THE final night of Miss World Fiji has been described as a really nice evening.
New Zealand-born supermodel Rachel Hunter said it was difficult to choose a winner on Saturday night.
"It's difficult to single out one girl," she said.
"They all have strong values and all have been working with the community.
"The girls were absolutely stunning and fun."
Sixteen-year old Torika Watters was crowned Miss World Fiji.
The evening began with the Malaga meke by the Pasifika Voices of the University of the South Pacific and led by Igelese Ete.
Ms Hunter said the Pasifika Voices were unbelievable.
She also described Jasmine Duxbury's voice, who sang the mental health theme song 'Keep on walking', as unbelievable, saying Jasmine caught her attention.
For Miss World Fiji national director Andhy Blake the competition was a dream come true and the crowning fulfilled a dream he had when he was five-years old.
"It has been an awesome six-week journey," he said.
"Tonight I have made 13 new sisters.
"Fiji is proud to be the first country in the South Pacific to be granted this franchise (Miss World)."
Entertainment by the VOU dance group provided the international judges, diplomats and locals a chance to appreciate and enjoy the Fijian culture.
Following her crowning, Ms Watters says she has gained confidence from the pageant.