The Fashion Countdown Begins!!!

Fashion Miss World 2014ExCeL London will host one of the biggest events in fashion world, the Miss World 2014 on 14 December, 2014 in London, UK. Last year’s title holder Megan Young will crown the winner at the grand finale.

A total of 77 contestants have been confirmed to compete for the coveted Miss World title. The winner is not only bestowed with the crown but also is required to do charitable work for the benefit of different communities.

 

Miss World is conducted every year by “Beauty With Purpose” organization established in 1972 by  Julia Morley . Since then millions of pounds have been raised to help the poor. The winner of Miss World 2014 will have to dedicate a year traveling and working for the cause of the organization.

 

“Aside from winning, it also has a lot of meaning to me. All that hard work that I put into it was really paid off. But aside from that, before I always wonder, what is my purpose? What am I going to do in future with my life,” said Young in her interview post winning the title ls year, adding, “And then during that night from Miss World, I just knew from that moment on what I wanted to pursue. I knew that I could use my skills, my voice and my knowledge to help people and that really means a lot to me.”

 

Here is list of 77 contestants  who have been confirmed for Miss World 2014 contest:

 

Miss Argentina, Yoana Don

 

Miss Australia, Courtney Thorpe

 

Miss Austria, Julia Furdea

 

Miss Bahamas, Rosetta Cartwright

 

Miss Barbados, Zoe Trotman

 

Miss Belarus, Viktoriya Miganovich

 

Miss Belgium, Laurence Langen

 

Miss Bermuda, Lilian Lightbourn

 

Miss Bolivia, Andrea Forfori

 

Miss Brazil, Julia Gama

 

Miss Cameroon, Larissa Ngangoum

 

Miss Canada, Annora Bourgeault

 

Miss Cape Verde, Cristy Spencer

 

Miss Colombia, Jessica Leandra Garcia

 

Miss Cote D’Ivoire, Jennifer Yeo

 

Miss Curacao, Gayle Sulvaran

 

Miss Cyprus, Ionna Filippou

 

Miss Czech Republic, Tereza Skoumalova

 

Miss El Savador, Larissa Vega

 

Miss England, Carina Tyrrell

 

Miss Equatorial Guinea, Agnes Genoveva Cheba Ade

 

Miss Fiji, Charlene Tafunai’i

 

Miss Finland, Krista Haapalainen

 

Miss France, Flora Coquerel

 

Miss Gabon, Pulcherie Nze Nzoughe

 

Miss Georgia, Ana Zubashvili

 

Miss Gibraltar, Shyanne Azzopardi

 

Miss Greece, Eleni Kokkinou

 

Miss Guadeloupe, Wendy Metony

 

Miss Guatemala, Keyla Bermudez

 

Miss Guinea, Halimatou Diallo

 

Miss Guinea-Bissau, Maila Da Costa

 

Miss Guyana, Rafieya Husain

 

Miss Honduras, Maria Jose Alvarado Munoz

 

Miss Hongkong China, Grace Chan

 

Miss Hungary, Edina Kulcsar

 

Miss India, Koyal Rana

 

Miss Indonesia, Maria Asteria Sastrayu

 

Miss Ireland, Jessica Hayes

 

Miss Israel, Mor Maman

 

Miss Italy, Silvia Cataldi

 

Miss Jamaica, Laurie-Ann Chin

 

Miss Japan, Hikaru Kawai

 

Miss Kazakhstan, Aiday Isaeva

 

Miss Lavia, Liliana Garkaline

 

Miss Malta, Joanna Galea

 

Miss Mauritius, Sheetal Khadun

 

Miss Mexico, Daniela Alvarez Reyes

 

Miss Moldova, Alexandra Caruntu

 

Miss Namibia, Brumhilda Ochs

 

Miss Nepal, Subin Limbu

 

Miss Netherlands, Tatjana Maul

 

Miss New Zealand, Arielle Garciano

 

Miss Nicaragua, Maria Esther Cortes

 

Miss Nigeria, Iheoma Nnadi

 

Miss Northern Ireland, Rebekah Shirley

 

Miss Panama, Raiza Erlenbaugh

 

Miss Peru, Sofia Rivera

 

Miss Poland, Ada Sztajerowska

 

Miss Portugal, Catarina Sikiniotis

 

Miss Russia, Yulia Alipova

 

Miss Scotland, Ellie Mckeating

 

Miss Serbia, Milica Vuklis

 

Miss Seychelles, Camilla Estico

 

Miss Slovakia, Laura Longauerova

 

Miss South Africa, Rolene Strauss

 

Miss Sweden, Olivia Asplund

 

Miss Switzerland, Aline Morger

 

Miss Tanzania, Happiness Watimanya

 

Miss Thailand, Maeya Nonthawan Thongleng

 

Miss Trinidad & Tobago, Sarah Jane Waddell

 

Miss Tunisia, Wahiba Arres

 

Miss Turkey, Amine Gulse

 

Miss United States, Elizabeth Safrit

 

Miss US Virgin Islands, Anika Tonge

 

Miss Venezuela, Debora Menicucci

 

Miss Wales, Alice Ford