The six winners in the inaugural edition of ICSM Infinity Pageants-Philippine Global Queens will have the honor of wearing unique and exquisitely-designed crowns to be flown in by the pageant’s respective international franchises from overseas.
Just to give you a teaser on one of them, check out the crown for the national winner of its top title- Miss Cosmos Philippines. 144 carats with an appraised value of US$25,000.00 (or around PhP1.3M), it will be for the eventual winner to keep and not to be passed on.
Such a lucky young woman she will be!
The Miss Cosmos Philippines crown: not perpetual, but for the lucky winner to keep forever
The five other titles at stake are:
Miss Regency International Philippines
Miss United International Philippines
Miss Global United Philippines
Miss United Nations Philippines
Miss Continents Philippines
To most of you, these may sound like minor international titles after reading, but the US-based pageants are well-funded organizations.
5’9″ Klyza Castro of Davao City and 5’11” April May Short of Zamboanga City made it a 1-2 punch of victory for Mindanao in Mutya Pilipinas 2019 after they were crowned as the country’s representatives this year for Miss Asia Pacific International here in Manila and World Top Model in Monaco.
Both ladies will have their hands full the coming months as they prepare for their respective pageant missions.
Tyra Goldman of Nevada is now the first overseas community representative to win the right to represent us in Malaysia’s Miss Tourism International.
Early strong contender – the statuesque Cyrille Payumo of Pampanga – faltered in her Top 6 Q&A and settled for 1st Runner-Up honors.
Here now is the complete set of winners for Mutya Pilipinas 2019
Mutya Pilipinas Asia-Pacific International 2019:
Klyza Castro – Davao City
Mutya Pilipinas World Top Model Philippines 2019:
April May Short – Zamboanga City
Mutya Pilipinas Tourism International 2019:
Tyra Goldman – Nevada
Mutya Pilipinas Overseas Communities 2019:
Louise Janica Arroyo An – California
Cyrille Payumo – Pampanga
Maxinne Nicole Rangel – Padre Garcia, Batangas
Congratulations to all!
This it it!
Best of luck to my dear Jean de Jesus in her quest for the Miss Universe Canada 2019 crown. You will remember her as Miss Fire Philippines 2018.
Live streaming of the finals (tomorrow morning around 7:30am, Manila time) will be available in the link below:
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Tomorrow night at the Mall of Asia Arena, the 40 Official Candidates of Mutya Pilipinas 2019 will step up to the stage and vie for national pageant glory. Four of them will be crowned as the new titleholders (with two runners-up), as follows:
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 Miss Asia Pacific International
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 World Top Model Philippines
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 Miss Tourism International
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 Miss Overseas Communities
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 1st Runner Up
Mutya Pilipinas 2019 2nd Runner Up
Who will reign supreme among them? Who will be tasked to represent the country in international competitions here and abroad? Witness their shining moments LIVE.
GRAND CORONATION NIGHT
August 18, 2019 | Sunday | 7PM
SM Mall of Asia Arena
with delayed telecast on ABS CBN at 11:30PM
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At the Kagandahang Flores camp last night, Mr. Tourism Culture & Universe Philippines 2019 Yves Campos was given his send-off for Yangon, Myanmar where will compete for the title of Mister Tourism & Culture Universe 2019. With the event hosted by Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental 2014 Kris Tiffany Janson, he was at his happiest sharing his tourism advocacy videos which show the best side of his personality.
You will remember Yves as the representative of the Philippines during Mr Supranational 2017. Admittedly, he was not 100% prepared at the time when he competed in Poland. But for the Myanmar stint, he vows to redeem himself and make the country proud. He will leave for Yangon on August 21 with the objective of bringing home the title by month’s end.
Three years, one month and one week – that will be the exact length of the reign of Rohit Khandelwal as Mr World by the time he awards his successor on August 23 at the Araneta Coliseum. He is happy to be back in the Philippines but will be promptly flying back to India the day after the proclamation night to jumpstart his Bollywood career.
I had a brief one-on-one with Rohit where he answered three questions during the Presscon held at the Anahaw Function Room of Novotel Manila Araneta Center earlier. Watch below.