Poland’s Karolina Bielawska won the title of Miss World 2021

Date:

Poland’s Karolina Bielawska was titled as the winner of Miss World 2021. The international beauty pageant was held on March 17 at the Coca-Cola Music Hall – Puerto Rico, as it was delayed due to COVID-19. Indian-American Mr Shree Saini from the United States of America was declared the first runner-up. In contrast, Olivia Yeses of Côte d’Ivoire was the second runner-up.

The official Miss World handle tweeted, “Our newly crowned Miss World Karolina Bilawska from Poland, 1st runner up from USA Mr Saini, and 2nd runner up Olivia Yeses from Cote d’Ivoire,” tweeted the official Miss World handle. Manasa Varanasi represented India at Miss World 2021 and reached the top 13 positions but could not make it to the top 6.

Advertisement

This year marked the 70th edition of the Miss World pageant. Miss World Toni-Ann Singh, reigning from Jamaica, crowned Karolina Bilawska. She was also seen performing in ‘The Prayer’ to show his support for Ukraine amid the war against Russia.

Sharing a picture of the performance on Twitter, the Miss World handle wrote, “Our current Miss World Toni-Ann Singh prays while lighting candles around the world to stand with Ukraine. No dry eye in the arena #mwcandlesforukraine.

According to the Miss World Organization, Karolina is a business student with a bachelor’s degree in management. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree and is also a model. His goal is to become a TV host and motivational speaker.

Traveling is her passion, while she enjoys swimming and scuba diving. Karolina is also passionate about voluntary work and continues to support the homeless.

Share post:

spot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

Total Energies halted its investments in the Adani Group

Total Energies said it would no longer invest $4 billion with the Adani Group in a green hydrogen project.

Dominica: Parliament discusses the growth of the country’s people

The House of Assembly conducted the first meeting of the 11th Parliament's first session on February 7, 2023.

British Banks received billions to cover COVID loan loss

British banks have received more than £4.4 billion from taxpayer money to cover defaults on the £77 billion of state-guaranteed loans.

Pakistan: Crimes against Ahmadiyya Muslims are increasing

In Pakistan, crimes are often committed against the Ahmadiyya Muslim community by Muslim community members, gangs, and even the police.