Krystyna Pyszková from Czech Republic crowned 71st Miss World; Yasmina Zaytoun from Lebanon emerge as first runner-up

Krystyna Pyszkova from Czech Republic was crowned Miss World, succeeding Karolina Bielawska, in a moment filled with glamour and emotion.

The 71st Miss World festival held in Mumbai was a spectacular event that captivated viewers worldwide. Krystyna Pyszkova from Czech Republic was crowned Miss World, succeeding Karolina Bielawska, in a moment filled with glamour and emotion. The first runner-up, Yasmina Zaytoun from Lebanon, was also acknowledged for her outstanding qualities, adding to the diversity of talent showcased at the event.

The star-studded finale, co-hosted by former Miss World Megan Young and acclaimed filmmaker Karan Johar, was further elevated by sensational performances by renowned artists Shaan, Neha Kakkar, and Tony Kakkar.

Krystyna Pyszkova, a multi-talented individual studying Law and Business Administration, founded the Krystyna Pyszkova Foundation and has actively supported various charitable initiatives, including opening an English school for underprivileged children in Tanzania. Her passion for music and art adds depth to her personality, reflecting the values of ‘Beauty With A Purpose.’

The return of Miss World to India after 28 years added special significance to this year’s event, highlighting the country’s cultural heritage. The festival, which commenced on February 18, featured engaging events leading up to the grand finale, creating a vibrant atmosphere at the Jio Convention Centre.

The Miss World Organization, with its commitment to ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ since 1972, continues to be a global humanitarian force, raising funds for various causes and completing thousands of humanitarian projects worldwide.

The success of the 71st Miss World festival was made possible through strategic partnerships and the support of sponsors, with renowned designer Archana Kochar contributing her creative vision to the event.

As the biggest beauty event on the planet, Miss World continues to draw millions of viewers globally, with the final televised live in over 100 countries and followed by billions on social media, reinforcing its status as a cultural phenomenon.

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