70th Miss World: Top 40 semi-finalists arrive back in Puerto Rico for the final competition


The 70th Miss World Top 40 semi-finalists have arrived back in San Juan, Puerto Rico for the final competition this Wednesday, March 16 at Coca-Cola Music Hall.

After more than 2 years and the unfortunate cancellation of the event last December, Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica, the longest-reigning Miss World in history will finally crown her successor.

The highly-anticipated event will feature a musical performance by the Puerto Rico Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Miss World Musical Director Angel Velez, and a special tribute to the organization’s mission and legacy over the course of its tenured history will be made by Miss World 1975, Wilnelia Merced Forsyth

TV personality Peter Andre and one of Latin America’s top actors and singers, Fernando Allende will serve as hosts.

Here are some of the semi-finalists enjoying the Puerto Rican sun:

Venezuela and Colombia

Northern Ireland and England

Mongolia and Nicaragua

Kenya

Philippines

Czech Republic

Photos: Miss World

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