MISS Superdrug Pharmacy Fatafehi Ditoka wowed the crowd and the judges at the queen's talent night and walked away with the best talent title.
Miss Ditoka performed a rendition of Beyonce Knowles' hit I Was Here to beat strong performances from Miss Kris Amusement Siteri Tagilala and Miss FBC Priscilla Reddy.
Hibiscus Festival auditor Kamlesh Kumar, who presented the results at the Bank of Baroda tent at Albert Park last night said all the girls performed exceptionally well.
"The judges had a very hard time deciding this year's winner and the girls performed very well," Mr Kumar said.
The crowd inside the tent, in true festive spirit, kept themselves entertained through breaks in the show with the respective contestants each receiving vocal support from family and friends.
Other notable talents on the night included Miss Carpenters Mary Wesley who performed an expressive dance and Savaira Sigawale who performed an iTaukei song about cyclones and advocated on the importance of being prepared for them.
Miss FBC Priscilla Reddy impressed with an emotional performance depicting a girl contemplating taking her own life.
Miss MHCC Temalesi Waqa also stood out with her recital of a poem based on the NCDs epidemic sweeping the Pacific.
Miss Sinopec Natasha Verma proved to be a crowd favourite as well, merging her performance that paid homage to the King of Pop Michael Jackson, with a message for climate change preparedness.