Miss Jamaica delegated 2019 Miss World

Miss Jamaica delegated 2019 Miss World

(CNN)Jamaica's Toni-Ann Singh was delegated to Miss World on Saturday.

"To that young lady in St. Thomas, Jamaica and every one of the young ladies around the globe - it would be ideal if you trust in yourself. If it's not too much trouble realize that you are commendable and equipped for accomplishing your fantasia es. This crown isn't mine however yours. You have a PURPOSE," Singh tweeted on Saturday.

Singh, 23, was conceived in Morant, St. Thomas, Jamaica. She is brain science and ladies think about a graduate of Florida State University.

Preceding the triumphant of the event, Singh was taking a year off from school before going to restorative school.

On Saturday, she earned applause from the group of spectators in the wake of singing Whitney Houston's hit "I don't have anything" during the excellence event and after a series of inquiries from British columnist Piers Morgan.

"I think I speak to something exceptional, an age of ladies that are pushing forward to change the world," she told Morgan.

The two sprinters up for the crown were Miss France and Miss India. Singh was delegated by a year ago's victor, Vanessa Ponce de Leon of Mexico.

This is the fourth time that an agent from Jamaica is delegated as Miss World since 1959. Jamaica has recently won Miss World titles in 1963, 1976 and 1993.

It's additionally the first occasion when that all top excellence exhibitions - Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, Miss America, Miss Universe and now, Miss World - have delegated dark ladies as their victors.

A weekend ago, Zozibini Tunzi from South Africa was named Miss Universe in the wake of exceeding expectations through rounds of a bathing suit and night outfit swaggers and responding to inquiries regarding social issues