Here are more photos of the 40 Bb. Pilipinas 2011 Official Candidates. You can definitely see the joy and exuberance in their eyes for making it this unique year where the usual 24 contenders have been stretched to 16 more. Between now and the pageant night on April 9, a lot of things can still happen (like disqualifications due to a lot of reasons or backing-out and the like) so don’t be surprised if the number goes down (hopefully not by much) after two months.
For now, let us all enjoy these ladies. You will see more candidate-dedicated blogs in the next few weeks or so. 😉
Owing to the fiercer quality of applicants this year (with four more added to the Top 50 at the last minute), BPCI decided to up the number of annointed candidates and make the 2011 pageant more exciting. Did your favorites make it?
Anyways, these forty ladies will vie for two (2) major titles – Bb. Pilipinas-Universe and Bb. Pilipinas-International – which will earn them the right to represent the Philippines in the Miss Universe 2011 in Sao Paolo, Brazil and Miss International 2011 in China, respectively. The real competition starts right now.
The Bb. Pilipinas 2011 Coronation Night will be held on April 9, to be aired over ABS-CBN.
Last year, Dianne Necio tried her luck for Bb. Pilipinas. She landed First Runner-Up.
Not contented with placing next to the Queens of 2010, she is more determined than ever to nail a crown that eluded her. And believe me, she wants the top spot and become the Philippines’ representative to the Miss Universe 2011 in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Does she have what it takes to follow the act of Venus Raj in 2010? (Photo credit: Melvin Sia of OPMB Worldwide)
The 24 Official Candidates of Bb. Pilipinas 2011 will be announced tonight (wee hours of the morning of January 30 if you will). And Dianne is a shoo-in to make it as one of them.
What do you think, dear readers? Will Dianne Necio come out victorious in 2011? 😉
There are fifty (50) shortlisted ladies right now vying for the 24 Official Candidates slots of Bb. Pilipinas 2011. Above are ten of the wannabes I’m liking so far. Will they make it to the two dozen hopefuls come Saturday?
(L-R) Miss World Limited Inc. Head Julia Morley, Emma Wareus (Miss World 2010 First Runner-Up), Alexandria Mills (Miss World 2010) and Cory Quirino (Miss World-Philippines franchise holder) Photo courtesy of OPMB Worldwide
video courtesy of OPMBvids
Here for the contract signing of the new franchise for Miss World-Philippines are the indefatigable Julia Morley who heads Miss World Limited, Inc., the reigning Miss World Alexandria Mills from the USA and her 1st Runner-Up Emma Wareus from Botswana. Franchise owner Cory Quirino warmly welcomed the group and made sure that their short stay in the country is memorable.
The very first edition of Miss World-Philippines will be staged this year and I’m sure it will be a big one. 😉
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