From last year’s batch alone, Hannah, Pia, Kimverlyn and Anabel will rejoin
Ali Forbes already screened yesterday
During yesterday’s screening of Bb. Pilipinas 2015, four of the five ladies in this post have already filed their application – all of them repeaters. There is last year’s 2nd Runner-Up Hannah Ruth Sison, aside from 2012’s 2nd Runner-Up (promoted to 1st Runner-Up after Elaine Kay Moll was given the Miss Supranational Philippines title) Ali Forbes. Two of the 2014 Official Candidates have also joined them – Kimverlyn Suiza and Anabel Christine Tia. And between tomorrow and Friday, Bb. Pilipinas 2013 Runner-Up (and Bb. Pilipinas 2014 finalist) Pia Wurtzbach will also follow suit.
At the rate things are going, this year’s edition of the nationals is looking more and more like the year of the repeaters. And I’m not yet counting in the likes of Patricia Ejercitado and Nichole Manalo who are also being talked about as taking part again.
The good thing about these ladies is that they have already polished themselves way ahead of the newbies/first-timers who will enlist as well. And if BPCI would care to look at the progressive side of things, making them win most of the crowns could equal less effort in basic training and focus on the more demanding parts of international pageant participation.
One setback I can see, though, is that – except for 22 year-old Ali Forbes – none among them can vie for Bb. Pilipinas International anymore due to age restrictions of the Japan-based tilt. But hey, there are four more honors to fight for. 😉
Bb. Pilipinas Tourism 2014 doing a selfie (with Madame Stella Marquez de Araneta in the background) during the first day of Bb. Pilipinas 2015 screening.
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