Monday, August 27, 2012


Miss China Yu Wenxia won the Miss World 2012 contest held this year in China’s northern city of Ordos located in the center of the large Chinese region Inner Mongolia, according to AFP
When asked about why she could be given the title, Yu replied:  “When I was young I felt very lucky because so many people helped me, and I hope in the future I can help more children to feel lucky,” 
A total of 116 contestants - the highest ever number to take part - took to the stage during the final in a variety of stunning gowns.

The beauty pageant was held in the Inner Mongolian city of Ordos, one of China’s richest regions thanks to its abundant natural resources.
Yu, who became China's second Miss World winner, appeared on stage in a dazzling array of ballgowns during the two-hour final and serenaded the audience with a piercing rendition of a popular Chinese song.

Venezuela has produced the most Miss Worlds, with six winners, while India and Britain claim five titles each. 

A red ceremonial flag was passed over to representatives from the Southeast Asian resort island of Bali, hosts of the 2013 Miss World Final, during the ceremony.


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