Miss World 2017 Is Manushi Chhillar Of India

Congratulations to her and all the other ladies!
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Miss India Manushi Chhillar, a 20-year-old student currently finishing her bachelor’s degree in medicine and surgery, is Miss World 2017!

During the question and answer portion, Miss India was asked, “Which profession deserves the highest salary and why?”

She answered, “Since I’m very close to my mother, I think a mother deserves the highest respect. And when you talk about salary, I don’t think it’s just about cash, but I feel it’s the love and respect that you give to someone. And I think my mom is, has always been, the biggest inspiration in my life. And all mothers—they just sacrifice so much for their kids. So the profession which deserves the highest salary, the highest respect and love, should be of a mother.”

Laura Lehmann, Philippines’ bet at the Miss World 2017 competition held on November 18, 2017, in Sanya, China, failed to make it to the top 15. In the second elimination round, the top 40 contestants, which included Miss Philippines, were cut down to 15 quarter finalists.

For the top 15, the first contestant called by one of the hosts, Miss World 2013 Megan Young, was Miss Mongolia, the People’s Choice winner. Here’s the list of the top 15 quarter finalists:

  1. Mongolia
  2. Russia
  3. Indonesia
  4. El Salvador
  5. Korea
  6. Nigeria
  7. South Africa
  8. Japan
  9. Mexico
  10. France
  11. Jamaica
  12. India
  13. Macau, China
  14. England
  15. Kenya

Immediately after a short break, the top 10 finalists were announced:

  1. Indonesia
  2. Russia
  3. England
  4. Korea
  5. Jamaica
  6. Mexico
  7. South Africa
  8. India
  9. Kenya
  10. France

AWARDING

The second half of the program began by giving the Beauty with a Purpose Humanitarian Award to Fr. Marciano “Rocky” Evangelista, the founder of Tuloy Foundation. The foundation is committed to giving abandoned street children a better life and a better future. The ceremony was made more touching with performances by the talented young singers Celine Tam and Jeffrey Li.

The ceremony was followed by the announcement of the top 5 candidates by one of the hosts, actress Angela Chow:

  1. England
  2. France
  3. India
  4. Kenya
  5. Mexico

Finally, the contestants were asked to answer one question each.

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While the crowd prepared for the announcement of the winners, Bulgarian-Russian singer Kristian Konstantinov Kostov sang “You Got Me Girl,” with the rest of the candidates walking the stage for the last time that night in their evening gowns. Miss World 2016 Stephanie Del Valle of Puerto Rico then said her final farewell and did her final walk.

Julia Morley, the chairwoman and chief executive officer of the Miss World Organization, ended the night by announcing the winners. Miss England Stephanie Hill was the second runner-up, and the first runner-up was Miss Mexico Andrea Meza.

Miss India Manushi Chhillar was then crowned Miss World 2017.  She beat 118 contestants.

Congratulations to the winners!

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