Two advance to Miss Jamaica World finals


Two advance to Miss Jamaica World finals

Sunday, September 08, 2019

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Two contestants in this year's Miss Jamaica World beauty pageant have already secured their spot in the top 10 ahead of the September 21 finals.

Miss AutoCraze, Thalia Malcolm secured the win in the fitness challenge. and Miss CoverGirl, Toni-Ann Singh captured the talent award.

It was almost deja vu in the MJW Spartan Health Club Fast Track Fitness Challenge, as last year the contestant representing AutoCraze, Amay Lewis, finished ahead of a very competitive field.

Malcolm finished ahead of Miss Interlinc Communications Rochelle McKinley and Miss Fontana Pharmacy, Davenia Powell. who placed second and third, respectively.

The Fitness Challenge Fast Track event, designed specifically to test the athletic abilities of all contestants, took place at Spartan Health Club. The ladies were challenged in a number of activities by Spartan Health Club fitness experts and trainers.

The Phoenix Theatre Fast Track Talent event was also extremely competitve as. contestants showcased their skills in dance, speech and drama, music and traditional folk forms.

At the end of the night it was Singh's rendition of Whitney Houston's I have Nothing that moved the audience and judges alike. She claimed almost perfect scores for her flawless notes. Miss Knutsford Express, Joelle McKenzie was second with Malcolm finishing third.

Both Malcolm and Singh were presented with bouquets compliments of Tai Flora Luxe and will receive their trophies at the coronation show. The public still has an opportunity to vote for their favourite contestant through the Interlinc People's Choice Competition. Voting is accessed through the official Miss Jamaica World website Votes are limited to 15 per IP address daily. Miss Jamaica World 2019 will be crowned on September 21 in the ballroom of Jamaica Pegasus hotel.

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