Before the finals of Miss Supranational 2021 in Poland, there is still another round of voting for The Supra Chat with Ann- “SEMI FINAL 2” which is finally out on the Miss Supranational App and Youtube Channel (or you can watch above).
While Dindi may not be the most articulate person out there, you can feel the sincerity in her answers. And I believe she was able to hold up her own end of the answers to the questions of Anntonia.
Voting has also already started and you still have around half a day left to vote! Help Dindi Pajares secure a spot in the top 24.
Here’s how to VOTE : 🗳
1. Download the Miss Supranational Application on App Store or Google Play Store for free.
2. Open the Miss Supranational App.
3. Go the Vote ⭐ tab at the bottom.
4. Look for Supra Chat with Ann-Semi Final 2.
5. Scroll down and vote for MISS PHILIPPINES.
6. Click the ⭐️ button and choose your preferred amount of token to cast your vote.
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At 10am GMT (or 6pm tonight here in the Philippines, catch Episode 1 of #SupraChatwithAnn featuring seven of the Mister Supranational 2021 candidates which include our very own John Adajar. It will premiere on the pageant’s YouTube page and app.
Download the #SupraApp now so you can also cast votes for him.
By the way, John will be departing tomorrow evening at 11pm. He will be flying to Krakow via Dubai aboard Emirates.
Proudly wearing her #Philippines sash for Miss Supranational 2021 is our very own Dindi Pajares. Our bet is more motivated now to give her absolute best in the competition.
Watch the entire sashing ceremony below.
This afternoon at 5pm, head over to the Youtube channel or app of Miss Supranational for Episode 7 of #SupraChatWithAnn where she will be talking with a group of eight (8) more delegates which include our very own Miss Supranational Philippines 2021 Dindi Pajares.
Download the #supranationalapp to vote for her to advance to the Top 24.
Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski, President of the Miss Supranational Organization, announced today that the city of Nowy Sącz in the Małopolska region will host the final of the 12th Miss Supranational Competition.
“I am delighted to bring our international finals to Nowy Sącz for the very first time. With its rich history spanning over more than 700 years, the city of Nowy Sącz and surrounding areas will be the perfect backdrop for our three competitions that would take place from 20 to 22 August. We are incredibly excited to showcase this beautiful city where tradition and modernity go hand-in-hand to the whole world. I would like to thank the President of the City, Ludomir Handzel, and the local officials for their enthusiasm and dedications towards showing our people in Poland and friends from across the world what this city has to offer. There is no doubt in my mind that our contestants and guests will fall in love with Nowy Sącz.” Parzutka von Lipinski said.
The Miss Supranational 2021 Final Show will be broadcasted from the brand new Strzelecki Park Amphitheater that was officially opened on April 30th. The international finals will be the first televised events that will take place in this recently completed venue. Anntonia Porsild from Thailand will crown the 12th Miss Supranational at the conclusion of the competition.
The Strzelecki Park Amphiteatre (lower right photo) will be the venue of the Finals
And so it now becomes a Festival Of Beauty. A late summer celebration at that.
Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski, President of the Miss and Mister Supranational Organization, announced today that the Miss Supranational, Mister Supranational and Miss Polski 2021 Competitions will take place from 20-22 August in Poland.
“After doing several editions in December, we are extremely excited to reintroduce the beauty of the Polish summer to the world. We are looking forward to welcome the aspirational, inspirational young women and men from all around the world as they compete for the titles of Miss Supranational and Mister Supranational. The long days, warm temperatures and natural beauty of the region we will be showcasing will allow us to remind the world that Poland is a country worth visiting,” Parzutka von Lipinski said.
“The health and safety of everyone involved has always been our number one priority. As local authorities are working tirelessly to control the pandemic in the country, we believe that we will be ready to ensure that our competitions can take place in safe conditions. Needless to say, we will still be working very closely with health officials and our license holders around the world to take all the necessary precautions,” he continued.
Anntonia Porsild from Thailand will crown the 12th Miss Supranational and Nate Crnkovich from the United States will pass on his title to the 5th Mister Supranational at the conclusion of each competition.
More details will be released in the coming weeks.
You will need to watch out for the move of Miss World Philippines Organization regarding this new development.
MISS UNIVERSE THAILAND 2020 TOP 30 🇹🇭
• Emmy Kim Sawyer (Emmy Kym Sawyer)
• 19 years old, 173 cm in height
• competed in The Face Thailand
• She used to hold the runner-up position of Miss Teen Thailand 2016
Emmy Kym Sawyer is currently the talk of pageant followers as one of the strong favorites to win Miss Universe Thailand 2020. She is one of the youngest in the competition.
It might help you to know that she is being trained by (now Thailand-based) RL Lacanienta of RL’s Angels for the national pageant. After coaching Paweensuda Drouin and Anntonia Porsild prior, he just might work wonders for this very articulate young lady.
And just so you can compare, below is the audition video of another strong contender, Amanda Obdam.
I am pleased that the branding of Miss Supranational is now slowly taking shape with their “From the Ground Up” initiative and the catch words “Aspirational. Inspirational.”
It is high time the organizers do so in order to ride with the positive momentum the pageant is getting internationally. More than the flash of a world-class finals, they really need to sustain the essence of the reign of their winners in order to assemble future candidates who can consistently insure the continuity of their grassroots endeavors.
Miss Supranational Organization Launches Community Service Initiative
Gerhard Parzutka von Lipinski, President of the Miss Supranational Organization, announced today the launch of the competition’s Community Service Initiative, ‘From the Ground Up‘. The focus of this initiative will be the launch and/or support of grassroots endeavors in the contestants’ local communities.
“The Supranational brand looks for aspirational and inspirational young people from all over the world to join our Supra Family. Focusing on our aspirations is something we should all spend time and effort on, but being of service to others is equally important. The current global pandemic has taught us that things can change within the blink of an eye. Almost every community in every country has been affected and the need for support and kindness in our immediate surroundings is greater than ever,” Parzutka von Lipinski said.
“Authenticity is crucial. We want our contestants to develop their own passion and leadership skills. It must go hand in hand with believing in what they are doing. In the years to come, we will be working with our winners to take their projects ‘From the Ground Up’. We are also hoping to visit grassroots projects in every country we travel to, so we can highlight what is being done. Grassroots initiatives can happen anywhere and at any time to address a local need. Our needs might not be exactly the same but they are all important,” added Miss Supranational Creative Director, Andre Sleigh.
‘From the Ground Up‘ will function as a call for community service opposed to being a competition among the contestants. The delegates competing for the 12th Miss Supranational title will be the first in the history of Miss Supranational to launch their ‘From the Ground Up’ initiatives.
ABOUT MISS SUPRANATIONAL
The Miss Supranational Competition started in 2009 in Poland. Since then, 11 editions have taken place. Its annual televised finale is seen in more than 120 countries worldwide. The reigning Miss Supranational is Anntonia Porsild from Thailand.
Photo credit: Raymond Saldaña
The reigning Mister and Miss Supranational Nate Crnkovich and Anntonia Porsild
MISS WORLD PHILIPPINES ACQUIRES MISS SUPRANATIONAL TITLE
The Miss World Philippines (MWP) organization proudly announces its acquisition of the Miss Supranational title.
This latest addition makes the Miss Supranational one of the biggest and coveted titles in the Miss World Philippines organization’s roster, which currently includes: Reina Hispanoamericana, Miss Eco International, Miss Eco Teen International, Miss Multinational, and Miss Philippines Tourism.
MWP National Director Arnold Vegafria is greatly excited about his new partnership with the Miss Supranational organization, represented by its president Gerhard Parzutka Von Lipinski.
“Aside from strengthening our foothold in the local and global pageant scenes, the addition of the Miss Supranational title will provide our aspiring Filipina queens with another relevant platform for women empowerment,” he said.
“We are thankful for the trust and confidence that the Miss Supranational organization has given us, and we assure them of our commitment and our world-class brand of production values that are always a hallmark of our pageants.”
The Miss World Philippines 2020 pageant has been rescheduled to January 2021.