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, Blog Bites: Miss Earth 2012
Tagged: Aisha Valy
, Braxis Alvarez
, Cynthia Kutscher
, Jenna Seymour
, Justyna Rajczyk
, Lea Sara Wittwer
, Lorraine Ditsebe
, Megumi Noda
, Miss Earth 2012
, Miss Photogenic 2012 Online Voting
, Phoebe Tan
, Stephany Stefanowitz
You can help one of the Miss Earth 2012 candidates win this year’s Miss Photogenic special award via the Online Voting.
Some of the Miss Earth 2012 candidates at the Luneta Park for Walk with ME.
Just ‘Like’ the official page of Miss Earth at HERE then hit ‘Like” at the bottom of the picture of your favorite delegate to help her win Miss Earth 2012’s Miss Photogenic Online Voting!
Would you like to vote for either Miss Poland Justyna Rajczyk or Miss Reunion Island Aisha Valy as Miss Photogenic? Then click on one of the links in this post.
Or you may want to go for Miss Nicaragua Braxis Alvarez (L) or Miss Uruguay Cynthia Kutscher for Miss Photogenic? Just click on the link/s in this post.
Or how about going for Miss Botswana Lorraine Ditsebe or Miss Australia Jenna Seymour for Miss Photogenic? Just click on the link/s here.
Or you can also support either Miss Japan Megumi Noda (L) or Miss Switzerland Lea Sara Wittwer. Just click on the link/s here.
Or you may want to go nationalistic and vote for Miss Philippines Stephany Stefanowitz or regionalistic and support Miss Singapore Phoebe Tan. It’s your choice. Just click on the link/s here.
By the way, you can also cast your vote in Miss Earth’s Official Website. Just click on a candidate you like, then you can find the button for Miss Photogenic. And don’t forget about the Miss Earth Eco-Beauty Online Video Voting as well.
VOTE NOW! 😀
All images courtesy of MissEarth.tv.
Miss Earth Japan 2012 Megumi Noda
When Megumi Noda starts competing for Japan in Miss Earth 2012, she will be mighty proud of her growing-up years which contributed a lot to her love and appreciation of Mother Earth. The 25 year-old looker from Shiga Prefecture was raised in the Satoyama where the virgin forest and mountain foothills meet the rice paddy fields of the flatlands. She is also proud to have lived near Lake Biwa.
This Japanese nature lover has more to her ecological interest than meets the eye. And she will put all of this practical knowledge to good use in all the Miss Earth activities and challenges that are sure to make this year’s batch extra appreciative of the organization’s causes and objectives.
Will Megumi Noda win her country’s first Miss Earth crown and, in the process, sustain the momentum started by Ikumi Yoshimatsu in Miss International 2012? We shall see! 😉