The Miss World Organisation has revealed the Miss World 2015 Talent Fast Track Winner. Miss Guyana Lisa Punch won the talent night on 14 December by impressing the judges with her original song, titled One Last Time, which was written in tribute to her late cousin.
The 23-year-old's relative apparently was the first person to encourage her singing career. She said after the win: "This victory means everything to me. This proves that my cousin was right, and I thank him and everyone in the audience for making my dream come true."
Miss Malaysia Brynn Lovett came second on the night, while Jamaica beauty Sanneta Myrie was third. The rest who made it into the top five are Latafale Alofa Auva'a from Samoa and Paraguay's Giovanna Cordeiro Villalba.
The 65th annual Miss World pageant final will take place on 19 December at the Beauty Crown Grand Theatre in Sanya, China. The country will be hosting the annual event for the sixth time this year. At the coronation night, the current Miss World, Rolene Strauss of South Africa, will pass on the crown to her successor.
Miss Natasha Hemmings is representing England in the annual beauty pageant. According to the Miss World Official website, the 20-year-old describes herself as "independent" with "a passion for music."