This traditional challenge at Miss World pageant which serves as a fast track to semifinals was modified this year. In previous editions of Miss World, contestants were grouped and the group winners will compete head-to-head. This time around, the contestants created a video focusing on United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal.

The first round saw 25 contestants advancing to the next round. The finalists are:

Brazil – Leticía Frota

Puerto Rico – Elena Rivera

Trinidad and Tobago – Tharina Botes

United States – Victoria DiSorbo

Botswana – Lesego Chombo

Kenya – Chantou Kwamboka

Madagascar – Antsaly Rajoelina

Nigeria – Ada Eme

South Africa – Claude Mashego

Zimbabwe – Nokutenda Marumbwa

Belgium – Kedist Daeltour

England – Jessica Gagen

Ireland – Ivanna McMahon

Northern Ireland – Kaitlyn Clarke

Spain – Paula Perez

Wales – Darcey Corria

Australia – Kristen Wright

India – Sini Shetty

Indonesia – Audrey Vanessa

Lebanon – Yasmina Zaytoun

Malaysia – Wenanita Angang

Nepal – Priyanka Rani Joshi

Philippines – Gwendolyne Fourniol

Thailand – Tharina Botes

Vietnam – Huỳnh Nguyễn Mai Phương

The final round was conducted at The Summit Room in Bharat Mandapam, New Delhi. Five contestants were selected as winners:

Nigeria – Ada Eme

Zimbabwe – Nokutenda Marumbwa

Lebanon – Yasmina Zaytoun

England – Jessica Gagen

Bostwana – Lesego Chombo

These five lovely and brainy ladies are now assured of a Top 40 placements during the 71st Miss World finals night.