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2010 Miss World Top Model (More...)

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23rd October 2010
NORWAY WINS TOP MODEL AND FAST-TRACKS TO MISS WORLD FINAL


Norway has won the third guaranteed place in the Miss World 2010 Final, joining Puerto Rico and Norway’s room-mate Northern Ireland in the top 25 of the 60th Anniversary Final.

At a dazzling fashion show with designs from renowned Chinese designers and hosted by the Huayu Group, the girls displayed their high fashion credentials. The Chinese-inspired show was choreographed and directed by the team behind the magnificent opening of the Beijing Olympic Games.




The quality of the contestants made it a difficult contest to judge but Norway came away with the title of Miss World Top Model. As well as the joy of winning, this title comes with a trophy and automatically guarantees a place in the top 25 of Miss World 2010.

“I really can’t believe I’ve been chosen best model out of so many wonderful girls here,’ said Norway. “It’s a great honour for me and, of course, I’m delighted to be in the top 25. Now I can look forward to the Final.”



Ultimately, it was Norway who walked away with the award, leaving Russia and United States as first and second runners up.

The gardens of the Crowne Plaza Sanya, home to Miss World in China, formed the spectacular background to this year’s fashion show, which also provided judges with chance to decide on the Miss World Top Designer Award. Contestants competed for this prestigious award by showing off creations from up-an-coming as well as established fashion designers in their own countries, to celebrate the beauty of women from around the world.



This year standards were particularly high, making it challenging for the judging panel to pick the dress that, in their eyes, most epitomises today’s high fashion. Many countries were keen to win this year’s designer award and had made sure they showed the best their country has to offer.



After the girls had shown their dresses at their very best, the judging panel announced a shortlist of twenty dresses, from which the final three were selected. Out of these remaining hopefuls the winning dress was announced as from French Polynesia, by a designer, Nelson.










source: Missworld


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