Miss World 2021: Official Top 40 contestants announced

Miss World Organization has officially announced the remaining 25 contestants who were chosen by the judges to join the 15 fast track winners back in Puerto Rico this March.


They will arrive in the host country on March 12 while the rest of the 97 contestants will only be featured in the broadcast of the 70th Miss World final, which will air live on March 16 at 8 p.m. ET (local time) from the Coliseo De Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in San Juan.

Meet the official Top 40 contestants:

Argentina – Amira Hidalgo

Bahamas – Sienna Evans

Botswana – Palesa Mofele

Brazil – Caroline Teixeira

Cameroon – Audrey Monkam

Canada – Svetlana Mamaeva

Chile – Carol Drpic

China – Jiang Siqi

Colombia – Andrea Aguilera

Cote D'Ivoire – Olivia Yacé

Czech Republic – Karolína Kopíncová

Dominican Republic – Emmy Pena

Ecuador – Ámar Pacheco

England – Rehema Muthamia

France – April Benayoum

Guinea – Nene Bah

Hungary – Lili Tótpeti

Iceland – Hugrún Birta Egilsdóttir

India – Manasa Varanasi

Indonesia – Carla Yules

Ireland – Pamela Uba

Kenya – Sharon Obara

Madagascar – Nellie Anjaratiana

Malaysia – Lavanya Sivaji

Mexico – Karolina Vidales

Mongolia – Burte-Ujin Anu

Nepal – Namrata Shrestha

Nicaragua – Sheynnis Palacios

Northern Ireland – Anna Leitch

Paraguay – Bethania Borba

Philippines – Tracy Perez

Poland – Karolina Bielawska

Puerto Rico – Aryam Díaz

Somalia – Khadija Omar

South Africa – Shudufhadzo Musida

Sri Lanka – Sadé Greenwood

Trinidad and Tobago – Jeanine Brandt

United States – Shree Saini

Venezuela – Alejandra Conde

Vietnam – Do Thi Ha

Source: Miss World

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