Will Gazini be one of Cebu’s best bets for Bb. Pilipinas 2017?
Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados from the Queen City of the South is one beauty who has already paid her minimum pageant dues to move ahead with a Bb. Pilipinas participation. After getting her baptism of fire with Miss World Philippines 2014, she reappeared last year as an Official Candidate of the lesser known Miss Pearl of the Philippines (a move which was frowned about by some industry observers as it did not catch fire for her overall value as a national crown aspirant).
Gazing returned to Cebu and resumed her modeling stints with Origin Model Management. She regained her bearings on home ground and the talks right now are that she is setting her sights on the 2017 edition of our favorite national beauty competition. And I really hope she prepared well because this is the game plan she should have followed right from the start. Her arresting looks are more-than-eye-candy quality. She has the glow that displays versatility in photographs and an aura that can be globally appreciated.
Between now and February 24, It will be just a wait for us to see if Gazini finally gathers all her strength and confidence on a new journey in her pageant life. I am looking forward to seeing more of her at the Araneta Coliseum.
Care to comment, dear readers? 🙂
Gazini for Mia Arcenas
Gazini Ganados is representing Cebu City for Miss Pearl of the Philippines 2016
While a few of my pageant colleagues were slightly taken aback upon learning that Gazini Christiana Ganados Ewamer surfaced as Official Candidate of Miss Pearl of the Philippines 2016 instead of the previously-anticipated signing-up for Bb. Pilipinas 2016, I took it as possibly a personal assurance on the part of this lovely Cebuana to create a superior impact in the brand-new pageant and hopefully become its inaugural winner come May 14.
Now some might ask again why she went from Miss World Philippines 2014 to a lesser known competition. And I thought, why not? The possibility of this participation affecting her stock value (read: overall assessment of pageant experts) for future entry into the nationals may be imminent. But then again, she is standing out effortlessly among the Miss Pearl of the Philippines joiners as expected. Once she clinches this one (which I can confidently say she will), the achievement is already in the bag and will remain in place should she come forward to the major beauty derby next year or in 2018.
So I can only wish Gazini the best in this endeavor. She deserves to get a shining victory regardless of the contest’s still-untested appeal to the public. 🙂