Dorothy Laurent from Petite Soufriere emerged Madame Wob Dwiyet 2019.
Four ladies contested for the title on Thursday October 17th at the Old Mill Cultural Centre.
The ladies were judged for three rounds, Best Performing Talent, Best Creative Creole Fashion and Best in Wob Dwiyet.
Dorothy Laurent copped the titles for Best in Wob Dwiyet and Best in Creative Creole Fashion while Angelica Gasper took the award for Best Performing Talent.
The third runner up was Christina Charles from Grand Bay, with Theresa Honore from Portsmouth emerging second runner up.
The first runner up position went to Angelica Gasper from Castle Bruce.
The 2018 Madame Wob Dwiyet was Louvean Jeremie.