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September 28, 2013

Miss World 2013 of Philippines , Megan Young

Heartiest Congratulations to Miss Philippines , Megan Young on being the Miss World 2013

The US born 23 year old Megan  Lynne Young accepted the Miss World title  and got crowned by 2012 winner Wenxia Yu after being declared as  the winner of this year's contest.

Miss World 2013 Beauty with a purpose Philippines

"Amazing scenes in Bali, Megan is overcome with emotions as a tear rolls down her cheek, promising to 'Be the best Miss World Ever'!" the Miss World official Twitter account said. 
She also waved to the crowd at the start of "Miss World Philippines' Year," it added.
Miss France Marine Lorphelin was second while Miss Ghana Carranzar Naa Okailey Shooter was third.
Ms Young had to answer the question, "Why should you be Miss World?" with: "I treasure a core value of humanity and that guides people why they act the way they do." 
"I will use this to show other people how they can understand each other.... as one, we can help society," she added.
On its Twitter account, Miss World cited  Megan Young joined the contestants from France, Ghana, Brazil, and Spain.
The three entered the final round along with Brazil's Sancler Frantz Konzen; Spain's Elena Ibarbia Jimenez; and Gibraltar's Maroua Kharbouch.
Miss Gibraltar joined the five finalists after she was the People's Choice.
Earlier, Young led the list of 10 semifinalists, who included Brazil, Australia, France, Nepal, England, Indonesia, Spain, Jamaica, and Ghana.
Hours before the contest, Young had indicated she was excited hours before the coronation night began.
"My heart is beating faster and faster ♥," she said on her Twitter account – 
In line with tradition, Mrgan Young will head straight to London where she will reside during her reign.

Pageant organizers replaced contestants' bikinis with sarongs to appease "a small but vocal group," the Associated Press explains.
This is different from Miss Universe, a global pageant that's part of the Donald Trump empire. It's not affiliated with the Miss America pageant system, either. Miss World contestants compete in a variety of challenges in the days leading up the pageant's finale.
A major difference between the Miss World pageant and others is at Miss World, you don't see the extensive preliminary competitions you might see in other pageant systems. For example, Olivia Jordan was appointed "Miss World United States 2013 by the Elite Models company, the license holder of Miss World Organization in the United States," according to Beauty Pageant News.
Previously, Olivia Jordan  was first runner-up in the Miss California USA 2013 pageant. Even though she didn't win Miss World, she's slated to star in "Hot Tub Time Machine 2." So that's exciting.
Here are some other highlights from Saturday's pageant.
Here are the winners:
3rd place: Carranzar Naa Okailey Shooter (Ghana)
2nd place: Marine Lorpheline (France)
1st place: Megan Young (Philippines)

Miss World Top 6: Miss France, Miss Philippines, Miss Ghana, Miss Brazil, Miss Spain and Miss Gibraltar (automatically advanced as People's Choice winner).
Some fun facts about our top 6...we see a pretaped segment and then the contestants briefly tell the judges why they deserve to be Miss World.
Miss France is studying medicine and wants to be a pediatrician. She says, "I appreciate the fact that Miss World travels a lot and meets people around the world and tries to help them."
Miss Philippines wants to show the world that people from her country are hard workers. She's been caring for her brother and sister on her own since her mom moved to the US. She says she wants to show people the core values of humanity "so that as one, together, we shall help society."
Miss Ghana, a medical student, really wants to help people. She says Miss World should be someone who "truly embodies beauty with a purpose." She wants to embrace the title "and to make an impact on the lives of the less-privileged."
Miss Brazil tells us her family couldn't attend the Miss World finale because they don't have the financial resources. Through a interpreter, she says she sees Miss World "as a reflection of the values that the world should have."
Miss Spain tells us her country has never won a Miss World competition. She says, "I will give to those people who really need help, all my energy and all my passion."
Miss Gibraltar works as a as a client relationship manager. She lists her parents as her biggest influence. They taught her to be kind and humble. She says, "I want to be Miss World for all the right reasons...I truly believe that kindness is the language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
Miss World Top 10: Miss Ghana, Miss Indonesia, Miss Spain, Miss England, Miss Philippines, Miss Nepal, Miss Jamaica, Miss France, Miss Australia and Miss Brazil.

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