Last 3 Binibinis sent off

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    Emma Tiglao, Gazini Ganados, Resham Saeed and Leren Bautista. Photo by Lito Caleon
    Emma Tiglao, Gazini Ganados, Resham Saeed and Leren Bautista. Photo by Lito Caleon

    AS Binibining Pilipinas International Atty. Patch Magtanong is in the thick of activities in Japan leading to the 59th Miss International finals at Tokyo Dome City Hall on November 12, three more queens were sent off last Monday at Novotel Manila Araneta City to their respective international tilts all happening in December.

    Gazini Ganados, Resham Saeed and Emma Tiglao were sent off by Binibining Pilipinas Charities Inc., led by chair Stella Marquez Araneta, while Miss Globe 2019 second runner-up Leren Mae Bautista was feted for her achievement recently in Albania.

    Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados will vie for the 68th Miss Universe to be held at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on December 8. She’s gunning for a back-to-back win, hoping to succeed reigning Miss Universe Catriona Gray.

    After mustering all the skills she needs to possibly clinch our fifth Miss Universe crown, Gazini is leaving for Atlanta on November 27 with a grateful heart as she brings her platform of elderly care, in honor of her grandparents who raised her up in Talisay City, Cebu.

    Gazini was born in Dapitan City to a Filipino mom and a Palestinian dad whom she never met.

    Binibining Pilipinas Supranational Resham Ramirez Saeed will compete at the 11th Miss Supranational in Katowice, Silesia, Poland on December 6, hoping to win the country’s second Miss Supranational title after Mutya Datul, who won in Belarus in 2013.

    Half-Pakistani Resham, who was born in Buluan, Maguindanao and speaks five languages, flies to Poland on November 17, armed with the passion to learn new things which she did, like joining Binibining Pilipinas and now, competing for Miss Supranational.

    Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental Emma Mary Francisco Tiglao will vie for the 48th Miss Intercontinental Pageant in Sharm-El Sheik, Egypt on December 20, aiming to succeed current queen Karen J. Gallman for a back to back victory.

    Emma is only too happy to wear the “Philippines” sash, vowing to enjoy every minute of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity while at the same time give it her all to clinch the title for the country for the second straight year.

    Wishing you all the best beautiful Binibinis!

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    Congratulations to Kayesha Clauden Chua of Legaspi City for being crowned as the grand winner of the Miss Asia Awards in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam last Sunday.

    Hats off as well to the following: Clarissa Mae Presa Isidro of Tarlac City, who was 3rd runner-up in Miss Cosmopolitan World in Kuala Lumpur last October 25; Jeanyfer Garvilles Ozbot of Iloilo City, who was 2nd runner-up in Miss Asia Global in Kochin, India last November 1; and Jessa Mae Magyano De Vera of San Carlos, Pangasinan who was 2nd runner-up at Miss Cosmo World in Kuala Lumpur also last