But not Glennifer. She is ready. And instead of letting the two previous consecutive wins of the Philippines in the pageant take a toll on her poise and all, she’d rather look at how she can be the best version of herself in Kuala Lumpur for the competition. Add to that an underlying psy-war of sorts to combat the inflow of anxiety. She knows that there is no longer a target on her back because the other candidates will automatically assume that it would be impossible for the same country to score another top victory because that would be stretching generosity to levels of excess. And that is where our rep will come from. She’ll do her thing without anybody breathing down her neck. And if she stands out with her performance, then well and good.
A back-to-back-to-back is almost unimaginable. But not totally out of this world. If Glennifer has it in her fate to be the successor of Miss Tourism International 2013/ 14 Angeli Dione Gomez, then it will happen. 😉