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Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 is Aché Abrahams

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Miss Maracas Valley, Aché Abrahams, was crowned Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 in a glittering competition held on Sunday, November 6 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain. The 23-year-old creative artist, a mental health advocate, and social activist residing in Cantaro, Santa Cruz, beat 16 other finalists to win the national title. She succeeds last year's winner Jeanine Brandt and will now prepare to represent her country at the 71st Miss World pageant. Miss Cunupia, Dania Duntin and Miss Arima, Jemima Pierre were respectively announced as the first and second runners-up while Miss Claxton Bay, Janelle Pirmal and Miss San Juan, Savannah Sandy rounded out the Top 5 finalists. The rest of the Top 10 were Miss Carenage, Lystia Mulzac; Miss Diamond Vale, Emma-Leigh Aqui; Miss Glencoe, Gabriella Jagmohan; Miss Marabella, Felicia Ramoutar; and Miss Morvant, Brenique Richards. Fast track challenge winners who won a guaranteed spot into the Top 10 we

Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Talent Competition

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The last of the five fast track challenges for the Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 pageant, the Talent Competition, was held on Sunday, October 30 at Estate 101 in Maraval. At the end of the impressive showcase of talents, the Top 3 were announced and they are Miss Carenage, Lystia Mulzac; Miss Cunupia, Dania Duntin; and Miss Maracas Valley, Ache Abrahams. One winner of this challenge will also automatically earn a spot in the Top 10 during the final on November 6 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain. Photo: Dominic Ross /  Miss World Trinidad & Tobago RELATED POSTS: Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Beauty With A Purpose Top 5 finalists announced Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Top Model Competition Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022: Meet the Top 17 finalists

Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Beauty With A Purpose Top 5 finalists announced

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The Top 5 finalists for the Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Beauty With A Purpose (BWAP) fast track challenge have been officially announced. This challenge showcases the contestants' inspirational projects and the social causes they advocate. The winner will automatically earn a spot in the Top 10 which will be announced during the final on November 6 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain. Following a lengthy and deliberative selection process, the chosen finalists are Miss Cunupia, Dania Duntin; Miss Maracas Valle, Ache Abrahams; Miss San Juan, Savannah Sandy; Miss Arima, Jemima Pierre; and Miss Diamond Vale, Emma-Leigh Aqui. View this post on Instagram A post shared by #WeddingPhotographer (@raj.vphotography) Photos:  Rajiv Photography / Miss World Trinidad & Tobago RELATED POSTS: Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022: Meet the Top 17 finalists Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Top Model Competition

Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 Top Model Competition

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The Miss World Trinidad and Tobago (MWTT) 2022 Top Model Competition took place on Saturday, October 15 at the Toyota Showroom South Park in San Fernando. At the end of the competition, Miss Arima (Jemima Pierre), Miss Maracas Valley (Aché Abrahams), and Miss Plymouth (Karielle Ramsden) were announced as the Top 3 and the winner will be revealed during the grand final on Sunday, November 6 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain. Also during the event, Daronte Guadeloupe was chosen as the Top Designer with a custom dress worn by Miss Arima. The winning dress was made from bridal satin and hand painted with acrylic fabric paint and consisted of a bustier and an eight-panel gore coat, paired with bell trousers. It was made with over 10 yards of fabric and evokes regality and epitomizes elegance and sophistication. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Miss World Trinidad & Tobago (@missworldtrinidadandtobago) Photos: Ross Phot

Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022: Meet the Top 17 finalists

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Seventeen young women were selected to compete in the upcoming Miss World Trinidad and Tobago 2022 final. They were officially revealed last September 4 at The Brix, Autograph Collection in Port of Spain. Following a series of pre-pageant activities and training, the final competition will take place on November 6 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA). Last year's winner Jeanine Brandt will crown her successor at the culmination of the event. The next Miss World Trinidad and Tobago will represent her country at the 71st Miss World pageant. Here are the names of this year's finalists: Miss Arima - Jemima Pierre Miss Arouca - Tinesha Williams Miss Carenage - Lystia Mulzac Miss Chaguanas - Gabbi Pope Miss Claxton Bay - Janelle Pirmal Miss Cunupia - Dania Duntin Miss Diamond Vale - Emma-Leigh Aqui Miss Diego Martin - Ornella Mendoza Miss Glencoe - Gabriella Jagmohan Miss La Horquetta - Nattola Williams Miss Marabella - Felicia Ramoutar Miss Maracas Valley - Ache Ab

Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago 2022 is Tya Jané Ramey

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Miss Arouca, Tya Jané Ramey, bested 23 other contestants to win Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago 2022 on Sunday, September 11 at Queen’s Hall in Port of Spain. The 24-year-old athlete, dancer, alto saxophonist, and social work and social policies graduate is a former Miss World Trinidad and Tobago winner who placed in the Top 40 at Miss World 2019 and was awarded the Miss World Caribbean title. Amanda Ameerali and Tishanna Mitchell were the first and second runners-up, respectively while Sihle Letren, Maya Underwood, and Candiesha Joseph rounded out the Top 6 finalists. Last night's national competition established the return of the twin island country to the Miss Universe pageant after five years. The new Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago, who also bagged the Miss Photogenic award, was crowned by former Miss Universe and one of the judges Wendy Fitzwilliam. She will now prepare to represent her country at the 71st Miss Universe pageant in the first quarter of 2023. View

Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago 2022: Meet the contestants

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Trinidad and Tobago last joined Miss Universe in 2017 and after five years, the country is all set to return to the prestigious pageant. Last June, Trinidad and Tobago's leading pageant academy Crowns & Sashes has been announced as the country's new franchisee for Miss Universe. A total of 24 beautifully confident women have been chosen to participate in the upcoming national competition and the lucky winner will represent her country at the 71st Miss Universe pageant. Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago 2022 "The Return" coronation night will take place this Sunday, September 11 at Queen’s Hall, St. Ann's, Port of Spain. Tickets for the final event are available on the official website . Who will be the next Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago? Here are the names of the 24 contestants vying for the title: Alliyah Mentor Amanda Ameerali Arianne Dookheran Arielle Khan Candiesha Joseph Christina Thomas Imani Whiskey Jhenique Joseph Justine Edwards Kenelle Alphonse K

Trinidad and Tobago's Jeanine Brandt releases statement on controversial Miss World video

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Reigning Miss World Trinidad and Tobago Jeanine Brandt released an official statement on the controversial video clip of her presentation for the 70th Miss World Beauty With A Purpose Head to Head Challenge that circulated on social media. The beauty queen claimed thousands of children in Trinidad and Tobago live in poverty, sleep on cold grounds in makeshift homes, and have limited or no access to running water, food, school, and healthcare. Her critics complained it was an inaccurate portrayal of life in the dual-island Caribbean nation. "Over the past two years, I have worked assiduously through my NGO The Brandt Beauty Foundation to aid and support underprivileged communities. My intention was never to portray our twin-island nation in a negative light or to bring ill repute to the Miss World Trinidad and Tobago Franchise," she said in her official statement. The Miss World Trinidad and Tobago Organization also expressed full support to Jeannie and were disheartened over