Miss Earth 2012 has been crowned, and she is Tereza Fajksova of the Czech Republic.
At the end of the hair-disheveling finals in Versailles Palace, the 23 year-old student from Ivancice defeated 79 other contenders for the title, her country’s first in the environment-centered pageant. Comprising her elemental court are Miss Air Stephany Stefanowitz of the Philippines, Miss Water Osmariel Villalobos of Venezuela and Miss Fire Camila Brant of Brazil
The ladies who made it to Top 8 are Siria Bojorquez of the USA, Tamerin Jardine of South Africa, Nagma Shrestha of Nepal and Natalia Pereverzeva of Russia.
It must have been Tereza’s goddess charm that won the judges over. She was unable to answer the final Q&A (she stated that she did not understand the question), and instead, simply spoke about her love and respect for Mother Earth. She apologised for not being able to give the desired reply. Nonetheless, she must’ve already been under the strong radar of the panel right from the announcement of the Top 16.
She tripped on her evening gown while doing her victory walk, but quickly regained her composure with the help of Stephany. It’s interesting to note that the elemental countries for 2012 are the same as last year’s, except for the winner – just a quick shuffle of placements for the Philippines, Venezuela and Brazil.
Congratulations to all the winners! 😀
HA HA HA…. NORM I THINK ITS TIME FOR YOU TO HAVE LASER EYE SURGERY CUZ YOU CANT EVEN SPOT A WINNER IN ANY AND I MEAN ANY BEAUTY PAGEANTS…. OH NICOLE SCHMITZ THIS NICOLE SCHMITZ THAT…. ALL SHE WAS WAS A TOP 15 CLAPPER…. PATHETIC….. OH OH AND TURKEY FOR MISS EARTH… WTF ARE YOU LOOKING AT SHE LOOKS LIKE A TRANNY… I GUESS BEING A HOMO YOURSELF MAKES YOUR TASTE QUESTIONABLE…. REALLY NORMAN….! OH I CANT WAIT FOR YOUR INSANELY WRONG PREDICTIONS FOR MISS U!…. IM SALIVATING ALREADY….. OH AND YOURE WELCOME…. YOU HAVE TO THANK ME FOR ALL THE COMMENTS I GET HERE….. I AM “THE ONLY TROLL” THAT SPICES UP YOUR BLOG ……! AND YOU KNOW IT BIOATCH!
my guess is that flor hemorroid is an ugly woman so unhappy of her life that she decided to spend 99% of her worthless time in front of the keyboard. Seriously, get a life miss. Or at least start your own blog that you can vent all your rants in.
Angelo, that’s a possibility. Although I’m more inclined to think that the judges were really hooked by Czech Rep’s beauty and presence. If Carousel had its way, they would’ve wanted either Venezuela or South Africa winning (as a little birdie from the inside told me), knowing that they already blended well with either Osmariel or Tamerin. Sadly, Osmel’s baby had a weak answer in the Q&A, while Ms. Jardine wore a less than resplendent gown during Top 8 (and that might’ve costed her a Top 4 slot). At any rate, I don’t feel bad about the winner. It’s about time another European won the crown. 🙂
I doubt if Stephany will get that courtesy call with PNoy. Since the pageant is owned and hosted by a Philippine organization, the prestige is not that big a thing for Malacanang, unlike Miss Universe and Miss World which recognized Filipinas abroad.
Kuya Norms, my prediction is right.
I got 4 of the top 8 and 2 of the top 4.
And I’m so happy that my prediction on who will be the winner is…I got it,, Czeck Rep…
Good for you, basil! 🙂
kuya norms, ignore this flor mongoloid, she’s insecure!
Oh norman! YET AGAIN THE WRONG PREDICTIONS!!!!! Wonk wonk wonk:( robbed? What the hell are u talking about? You cant even make the right predictions EVER! And now ur claiming some of ur predicted candidates were robbed? You re so dellusional! YOU SUCK AS ALWAYS! youre a joke norman.
I was half-expecting your comments many hours ago, flor monroid. 😀
Miss czech republic gown had a similarity to miss universe ukraine 2011..
They do, right? 🙂
LESSON MUST BE LEARNED from these medal counts…. they are just a paraphernalias to prevent US the pageant fans and to confuse us for making our own predictions. I said it before and I will say it AGAIN. IT IS STILL THE POWER OF THE JUDGES VOTES THAT really COUNT and not these medals. History of last year repeat itself, Brazil, Venezuela and PH. Miss Czeck Republic is actually my early favorite to win, (because she’s very beautiful and tall) but I thought she’s not gonna make it because of the medal. Now I know, the power of the JUDGES prevailed!
Very true, Koala-San. The challenges were termed as mere fun activities during the telecast, and that says a lot of how it was treated in pre-judging.
its more better result than ms.world 2012,, i dont understand,turkey,thailand & puerto rico dont make it. to be honest iam so happy philippines place as runners up,, dont ask me Y! simply bec iam a filipino & i dont care other people opinion about her,, anyway she has a beautiful face period… iam so happy philippines always place runners up & winners in diff pageant… masasabi ko lang gandang lahi ang pinoy…!!! next mr.world feeling ko magplace tau jan….
Norman – These final rankings seem disappointing and questionable. Miss Czech Republic is one stunningly tall blonde babe, but the fact that she beat candidates like South Africa, Turkey, or even Venezuela is beyond me. What happened to all those challenge medals, the score sheets, the environmental advocacies, or even the final Q&A? In the end, it appears these were thrown out the window, and Miss Earth turned out to be just that – a beauty contest with a questionable veneer.
And not to be critical of Stephany (Philippines), but her first runner-up finish in a field of highly competitive candidates smacks of favoritism. Let’s face it — there is something to be said when a host country’s candidate consistently has a high placement batting average — 42% as top 4; and 83% as a semifinalist. The Carousel organizers can keep going down this road if they so choose, but I’m not sure the rest the world will.
Another caveat here is should Miss Czech resign or get dethroned (as Eastern European winners seem to have a propensity for), the Philippines gets to win its second crown.
^i could have written this myself lol
Agree with all your points, Glenn. The challenges were just time-filling activities that hold no weight on the final results. I hope Tereza commits herself 100% to the crown.
relax enzo, look at ur slot….not spot!
truly,.. disappointing the top 16 result there are lots of ladies who deserve on that spot, what’s the use of higher scorer in the challenges!
Kuya Norms, until now can’t still believed that Miss Turkey and Miss Thailand out of top 16…! anyhow…congrats to Tereza Fajksova of the Czech Republic… Miss USA & South Africa wasn’t able to reach top 4… My gosssssh!!! what the result,….carousel???????
I am shocked as well. Tamerin Jardine was robbed of a place in the Final 4. If her evening gown was the sole deciding factor for not making the elemental cut, then that’s sad. And Turkey, Thailand and Puerto Rico not in the Top 16 is unimaginable. I can’t believe Korea, Japan and Mexico (even Italy) took their slots.
Norman — Several candidates, not just Tamerin, were, indeed, robbed. Whatever credibility the Carousel organizers had left, they have squandered outright with these results which are, as you say, unimaginable. I’ve already made my decision not to follow this pageant ever again.