On Friday, November 22 took place the elimination round for the Miss World Top Model mini competition organized as part of the Miss World 2019. 112 candidates presented their personality and confidence on the catwalk, and the jury selected 40 finalists who advanced to the next stage. These are representatives of Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, China, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Finland, France, Haiti, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Macau, Mexico, Moldova, Nigeria, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Slovakia, South Sudan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, Wales, Venezuela, Hungary, Vietnam and Italy.
On Friday, November 22 there was a qualifying round for the Miss World Top Model mini competition organized as part of the Miss World 2019. 112 candidates presented their own style in the solo presentation. Then they presented themselves in pairs.
Jurors: Zandra Rhodes (designer), Wilnelia Merced Forsyth (Miss World 1975) and Marsha Rae Ratcliff (philanthropist) assessed the personality, charisma and self-confidence that the candidates stood out during the catwalk presentation. After long consultations, it was possible to choose TOP 40.
Taqiyyah Francis from Antigua and Barbuda, Judit Grnja from Argentina, Sarah Marschke from Australia, Che Amor Greenidge from Barbados, Ivana Ladan from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Elís Miele Coelho from Brazil, Li Peishan from China, Katarina Mamić from Croatia , Mirjana Muratović from Montenegro, Denisa Spergerová from Czech Republic, Natasja Kunde from Denmark, Alba Marie Blair from Dominican Republic, Michelle Dee from Philippines, Dana Mononen from Finland, Ophély Mézino from France, Alysha Morency from Haiti, Lila Lam from Hong Kong, Suman Rao from India, Princess Megonondo from Indonesia, Toni-Ann Singh from Jamaica, Madina Batyk from Kazakhstan, Maria Wavinya from Kenya, Yu Yanan from Macau, Ashley Alvídrez from Mexico, Elizaveta Kuznitova from Moldova, Nyekachi Douglas from Nigeria, Milena Sadowska from Poland, Daniella Rodríguez from Puerto Rico, Alina Sanko from Russia, Frederika Kurtulíková from Slovakia, Mariah Joseph Maget from South Sudan, Tya Janè Ramey from Trinidad and Tobago, Simay Rasimoğlu from Turkey, Oliver Nakakande from Uganda, Marharyta Pasha from Ukraine, Gabriella Jukes from Wales, Isabella Rodríguez from Venezuela, Krisztina Nagypál from Hungary, Lương Thùy Linh from Vietnam and Adele Sammartino from Italy.