Nepal took social media by storm, clicking her way to the number one spot, and securing her place in the Miss World Top 30; after winning the Multimedia challenge which evaluates the contestants based on all social media platforms, audience engagement, creative content and influence.
This year the Miss World Multimedia Challenge has pushed boundaries, broken barriers and has caused social-media to be ablaze! The record amounts of social media traffic generated by all 118 delegates from social media platforms Facebook, Instagram, MobStar, Twitter and ModelPowerLive have been staggering!
The 2018 Miss World contestants have jumped at the opportunity to raise their social media profile – using a variety of content; documenting their amazing journey, showcasing the wonders of beautiful Sanya, and highlighting the powerful work of Beauty With A Purpose.
In addition to the usual Miss World Multimedia Challenge, this year, the contestants were further required to create their own unique promotional video of Sanya. This was a most exciting exercise and the videos produced, revealed how much the delegates are enjoying their time in beautiful Sanya. These videos, which were all very impressive, were judged by a multimedia panel, to include Mr. Tang – Vice Chief Sanya Tourism.
After careful deliberation, the multimedia panel selected the top five videos – voted best Sanya Tourism promotional videos. The videos securing the top spots were:
Fifth – England
Fourth – Puerto Rico
Third – Nepal
Second – China PR
First – Kenya
As a reward for their creativity, the top five Sanya Tourism Promo Videos were given the amazing news that their videos will be posted on the Sanya Tourism website for visitors and residents of Sanya to enjoy. Additionally, the five delegates received Miss World Medals.
The other two delegates that made a big splash in the overall Multimedia challenge and were ranked among the top three are Second Place – Mexico and Third Place – Kenya.
And the 2018 Miss World Multimedia Challenge winner and automatic qualifier to the Miss World top 30 is…Nepal!
Miss Nepal, the Multimedia Challenge winner now joins:
France (Top Model Winner)
Japan (Talent Winner)
USA (Sports Woman)
Mauritius (Head to Head)
Venezuela (Head to Head)
Bangladesh (Head to Head)
Chile (Head to Head)
Malaysia (Head to Head)
India (Head to Head)
Singapore (Head to Head)
Thailand (Head to Head)
Mexico (Head to Head)
Uganda (Head to Head)
Now, the remaining delegates have their eyes set on the Beauty With A Purpose FastTrack – where the top five projects will advance – or hoping to win over the Miss World expert panel of judges for one of the 10 spots available on December 8 on the Miss World Final stage.