SOUTH AFRICA crowned as Miss World 2014
Rolene Strauss representing SOUTH AFRICA has been crowned as the 64th Miss World at this year’s final in London!
In second place was HUNGARY’s Edina Kulcsár, with Elizabeth Safrit Representing UNITED STATES in Third Place.
This year’s event was presented by Tim Vincent and Megan Young, the first reigning Miss World to ever host her own final show.
Julia Morley, Miss World Chairman, said: “It was great to bring the 64th Miss World Final back to London and where it all began 63 years ago.
I’m looking forward to travelling with Rolene, the new Miss World, to visit countries around the globe to support this year’s finalists Beauty with a Purpose fundraising projects.”
In an action packed three weeks since arriving in London the contestants have taken part in the Miss World Challenge Events. These included a sports, top model and beach fashion competition, a talent contest, Beauty with a Purpose and a debate at the Oxford Union.
The live event, broadcast to a global audience of more than one billion was a sell out at ExCel London.