Karen Ibasco, a 26-year-old medical physicist from the Manila, was crowned Miss Earth 2017 in Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City, Philippines on November 4, 2017. The former Bb. Pilipinas contestant-turned-Miss Earth Philippines titleholder bested 84 other eco-warriors at the … Continue reading Philippines wins 4th Miss Earth Crown
It was a toss-up between Thailand‘s regal Paweensuda Drouin and Puerto Rico‘s electrifying Karla Victoria Aponte. Both are extremely stunning and stand a good chance of winning the first Miss Earth crown for their respective countries.
But we could only vote for one.
So without further ado, Pageant Geeks‘ official pick for MISS EARTH 2017 is…
Less than 12 hours to go before the finale! Here’s our assessment on the third and final group:
Our pre-pageant review continues with the delegates of Group 2:
In three days, a new Miss Earth will be crowned and we will start counting down by sharing our thoughts on every candidate. We start our review with a peculiar mix of heavy pre-pageant favorites and long shots (and one evictee!).
Here are the delegates from Group One:
For the fourth straight year, the Miss Earth delegates were asked to submit biographical video pieces that promote their respective countries’ scenic beauty and sum up their individual environmental platforms. 73 out of the 86 official candidates fulfilled that requirement this year, and here are our Top 10 favorites:
Miss Earth 2017 has officially been going on for a week and if there’s one group that feels the brunt of the competition the most, it’s Group 3. Only a couple of days since taking part in their Talent competition, the group travelled to Tarlac and Batangas for their beach-themed challenges. That’s two regions, North and South of Manila, in just two days!
For the 4th time within five years, Hannah’s Beach Resort and Convention Center in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, flew in a group of selected Miss Earth candidates for a weekend courtesy visit and special mini pageant.
The first of three Miss Earth 2017 Talent Competitions took place last Wednesday, October 11 at the lobby of the Versailles Palace in Alabang. It was preceded by Group 2‘s Swimsuit Competition, which happened in the same venue – albeit at the pool area – earlier that afternoon.
After a few days of meet-and-greet sessions, school tours, seminars, and sponsor visits – you know, the stuff they show us via prolonged montages right before commercial breaks – it’s time for the real competition to begin!