46 comments on “Bb. Pilipinas 2020 is indefinitely postponed

  1. manalo ka man hanggang International World Universe Title
    ang bagsak mo lang naman
    laos na Jake Cuenca
    yung startlet na asawa ni Megan
    tas laos na Sam Milby

    jawsko

    buti pa yung Miss Universe na taga South Africa
    pumatol sa bakla

    • @ kembular2020 Fren, pakitanong naman kung binata pa si Fred Yuson. 🙂

    • @kembular I know you meant well but I just want to point out that Mikael w his ifugao pangahin debatable good looks was always at Megan side through thick and thin. Good background. Jake seems head over heels w Kylie. The 2 queens seems blissfully happy. Sam seems kind and he was a bit of a heartrob during his younger yrs now he is on his late 30s not much. As long he can make cat happy.
      I prefer them in love and maybe learn fr life than have a politician husband like koko pimentel. Jewel lobaton is far too beautiful than him. Koko also lacks empathy and commonsense
      I have a sister who is 5’10, beautiful cum laude and she ended up w a man who boxed her black and blue, stole her jewelries . She learned left now she is a dutiful housewife who does charity events when she remarried . They will learn I guess as long as they are happy

      • @ bonsaihater What do you think about that chinito-looking guy, Parungao’s ex? 🙂

      • @flor.. Parungao ex is not at par w her facial beauty. Parungao facially looks like Maria ehren but parungao lacks the height. her ex might have a good disposition. He also looks light he is well off
        Flor I love Kylie and I was quite surprised on her actions. Jake and kylie looks good together. Kylie exudes a demure persona when she won. What do you think of our internationally titled queens

    • Pag no sex before marriage bakla agad?!!…
      Hindi ba pwedeng devout Christian lang?!

  2. I wish BPCI also announced a concrete roadmap to the national finals, not just an indefinite date. This will avoid wild speculations and wishful thinking about appointment of reps to international pageants. MUP and ME presented their respective plans in the “new normal”, with the caveat that the date can be a moving target. Mutya Pilipinas announced its resolve to soon evolve leveraging on the digital technology. What is holding BPCI, an institution in Philippine pageantry, from proactively announcing its action plan at some tentative date?

  3. I wish BPCI also announced a concrete roadmap to the national finals, not just an indefinite date. This will avoid wild speculations and wishful thinking about appointment of reps to international pageants. MUP and ME presented their respective plans in the “new normal”, with the caveat that the date can be a moving target. Mutya Pilipinas announced its resolve to soon evolve leveraging on the digital technology. What is holding BPCI, an institution in Philippine pageantry, from proactively announcing its plan of action at some tentative date?

  4. Pano na pangarap
    1. magandang binibini na hangang lamesa ang dibdib standing 5’5
    2. malaria info advocate standing 5’8
    Dalawa sila na lalampas na sa age limit
    Mag tungali sila sa globe?

  5. kahit naman sino manalo dito

    ang ending eh magiging jowa lang ni Sam Milby
    na walang career

    • While I love Cat, di ko gets why Sam. Sam is a good guy but why should she settle for someone who is not BEST. Lawakan mo Cat ang radar mo. You are one great phenomenal woman tapos Sam? Dahil ka-church and dahil Cornerstone ganern? Do not limit yourself. Rise!!!

  6. I would be surprised if it said there was not going to be a pageant this yr and that the BPI would choose from the previous pageant who was going to which pageant .
    But the notice didn’t say anything of that sort .
    So where is the news here ?????

  7. Corona ang sumira sa pangarap ni Vickie na mgkaroon ng korona. Nakakalungkot.

    • @Baby Nica Di naman totoo na covid ang sumira sa pangarap nya para sa crown kasi BBP 2019 pa sya sumali. That time wala pa namang covid, di ba? Maybe that’s her destiny talaga.

  8. Announcing that a certain event is postponed “indefinitely” gives room to an interpretation that the event may still happen in a certain period of time. It’s actually a better pronouncement, especially that we are not all certain when will the dreadful coronavirus pandemic end, than giving an exact date of an event when uncertainties are gearing to upend.

    Be that as it may, I am very positive to say that BbP will certainly happen this year and I want Hannah Arnold to bag BbP-International, Vickie Rushton for Intercontinental, Sam Bernando to compete in Supranational, Honey Cartasano for MGI, and Patricia Garcia to join Globe.

    That’s all.

    • @Ana, Intercon’s age limit is 26 years old, so Vickie is not eligible anymore. among the titles, Vickie can only vie for MIP or Supra (both 28y/o age limit), or Globe (30y/o age limit). But given Vickie’s body and personality, she’s a mismatch for Supra. So it’s really just MIP or BBP-Globe that she can target.

  9. Biglang nagsilabasan ulit mga followers ni Tito Norman when he posted this announcement from BPCI. Pero dun sa mga previous blogs regarding MUP2020 candidates eh parang 3 lang ang laging nagko-comment. Not to mention their names. Most of us are not or perhaps less interested in pageants during trying time. Balik na lang ulit siguro yung interest pag wala ng covid19 pandemic.

    • Paid promotion kasi. Also, bad vibes ang MUP. Mang-aagaw using plundered and scammed money.

      • Fabian, pa-regards ako sa boss/beshies mo from MUP. Na-karma ang mga mokong.

  10. Recycling beauties is done in some countries with good results.

  11. I hope they will just appoint previous years runners-up na pasok sa age limit:

    MI – Age limit: 28 yrs old
    Vickie Rushton (1st runner up 2018) 28 yrs old

    MS – Age limit: 28 yrs old
    Samantha Bernardo (2nd runner up 2018 & 2019) 27 yrs old

    MGI – Age limit: 27 yrs old
    Charmaine Elima (1st runner up 2017) 27 yrs old

    MIC – Age limit: 27 yrs old
    Kristel Guelos (2nd runner up 2017) 27 yrs old

    MG – Age limit: 30 yrs old
    Aya Abesamis (1st runner up 2019) 28 yrs old (turning 29 in November)

    • Yes, I think Charmaine Elima should be given a chance. She is very beautiful.

  12. To make it more simple, if it is possible to just choose among the previous runners up or finalists to represent the PH.
    Sam Bernardo, Vicky Rushton, Aya Abesamis, Hannah Arnold.

    • @ miss tissa If Aya will be appointed, only (The)Globe can accommodate her. She’s going 29.

      If we strictly go by your recommendation, Hannah cannot. She was neither finalist nor Runner-up.

      This is the BEST time for BPCI to “cook” if they wish! Extraordinary time calls for “not-the-usual”.

  13. This pandemic exposes a basic organizational infirmity of beauty pageants. The persistent antiquated hedonistic beauty parade has significantly diminished its entertainment value given the online-only media available for remote simulcasting and viewing, and the low position non-essentials have now taken in the society’s order of priorities. With diminished entertainment value, pageantry’s survival now depends on its capacity for educational promotion and social advocacy. A derby of beautiful bodies does not anymore attract corporate sponsors and institutional partners. Positive brand values do, and they can only come from a pageantry brand whose essence emanates from the intellectual and virtue facets of beauty—the so-called “inner beauty”. I believe the strength of a beauty pageant now lies on its “soul’– advocacy.

    • @ scorg Therefore, not BBP, and yes MUP.

      🙂

      I disagree with the dearth of corporate sponsors. Have you seen the advertisements big businesses put out recently? All with “lock-down-we-will-rise-again” themes. Even here and now, there are OPPORTUNITIES (to make money by “other/unconventional” ways/means). Didn’t Mdme. SSL say so? That they were headed in “this direction” anyway, regardless of the pandemic? Indeed, this is the time for CREATIVITY, AUDACITY, & RESOURCEFULNESS.

      This is natural selection at play! What does not adapt will die out. Going online was one approach. But PRECISELY, public reception has been less than encouraging. And this is why now pageant organizations are DETERMINED to push through with ACTUAL contests. They just have to postpone and adopt measures to minimize the chance of “catching the bug”. Sponsors have heard and they will heed!

      That’s all. EVERYTHING ELSE as is, where is – internal and external beauty, advocacy, VALUES.

      • @Flor, BBP and all other pageant organizations still have time to put more weight on advocacy. BBP for instance have previous queens who can help develop its advocacy. (Former queens Bianca Guidotti and Venus Raj are development career professionals who, I believe, can do the job). Yes, you are right: this is the time for creativity, audacity, and resourcefulness. MUP and MEP are now ahead. Mutya Pilipinas just declared its resolve to evolve soon. I sincerely hope BBP, the institution in Philippine pageantry, will reinvent its business model soon. Even if this pandemic is controlled, which scientists estimate to be no earlier than 2021, it will have changed the way the world will do business and individuals will relate to one another. That’s why global businesses are now reinventing their structure and processes for a more shock-proof operation come any health, environmental or financial pandemic. Pageantry businesses should do likewise.

      • @Flor, there is no dearth of sponsors. “Creativity, audacity and resourcefulness” will find its way to many corporate sponsors whose brands are in search of meaningful emotional connections to consumers especially in this bizarre times. Pageantry platforms are a rich source of branding messages that hit key elements in the human psyche, triggering hope, confidence, oneness, trust, and endearment. I submit that pageantry should in fact seize these challenges as opportunities— NOW!

  14. Blogger Tinio, si ALV, mula’t sapul, wala pa’ng sinasabi….

    😦

    Will Isabelle Daza de Leon remain un-competed (abroad)?

    OK na OK na ba talaga ang Eco-International sa October? What’s the latest on Kelley Day?

    And for that matter, ano na ‘yung sinabi mo dati na “Supranational might pull off a surprise”? Because if GPVL is itching for either a new Philippines partner or a stand-alone Philippines national, THIS EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCE is THE PERFECT & CONVENIENCE excuse.

  15. Regardless, here’s my standing selection now…

    BBP-International > Kimberley Ann Tiquestiques or Patrizia Garcia (KF), BBP-Supranational > Gabrielle Camille Basiano (RL), BBP-Grand International > Samantha Bernardo (KF), BBP-Intercontinental > Justine Felizarta (Independent), BBP-(The)Globe > Hannah Arnold (A&Q).

    If as @ serge says SamBer will overage, the one who does not get the Osaka job will take over.

    1st RU > Karen Laurrie Mendoza (A&Q), 2nd RU > if SamBer does not overage, then the one who does not get the Osaka job. If she does, Mercedez Pair (KF).

    That works out to three (3) for KF, two (2) for A&Q, and two (2) for others.

  16. Awww, I think this is a first in the history of BPCI that no pageant finals will be held?

    So no title holders for 2020? Hopefully, they can crown new queens in January-March 2021. Sayang naman ang batch 2020 napakaraming maganda.

    • @Lireo hindi pa naman sure na wala talagang BBP pageant for this year at all. All they said was that they’re postponing it until things have settled down, “…when the threats of transmission and infection is at its minimum.” At the earliest, I think an August Grand Finals is still possible.

  17. I hope the inability of BPCI’s foreign franchisors to definitively schedule their respective contests, even in the first quarter of 2021, is not the major reason. Note these franchises are minor pageant organizations whose respective businesses may not be stable enough to weather the crippling economic onslaught of this pandemic. Finding country hosts will definitely be a huge challenge. Skyrocketing costs of air travel and hotel accommodation can shrink country representation. The alternative scenario of an international online beauty pageant may yet be an unthinkable proposition given the consequent huge logistics. Enlisting corporate sponsors may be like finding the proverbial needle in a haystack because they too are reeling from the current economic fallout, and sponsoring events with little or no brand values would be the least priority

  18. let’s hope it is still this year just like MUP , but if not , I hope the organizations will relax the age requirements for worldwide pageants & … it is not the fault of the contestants…

  19. very sad. but they made a good decision. But if ever mag ka permit sila. do only what are necessary. cancel unimportant outdoor/mall events. better security in and out of arena. no audiences. hopefully all classes will postponed too. Kabataan ang pagasa ng bayan. so our youths health should be at the top priority too. a little damage on our youth people is a damage too on our bayan’s future.

    • Alternative plan should be in place before Deped resumes the classes. We cannot risk the lives of our children.

    • Alternative plan should be in place before Deped resumes the classes. We cannot risk the lives of our children.

    • Alternative plan should be in place before Deped resumes the classes. We cannot risk the lives of our children.

  20. I respect the decision of BPCI. I will be sorry for Sam Bernardo and Vicky Rushton who will overage if the pageant is postponed next year. BPCI organizers might have been contemplating that nobody of the girls who might be crowned this year has the assurance that she can compete abroad. I like to think that this is a wise decision for BPCI

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