Miss World 2019

Miss World 2019: Awards Full TV Show Live Stream will be the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant. It will be held on December 14, 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom. “Miss World 2019”

The Miss World live stream is available at the Miss World website. It is a pay-per-view situation, with the stream costing $2 for access. The pageant apparently used to live stream the event on YouTube, but they have done away with that this year.

The show will also be broadcast on local channel London Live, which is a 24-hour entertainment channel based out of England’s capital. South Africa’s SABC 3 station is also running a broadcast of the pageant, albeit on a one-hour delay, and Estrella TV will air the Spanish-language telecast beginning at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

The pageant finals will feature the Top 40 being narrowed down to one winner. The 40 quarterfinalists were determined via six different preliminary competitions and events: the Head-to-Head interview challenge, the Top Model challenge, the Sports Day challenge, the Talent Challenge, the Multimedia Challenge and the Beauty With a Purpose event.

Here are the results so far:

Head-to-Head Top 10

Miss Guyana Joylyn Conway
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Mexico Ashley Alvidrez
Miss Moldova Elizaveta Kuznitova
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Paraguay Araceli Bobadilla
Miss Philippines Michelle Dee
Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez

Winner: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
First runner-up: Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh
Second runner-up: Miss India Suman Rao
Third runner-up: Miss France Ophely Mezino
Fourth runner-up: Miss Uganda Oliver Nakakande

Sports Day Competition

Winner: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second Place: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Third Place: Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey

Talent Competition

Winner: Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh
First runner-up: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second runner-up: Miss Canada Naomi Colford
Tied for fourth: Miss Armenia Liana Voskerchyan and Miss Malta Nicole Vella

Multimedia Challenge Winner

Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha

Beauty With a Purpose Top 10

Miss France Ophely Mezino
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Indonesia Princess Megonondo
Miss Malaysia Alexis SueAnn Seow
Miss Mongolia Tsevelmaa Mandakh
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Tunisia Sabrine Mansour
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez
Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh

We have five women we think are ones to watch during the pageant finals. First, the women who finished in the finals for the most preliminary competitions are Miss India Suman Rao and Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey with three each, and Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas with four.

Secondly, out of the four women with the highest global vote total, two of them also made the Top 10 in two preliminary competitions — Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha and Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh. Those five women are our winner predictions for the 2019 Miss World pageant.

Miss World 2019 Live

Miss World 2019 Live: Watch Miss World will be the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant. It will be held on December 14, 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom. “Miss World 2019 Live”

The Miss World live stream is available at the Miss World website. It is a pay-per-view situation, with the stream costing $2 for access. The pageant apparently used to live stream the event on YouTube, but they have done away with that this year.

The show will also be broadcast on local channel London Live, which is a 24-hour entertainment channel based out of England’s capital. South Africa’s SABC 3 station is also running a broadcast of the pageant, albeit on a one-hour delay, and Estrella TV will air the Spanish-language telecast beginning at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

The pageant finals will feature the Top 40 being narrowed down to one winner. The 40 quarterfinalists were determined via six different preliminary competitions and events: the Head-to-Head interview challenge, the Top Model challenge, the Sports Day challenge, the Talent Challenge, the Multimedia Challenge and the Beauty With a Purpose event.

Here are the results so far:

Head-to-Head Top 10

Miss Guyana Joylyn Conway
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Mexico Ashley Alvidrez
Miss Moldova Elizaveta Kuznitova
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Paraguay Araceli Bobadilla
Miss Philippines Michelle Dee
Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez

Winner: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
First runner-up: Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh
Second runner-up: Miss India Suman Rao
Third runner-up: Miss France Ophely Mezino
Fourth runner-up: Miss Uganda Oliver Nakakande

Sports Day Competition

Winner: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second Place: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Third Place: Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey

Talent Competition

Winner: Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh
First runner-up: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second runner-up: Miss Canada Naomi Colford
Tied for fourth: Miss Armenia Liana Voskerchyan and Miss Malta Nicole Vella

Multimedia Challenge Winner

Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha

Beauty With a Purpose Top 10

Miss France Ophely Mezino
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Indonesia Princess Megonondo
Miss Malaysia Alexis SueAnn Seow
Miss Mongolia Tsevelmaa Mandakh
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Tunisia Sabrine Mansour
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez
Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh

We have five women we think are ones to watch during the pageant finals. First, the women who finished in the finals for the most preliminary competitions are Miss India Suman Rao and Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey with three each, and Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas with four.

Secondly, out of the four women with the highest global vote total, two of them also made the Top 10 in two preliminary competitions — Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha and Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh. Those five women are our winner predictions for the 2019 Miss World pageant.

Miss World

Miss World: 2019 Live Stream will be the 69th edition of the much-followed beauty pageant. The event is being held in London in England. Around 111 women will be seen representing their respective countries at the event.

The Miss World live stream is available at the Miss World website. It is a pay-per-view situation, with the stream costing $2 for access. The pageant apparently used to live stream the event on YouTube, but they have done away with that this year.

The show will also be broadcast on local channel London Live, which is a 24-hour entertainment channel based out of England’s capital. South Africa’s SABC 3 station is also running a broadcast of the pageant, albeit on a one-hour delay, and Estrella TV will air the Spanish-language telecast beginning at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

The pageant finals will feature the Top 40 being narrowed down to one winner. The 40 quarterfinalists were determined via six different preliminary competitions and events: the Head-to-Head interview challenge, the Top Model challenge, the Sports Day challenge, the Talent Challenge, the Multimedia Challenge and the Beauty With a Purpose event.

Here are the results so far:

Head-to-Head Top 10

Miss Guyana Joylyn Conway
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Mexico Ashley Alvidrez
Miss Moldova Elizaveta Kuznitova
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Paraguay Araceli Bobadilla
Miss Philippines Michelle Dee
Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez

Winner: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
First runner-up: Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh
Second runner-up: Miss India Suman Rao
Third runner-up: Miss France Ophely Mezino
Fourth runner-up: Miss Uganda Oliver Nakakande

Sports Day Competition

Winner: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second Place: Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Third Place: Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey

Talent Competition

Winner: Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh
First runner-up: Miss British Virgin Islands Rikkiya Brathwaite
Second runner-up: Miss Canada Naomi Colford
Tied for fourth: Miss Armenia Liana Voskerchyan and Miss Malta Nicole Vella

Multimedia Challenge Winner

Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha

Beauty With a Purpose Top 10

Miss France Ophely Mezino
Miss India Suman Rao
Miss Indonesia Princess Megonondo
Miss Malaysia Alexis SueAnn Seow
Miss Mongolia Tsevelmaa Mandakh
Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha
Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas
Miss Tunisia Sabrine Mansour
Miss Venezuela Isabella Rodriguez
Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh

We have five women we think are ones to watch during the pageant finals. First, the women who finished in the finals for the most preliminary competitions are Miss India Suman Rao and Miss Trinidad & Tobago Tya Jane Ramey with three each, and Miss Nigeria Nyekachi Douglas with four.

Secondly, out of the four women with the highest global vote total, two of them also made the Top 10 in two preliminary competitions — Miss Nepal Anushka Shrestha and Miss Vietnam Luong Thuy Linh. Those five women are our winner predictions for the 2019 Miss World pageant.

Miss World Live Stream

Miss World Live Stream: will be the 69th edition of the Miss World 2019 pageant. It will be held on December 14, 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom. Vanessa Ponce of Mexico will crown her successor at the end of the event.

Miss World 2019 Live

Miss World 2019 will be the 69th edition of the much-followed beauty pageant. The event is being held in London in England. Around 111 women will be seen representing their respective countries at the event. The beauty pageant is much-anticipated amongst the Indian audience as well. From India, Suman Rao from Rajasthan will be representing the country. Have a look at where you can watch the event live online and offline and other frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions about the Miss World 2019 time and date
When is Miss World 2019?
Miss World 2019 will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019. The program will start at 7:30 pm according to the Indian Standard Time and at 2:00 pm according to the Greenwich Mean Time. It is expected to last for three hours. However, Miss World 2019 date and time would differ according to different time zones.

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Where to catch Miss World 2019 live telecast in India?
In India, Miss World 2019 will most likely not be telecast live on any television channel. The audience will reportedly not be able to watch the show on any of the mainstream applications like Hotstar, either. The viewers would watch the event on their official YouTube handle until last year. However, this will not be an available option this time. You can watch the show on the official website of Miss World 2019. The viewership is available to everyone on a pay-per-view basis. It will cost Indians around ₹142 per access which when converted is 2$. The Miss India 2019 organisers have confirmed the telecast by posting about the rates on their official Instagram handle. Have a look at the post here.

Miss World 2019 process
In the program set to happen tonight, 40 contestants will be picked out of the 111 women. Out of these, one representative will win the final Miss World 2019 title. In the year 2018, Venessa Ponce, Mexico, was crowned the Miss World, while Manushi Chhillar, India, was crowned the successor.

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The Miss World 2019

The Miss World 2019: will be the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant. It will be held on December 14, 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom. Vanessa Ponce of Mexico will crown her successor at the end of the event.

The Miss World 2019 Live

Miss World 2019 will be the 69th edition of the much-followed beauty pageant. The event is being held in London in England. Around 111 women will be seen representing their respective countries at the event. The beauty pageant is much-anticipated amongst the Indian audience as well. From India, Suman Rao from Rajasthan will be representing the country. Have a look at where you can watch the event live online and offline and other frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions about the Miss World 2019 time and date
When is Miss World 2019?
Miss World 2019 will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019. The program will start at 7:30 pm according to the Indian Standard Time and at 2:00 pm according to the Greenwich Mean Time. It is expected to last for three hours. However, Miss World 2019 date and time would differ according to different time zones.

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Where to catch Miss World 2019 live telecast in India?
In India, Miss World 2019 will most likely not be telecast live on any television channel. The audience will reportedly not be able to watch the show on any of the mainstream applications like Hotstar, either. The viewers would watch the event on their official YouTube handle until last year. However, this will not be an available option this time. You can watch the show on the official website of Miss World 2019. The viewership is available to everyone on a pay-per-view basis. It will cost Indians around ₹142 per access which when converted is 2$. The Miss India 2019 organisers have confirmed the telecast by posting about the rates on their official Instagram handle. Have a look at the post here.

Miss World 2019 process
In the program set to happen tonight, 40 contestants will be picked out of the 111 women. Out of these, one representative will win the final Miss World 2019 title. In the year 2018, Venessa Ponce, Mexico, was crowned the Miss World, while Manushi Chhillar, India, was crowned the successor.

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Miss World 2019

Miss World 2019 will be the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant. It will be held on December 14, 2019 at the ExCeL London in London, United Kingdom. Vanessa Ponce of Mexico will crown her successor at the end of the event.

Miss World Live

Miss World 2019 will be the 69th edition of the much-followed beauty pageant. The event is being held in London in England. Around 111 women will be seen representing their respective countries at the event. The beauty pageant is much-anticipated amongst the Indian audience as well. From India, Suman Rao from Rajasthan will be representing the country. Have a look at where you can watch the event live online and offline and other frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions about the Miss World 2019 time and date
When is Miss World 2019?
Miss World 2019 will be held on Saturday, December 14, 2019. The program will start at 7:30 pm according to the Indian Standard Time and at 2:00 pm according to the Greenwich Mean Time. It is expected to last for three hours. However, Miss World 2019 date and time would differ according to different time zones.

Read Bollywood: Miss India Pageant Winners Who Made It Big In The Industry

Where to catch Miss World 2019 live telecast in India?
In India, Miss World 2019 will most likely not be telecast live on any television channel. The audience will reportedly not be able to watch the show on any of the mainstream applications like Hotstar, either. The viewers would watch the event on their official YouTube handle until last year. However, this will not be an available option this time. You can watch the show on the official website of Miss World 2019. The viewership is available to everyone on a pay-per-view basis. It will cost Indians around ₹142 per access which when converted is 2$. The Miss India 2019 organisers have confirmed the telecast by posting about the rates on their official Instagram handle. Have a look at the post here.

Miss World 2019 process
In the program set to happen tonight, 40 contestants will be picked out of the 111 women. Out of these, one representative will win the final Miss World 2019 title. In the year 2018, Venessa Ponce, Mexico, was crowned the Miss World, while Manushi Chhillar, India, was crowned the successor.

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Also read Priyanka Chopra’s Beauty Pageant Journey From Miss India To Miss World

Get the latest entertainment news from India & around the world. Now follow your favourite television celebs and telly updates. Republic World is your one-stop destination for trending Bollywood news. Tune in today to stay updated with all the latest news and headlines from the world of entertainment.