Jamaica’s Toni-Ann Singh crowned new Miss World, India’s Suman Rao takes third spot


Jamaica’s Toni-Ann Singh was crowned the new Miss World for 2019 while India’s Suman Ratan Singh Rao bagged the third spot. France’s Ophely Mezino came second.

Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh

According to the Miss World website, Toni is a women’s studies and psychology student at Florida State University who aspires to be a medical doctor. Previously she has worked as president of the Caribbean students association on campus. In her free time Toni enjoys singing, cooking, vlogging, volunteering and singing. Her special talent is that she can sing classical opera. The most important thing in Toni’s life is her mother who has facilitated her dream by supporting her in every way possible.

As for Suman, she is close to fulfilling her goal of becoming a qualified chartered accountant, by achieving her certification in chartered accountancy from Mumbai University. Outside of her studies, Suman is a successful model, who has walked for the Lakme fashion week and worked with fashion designers, including Manish Malhotra. Her proudest achievement is being able to pay for her brother’s college fees and contribute to her household.

Ophely Mezino, on the other hand, is a chemistry student currently on her year in the industry and plans to one day own her own cosmetic brand. She would also like to create a company for sign language translators. The most important thing in Ophely’s life is that despite all the numerous challenges growing up as the child of deaf parents, she feels she is in a position to shape the happiness of others. In her spare time, Ophely enjoys history, biology, sports and horse riding.


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