Poland’s Karolina Bielawska crowned Miss World 2021

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At the grand finale of Miss World 2021, Karolina Bielawska of Poland was crowned the winner, while Shree Saini of USA and Olivia Yacé of Cote D’Ivoire emerged as the first and second runners-up, respectively. The contest, conducted in two parts, one in December and again in March, was hosted at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Karolina succeeded and was crowned by the outgoing queen, Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh, who had the longest reign in the pageant’s history.

This year marked the 70th edition of the prestigious pageant, and gorgeous delegates from over 90 countries competed for the coveted crown.

Karolina, who is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Management, would like to continue her studies with a PhD. She also works as a Model and hopes to become a Motivational Speaker someday.

The stunning queen, is also very passionate about the voluntary work that she is involved with. Her Beauty with a Purpose project ‘Zupa Na Pietrynie’ provides constant help to homeless people in crisis as well as raise awareness of this problem and fight against social exclusion.

The esteemed jury panel for the contest included Miss World 1986 Giselle Laronde; Julia Morley CEO of the Miss World Organization and British novelist, columnist, author Patrick Robinson among others.

The extravaganza that was the finale night witnessed a stellar performance by the Puerto Rico Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Angel Velez and left the audience spellbound. India’s Manasa Varanasi finished in the Top 13, and we couldn’t be more proud of our queen for achieving this feat.

In addition to the winning crown, several special awards were also presented during the coronation ceremony:

Top Model – Olivia Yacé from Côte d’Ivoire

Sports Challenge – Karolina Vidales from Mexico

Miss World Digital Media Challenge: Đỗ Thị Hà of Vietnam

Talent Competition – Burte-Ujin Anu from Mongolia

Multimedia Competition – Olivia Yacé of Cote D’Ivoire

Beauty With A Purpose –


Manasa Varanasi from India

Shree Saini from the USA

Rehema Muthamia from England

Sharon Obara from Kenya

Tracy Perez from the Philippines

Shudufhadzo Musida from South Africa

Head to Head Challenge –

Palesa Molefe of Botswana

Audrey Monkam of Cameroon

Olivia Yacé of Cote d’Ivoire

Namrata Shrestha of Nepal

Sheynnis Palacios of Nicaragua

Bethania Borba of Paraguay

Tracy Perez of Philippines

Alejandra Conde of Venezuela

Congratulations to the newly crowned queen!





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