Sharing with you now the live chat series episodes of Ashtie Nights with Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidates Bella Ysmael, Christelle Abello from The Camp and Paula Ortega, Billie Hakenson from Aces & Queens.
When majority of the “Beyond the Coastlines” videos of the Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidates were uploaded at the beginning of the quarantine period and during, there were still some whose outputs did not make it on time for the scheduled editing and posting.
Here are more of their outputs:
Don’t forget to watch Pasay entirely! It is the most creatively engaging among them.
Aklan – Christelle Abello
Cebu City – Tracy Maureen Perez
Kalinga – Noreen Mangawit
Pasay – Zandra Nicole Sta. Maria
Sharing with you last night’s Live Chat of the Ashties with Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidates Bella Ysmael and Christelle Abello with The Camp.
You asked the questions, the Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidates answer them. And I have a feeling you will get a more positive impression of (most of) them in the two videos below.
Here is Batch 3 of the Miss Universe Philippines 2020 Candidates and their Passions that never fade for Downy Philippines.
They encapsulate in ten seconds what I have been individually blogging about them for the past two months.
For the past number of months, Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidate Christelle Abello of Aklan has been living by herself in Manila – and in the midst of the most challenging period in the global pandemic crisis to date. This beautiful and gentle soul is the easiest to please. Give her the constant company of a dear loved one and she is all set to conquer everything that comes her way. If there is anything intangible that COVID19 gave her, it would be the strength of character that lifted her past this lonely period in life.
“My advocacy pertains to all Filipinos all over the world. As an Aklanon living in the United States, I saw the importance of Filipinos giving back to their roots, and giving back in the most meaningful way possible. The Philippines is a beautiful nation, but she faces many painful challenges, whether it’s poverty, natural calamities, diseases, and many others that test the will of our people. My passion is to raise awareness to all our kababayans worldwide to be active and engaged with the multitude of issues that exist in our country. My advocacy aims to call for all global Filipinos to be educated, compassionate, and relentlessly engaged with whatever dire issue(s) that resonate in their hearts. The true essence of my advocacy is centered on the idea of Filipino unity across the globe and give ourselves the best way we possibly can to our beloved Philippines.
This pandemic has taken the biggest toll on all of us, but I took it as an opportunity to take action. I admit, quarantine has definitely been a struggle because I am away from my loved ones. But as we face this worldwide crisis, I didn’t want to focus on what we couldn’t do, but on the GOOD we CAN do. Since we’ve been instructed to stay inside, I utilized the power of social media to start an online fundraiser to assist with our fellow Filipino front-liners, healthcare workers, enforcers, and the rest of our country men who have no choice but to work to ensure their daily necessities.”
Christelle’s fundraiser, called Kapit-Bisig Tayo, was a success as she had raised a total of $1,225. She is thankful for the people who supported her project because together, help was given in their own little way. The proceeds were distributed among six (6) different organizations. Half of the funds were donated to the Philippine General Hospital to assist with PPEs and other medical supplies for our healthcare workers. The other half was split among five (5) projects, four of which were dedicated to needs in Aklan to assist with PPEs and relief goods for the families who really need it at this time. The last project provided six (6) sacks of rice to her mother’s province in Silang, Cavite.
Bless your heart, Christelle. You are one of the few “real” individuals I have personally met and become friends with in recent times. And I am pretty confident that she can do a lot more if given the bigger platform to work with.
To be called #phenomenal is equal to being described as very remarkable. The adjective gives someone the persona that is at once extraordinary in appeal and impact.
These remaining Miss Universe Philippines 2020 candidates possess in them the qualities that sum up the kind of Filipinas who embody the collective profile of substance and grace – #RoleModel, #RallyingPoint and #HarbingerOfHope.
Here they are.
This coming Monday, three #PhenomenalWomen will do a live video chat to give you updates about themselves.
The ABC of #TheCamp – Alaiza Malinao, Bella Ysmael and Christelle Abello – will engage everyone in a feel-good session of positive talks, a dash of Q&A and interesting infos you might not yet know about them – with your blogger in a special appearance as online moderator!
April 6 (Monday), 8:00pm Facebook Live on The CAMP Official page.
Don’t miss it❣️
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Here now are the #PhenomenalWomen of Miss Universe Philippines 2020 in their Official Portraits as captured by Dookie Ducay. All 51 are mesmerizing in beauty and diversity indeed!
Creative Direction by Eugene David
Hair and Make Up by Nix Institute of Beauty
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I have watched the video clip above several times over. I am simply delighted with our Miss Universe Philippines 2020 speaking in different languages and dialects that show their beauty and diversity.
Kudos to Billie Hakenson of Cavite for the very impressive delivery of her starting spiel in English and Filipino and the rest of the ladies!