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05-Latoya Tingle – Miss The Beauty Spot

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Personal Info

  • Num:
    #5
  • Name:
    Latoya Tingle
  • Title:
    Miss The Beauty Spot
  • Age:
    19
  • Height:
    5’3″
  • Vital Statistics:
    30-26-37
  • Occupation:
    Student

Hobbies and Interests

  • School Last Attended:
    Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts
  • Scholastic Awards/Achievements:
    2nd place spelling bee 2004 at Jessie Ripoll Primary
    Dancer of the year 2005 and 2010
    JCDC Dance Festival Best Solo Female
  • Hobbies:
    Dancing, listening to music, taking pics
  • Favourite Color:
    Pink
  • Favourite Food:
    Shrimp Pasta
  • Favourite Sport:
    Gymnastics, Track and Field
  • Favourite Singer:
    Beyoncé
  • Favourite Actor:
    Megan Good
  • Favourite Film:
    Jumping the Broom
  • Life’s Ambition:
    My life ambition is to become a professional dancer/ choreographer or a model. I’d also like to be an accountant.
  • What are your five-year goals?:
    After I finish my bachelors degree at Edna Manley in Dance I’m going to move on to pursue my masters in Dance which will take two years and after that I want to pursue another degree in finance to get more educated as it relates to accounting. In all of that I’d like to have my own dance studio or company and a public figure for women.
  • Motivation for entering Miss Jamaica World 2017?:
    I’ve recently developed a passion for modeling as well as being this public figure or role model for women all over especially to women who are similar to me in terms of same color complexion and body type and this gives me a chance to convince or prove myself that I can be this positive person to Jamaica and the world.
  • What is your most unusual experience?:
    None
  • Describe your proudest/happiest moment:
    My proudest and happiest moment is when I was 8 years old and I won’t Best Solo Female 2007. I didn’t think I had the confidence to dance on a stage by myself and the fact that I was going up against the best. That moment gave me the courage to continue doing what I love and I always say do it with passion or not at all and that moment gave me the strength to be where I am today as a dancer and as a person.