Miss Universe Jamaica 2023 is Jordanne Lauren Levy


Jordanne Lauren Levy was crowned Miss Universe Jamaica 2023 in a national competition held on Sunday, August 20 at AC Hotel in Kingston.

The 27-year-old medical doctor from the capital city succeeds last year's winner Toshami Calvin and will now prepare to represent Jamaica at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador.

Robyn Kiira Lloyd and Deborah Gordon were the first and second runners-up, respectively, while Gabrielle Henry, Ashlie Barrett, and Tyra Spaulding were the rest of the Top 6 finalists.

Completing the Top 15 were Nikelle Marier, Olivia Alex, Shanice Rerrie, Tia Dryden, Tika Rutherford, Lianne Fullwood, Sara-Dee Palmer, Seana’Kaye Wright, and Zaria Diarra.

According to her bio, the new Miss Universe Jamaica attributes her strong work ethic to the values instilled in her by her parents and grandparents who taught her the importance of dedication and hard work, shaping her into who she is today.

Jordanne dreams of one day starting a family while pursuing her vision of owning a state-of-the-art medical aesthetic spa.

Photos: Miss Universe Jamaica / Instagram

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