Jamaican Tony An-Singh crowned the Miss World title of 2019 yesterday.
She said she wanted to use the nickname to work for "sustainable change" for women and children.
In response to a question about the value of beauty contests in today's world and the pursuit of equality and respect for women, Singh (23 years), who graduated from the University of Florida, said that for her beauty was the least important element in her achievement.
"I want to make a sustainable change," she told reporters, who was overwhelmed with happiness after winning the title in London, and received congratulations from her parents. If we talk about women ... she needs to be confident that her children and grandchildren have a different value in life. ” Singh did not specify the type of change you intended.
The closing ceremony included charming celebrations. The ceremony, which featured paragraphs by Peter Andre and actress Megan Young, concluded a three-week festival in which 111 contestants competed in a series of quick events to find a place among the 30 most beautiful girls.
These challenges, in which the beauty queens were tested, included multimedia, sports and talents, and also included a "journey through some of London's most well-known monuments that share its culture and rich heritage," according to the "Miss World" website.