Miss World Barbados 2019 Crowned

Ché Amor Greenidge, 25, from Bridgetown was crowned Miss World Barbados 2019 at a glamorous affair hosted in her hometown on August 31, 2019.

On her coronation, she said: “This has been such an incredible journey and I am honoured that I stand here tonight as your Miss World Barbados. I am also excited to be sharing with you a lot of new things including details of our ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ project working with the deaf community. Thank you all for the incredible support and all the love you showed me, I will make you all proud at Miss World 2019.”

Ché has launched a project called 'End The Silence' and aims to empower and represent the youth, particularly the deaf community which led her to learn American Sign Language.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with International Relations from the University of the West Indies in Mona, Kingston, Jamaica. If she was to win Miss World 2019, she would be the first-ever titleholder of the international festival from her country. Her fellow Bridgetown native Ashley Lashley, 20, finished in the Top 30 in Miss World 2018 in Sanya, China.

She will now enjoy a year of appearances in her new role and will represent Barbados along with 130 contestants from around the world at the three-week festival and 69th Miss World Final in London.

The highly-anticipated Miss World final show will be broadcast globally to over 150 countries, where global fans can watch reigning Miss World, Vanessa Ponce de León, pass the crown to the 69th Miss World.

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