Mumbai-based Sushmita Singh Becomes First Indian Teen to Crown ‘Miss Teen World’

Everyone is highly excited about the recently finished Lok Sabha Elections 2019 and the ICC World Cup 2019. Amidst all these interesting elements, we might have missed something that makes all the Indians proud. An 18-year old girl from Mumbai namely Sushmita Singh recently won the Miss Teen World title at a striking event in EI Salvador, USA. Last year, Angivete Toribio of Dominican Republic won the title and this year, Sushmita had won it.

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Besides the winner, the runner ups were from the Dominican Republic and Panama. The jury has finally decided the winner of the contest based on some vital factors. It includes fashion, glamour, behavior, intelligence, and fitness. The show makers have organized this show for about 8 days. During this period, the girls took part in a slew of activities such as mayor visits, site-seeing, photo shoots, sponsor activities, public parades, and other charitable causes.

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As per the latest report, the winner Sushmita is a Mass Media student who has a great interest in painting and sports. She is also an efficient orator. On the platform, Sushmita said, 'I was told I was not beautiful, but I worked hard and stood up for myself, and here I am. I want to serve as an inspiration to all girls to dare to live their dreams.'

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With her powerful and strong answer, Sushmita won the hearts of the audience as well as the jury. The parents of Sushmita - Satyabhama and Naveen Singh said, 'In our hearts we always believed our daughter was the winner, but when we arrived at the contest, we saw the hard work of all the girls in a very well organized and disciplined contest, and now we have friendships from all over the world and we aim at representing all the girls, because all of them are winners in their own right.'

The crown that Sushmita wore was designed by taking inspiration from the crown of King Enrique IV of England. Sushmita Singh has truly made all the Indians proud of her through this great achievement. We wish Sushmita to win much more awards and titles in future.

by Neetu Panwar | Fri, May 31 - 12:42 PM

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