Magnificence pageants thriving regardless of pandemic |

Earl DC Bracamonte –

November 30, 2021 | 5:42 pm

MANILA, Philippines – With major competitions on the rise, smaller platforms have joined the push with their respective competitions – so November, December and even January 2022 are filled with emerging international events.

After the organization Hiyas ng Pilipinas sent Shannon Tampon to Turkey to take part in the international finals of the Miss Elite World, another local organization sent Shane Tormes to take part in the Miss Global International 2021, which will culminate in Bali, Indonesia. This country will also send Julie Tarrayo from Samar as a delegate to the Miss Multiverse competition in the Dominican Republic.

After the above competitions, Binibining Pilipinas Grand International 2021 Samantha Panlilio is currently competing in Phuket, Thailand for the final show on December 4th. The next day, December 5th, Samela Aubrey Godin, one of the finalists of the Miss World-Philippines pageant 2021 and winner of the Goodwill Ambassador fast-track challenge, will compete for the title of Miss Culture at the Gold Reef City Casino in Johannesburg, South Africa Fight internationally.

Next to Samantha, Beatrice Luigi Gomez stands for Miss Universe in Eilat, Israel for the final on December 12th, and also Tracy Maureen Perez for her Miss World competition in San Juan, Puerto Rico on December 16th.

After the holidays at the end of the year, the pageant fever starts all over again with a crowd of pageants that were scheduled for the beginning and middle of January.

Ilongga beauty Ruffa Nava has also been selected to represent the country at the upcoming Reina International del Cafe to be held in Colombia on January 8, 2022 – around the same time, Miss Eco Teen Philippines will be Tatiana Austria at Miss Eco Teen in 2021 Compete internationally in Cairo, Egypt in 2021.

With Cinderella Faye Obeñita’s triumph at the Miss InterContinental 2021 in another Egyptian city, things are looking bright for Austria in their upcoming competition, which another Filipina – Roberta Tamondong – won last year.

We wish all of our representatives the best of luck in their respective competitions. Bring the bacon home, ladies!

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