Kenya’s Magline Jeruto briefly struggled during the final question round in Miss World 2017 pageant held in Sanya, China on November 18. She was asked a question about cyberbullying, India Today reported.

Jeruto finished in the top five by the end of the night. India’s Manushi Chhillar was crowned Miss World 2017.

During the final question round, the Kenyan beauty was asked, “Cyberbullying is one of the greatest problems in the world today. How would you solve this?” This question came from the Head-To-Head Challenge which was among the pageant’s fast track events.

The Head-To-Head Challenge is the newest format in the competition.

She was able to compose herself and answer the question well in the beginning but midway through her performance, she stopped for a few seconds before continuing. She said, “Cyberbullying is one of the major problems in the world today and it should be ended.”

This 24-year-old travel consultant from the African nation also discussed the repercussions that cyberbullying brings to online users, particularly in social media. She also was among the finalists in the Top Model competition.

The same question was asked to Philippines’ representative, Laura Lehmann, during the Head-To-Head Challenge. Despite winning this fast track event, she failed to make it through the Top 15 quarterfinals during the coronation night.

Jeruto graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism and Travel Management, her profile stated on the pageant’s official website. Her dream job is to become a diplomat, and she also enjoys traveling, hiking, and dancing the salsa. She is a fan of Pharrell Williams and her favorite song is “Happy.”

India wins, ends drought

Meanwhile, India’s representative Manushi Chhillar was among those who gave out the best answer during the final competition.

She was asked about which profession she thought deserved the highest salary.

She dedicated her response to her mother, saying that “love and respect” matter more than the “cash” that a person can give. She answered, “A mother deserves the highest respect... My mother has been a huge inspiration. It is the mother’s job that deserves the biggest salary.”

Her win marked India’s sixth time in winning Miss World pageant.

However, it took around 17 years before the South Asian nation was able to produce its new winner, E! Online reported.

Greetings from Hollywood

The last representative from India who won Miss World before Chhillar clinched the crown was Priyanka Chopra in 2000. Chopra is now a well-known Hollywood actress.

The actress tweeted, “And we have a successor! Congratulations @ManushiChhillar on becoming #MissWorld2017... cherish and learn, and most importantly enjoy it. Bravo.”

Andrea Meza from Mexico was declared first runner-up. England’s Stephanie Hill won as second runner-up.