The Head-to-Head Challenge is the latest component to the Miss World competition and each of the 120 contestants have been drawn into one of 20 Head-to-Head challenge groups.
On Tuesday, Alanna Smith shared a video on her Facebook page that had been posted on YouTube announcing that Cook Islands was the predicted winner for Group 5.
“That moment when you scroll online and stumble across a video posted about Miss Worlds Head to Head challenge predictions and find the Cook Islands as the predicted winner for my Group 5. Gee, no pressure,” Smith wrote on her Facebook Page.
Smith says the Head-to-Head challenge is new to the Miss World competition this year.
Over the next few weeks, people around the world will get the chance to “meet” each of the contestants through social media and find out a little more about them.
“On the final day of the challenge each group will be asked one question, and each girl will have 30 seconds to answer that question.
“It will then be put to the social media world to choose their favourite contestant and who they think answered the question best,” Smith said.
November is World Circus month and the World Circus championships are being held in China.
Smith said yesterday that she and some of the other Miss World contestants had been privileged to meet a group of talented performers at the Chimelong Circus Hotel.
“I got the opportunity to finally wear my fun and awesome two piece by “Inangaro,” she wrote.
Smith says she will keep followers updated through her Facebook page “Miss World – Cook Islands” and will be letting people know how to keep up with the head-to-head challenge updates and the voting system.