Miss World 2021 Coronation Night Moved Next Year, Here’s Update

The grand coronation night of Miss World 2021 has been moved and here’s the new schedule.

MISS WORLD 2021 – The organization of Miss World finally announces the new date of the pageant’s grand coronation night.

Tracy Maureen Perez will be representing the Philippines in the 70th edition of Miss World. She is the top 5 of the Beauty With A Purpose challenge and the Top 4 of the Head-to-Head Challenge. She was commended for her powerful speech during BWAP. She’s advocating support and raising awareness for single mothers out there who struggle to raise their children alone.


During the time she won the local pageant in the Philippines, the other winners were:

  • Miss Supranational Philippines: Dindi Pajares
  • Miss Eco Philippines: Kathleen Paton
  • Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas: Emmanuelle Vera
  • Miss Tourism Philippines: Trisha Martinez
  • Miss Environment Philippines: Michelle Arceo
  • Miss Multinational Philippines: Shaila Robertera
  • Miss Eco Teen Philippines: Tatyana Austria
  • First runner-up: Riana Pangindian
  • Second runner-up: Janelle Lewis

The 70th Miss World will be held at Puerto Rico Coliseum Jose Miguel Agrelot in San Juan, Puerto Rico and it’s supposed to happen on December 16. However, due to unfortunate circumstances like infection of COVID-19 of some candidates and production staff, the org was forced to halt the grand coronation and reset it.

From December 16, 2021, it will now be held on March 16, 2022, at the same venue. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the coronation was postponed. Julia Morley, president of Miss World Ltd. said in a statement, “We have been overwhelmed by the support of the people here! The countdown and final planning has begun. Our team is thrilled that we will show all the wonders that Puerto Rico has to offer as a premier tourism destination to the entire world. We love Puerto Rico.”


The reigning Miss World is Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica. There were 97 candidates competing to be her successor. And the PH delegate, if she ever wins, will get the second Miss World crown for the Philippines following Megan Young’s feat in 2013.

Despite the postponement, Perez remained feeling blessed and grateful. She assured her supporters that she is now on her way to full recovery – physically, mentally, and emotionally.


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