry, and judges pick. Forty women were progressed in this round, including competitors from Argentina, Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, China, Colombia, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Liberia, Malta, Moldova, Nepal, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Sweden, Ukraine, United States, Venezuela, and Vietnam.
For the unique honors, Miss Philippines Laura Lehman stowed the Beauty With A Purpose Award (BWAP) for a venture upholding the foundation of Milk Banks in her nation.