6 comments on “Here’s the new and improved Farida Waller for Miss Universe 2012

  1. MISS THAILAND HAS A MUSTACHE…. IS IT TRUE BINIAZZ WAS DISQUALIFIED BECAUSE THE MU ORGANIZATION FOUND OUT SHE’S REALLY PUSHING 40? (GOD KNOWS SHE LOOKS EVERY BIT LIKE IT) THE NERVE SHE’S GOT BLAMING HER DETHRONEMENT ON LOVELY PITBULLS. BB. PILIPINAS SHOULD STOP USING DEEP DARK RED LIPSTICK ON JANINE. THE DEEP SHADES MAKE HER LOOK OLDER AND WITH AN INCREDIBLE OVERBITE. SPEAKING OF OLD AND OVERBITES, THERE’S A REASON WHY SOUSA PUTS ESSER IN PALE LIPSTICK AND A LIP LINER 2 SHADES DARKER.

  2. Gorgeous Face, I just hope she has a great catwalk skills.
    Last year, Miss Greece has one of the most beautiful faces and great catwalk skilss,but she was left unplaced.
    So what will be the fate of Farida, I have I hunch that Thailand will be the recepient of online voting.
    I love her face,she resembles Mariana Berumen of Mexico and a refined version of Marian Rivera the starlet.

  3. thanks! i’m sure there are more beauties to come specially with the globalization of Filipinos. appreciate the reply.

  4. Hello Norman! I’m curious of the pageant trends of candidates. The hapa seems to be a factor, or isn’t it? I was reading an article of “mixed race, pretty face” where eurasian breeds have that exotic glamour. Asian models with a half breed are now considered the new white in the fashion industry. I used to think our delegates with foreign sounding names and mestizas, for that matter, had greater chances of winning. Farida has the genes, the transformation of the “latina vibe” well, to me may or may not be a factor (Trump factor?) In conjunction to your recent post of the new Miss Universe Canada, do you by chance know her geneology?

    • First off, Jeff, Adwoah Yamoah is of Ghanaian descent. At a young age, she migrated to Canada together with her family.

      As far as pageant trends go, mixed racial beauties can be hit-or-miss, unlike in the fashion industry where they are always welcome due to the uniqueness of their appearance. For example, the number of successful “cross-breed” Filipinas in the international pageant arena is not that high. To name a few, there are Gwendolyn Ruais (MW2011 1st RU), Venus Raj (MU2010 4th RU), Lalaine Bennett (MU1963 3rd RU) and Karla Henry (ME2007 Winner). Their types are supposedly surefire placers but not all the time. Bottomline is that the candidate should have that something special to set her apart, and it doesn’t always come with a mixed ethnicity. 😉

      P.S. I did not include Dorothy Sue Bradley (who placed 1st RU in Miss Young International 1977) because she is of German-American mix. She just happens to have been born and raised in the Philippines.

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