Thylane Blondeau rocketed to fame back in 2007 at the tender age of six after being named the 'most beautiful girl in the world' and 11 years later she once again clinched the coveted title, coming in top of TC Candler's 2018 annual awards list, Mail Online reported.
The awards, which began in 1990, pride themselves on being among the most 'diverse' beauty awards, with this year's video announcing the winners racking up over two million views in just two days.
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This year American-Filipino actress Liza Soberano landed fourth, while Israeli model Yael Shelbia came in at number three, and runner-up was awarded to Taiwanese singer Chou Tzu-yu.
Taking to Instagram a delighted Thylane thanked the competition for the award, admitting that she "couldn't believe it".
Sharing a snapshot of the viral video, she wrote: "I just can’t believe it myself, thanks so much @tccandler and everyone who voted."
"I never thought I was once number one! I’m thankful to all of you I really hope you're having great holidays and spend nice Christmas with your family ..all the best to all of you guys lots of love [sic]."
The article originally appeared in Mail Online
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