Clockwise from top left: Rhea Nakpil, Zandra Flores, Gabrielle Runnstrom and Anna Carmina Antonio. (Photo credit: OPMB Worldwide)
Clockwise from top left: Imee Schweighart, Jhan Helen Villanueva, Mariel de Leon and Nicole Donesa (Photo credit: OPMB Worldwide)
Clockwise from top left: Aiyana Mickiewicz, Pia Wurtzbach, Jam Mayoralgo and Paula Bernasor. (Photo credit: OPMB Worldwide)
Angeli Gomez and her hula hoop (Photo credit: OPMB Worldwide)
Of the more than a dozen Bb. Pilipinas 2013 Official Candidates who took part in the Talent Show, you would think that the potential winner would be the one with the most novel skill – probably a magician-wannabe like Anna Carmina Antonio. But no, the ladies who really brought down the house could boil down to a trio of entries from Aces & Queens who showed their vocal chops while presenting themselves with class and refinement. Jacqueline Mayoralgo, Mariel de Leon and Pia Wurtzbach did that and made their marks quite well.
But while I am impressed with the singing abilities of Jam and Pia, my vote would have to go to Mariel whose classical singing can leave anyone in awe. I can’t remember a time when a Bb. Pilipinas candidate performed such stirring gift of voice. These three should fight it off for the Miss Talent award if the judges are thinking in the same wavelength.
On other fronts, there were those who danced (like Aiyana’s belly-dancing, Gabrielle’s flamenco and Angeli’s hula hoop turn) and acted (like Rhea Nakpil), but I would place them as competent performers instead of strong contenders. 😉
Below is a video showing some of the ladies in action, courtesy of Jory Rivera of OPMB Worldwide.
And here’s Mariel de Leon with her classical singing (courtesy of Missosology Coverage).
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