From the second largest province in the Philippines, Jan Abejero is the only remaining candidate of Miss Universe Philippines who hails from the northeast – Isabela or Reina Mercedes to be exact. She is a pride of the Cagayan Valley Region. And she could do more if the breaks go her way.
After weeks of virtual challenges, social media promotions and controversial app voting, the original cast of 100 Official Delegates – after two stages of 75 and 50 – have now been further trimmed down to the Final 30 Official Candidates who will vie in the last segment of Miss Universe Philippines 2021. One of them will win the crown on September 25 and represent the country in Miss Universe to be held in Eilat, Israel this coming December.
Did all your favorites make it?
Hosts Billie Hakenson and Nicco Loco will navigate the announcement below.
Grace Vendiola, Vincy Vacalares, Noelyn Campos, Ayn Bernos, Corrine Abalos, Janela Joy Cuaton, Kheshapornam Ramachandran, Sam Santamaria, Izabella Jasmine Umali, Maureen Wroblewitz, Princess Kristha Singh, Jedidah Korinihona, Jan Louise Abejero, Leren Mae Bautista, Nichole Minano, Krizzaleen Mae Valencia, Michele Okol, Megan Julia Digal, Beatrice Luigi Gomez, Kisses Delavin, Victoria Velasquez Vincent, Chella Falconer, Joanna Rabe, Katrina Dimaranan, Christelle Abello, Mirjan Hipolito, Ybonne Ortega, Isabelle delos Santos, Simone Nadine Bornilla and Steffi Aberasturi
Quezon City takes pride in Jan Louise Abejero for MPE2016
courtesy of MissPhilippinesEarth
I remember featuring Jan Louise Abejero last January 14 in a post that was supposed to push her to screen and hopefully qualify for Bb. Pilipinas 2016 as an independent. But that plan did not come to fruition. And instead, she secured for herself a spot as the Quezon City rep for Miss Philippines Earth 2016.
Just last Saturday night, Jan Louise won a special award during the Evening Gown Competition of the pageant. Institutional Sponsor Maynilad gave her the Water Warrior title for her distinct efforts to focus on the significance of protecting/conserving our sources of water in the country, based on the Eco-Beauty Video above.
But what does she really aim to stand for if fortunate enough to win the title?
“I would like to zero-in on fighting air pollution and climate change through reduction of GHGs (Greenhouse Gases). In order to get on and live healthy, we need not just clean air but a home to live in. I want to bring out awareness and raise support to further this cause. Here in Metro Manila alone we are reaching higher air pollutant concentration every year especially with the problem of traffic congestion as a main cause. Air pollution and climate change is a battle we must fight together. With the help of Miss Philippines Earth, partnership with various organizations, and your help, we are all warrior-ambassadors for the earth in our fight against climate change and air pollution.”
Jan Louise Abejero during the Psalmstre Plant Visit (Photo credit: Joy Arguil)
Perhaps, Miss Philippines Earth is really the avenue for Jan Louise Abejero. She actually reminds me of former MPE Catherine Vital (nee Untalan) who placed a premium on what she can intelligently work hard for in favor of the environment. 🙂
She is trying out for Bb. Pilipinas 2016. On her own, for a change
Just to prove that I’m not limited to blogging only about the possible Bb. Pilipinas 2016 joiners who come from the different established camps (just like what I did last month for Jennyline Carla Malpaya who is likely to be fielded by Designer Jontie Martinez), I am giving space now to one lady who will submit her application for the beauty pageant simply because she wants to try her luck in the ultra-competitive search. Nothing wrong with that. It’s not like BPCI has closed its doors to wannabes with no previous national pageant experience or have no camp back-up.
Remember Anabel Christine Tia? She flew from Ozamiz City armed only with the determination to follow her dreams. She went for her first attempt last 2014 and got in. It was only during the final screening when she was warmly welcomed by KF into the fold. And she even returned last year with marked improvements. Will the young woman in this post follow that trail?
The name is Jan Louise Lopez Abejero. She is 21 years old, stands 5’7″ and is a graduate of Mass Communication from the University of Santo Tomas. As far as special interests are concerned, she loves cooking, reading books, writing, painting and even hosting. She also does regular volunteer work for charity.
Dear readers, don’t pin her down just yet. This girl might have something extra special that will convince the judges. Let’s give everyone the chance. It could be just for the experience. Or it could also be to see what fate awaits her in the screening. Can she pull through? 🙂
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