The Miss World beauty pageant is about to hold after an initial deferment. The organizers had announced the deferment of the competition, citing the coronavirus and the safety of participants as reasons.
The postponement was announced in December last year. The contest will now officially hold on March 17, 2022.
But who are the faves, and who will win, ultimately?
Opinions have been divided, with peeps across the world giving details about their favorites and who might go home with the coveted crown.
Expectedly, South Africans have been rooting for their own, Shudufhadzo Musida, tagging organizers of the contest to ensure she wins. Of course, it is one thing to tag organizers of the contest to a tweet, it’s never the criteria for winning.
Mzansi’s favorite, Shudufhadzo Musida, is 25 and an advocate for mental health. Although she currently runs her own foundation, her dream is actually to work for the United Nations.
By the way, the Miss World beauty contest was started way back in 1951 by Eric Morley. At his death in 2000, his wife Julia had been co-chair of the pageant.
Since the founding of the pageant, winners have emerged from many countries, including Nigeria, South Africa, and the United States. But who will win this time?