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Miss Jamaica World 2022 is Shanique Singh

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Shanique Singh was crowned Miss Jamaica World 2022 from a field of 13 competitors on Sunday, December 4 at the Courtleigh Auditorium in Kingston. The 25-year-old medical student at the University of the West Indies also won the Beach Beauty, Talent, and Beauty With A Purpose fast track events. She has now succeeded last year's titleholder Khalia Hall and will now prepare to represent Jamaica at the 71st Miss World pageant. Lineisha Davis and Tahje Bennett were respectively announced as the first and second runners-up while Asheka Robinson and Toni-Ann Martin rounded out the Top 5 finalists. The new Miss Jamaica World will now embark on a wonderful journey of a lifetime raising her flag on the global stage and following the incredible footsteps of her predecessors. Her Beauty With A Purpose project is focused on the holistic approach to the reproductive and sexual health of females. Jamaica has won the Miss World crown four times with Miss World 1963 Carole Crawford, Miss World 1976

Miss Jamaica World 2022 Beach Beauty Fast Track winner announced

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The Miss Jamaica World 2022 Beach Beauty Fast Track competition was held on Sunday, November 6 at Fort Clarence Beach in St. Catherine. A total of 13 finalists paraded their swimsuit bodies to secure a spot in the Top 10 in the upcoming final on December 4 in Kingston. Miss Howard Johnson Realty, Shanique Singh, was awarded first place, and Miss RE TV, Lineisha Davis, in second place. Miss Courtleigh Hotel Group, Garisha Grant, and Miss Interlinc, Tashwania Buchanan, tied in third place. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss Jamaica World (@missjamaicaworld) Photos: Dash Productions / Miss Jamaica World

Miss Universe Jamaica 2022 is Toshami Calvin

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Toshami Calvin was crowned Miss Universe Jamaica 2022 on Saturday, September 3 at the Grand Ball Room of the AC Hotel by Marriot in Kingston. The 26-year-old beauty from St. Thomas is a registered behavior technician. In addition to her national title, she also bagged the Best in Evening Gown and Essence of Style Award. Rachel Silvera and Shanique Singh were the first and second runners-up, respectively. A total of 20 contestants took part in this year's competition. Last year's titleholder Daena Soares relinquished her reign at the end of the glittering event. The new Miss Universe Jamaica will now prepare to represent her beautiful island country at the 71st Miss Universe pageant in the first quarter of 2023. Jamaica has yet to win the Miss Universe pageant. Since its debut at the pageant in 1961, its highest placement so far was first runner-up in 2010 with Yendi Phillips. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Toshami Calvin (@tsccalvin) Photos: D

Miss Universe Jamaica 2022: Get to know the 20 contestants

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Miss Universe Jamaica 2022 final competition will take place on Saturday, September 3 at the Grand Ball Room of the AC Hotel by Marriot in Kingston. Last year's titleholder Daena Soares will crown her successor among 20 beauties at the end of the event. Jamaica first joined Miss Universe in 1961 but has yet to win the crown. Its highest placement was in 2010 when Yendi Phillips finished as first runner-up. The next Miss Universe Jamaica will represent the Caribbean island nation at Miss Universe 2022. Meet this year's official contestants: Kasey Graham - Miss Alletia's Beauty Retreat, 23, from Kingston, a marketing strategist Shante Jarrett - Miss Pier 1, 21, from St. James, student, model Celine Walters - Miss Klean Skin & Spa, 21, from Kingston, a biotechnology student Zasha-Kae Dennis - Miss Toyota Jamaica, 21, from St. Catherine, online reporter, producer, presenter Pershenia McGann - Miss Rafting on the Martha Brae, 26, from St. James, office court assistant c

Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 is Daena Soares

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Daena Soares bested nine other finalists to be crowned Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 in a gleaming national competition held last October 31 at the Hotel Riu Montego Bay in St. James. The 22-year-old beauty who hails from Jamaica's breadbasket parish, St. Elizabeth, holds a bachelor's degree in basic medical sciences from the University of the West Indies. She succeeds last year's winner, Miqueal-Symone Williams. Trishanie Weller and Lauren Less were named the first and second runners-up, respectively. The new Miss Universe Jamaica was also awarded Miss Photogenic and Miss Congeniality. She will now prepare to represent her country at the 70th Miss Universe pageant to be held in Eilat, Israel this December. Jamaica has yet to win the Miss Universe pageant. The country's highest placement was first runner-up in 2010 with Yendi Phillips. Photos: Miss Universe Jamaica

Reigning Miss World Toni-Ann Singh to attend Miss South Africa 2021

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Miss South Africa organization has just made another announcement today that reigning Miss World Toni-Ann Singh has been invited to attend the Miss South Africa 2021 final. The Jamaican beauty will grace the national event on Saturday, October 16 with Miss Universe 2020 Andrea Meza and Miss Supranational 2021 Chanique Rabe. They will also be joined by former Miss Universe winners from the Philippines and South Africa. "South Africa, as promised we are making history! From the Universe to Miss Supra and now the WORLD all under one roof," the organizers shared on social media. Miss South Africa 2021 will air live from the Grand Arena at GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World in Cape Town. Photo: Miss South Africa

Miss Jamaica World 2021 is Khalia Hall

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Khalia Hall bested 14 other contestants to be crowned Miss Jamaica World 2021 on Saturday, October 9 at the Courtleigh Auditorium in Kingston. The 25-year-old beauty holds a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Manchester in the UK. She will represent Jamaica at the Miss World 2021 (70th Miss World) finals in San Juan, Puerto Rico in December. Dominique Shorter and Melessa Vassell were the first and second runners-up, respectively. The new Miss Jamaica World succeeded Toni-Ann Singh, Jamaica's fourth Miss World and the longest-reigning Miss World due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jamaica won the Miss World title four times with Carole Crawford (Miss World 1963), Cindy Breakspeare (Miss World 1976), Lisa Hanna (Miss World 1993), and Toni-Ann Singh (Miss World 2019). Photo: Dash Productions / Miss Jamaica World