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10 Candidates Predicted to Win the Miss World 2024 Crown

Missosology, an international beauty pageant website, has revealed its predictions for the top 10 candidates most likely to win the Miss World 2024 crown. The global finals will take place on March 9th, 2024 in Mumbai, India where 112 contestants will compete. Ahead of the final event, Missosology analysts have independently rated each contestant based on their impressions and performances throughout the preliminary competition rounds. Their number one pick might surprise some, but each of the top 10 candidates on this list have exhibited remarkable strength in areas like talent, sports, modeling challenges and their causes-based projects, signifying they have what it takes to claim the Miss World title.

The Czech Republic - Krystyna Pyszková is predicted to win according to international beauty pageant website Missosology. The 24-year-old law graduate from Charles University in Prague stands 180cm tall and has impressed with her professional runway skills.

Martinique - Axelle René, 23, is predicted to place second. Standing at 177cm tall, she won Top Model on March 2nd, securing her place in the Top 40 announced before the final. Axelle graduated from the Sorbonne University in Paris and is currently studying for a degree in Earth Sciences with dreams of becoming the director of a volcanology and seismology observatory in her home country.

Turkey - Nursena Say, 25, is predicted to place third. Standing at 180cm tall, she works as a model and architect in her home country and enjoys social work, having helped design recreational and educational areas for children with cancer.

Trinidad and Tobago - Aché Abrahams, 23, is predicted in fourth. A social activist who graduated from St. Joseph’s Convent, she now works as a model and marketing director for her family's company, having also studied acting in London.

Botswana - Lesego Chombo, 24, won the Miss Botswana title in 2022 and holds a law degree from the University of Botswana where she currently practices law. An advocate for children's causes for many years, she impressed in all pageant sub-competitions.

Lebanon - Yasmina Zaytoun, 21, a journalism student, was among five winners of the Head to Head Challenge in February, securing her place in the Top 40.

India - Sini Shetty, 22, the home nation's contestant, graduated with an accounting and finance degree. She runs her own startup company and impressed with her dancing talent.

Brazil - Letecia Frota, 20, stands 175cm tall and studies Psychology with ambitions of researching neuropsychology to help children and teens.

Philippines - Gwendolyne Fourniol, 23, is the only Southeast Asian representative in the top 10, currently a student who also sings and models with a goal of improving education access.

Ukraine - Sofia Shamia, 19, stands 171cm tall and studies International Economic Relations while also running her own fashion brand, catching attention for her modern look.

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