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Cheers To Megan Young, Miss World 2013

Congratulations to Megan Young for winning the Miss World 2013 Crown. We're so proud of you.


The Kitchen Goddess with Miss World 2013
photo taken at The Garage Ball 2013

Why should you be Miss World? 

"I treasure a core value of humanity and that guides people why they act the way they do. I will use this to show other people how they can understand each other ... as one, we can help society." - Megan Young


I've had an up-close-and-personal encounter with Megan Young a few weeks back at The Garage Ball 2013 held at Republiq. She was very nice and doesn't have a diva-ish attitude especially when being interviewed and have her photo taken about a thousand times that night. Congratulations! 

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