Which Binibining Queen Will Win An International Crown in 2016?


Which Sash of Philippines Will Bring Home The International Crown?

It has now almost been two months since the Filipina beauties are crowned! The sash of Philippines is shining in the international pageants since last three years. Hence, the sash which says “Philippines” is important enough to be noted as the front runner in any international platform!

In 2013, Philippines won its first Miss World crown through Megan Young, and since then there has been no looking back. In the same year, Bea Rose Santiago won Miss International crown, becoming the fifth Filipina to have achieved the title. Later, Mutya Datul won Miss Supranational 2013, becoming first Filipino and first Asian to claim the crown.

In 2014, Jamie Herrel was crowned as the second Miss Earth from Philippines. And in 2015, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach became the third Miss Universe from Philippines alongside Angelia Gabrena Ong to be titled as third Miss Earth from the country.

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This year,  Maria Mika Maxine Medina will be representing Philippines at Miss Universe 2016.  Kylie Verzosa will be representing Philippines at Miss International 2016.  Jennifer Hammond will be representing the Pearl of Orient Seas at Miss Intercontinental 2016 and  Nicole Cordoves will be holding the sash of Philippines at Miss Grand International 2016, while Nichole Manalo will be competing at Miss Globe 2016, aiming a back to back victory.

Since each beauty is gorgeous in her own sense to represent the country in a charming way, who do you think has the brighter chance to win the international crown?

Hurry! And tell the world! 🙂

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