Jamaica’s consultant within the Miss Universe pageant, Jordanne Lauren Levy, positioned tenth on the Miss Universe grand coronation in El Salvador on Saturday.
Jamaica was the one Caribbean consultant to have made it into the Prime 20 this yr.
In an interview with the Jamaica Observer following the competitors, the 27-year-old medical physician, who additionally competed within the swimsuit competitors, stated she is happy with her achievement.
“I really feel immensely proud to have the ability to signify my nation. I stand tall in all the pieces that I consider in, my experiences that gave me the place to be within the Prime 20. I’m happy with all of the work that I put in to achieve the place I did,” Levy shared.
She additionally stated was grateful to have visited El Salvador for the competitors.
“I’m so grateful for my expertise in El Salvador, it was a dream come true for me. It’s actually a childhood dream of mine. I wrote it down in my childhood diary. I used to be in a position to be on stage and see the dazzling lights and embrace all of it.
“El Salvador was the right place to host the Miss Universe pageant, very like Jamaica, it has pure magnificence and heat folks, and I’m so grateful that I used to be in a position to be part of the 72nd Miss Universe pageant,” Levy stated.
Nicaragua’s Sheynnis Palacois was topped because the 2023 Miss Universe winner, whereas Thailand’s Anntonia Porsild and Australia’s Morayah Wilson completed second and third respectively.
The grand coronation of the 72nd Miss Universe pageant was held on the Jose’ Adolfo Pineda Area in San Salvador, El Salvador. Grammy-award profitable American R&B singer John Legend carried out throughout the coronation.
Jamaica has made the Prime 10 on the Miss Universe finals on eight events.
The nation’s highest place within the competitors got here in 2010 when Yendi Phillips completed in second place behind Mexico’s Ximena Navarrete.