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Miss Universe Bahamas 2024 is Selvinique Wright

Miss Andros, Selvinique Wright was crowned Miss Universe Bahamas 2024 on Sunday, May 12 at Atlantis Showroom in Paradise Island. The 31-year-old founder of the "Women's Health.. Us First" foundation will now prepare to represent the Bahamas at the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) in Mexico this November. Her foundation, which focuses on fibroids awareness, aims to promote education, foster research, build a supportive community, and advocate for better health. No stranger to pageantry, Selvinique is a former Miss Grand Bahamas who participated in Miss Grand International 2016 in Las Vegas where she placed in the Top 10 and bagged the Best in Swimsuit award. This year's Miss Universe Bahamas pageant which was themed "Destination Bahamas" featured 10 worthy contestants vying for the national title. Marechan Burrows of Paradise Island was named first runner-up while Daniella Dorsette of Acklins, Chelsea Cooper of Abaco, and Alexandria Pinder of New Provi

Miss Universe Bahamas 2024: Meet the contestants

The beautiful contestants vying for Miss Universe Bahamas 2024 were officially revealed on Friday, April 12 online. Ten women have been selected for the opportunity to compete for the national title currently held by last year's winner Melissa Ingraham . Melissa participated in the Miss Universe 2023 pageant in San Salvador, El Salvador last November. The next Miss Universe Bahamas will represent The Bahamas at the 73rd Miss Universe (Miss Universe 2024) in Mexico later this year. Meet the contestants: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Universe Bahamas ©🇧🇸 (@missunivsersebahamas) Miss Bimini - Lovena Blanc Miss Paradise Island - Marechan Burrows Miss Abaco - Chelsea Cooper Miss Acklins - Daniella Dorsette Miss Exuma - Tanya Knowles Miss Cat Island - Jeff’Ria Lunn Miss Long Island - Brenique Major Miss New Providence - Alexandria Pinder Miss Grand Bahama - Jerell Strachan Miss Andros - Sylvinique Wright Photos: Miss Universe Bahamas / Instagram

Miss Bahamas Universe 2022 is Angel Cartwright

Miss Long Island, Angel Cartwright, edged out eight other finalists to win the Miss Bahamas Universe 2022 competition on Sunday, July 31 at the Atlantis Showroom in Paradise Island. The 27-year-old private banker and conservationist from Nassau will represent The Bahamas at the Miss Universe 2022 pageant, whose date and venue are yet to be announced. Miss Abaco, India Davis, and Miss Andros, Natalya Pratt, were the first and second runners-up, respectively. The representatives of Cat Island, Bashar Isaacs, and Eleuthera, Rickia Bonimy completed the Top 5. Last year's titleholder and Miss Universe 2021 Top 10 placer Chantel O'Brian crowned her deserving successor at the end of the event. The new Miss Bahamas Universe holds a bachelor's degree from the University of The Bahamas, and both an MBA in international business and an MS in finance from the Florida International University. Angel supports the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) initiative on biodiversity conservation specif

Miss World 2021 Top 40: Argentina, Bahamas, Botswana, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China

The Miss World 2021 Top 40 will return to Puerto Rico to compete for the 70th Miss World final at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan on March 16. Meet the semi-finalists from Argentina, Bahamas, Botswana, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, and China: ARGENTINA  - Amira Hidalgo - After receiving a scholarship to University to study for a master's in Investigative Journalism, Amira also works as a Journalist and News Producer. She holds the position of TV host for a National News Broadcaster. Her dream job would be to be a war correspondent. She plays the violin and enjoys running in her spare time. Amira’s Beauty with a Purpose project “Arte para Ciegos” (Art for the blind) provides the visually impaired with tools to help them develop independence and greater accessibility. This included installing haptic plans with braille writing in places of interest including Palermo, Retiro, Modern Art Museum, and Puerto Madero. Since 2017, Amira has been working with the Nínawa Daher

Miss Bahamas Universe 2021 is Chantel O’Brian

Miss New Providence, Chantel O’Brian, was crowned Miss Bahamas Universe 2021 in a national competition held last Sunday, October 3 in Nassau. The 27-year-old entrepreneur who holds a bachelor's degree in business enterprise bested three other finalists to win her national title. She succeeds Shauntae Miller and will now prepare to represent the Bahamas at the 70th Miss Universe pageant in Eilat, Israel this December. Chantel is no stranger to pageantry as she previously held the title of Miss World Bahamas and went on to represent her country at the Miss World 2015 pageant in Sanya, China. The new Miss Universe Bahamas founded P.S. O’Brian Consulting, a company based in Nassau that offers pageant, runway, and etiquette coaching. Photo: CJermaine Photography