Thulisa Keyi (Photo: Yolanda van der Stoep)
Johannesburg – Miss World South Africa Thulisa Keyi is having a blast in Sanya, China as she prepares for the 68th annual Miss World pageant.
As part of the pageant, contestants from all around the world are put through their paces through a number of challenges which will result in a top 30 being chosen – the first of which is the head-to-head challenge.
The head-to-head challenge has made its return to the pageant for a second year after gaining popularity with audiences in 2017.
Contestants have been divided into 20 groups. They will compete in challenges and each group will have one winner determined by public vote. Those 20 winners will then face off against each other for 10 spots in the Miss World final 30.
Voting for each contestant opens when the episode of the challenge, in which they took place, is shared on social media, and closes on 28 November according to the Miss World Facebook page.
“There are 4 ways to vote for your favourite contestant to advance to round 2 of the head to head challenge,” the post reads.
The 68th Miss World pageant takes place on 8 December 2018.