After a flurry of kick-off activities which included a coastal clean-up, an environmental seminar, and a more-intimate-than-usual welcome party, the Miss Earth 2019 delegates were finally introduced to the press at a luncheon held in Diamond Hotel, Manila. 79 out of … Continue reading Miss Earth 2019: An Earthly Welcome
Silvia Celeste Cortesi, a 20-year-old half-Italian model from the Filipino Community of Rome, captured the Miss Earth Philippines 2018 title in SM Mall of Asia Arena on May 19. She was crowned by the reigning Miss Earth, Karen Ibasco, and will … Continue reading Celeste Cortesi Wins Miss Earth Philippines 2018
The Sunflower State takes two. Hailey Colborn, a 17-year-old ballet dancer from Wichita bested 50 other young ladies from around the United States at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum in Shreveport, Louisiana on May 18. She is now Kansas‘ second Miss Teen USA titleholder … Continue reading Kansas wins Miss Teen USA 2018
In what can easily qualify as a no-brainer to Filipino pageant fans, former Miss World Philippines titleholder Catriona Gray (Bb#20) was crowned Miss Universe Philippines 2018 at the 55th edition of the Bb. Pilipinas pageant, held on March 18 at the Araneta … Continue reading Catriona Gray is Miss Universe Philippines 2018
And regain its clout it did!
India’s Manushi Chhillar has captured her country’s 6th Miss World crown, 17 years after Priyanka Chopra‘s win in 2000. The 20-year-old model from the northern state of Haryana bested 117 other beauties for the 2017 title. The pageant was held for the 7th time in Sanya, China on November 18.
In a convention-breaking turn of events, Kevin Lilliana of Indonesia was crowned Miss International 2017 on November 14 at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The 21-year-old model from Bandung, West Java bested 68 other international candidates and was crowned by incumbent titleholder, Kylie Verzosa of the Philippines.
Island nations reigned supreme at the Miss World 2017 Sports challenge held yesterday at the Sanya Ocean Sonic Banling Resort.
Dominican Republic‘s 22-year-old Aletxa Mueses is now the first contestant to enter Miss World 2017‘s Top 40, after winning the first of five Fast Track events that guarantee placements for its winners. She is now the second woman from her nation to win the event since Marianly Burgos in 2011.