Host delegate Reniel Villareal (topmost, right) will start welcoming the Mister International candidates come mid-November
Pre-arrival favorite Jakub Kraus of the Czech Republic
Starting mid-November, close to fifty (50) delegates from all over the world – including our very own Reniel Villareal – will converge in Manila for Mister International 2015, the 10th edition of the male pageant. It sure will get hotter in the whole Metro and Ilocos Norte where the hunks will be spending most of their time in. Preparations are peaking at the moment, and all bases are being covered to make sure that the conduct will be smooth and hassle-free. And while it won’t be easy putting together all of them in one place everytime, the organizers are fine-tuning the smallest details to insure utmost security and the warmest hospitality that the Filipinos can offer.
This early, some pre-arrival favorites have started popping up strong. Yes, it is still premature to short-list names who are expected to shine all throughout. But then again, the likes of Jakub Kraus of the Czech Republic, Anderson Tomazini of Brazil, Cas Winters of the Netherlands, Fernando Alvarez of Puerto Rico and Rafael Amgelucci are gradually gaining a lot of ground ahead of the rest. And surely, you cannot discount Mister Philippines Reniel Villareal who is also shaping up to become a major contender.
Above is a photo grid of more of the Mister International delegates who will arrive next month.
There are more eye candies and solid hunks to consider at this point. And I can only imagine the level of excitement reaching feverish levels the minute all of them have landed on our shores. 😀
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