Miss World 2021: Karolina Bielawska From Poland Wins The Crown, India’s Manasa Varanasi Makes It To Top 13

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  • First and second runners-up were Shree Saini of the United States and Olivia Yacé of Cote D’Ivoire, respectively.
  • Toni-Ann Singh, the outgoing queen of Miss World 2019, crowned Karolina Bielawska the winner.
  • Manasa Varanasi of India did not make it to the top 6, but she was placed eleventh among the top 13 contestants.

Karolina Bielawska of Poland has been named Miss World 2021 in the 70th edition of the pageant, which took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She won the coveted title after defeating the United States, Indonesia, Mexico, Northern Ireland, and Cote d’Ivoire. Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica, Miss World 2019, crowned her successor in the finale.

The first and second runners-up, respectively, were Shree Saini of the United States and Olivia Yacé of Cote D’Ivoire.

Manasa Varanasi, who represented India in the Miss World competition, reached the Top 13 but was not chosen among the Top 6 winners.

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Karolina, who is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Management, wants to pursue her PhD, according to missworld.com. She is currently working as a model and aspires to be a motivational speaker.

Karolina is passionate about the voluntary work she is involved in, according to a post on the Miss World Organisation’s Instagram account. Her Beauty with a Purpose project, Zupa Na Pietrynie, helps homeless people in crisis on a daily basis, raises awareness about the issue, and fights social exclusion. Every Sunday, the organisation aims to provide over 300 people in need in Lodz, Poland, with hot meals, food packages, drinks, clothes, masks, legal advice, and expert medical help.

At 8 a.m. IST, a special event called Light 4 Ukraine was held in solidarity of the war-torn country.

Wilnelia Merced Forsyth, Miss World 1975, gave a special homage to the Miss World organization’s mission and legacy during the much-anticipated event.

Due to the increasing number of Covid cases, the contest was split into two parts, one in December 2021 and the other in March 2022.

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