Miss Jamaica World 2014 crowned (Video)

Photo Credit: Chris Peart Photography
Photo Credit: Chris Peart Photography

Miss Jamaica World 2014 was crowned last night (July 12th) at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

Twenty two year old Laurie Ann Chin was chosen ahead of 18 contestants.

They named a top 12 which was whittled to the final five. Making that final cut were Chin wearing the sash Miss University College of the Caribbean; Chantol White (Miss CHIC Hair Ja); Shellianne Young (Miss Evans Electrical); Kim Moya Dawkins (Miss Mystic Mountain); and Kimberley Webb (Miss Sunset Resorts).

Young was runner-up while Webb (whose final placing was greeted with boos, as members of the audience felt she should have placed higher), finished third.

  

Another crowd favourite, Toni Ann Oliver (Ms American Jewellery Company), failed to make the top five.  Following the question and answer segment, the results were revealed with Chin also taking Best Figure.


Source: jamaicaobserver.com

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Hermione Wallace
6 years ago

When will the majority of women who representatives Jamaica will be chosen.

Karen Ann
6 years ago

Now that i see Laurieann’s pic upclose, she doesnt even look asian, she looks more like indian&blk mix to me. The point for all this fussing is, when they keep choosing the mixed or biracial girls to represent a country that has 80% blk ppl, “they” are changing the midset of ppl in Jamaica and everywhere else.This trend seems like it is fast becoming the norm, that is why so many ppl are outrage or voicing their discontent with the pageant. I for one stop watching these things, because its boring, it marginalize women, it is run by majority men,… Read more »

Karen Ann
6 years ago

By the way she’s quite a beautiful young lady, hope she has the same inner beauty.

Joy Prince
6 years ago

beauty has no colour,good luck to Ms Chin.

Joy Prince
6 years ago

beauty has no colour,good luck to Ms Chin.

Karen Ann
6 years ago

Now that i see Laurieann’s pic upclose, she doesnt even look asian, she looks more like indian&blk mix to me. The point for all this fussing is, when they keep choosing the mixed or biracial girls to represent a country that has 80% blk ppl, “they” are changing the midset of ppl in Jamaica and everywhere else.This trend seems like it is fast becoming the norm, that is why so many ppl are outrage or voicing their discontent with the pageant. I for one stop watching these things, because its boring, it marginalize women, it is run by majority men,… Read more »

Karen Ann
6 years ago

By the way she’s quite a beautiful young lady, hope she has the same inner beauty.

Hermione Wallace
6 years ago

When will the majority of women who representatives Jamaica will be chosen.