The Province of Albay has always been a rich source of beautiful Filipinas for enlisting in national pageants. And the force of the Albayanas continues in Bb. Pilipinas 2018 with the presence of #Binibini10 Kayesha Clauden Chua and #Binibini28 Angelica Mae Corbe from Legazpi City, #Binibini20 Catriona Gray from Oas and #Binibini40 Angelie Aubrey Asuncion from Tabaco City – all gorgeous but with different personal styles for the competition.
Aubrey – she who sings so much like Sitti Navarro – is actually a morena deadringer for actress Janine Gutierrez in person. And once she uses her piercing set of eyes to the max, then one can’t help but be taken in by her charms.
Angel – she who belly-dances like a sweet Turkish delight – is the most pageant-exposed among the four given her rich experience in beauty contests – both provincial and regional levels. She is also a joy to converse with.
Kayesha – she who has been said to move and project like Miss International 2016 Kylie Verzosa – is the type of opponent who never misses a beat in setting her game plan into motion. She goes into action mode the minute she steps into the spotlight.
And Catriona – she who is now the current subject of many online criticisms for being the #1 pick of most and the overrated choice for the rest – continues to be one of the Binibinis with the Golden Halo in the eyes of the individuals whose decision matters and the large fan base rallying behind her bid.
Dear readers, this year’s beauty derby is not the easiest to assess given the choices of potential winners we need to base our predictions from. Given that, how are you scoring the four ladies above?
Patrik and Rose
I don’t deny my developing friendships and fondness for the forty Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2018. After all, this was the same scenario in the last two years when I really went out of my way to be close to all the candidates so I can size them up better in terms of personality and Queen-worthiness.
During the Store Tour last week at Ali Mall, my colleague Mario Dumaual (of ABS-CBN) was teasing me to no end. When his crew was filming the arrival of the Binibinis at Pizza Hut, they were able to capture every single one of them giving me a buss on the cheek while in line according to number. Perhaps, it is something that I treasure in the coverage. They have started to trust me in a way that I would always spin positivity about them instead of posting unpleasant thoughts of divisiveness. I know that this is still a tough competition first and foremost. But I want all forty to enjoy the journey and collect good memories all throughout. Every minute I spend with them is very much appreciated. I will just worry about separating the potential winners from the rest once the date of the Coronation Night is just 2-3 days away.
For now, Happy Valentine’s Day to all the Binibinis and to you, my dear readers!
Now here are the ladies who showed their dancing skills during the Bb. Pilipinas 2018 Talent Competition at the Farmers Plaza Activity Area yesterday afternoon. First and second in the videos below are #Binibini32 Eva Patalinjug and #Binibini23 Ena Velasco with their modern dance numbers. Third is #Binibini30 Sarah Margarette Joson with an interpretative piece. She is followed by the belly-dancing routine of #Binibini28 Angelica Corbe. Last in this feature is #Binibini27 Henna Kaizelle Cajandig doing a Maranao act with the malong.
Watch them now.
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, Ena Velasco
, Eva Patalinjug
, Istie Cequeña
, Janice Roman
, Jehza Huelar
, Jerelleen Rodriguez
, Juliana Kapeundl
, Karen Gallman
, Kathrine Ventura
, Kayesha Chua
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, Muriel Adrienne Isidore Orais
, Sarah Margarette Joson
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, Vickie Marie Rushton
When Bb. Pilipinas Official FB Page uploaded the group photos of the Binibinis below, many people are stunned with the combinations in each shot. Are these photos prophetic or plain coincidental? You tell me, dear readers.
In groups of 5 and 4 now:
Karen, Vickie, Aya, Eva and Catriona
Michele, Muriel, Ahtisa, Samantha Mae and Sandra
Kayesha, Edjelyn, Jehza, Patrik and Wynonah
Janette, Rosan, Rose, Stephanie and Istie
Samantha A, Angelica, Sarah and Patrizia
Jerelleen, Angelie, MJ and Anjame
Sophia, Juliana, Agatha and KC
Kathrine, Sigrid, Shane, Ena and Janice