India set to host Miss World 2023

The world’s most coveted beauty pageant, Miss World, will take place in India this year.

The official announcement was made by Julia Morley, Chairman of the Miss World Organisation, at a press conference in Delhi’s Oberoi hotel yesterday Thursday.

Representatives from 140 countries will be present in India over 30 days.

Speaking at the press conference, Miss World 2021 Karolina Bielawska said, “We are going to spend the entire month with 140 nations here in India. I believe that you have the greatest hospitality in the entire world it’s my second time here and you have always welcomed me with open arms. You made it feel like home.

“And also, India stands for the same values as Miss World. It represents diversity. I actually discovered that India shares core values like unity, respect, and kindness, something which I believe as well,” Bielawaska said.

The date and venue for Miss World 2023 will be announced in the upcoming months. Last year’s Miss World pageant, the 70th, took place at Puerto Rico’s José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum.

A total of 89 countries will be participating in this year’s competition, and participants will come from Aruba, Australia, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, the British Virgin Islands, Croatia, Denmark, Ethiopia, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, India, Kazakhstan, Laos, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar, New Zealand, Romania, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Suriname, Thailand, and Zambia.

22-year-old Sini Shetty is going to represent India at this year’s 71st Miss World pageant. She was crowned as Femina Miss India 2022.

Polish model, Karolina Bielawska was crowned Miss World 2021. She became the second Polish woman to win Miss World after Aneta Kręglicka, who won the title in 1989. Karolina is currently in India and has been busy with social work all across the country. She will also crown her successor at the Miss World 2023 event.

The 71st Miss World Beauty Pageant will follow many significant events that have taken place in India within the past few months, including the Dior fashion show at the Gateway of India and the fashionable appearances at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center.

Umar Ali
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