Miss World: Gibraltar's Kaiane Aldorino crowned

Miss World Gibraltars

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December 13, 2009 00:56

 
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Kaiane Aldorino from Gibraltar was named the new Miss World at a glittering two-hour pageant that put South Africa in the spotlight and featured traditional dancers and drummers. The leggy brunette, dressed in white-lace evening gown, was crowned as silver confetti rained down onstage around her. She clapped her hands to her mouth when her name was announced. "I have no words," she said when asked to describe how she felt. "I am really happy." The 23-year-old administrative clerk from the British territory on the tip of the Iberian peninsula was a crowd favorite after winning the swimsuit competition.

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