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Miss World 2018 First Power Rankings

Miss World 2018 will be the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant which will take place in Sanya, China on 8 December 2018. Manushi Chhillar of India will crown her successor at the end of the event. 119 contestants from all over the world will compete for the crown.

On December 8, 2018 the next Miss World will be crowned in Sanya, China. Manushi Chhillar of India will crown her successor at the end of the event. 120 contestants from all over the world will compete for the crown.


This year marks the 68th edition of the Miss World pageant. Last year, India had their sixth Miss World crown since its inception. It's this time that we have to present our first power rankings.

24-year-old, Maëva Coucke of France tops this ranking. She holds a Degree in International Business and dreams of becoming an actress. She is currently studying for her law degree at Lille 2 University of Health and Law in order to become a corporate lawyer. France top five finished last year had surely inspired her to do better than good in winning the Miss World crown after 65 years.

In second place is Chile's Anahí Hormazabal. A model and a first year student of Foreign Trade Engineering who loves travelling, yoga, trekking, Zumba, fitness and Kagaya Art and has special talents for singing and dancing. Anahí's pretty face has the aura of becoming a Miss World winner.

After Mexico's first runner-up finish last year it isn't a surprise that Mexico's Vanessa Ponce de Leon is on the third spot on this list. It's high time for Mexico to win it's first Miss World crown. Vanessa completed her Degree in International Business and is currently on the Board of Directors of a Rehab centre for girls and volunteers for 'Migrantes en el Camino'. She works as a model as well and is speaking for the National Youth Institute.

Coming next is Alya Nurshabrina of Indonesia. With Indonesia's recent success in the Miss World pageant in the past years it wouldn't be a surprised should Alya win the crown. Alya holds a Degree in International Relations and is currently working as a visual artist. This talented Indonesian who can do a live speed painting whilst singing music from Theatrical Shows has already published her own book of poetry.

Completing our top five is Uganda's Quiin Abenakyo who completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Computing. She's passionate in cooking and dreams of becoming a top Chef and a successful Business Woman. This Naomi Campbell look-alike has participated in the New York Fashion week. She believes that "if you believe, you can achieve."

Miss World 2018 First Power Ranking Complete List:

1 France
2 Chile
3 Mexico
4 Indonesia
5 Uganda

6 India
7 Puerto Rico
8 Korea
9 Vietnam
10 Tanzania

11 Vietnam
12 Nepal
13 United States
14 Philippines
15 Venezuela

16 Japan
17 Nepal
18 Trinidad and Tobago
19 China
20 New Zealand

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