As per latest but shocking reports, a drama took place at the world stage of ‘Mrs. Sri Lanka’ beauty procession. On April 04, Pushpika De Silva was announced and crowned the new Mrs. Sri Lanka. But, what happened later became the talk of the town. A few minutes later, she was de-crowned but after a gap of some time, the crown was given back to her.
A video recording from the stage of Mrs. Sri Lanka beauty pageant has reached the web and it is doing rounds at the moment.
The ruling Mrs. World and 2019 Mrs. Sri Lanka, Caroline Jurie, took back the crown from Pushpika De Silva and gave it to the first runner-up. This drama happened within a few minutes of Pushpika being crowned as the victor.
As per reports, Pushpika stood disqualified over statements of her being a separated woman. As per beauty pageant directions, only married females can possess the label of Mrs. Sri Lanka. In the video recording, upset Pushpika speedily exited from the stage after she gets de-crowned by 2019 Mrs. Sri Lanka, Caroline Jurie.
But, Pushika De Silva shared a special post on Facebook, and in a lengthy post, she talked about the distressing happening. An excerpt reads: “Firstly, I would like to give my respect and thanks to the judiciary for choosing me as the winner of the 2020 Married Beauty Queen Crown. Secondly, as I think, for the first time in the history of the beauty queen not in Sri Lanka but in the world, even though my crown has been snatched in front of everyone insult fully, I will keep my head straight at this moment of writing and say that I am proud and proud as before. Me, myself, and this is just another incident for me. On the other hand, I’m not a separated woman. I say with great responsibility that I am not a single woman even at this moment of writing. If I was a split-up, I would dare them to submit my split-up scripts. I haven’t hidden from the world that I’m with my child. I also have personal reasons to be that way. But, being apart is one. Split-up is something else. I’m still an un [email protected]@ced woman.”
But, as per reports, the award was given back to her on Tuesday at a news meeting, after pageant directors made the confirmation that she was not a single woman. They have also expressed regret to her.
The victor of the Mrs. Sri Lanka competition goes on to contend in the Mrs. World competition. The authorized Mrs. World Instagram account acknowledged De Silva`s triumph in a special post with her picture on Tuesday.