Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh clinches Miss World 2019 title, India bags third spot

WION Web Team New Delhi, India Dec 14, 2019, 10.35 PM(IST) Edited By: Sparshita Saxena

Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh. Photograph:( AFP )

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In a grand ceremony held in London, Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh was declared the winner.

The scintillating annual beauty pageant, Miss World 2019 came to an end on Saturday night after Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh bagged the title. 

In a grand ceremony held in London, Singh was declared the winner and was crowned the 69th Miss World.

Miss Jamaica defeated contestants from over 110 nations to clinch the coveted title.

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India's Suman Rao was among the top five finalists at the pageant and bagged the third spot after France's Ophely Mezino who came second.

Rao hails from Udaipur, Rajasthan. 

Mexico's Vanessa Ponce de Leon was crowned Miss World 2018 last year. 

Ponce de Leon was crowned Miss World by India's own Manushi Chhillar who had won the title last year. 

Last year's top five finalists at the beauty event included  Belarus' Maria Vasilevich, Jamaica's Kadijah Robinson, and Uganda's Quiin Abenakyo. 

India's Anukreethy Vas failed to make it to the top 30 in 2018.