The reigning Miss world Toni-ann Singh will have to wear the title for another year as this year’s staging of the annual event will not be kept due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The information was given by Julia Morley, the Ceo of the annual event. This year’s staging would have been the 70th time in history that the event is being kept.
The event is set to be kept in the latter part of the year 2021 however no location and venue have been finalized for the event next year.
Singh was crowned last year with in a competition of 110 other participants where she emerged on top to become the fourth Jamaican woman in history to have won the title now sitting in accomplishment alongside Cindy Breakspeare, Carole Joan Crawford and Lisa Hanna.
The Miss World winner for 2021 was very focused on competing last year.
Toni-ann entered the competition and marveled her audience with songs from reggae grammy winner Koffee and the late international pop star Whitney Houston which alongside her philanthropic vision geared towards the education of mothers after giving birth gave her the number one position in the internationally renowned competition.
Her word was definitely kept as she went on to work with the Women’s Centre Foundation in St. Catherine after she came back to the country.
The previous competition was held at the ExCeL Arena in London on the 14th day of December 2020.
According to Morley both the potential competitors as well as the sponsors are holding back at this time because of the outbreak so 2020 is definitely not in the question for an event of such a caliber.