I sincerely hope that her dethronement will not happen anytime soon. No names for now. But one of our national titleholders for 2019 is facing the possibility of having her crown removed and title stripped. At first, it was only the display of alleged erratic (read: uncooperative) behavior that the organizers can still patiently understand to a certain extent. But when she uploaded the photo on the left on her Instagram account, it may very well be the proverbial straw that could break the camel’s back. If no productive talks or explanations or apologies are made, then what follows next will be inevitable.
Here’s wishing that things can still be fixed.
After Leren Mae M. Bautista and Samantha Lo, the next Bb. Pilipinas Queen to begin her pageant mission will be Bea Patricia “Patch” Magtanong who will represent the country in Miss International 2019 that will take place in Tokyo, Japan on November 12.
Gown by: @_chrisnick
Makeup by: @missnatemakeup
Hair by: @hairbyvaleriecorpuz
Styled by: @misskeithmanila
Earrings by: @christophermunar
#PatchMagtanong #MissInternational2019 #PA7CH #ForThePhilippines
Now it can finally be revealed.
Miss Diva Supranational 2019 Shefali Sood (who will represent India in Miss Supranational 2019) has been training in the Philippines prior to winning the national finals in India earlier this week.
First photo below shows Shefali in a photo with Tito Rodgil Flores inside the Kagandahang Flores Camp in QC. She is a certified #KFamilia.
Many entries predicted Megan Young to win last year, but only one combined her name with the actual Princesses and their correct placements.
Six years ago today, the Philippines won its very first Miss World crown courtesy of Megan Young.
Below is her interview with BBC World TV via the program “Impact” just a week after her victory.
Mutya Pilipinas recently announced that – due to the new policy of the Miss Tourism International Pageant in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – and in compliance with their latest rule, being “naturally-born in the country the candidate represents and no-dual citizenship”, Miss Cyrille Payumo, First Runner Up will replace Miss Tyra Goldman in the November 2019 Competition.
“We respect the rules of the Organization and assure them of our 100% compliance“ said Cory Quirino, President of Mutya Pilipinas after her telephone conversation with Tan Sri Datuk Danny Ooi, President of the Miss Tourism International Pageant.
“However, so as not to deprive Ms. Goldman of her opportunity to compete, we are presently studying possible options for her in other respectable international competitions. She is a gem of a beauty queen who can proudly and ably represent the Philippines”, stressed Quirino.
With our Queens starting off their international pageant missions next month, the cycle has reached the stage of building up a new batch of potential candidates for 2020.
Once more, Aces & Queens is opening its doors to young Filipinas who wish to be part of the beauty camp for 2020.
Check out the requirements in the poster above. You may email inquiries directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submission: October 4, 2019.