Miss World 2021: Head to Head Challenge Draw


Following their exciting arrival on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico and check-in at the Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve, the contestants' Head to Head challenges commenced on Tuesday, November 23.

According to Miss World, the Head to Head Challenge is "a great way for each country to practice their interview skills as they speak about their passions and Beauty with a Purpose projects."

The results of each group order are as followed below:

Group One: Peru, Nepal, USA, Malaysia, Portugal, Bahamas

Group Two: Indonesia, El Salvador, Albania, England, South Africa, Mauritius

Group Three: Namibia, Slovakia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Singapore

Group Four: Poland, Sri Lanka, Cayman Islands, Scotland, Serbia, Honduras

Group Five: Angola, Bolivia, Ukraine, Japan, Sweden, Venezuela

Group Six: Norway, Kenya, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Guadeloupe, Belize

Group Seven: Jamaica, Czech Republic, Argentina, Netherlands, Mongolia, Equatorial Guinea

Group Eight: Estonia, Botswana, St Lucia, Iceland, Italy, Tunisia

Group Nine: Wales, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vietnam, Brazil, Moldova, Bulgaria

Group Ten: Ecuador, Madagascar, Chile, Northern Ireland, Luxembourg, Cameroon

Group Eleven: Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Philippines, Macau China, France, Gibraltar

Group Twelve: Nigeria, Panama, Mexico, Korea, Spain, Malta

Group Thirteen: Rwanda, Ireland, Belgium, Colombia, Curacao, Finland

Group Fourteen: Costa Rica, England, Hungary, Canada, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea

Group Fifteen: Iraq, Somalia, Nicaragua, Others TBC

Source: Miss World

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