While there are still ten ladies competing for the Miss World talent competition, the race seems to tighten between two contestants. As of the press time, Miss Philippines Catriona Gray and Miss Hungary Tímea Gelencsér are neck-to-neck when it comes to the number of public votes. The winner of the talent contest will be in the top
Ther is also a separate public poll via Miss World app. The winner of the app voting will be automatically placed at the Top
Miss Philippines Catriona Grays talent is singing while Miss Hungary Tímea Gelencsérs is acrobatic show. Both women are also the Top 2 in the current Hot Picks for Miss World by Missosology.
Voting for the winner of talent competition is easy. Simply download the Mobstar App and find the profile Miss World. There you can view the top 10 talent finalists, swipe right if you like it and left if you dont. The contestant with the most YES votes will win Miss World Talent
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Miss Puerto Rico crowned Miss World ; Miss India makes it to Top 20
Yaritza Miguelina Reyes Ramirez of the Dominican Republic and Miss World Indonesia Natasha Mannuela were runners-up. India’s Priyadarshini Chatterjee only made it to the top
Miss World Mireia Lalaguna Royo crowned the year-old Del Valle — the second Puerto Rican to hold the title after Wilnelia Merced won it in The winner was ecstatic as she sat down to be crowned. In India, the event was aired live on Zee Café.
https://images.indianexpress.com//08/1x1.pngDel Valle hopes to get into the entertainment industry. Miss Puerto Rico Stephanie Del Valle has her hair groomed after winning the Miss World Competition in Oxen Hill, Maryland, U.S. (Source: Reuters)
The top five included Kenya, Indonesia, Dominican Republic and the Philippines. Miss India World, Chatterjee from Delhi, lost out on the title after making it as a quarterfinalist at the pageant, though she did feature in the top five of the Beauty With a Purpose title, which was eventually won by Miss Indonesia Mannuela.
The last time an Indian won the Miss World crown was Priyanka Chopra in Other Indians who won the title in the past include Reita Faria (), Aishwarya Rai (), Diana Hayden () and Yukta Mookhey ().
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A Delhi-based girl from Guwahati, Priyadarshini was the first candidate from the northeastern region at the Miss World pageant. All of 20, she is a student of sociology. She was happy to “represent a civilisation as old as time itself, the land of myriad cultures, traditions, languages and religions” at the gala, she had said in her introduction video for the contest.
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This was the 66th edition of the gala, which put the contestants through a series of challenges and interviews to determine who will win the coveted title of Miss World and become the ambassador of the motto ‘Beauty with a Purpose’.Miss Puerto Rico Stephanie Del Valle waves after winning the Miss World Competition. (Source: Reuters)
Puerto Rico is apparently the 17th country with multiple Miss World winners. At this years pageant, there were several other participants with Indian ancestry, such as Miss Japan Priyanka Yoshikawa, Miss Fiji Pooja Priyanka and Miss Singapore Bhaama Padmanathan.
The Miss World pageant, created in Britain by Eric Morley in , is the oldest surviving major international beauty contest. It is one of the three most publicised beauty contests in the world, alongside the Miss Universe and Miss Earth contests.
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Stephanie Del Valle, the Puerto Ricann model, has been crowned Miss World. Stephanie Del Valle is a student who speaks Spanish, English and French and hopes make it into the entertainment industry. Stephanie pipped other contestants to win the crown. In the final round, Stephanie Del Valle beat models from Kenya, Indonesia, Dominican Republic and the Philippines to win Miss World But there is much more to this stunning pageant queen who outshined other beautiful girls. She stunned the judges and enthralled the audiences with her singing talent at the pageant. (ALSO READ: Who Wore What: Celeb stylefiles of Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kangana Ranaut and Aditya Roy Kapoor)Also Read - Fast radio burst linked to alien source discovered
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Stephanie Del Valle is all of 19 years old and dons several hats. She is a musician, a model and now an international beauty queen. A student of the Pace University in New York City, Stephanie Del Valle is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree majoring in communications with a minor in pre-law. (ALSO READ: Stunning hot photos of Miss World Stephanie Del Valle traveling the globe are sparking our wanderlust!)
2. She speaks three international languages
Being a Puerto Rican, Stephanie Del Valle is fluent in Spanish as well as English (they are the official languages of Puerto Rico). Besides these, she is also fluent in French. (ALSO READ: Melania Trump : Donald Trump’s wife and former model undergoes a massive style evolution!)
3. She is only the second Puerto Rican to win the title
Crowned only the second Miss World from Puerto Rico after Wilnelia Merced who won the title back in , the gorgeous Stephanie competed in the Miss Mundo de Puerto Rico, representing the municipality of Toa Baja where she dominated the talent competition. (ALSO READ: Tiffany Trump: Donald Trump’s daughter beats the US President-elect in popularity?)
4. She loves food!
Stephanie Del Valle is not just a self-confessed perfectionist and a musical theater lover, she talks too fast when she is excited, loves spending time with her family… and most of all she l-o-v-e-s food! Her favs? Chocolates, french fries and her mum’s cooking. We imagine she has her genes and super high metabolism to thank for that physique! (ALSO READ: Anushka Sharma, Deepika Padukone and other celebs who rocked the distressed denim trend in !)
5. She is a Grammar Nazi
Turns out, Stephanie Del Valle absolutely abhors incorrect grammar. No really! Try making a mistake when she’s around. (ALSO READ: Malaika Arora and Iulia Vantur’s matching red outfits have us swooning for more!)
6. She refuses to heed negativity
Stephanie Del Valle refuses to pay any attention to negative comments. She refuses to be surrounded by negativity and will only heed criticism if it’s constructive. (ALSO READ: OMFG! Ranveer Singh’s eye popping outfit is outrageously INSANE and we LOVE it!)
7. She loves to strum the guitar
The year-old beauty loves to learn songs on her guitar when she is bored and loves listening to her nieces playing together and laughing. She also loves to receive letters in the mail… old-school style. (ALSO READ: OMG! Taapsee Pannu and Parineeti Chopra redefine the Little Black Dress and the Little White Dress!)
8. 18 is her lucky number
Stephanie’s favorite number is 30 and her lucky numbers are 3 and That shouldn’t come as a surprise since she was crowned Miss World on December… 18! (ALSO READ: Sunny Leone looks delightfully ravishing as the Desi Girl for her brother’s wedding!)
9. School of Rock is her favorite movie
Stephanie Del Valle loves the Jack Black-starrer School of Rock (seriously, who doesn’t!) and apparently knows not just the dialogues from the film but also its soundtrack like the back of her palm.
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Annual international beauty pageant competition
Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant that is run by the United States–based Miss Universe Organization. It is one of the most watched pageants in the world with an estimated audience of over million viewers in over territories. Along with Miss World, Miss International, and Miss Earth, Miss Universe is one of the Big Four international beauty pageants.
The Miss Universe Organization and its brand are currently owned by the Endeavor.Telemundo has the licensing rights to air the pageant for the next 5 years. The pageant's advocacy is "humanitarian issues and is a voice to affect positive change in the world."
The current Miss Universe is Andrea Meza of Mexico who was crowned on May 16, in Hollywood, Florida.
The title "Miss Universe" was first used by the International Pageant of Pulchritude in This contest was held annually until , when the Great Depression and other events preceding World War II led to its demise.
The current Miss Universe pageant was founded in by Pacific Knitting Mills, a California-based clothing company and manufacturer of Catalina Swimwear. The company was the sponsor of the Miss America pageant until , when the winner, Yolande Betbeze, refused to pose for publicity pictures wearing one of their swimsuits. In , Pacific Knitting Mills organized the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, co-sponsoring them for decades to follow.
The first Miss Universe Pageant was held in Long Beach, California in It was won by Armi Kuusela from Finland, who gave up her title, though not officially, to get married, shortly before her year was completed. Until , the Miss Universe title, like that of Miss America, was dated by the year following the contest, so at the time Ms. Kuusela's title was Miss Universe Since its founding by Pacific Mills, the pageant has been organized and conducted by the Miss Universe Organization. Eventually, Pacific Mills and its subsidiaries were acquired by the Kayser-Roth Corporation, which was in turn acquired by Gulf and Western Industries.
The pageant was first televised in CBS began broadcasting the combined Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants in , and as separate contests in More than 30 years later, Donald Trump bought the pageant in from ITT Corp, with a broadcasting arrangement with CBS until  During this time, in , Miss Universe, Inc. changed its name to the Miss Universe Organization, and moved its headquarters from Los Angeles to New York City. By late , Trump entered into a joint venture with NBC, which in outbid the other markets for the TV rights. From to , the pageant was broadcast in the United States on NBC.
In June , NBC cancelled all business relationships with Trump and the Miss Universe Organization in response to controversial statements about illegal immigrants who crossed the border from Mexico. As part of the legal settlement, in September , Trump bought out NBC's 50% stake in the company, making him the company's sole owner. Three days later, he sold the whole company to WME/IMG. Following the change of ownership, in October , Fox and Azteca became the official broadcasters of the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants. The current president of the Miss Universe Organization is Paula Shugart, who has held this position since 
During the CBS telecast era, John Charles Daly hosted the Miss Universe Pageant from to , Bob Barker from to , Alan Thicke in , John Forsythe in , Dick Clark from to , Bob Goen from to , and Jack Wagner in and During the NBC telecast era, Billy Bush hosted the Miss Universe Pageant from to and , Andy Cohen in and , and Thomas Roberts in and Daisy Fuentes, Nancy O'Dell, Mel B and Natalie Morales are currently the only females to have hosted the event multiple times (from to , and , and , and from to and , respectively).
During the Fox telecast era from to , Miss Universe was hosted annually by Steve Harvey. The backstage correspondents include Roselyn Sanchez in , Ashley Graham from to , Olivia Culpo in In , the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA brands were split from the Miss Universe Organization into their independent organization, run by Crystle Stewart, while the broadcast rights to the Miss Universe Pageant was split between Telemundo and FYI. Mario Lopez returned as host in (alongside Culpo) after hosting for NBC in
Main article: List of Miss Universe countries
To gain participation in Miss Universe, a country needs a local company or person to buy the local rights of the competition through a franchise fee. The fee includes the rights of image, brand and everything related to the pageant. Often the owner of the franchise returns the franchise to the Miss Universe Organization, which resells it to a new stakeholder. The reselling of the franchise from one owner to the next is recurrently common in the history of the event, sometimes for contractual breaches or financial reasons. The number of participants is inconsistent because of the franchising of the pageant paired with problems related to the calendar.
Usually a country's candidate selection involves pageants in the nation's local subdivisions, where local winners compete in a national pageant, but there are some countries who opt for an internal selection. For example, from to , Australian delegates were chosen by a modeling agency. Although such "castings" are generally discouraged by the Miss Universe Organization, Jennifer Hawkins was chosen to represent the country in Miss Universe in (where she would eventually win the crown). When Australia resumed its national pageant in the following year, Michelle Guy became Miss Universe Australia
Recent countries that became involved in the pageant since the s decade include Gabon and Lithuania (), Azerbaijan (), Sierra Leone (), Cambodia, Laos and Nepal (), Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia (), Bangladesh and Equatorial Guinea (), Cameroon (). Nepal is the most recent newcomer to place in the semifinals in Miss Universe after making into the Top 10 in , while Botswana remains the most recent first-time entry to ever win Miss Universe on its debut year (in Mpule Kwelagobe in ), and Angola is the most recent country to obtain its first ever national win in Miss Universe (in Leila Lopes in ).
Cultural barriers in the swimsuit competition have prevented some countries from participating, while others like Mozambique have not participated because of the prohibitive cost of the event. The Miss Universe has historically proven popular in regions like the Americas, Africa and Asia, especially in countries like U.S.A., Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand, all of which have appeared in the semifinals multiple times in the last decade.
As of , only two countries have been present at every Miss Universe since its inception in Canada and France. Since its inception, Miss Universe strictly prohibits age fabrication, and all contestants are not allowed to be pregnant throughout the entire competition (and for winners, up to their reign). This posts a problem, however, for several European countries, which allow year-old contestants to compete in their pageants. Miss Universe enforces a minimum age of 18 for contestants. National titleholders under 18 years of age must be replaced by their runner-up or another candidate in the main pageant. In recent years, virtually all Miss Universe candidates are required to be at least university degree holders or working professionals from their onset of stints in their national pageants.
Beginning in , openly transgender women were allowed to compete, as long as they won their national pageants. Six years after this rule went into effect, Angela Ponce of Spain became the first openly transgender candidate to compete in the contest, in the  edition. In , Swe Zin Htet became the first openly lesbian woman to compete in Miss Universe. Spain's Patricia Yurena Rodríguez is currently the highest-placed LGBT member at Miss Universe, placing second to Venezuela's Gabriela Isler in , but did not come out until years after the competition.
Throughout the history of Miss Universe, the main contest has varied widely in terms of annual scheduling, though it has consistently been held over a two-week period between September and December since From the s through the s, the pageant was a full month long, allowing time for rehearsals, appearances, and the preliminary competition, with the winner being crowned by the previous year's titleholder during the final competition.
According to the organizers, the Miss Universe contest is more than a beauty pageant, though they are expected to participate in swimsuit and evening gown competitions. Women aspiring to become Miss Universe must be intelligent, well-mannered, and cultured. If a candidate is unable to perform well during the question and answer round, she is often eliminated.
Normally, the placements of the finalists are determined by a ranked vote, where each judge ranks each of the final candidates (3 in ), with the contestant posting the lowest cumulative score (thus often, but not necessarily always, the contestant with the most number one votes) becoming the winner. If there is a tie, the higher semifinal scores become decisive. In the previous editions, the results of the preliminaries are cleared for the final and the competition resumes with the finalists.
The winner then signs a contract with the Miss Universe Organization that can last from seven to eighteen months and becomes the Miss Universe of the year of the competition in question (the contests for , and were held in , and , respectively). In some years the competition is advanced or delayed. The new Miss Universe takes office immediately and takes on a public cause in which she becomes the ambassador for a year to spread messages about the control of diseases, peace, and public awareness of AIDS (though the organization's more recent humanitarian works have included various causes such as the rights of women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community). Aside from the job, the winner also receives a cash allowance for her entire reign, a New York Film Academy scholarship, a modeling portfolio, beauty products, clothes, shoes, as well as styling, healthcare, and fitness services by different sponsors of the pageant. She also gains exclusive access to events such as fashion shows and opening galas, as well as access to casting calls and modeling opportunities throughout New York City. Between and , the winner is given the use of a Trump Place apartment in New York City during her reign, which she shares with the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA titleholders.
If the winner, for any reason, cannot fulfill her duties as Miss Universe, the 1st runner-up takes over. This protocol has happened only once as of , when Panama's Justine Pasek succeeded Russia's Oxana Fedorova as Miss Universe in after the latter's dethronement later that same year. Aside from the main winner and her runners-up, special awards are also given to the winners of the best National Costume, Miss Photogenic, and Miss Congeniality. The Miss Congeniality award is chosen by the delegates themselves. In recent years, Miss Photogenic has been chosen by popular internet vote (the winner used to be chosen by media personnel covering the event).
All the contestants compete in a preliminary round of judging (called the "Preliminary Competition") where the field is narrowed to a select number of semifinalists. This number has fluctuated over the years. The first Miss Universe pageant had ten semifinalists. For the next two years, the number of semifinalists grew to In , the number dropped to a stable 15, which remained through In , the number was reduced to That number was further reduced to 10 in This lasted until , when the contest reinstated the Top This selection continued to be the norm until , except in and to In , and , there are 20 semifinalists (with currently featuring the most competing contestants overall). The group was expanded to 21 semifinalists in , the highest number of spots in the first cut so far in the pageant's history.
From to , there were 16 semifinalists, 15 chosen by judges and one chosen through Internet votes. In the edition, there were 13 semifinalists - 12 chosen by judges panel during the evaluation phase period to the preliminary night and one chosen by Twitter and Vodi app. In , 16 semifinalists were selected from 4 different groups each hailing from a different region in the world - Africa & Asia-Pacific, Europe, The Americas - and a wild card group (which was composed of all the other candidates who did not qualify in their respective continental competitions. In this group, there was also the Miss Internet). In and , this number rose from 4 to 5, totaling 20 semifinalists. In the edition, the regional selection was removed. 20 semifinalists were chosen by judges and 1 through Internet votes on the Miss Universe and Lazada app, totaling 21 semifinalists (highest number of spots in the first cut so far in the pageant's history). The last time (before ) there was no regional selection was in
In the early years, the contestants were judged in swimsuit and evening gown only. The contestants are also judged based on on a variety of issues that vary from posture at events or interviews to your presence on social networks. The summit of the contest is the grand televised final that is held each year in a different international city, in which the semifinalists are known and progressively advance to the final stage of the questions. In this last stage, the runners-up are named and the winner is crowned as the new Miss Universe. Prior to the coronation night, the contestants also compete in a preliminary interview round in a one-on-one meeting with each individual judge (mostly closed-door sessions). The live interviews round for the semifinalists became a separate segment in , and was reinstated to introduce the semifinalists between and
The edition marked the first time that the Miss Universe pageant included the live opening statements after the semifinalists have been announced, to be included in the overall results in determining the winner of the competition. The edition marked the first (and so far, only) time ever in Miss Universe pageant's history that the remaining finalists are required to deliver their live closing statements, to be included in the overall results, right before the announcement of the winner of the competition.
Crowns of Miss Universe
The crown of Miss Universe has changed nine times over the course of its year history.
- Romanov Imperial Nuptial Crown () as the first crown, was previously owned by the now-defunct Russian monarchy. It was used by Armi Kuusela in 
- Romanov Diadem Crown or Metal Bronze Crown () — When Christiane Martel of France became Miss Universe , the nuptial crown was replaced by a metallic bronze crown. She was the only Miss Universe titleholder to wear this crown.
- Star of The Universe (–) — This crown was used from to It was named as such due to the star shape at the top of the crown. It is made up of approximately 1, Oriental cultured and black pearls set in solid gold and platinum and only weighed pounds. It was insured for US$,
- Lady Rhinestone Crown or Coventry Crown (–) — This crown was purely made from rhinestones, debuting in as part of the 10th anniversary of the Miss Universe pageant. Only Marlene Schmidt from Germany and Norma Nolan from Argentina wore this crown. In , renowned jeweler Sarah Coventry reinvented the rhinestone crown which featured a female figure (holding a scepter) as its main centerpiece. The cheaper cost of its rhinestone design made it possible to create exact replicas of the crown to be given to outgoing titleholders. The design was slightly modified in for the wearer's convenience, and was dubbed as The Lady Crown. This was used until , when Denise Quinones became its last crown holder before relinquishing her role as Miss Universe, and the Mikimoto Pearl company accepted the offer to sponsor a commemorative crown for the Miss Universe Organization during the same year's 50th overall edition for the pageant.
- Mikimoto Crown (–; –) — used from to for the 50th commemorative anniversary of the Miss Universe organization, this crown was designed by Tomohiro Yamaji for the Mikimoto Company, the official jewel sponsor of the Miss Universe Organization. The crown depicted the phoenix rising, signifying status, power and beauty, as stipulated in their sponsorship deal. The crown has natural colorless diamonds of almost 30 carats (g), South Sea and Akoya pearls, ranging in size from 3 to 18mm diameter and is valued at US$, The crown was designed for the pageant on Mikimoto Pearl Island in Japan with the Mikimoto crown and tiara being first used for Miss Universe , which was unveiled by former proprietor Donald Trump. Among pageant connoisseurs, the Mikimoto crown is reputedly the most sought among beauty title holders, before finally being retired for use after Catriona Gray became the last Miss Universe winner to ever use the crown on her reign until
- CAO Crown () — In , Dayana Mendoza of Venezuela was crowned with a tiara designed by a tandem of Rosalina Lydster and Dang Kim Lien of CAO Fine Jewelry. The crown was valued at US$,, was made of an 18 karat combination of white and yellow gold and composed of over 1, precious stones, including white diamonds (30 carats), cognac diamonds (14 carats), 10 smoky quartz crystals (20 carats) and 19 morganite gemstones (60 carats). The yellow lustre of the gold represents the prosperous thriving economy in Vietnam as symbolized by a Vietnamese Crane heron. However, Mendoza declined to use this crown and thus insisted on the Mikimoto crown when she crowned her compatriot, Stefanía Fernández as her successor.
- Diamond Nexus Crown (–) — From to , Diamond Nexus Labs made the Miss Universe crown. The crown is set with 1, gemstones, weighing a total of carats (g). It contains grams of 14k and 18k white gold as well as platinum. The crown features synthetic rubies to represent Miss Universe's HIV/AIDS education and awareness platform. Diamond Nexus Labs is the first ever eco-friendly Official Jeweler of Miss Universe and was selected as part of NBC Universal's "Green is Universal" initiative.
- DIC Crown (–) — From to , Paulina Vega, Pia Wurtzbach, and Iris Mittenaere were decorated with the DIC Crown, estimated to be worth US$, and produced by Czech company Diamonds International Corporation (DIC). The whole production process took approximately four months and required the work of ten artisans. The crown is reminiscent of the Manhattan Skyline and is composed of diamonds, 5 pieces of blue topaz, pieces of blue sapphire, 33 pieces of heat—fired crystals, and grams of 18k karat white gold. The grand total weight of the crown is grams. This crown was retired in due to a copyright infringement and subsequent payment issues between DIC and the Miss Universe Organization.
- Mouawad Power of Unity Crown (–present) — On December 5, , the new jeweler of the Miss Universe Organization, Mouawad Jewelry, revealed the Mouawad Crown that is estimated to be worth US$5 million, making it the world's most expensive beauty pageant crown on record. The crown consists of Golden Canary Diamond that weighs carat. According to Pascal Mouawad, the crown symbolizes Ambition, Diversity, Community, and Beauty.
Gallery of Miss Universe crowns
For full list and details, see List of Miss Universe titleholders.
|Edition||Country||Titleholder||National Title||Venue of Competition||Number of Entrants|
|Mexico||Andrea Meza||Mexicana Universal||Hollywood, Florida, United States||74|
|South Africa||Zozibini Tunzi||Miss South Africa||Atlanta, Georgia, United States||90|
|Philippines||Catriona Gray||Binibining Pilipinas||Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand||94|
|South Africa||Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters||Miss South Africa||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||92|
|France||Iris Mittenaere||Miss France||Pasay, Manila, Philippines||86|
Gallery of winners
Miss Universe Organization
The Miss Universe Organization is the organization that currently owns and runs the Miss Universe pageant. Until , the organization also ran Miss USA and Miss Teen USA, until the licenses were purchased by Crystle Stewart.
Based in New York, the organization is owned by WME/IMG. The current president is Paula Shugart. The organization sells television rights to the pageants in other countries.
Miss Universe Organization titleholders
The following is a list of all Miss Universe Organization titleholders from the founding of each pageant until the separation of Miss USA and Miss Teen USA into a separate organization in
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Kenya’s Evelyn Njambi Thungu went close to being crowned Miss World as she made the Top 5 list along with fellow competitors from Puerto Rico, Indonesia, the Dominican Republic and Phillipines.
In the end, Miss Puerto Rico, Stephanie Del Valle, emerged winner of the Miss World beauty pageant which took place on Sunday night at the National Harbour in Washington D.C.
Second place went to the Dominican Republic’s Yaritza Miguelina Reyes Ramírez whiles Natasha Mannuela of Indonesia won third place.
The only African who joined Miss Kenya in the Top 20 list was Miss Ghana. She dropped out as the list was whittled down to Evelyn at the close of the contest wore a red long dress as she applauded other winners on the night.
Fifteen years ago, Nigerian Agbani Darego, was named Miss World. She was the first Nigerian to win the accolade and Evelyn Njambi Thungu was looking to become the first Kenyan winner and to bring back the crown to Africa. But the continent has to wait a while longer.
Check out some photos from the colourful event
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All photos courtesy Reuters
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