Krystyna Pyszková Of The Czech Republic Is Miss World 2024

Krystyna Pyszková

Outclassing 111 of her kindred holders from across the globe, Krystyna Pyszková of the Czech Republic was crowned Miss World 2024 on Saturday March 9 in Mumbai, India, where the international pageant was .

Across a progression of events during the event’s preliminary competition, which includes fitness, beauty, talent and public speaking, several contestants won “fast track” places in the top 40, a group announced at the beginning of the show.

The number was immediately cut to top 12 and afterward top eight, so, all in all the candidates partook in the Q&A round, tending to questions discussed at the latest G20 Conference.

Asked to shed light on an issue impacting women’s health care specifically, Pyszková, a 23-year-old law student and model, spoke about removing the stigma and shame surrounding menstruation, saying that “being a woman is a gift” and that periods should not be a taboo subject.

After that final cut, four contestants were left to “pitch their purpose” to a threesome of business big shots from “Shark Tank India.” Every one of these four finalists addressed an alternate parts of the world: Africa, the Americas and Caribbean, Asia and Oceania and Europe.

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Pyszková’s triumph came over the other three other participants — Yasmina Zeytoun of Lebanon, Aché Abrahams of Trinidad and Tobago and Lesego Chombo of Botswana. These ladies, alongside Jessica Gagen of Britain, are viewed as the competition’s “continental winners.”

Miss World is the oldest international beauty pageant, which was first founded in the United Kingdom in 1951 as a “bikini contest.” Its two best-known winners are both from India: the actors Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (Miss World 1994) and Priyanka Chopra Jonas (Miss World 2000).

Chopra Jonas appeared at the pageant in a video message, paying tribute to both Miss World owner Julia Morley and Nita Ambani, winner of the pageant’s Humanitarian Award.

Pyszková replaces the outgoing Miss World, Karolina Bielawska, of Poland, whose reign dates back to March 2022. Due to scheduling issues, no Miss World pageant was held in 2023.

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