And so, The White Beach Pageant of Misters 2015 was finally held last xnight at Blue Bell Beach Resort in Mati, Davao Oriental. Except for surprise Top 5 finisher Ian Flores Alibo of Davao del Norte, the rest are considered running favorites in the competition so far. There is Rick Palencia of Tacloban, Reniel Villareal of Pagbilao, Karan Singhdole of Sta. Rosa and Nicholo Zacarias of Lipa City. From hereon now, the announced quintet will have one fast-track winner to be announced during the September 13 grand finals, along with the winners for Top Model, Formal Wear and
The twenty (20) Official “Homegrown” Candidates of Miss Republic of the Philippines have finally been selected during the Final Screening held at the Fisher Mall in Quezon City. These ladies will now be joined by the twenty (20) other contenders coming from Filipino Communities abroad. Pageant owner Lynette Padolina led the screening panel, along with personalities in the business, fashion and entertainment fields.
Coronation night of the pageant will be on November 8. But between now and that date, the selected final qualifiers will be immersed in more training and personality development in order to groom them for the more demanding aspects of the competition.
Know more about the Official Candidates soon! :-)
Please forgive me.
There are so many dead spots in Davao del Norte that uploading a new blog entry has become practically impossible. I have been trying my darndest best, but to no avail.
My apologies for coming up with something just now. I am currently with the Misters 2015 provincial caravan in Davao (Davao del Norte and Davao Oriental) and the wi-fi and mobile data signals are just crawling too slow and I had to find the right areas to get better speed.
I promise to return with new articles soon. Please bear with me. :-)
This coming Thursday afternoon, September 3, at the Fisher Mall in Quezon City, the Final Screening of Miss Republic of the Philippines Beauty Pageant will be conducted. The Official Candidates will have been known after months of continuous search. While the finals won’t be until November 8 in order to give way for the overseas candidates to take time off from their schooling and commitments, the homegrown contenders will get a slight headstart in terms of training and the like.
Let’s see who will finally make it to the list of Top 20 and compete for the two crowns alongside the same number representing Filipino Communities abroad. :-)
This morning, the Misters 2015 candidates are flying to Davao City for a five-day trip to the south.
First stop will be Tagum, Davao del Norte where a tour of the place and the Governor’s Ball await tonight. Tomorrow, it will be off to Mati City, Davao Oriental in preparation for the Beach Wear Competition and the photoshoot. Of course, there will also be time to check the sound and sights of the city.
It will be fun, work, fun all the way for the whole team! :-)
Miss United Continents Philippines 2015 Anabel Christine Tia has nicely settled herself in Guayaquil, Ecuador for the pre-pageant activities of Miss United Continents 2015. In fact, she has started to stand out among the delegates with her always prepared face, hair and stance as you can see in the pictures in this post.
If she keeps up consistent with her glow and ever-smiling aura, then I have no doubt in my mind that she will steal the hearts of the locals in no time at all. She may even turn this into an advantage to get the judges’ nods to make her place well in the finals, if not snatch the crown itself.
Will Anabel be the first Filipina to win Miss United Continents? I don’t see it as an impossibility. She might actually surprise us all in the end. ;-)
The Eighteen (18) lovely candidates of Miss Esplanade Philippines 2015 were presented to the Press yesterday, and served as a Prelude to the formal introduction of the Misters 2015 The Pageant contenders.
These young beauties, representing various colleges and universities in the country will vie for the crown that will make them the social ambassadress of One Esplanade which will usher in a world of opportunities to the inaugural winner.
Kimberly Tee of Colegio de San Juan de Letran was voted Darling of the Press. Aside from her, other early picks are Jamie Imson, Rolaine Galula, Gielyn Sulit and El Fel Banay Banay.
Good luck on the coronation of Miss Esplanade Philippines 2015 on September 18! :-)