Honey Cho from Myanmar Crowned Mrs Universe 2019

Honey Cho of Myanmar Wins Mrs. Universe 2019

Honey Cho from Myanmar was crowned as Mrs. Universe 2019 in the 42nd edition of Mrs. Universe which took place on 30th December, 2019 in People’s Republic of China where ninety delegates from all over the world competed for the title of Mrs. Universe 2019. Honey Cho succeeds Julia Gershun of Monaco as the new Mrs. Universe.

Honey Cho, Mrs. Universe 2019 with her court

The newly crowned Mrs. Universe is a mother of three and is 37 years old. Apart from walking home with the title of Mrs. Universe, Honey Cho also won the Best Personality and Talent Winner Award at the said pageant. Myanmar pioneered its win in Mrs. Universe under Honey Cho’s delegation.

During the same event, delegates from Crimea, China, Central Pacific Asia and Russia were adjudged as the runners up to Honey Cho respectively. Soon after she won the crown, the newly crowned Mrs. Universe took over the social media to opine, “Myanmar, we are the champion! I could humbly wear this Mrs Universe 2019 Crown amongst 90 incredibly outstanding lovely women from all over the globe. Let’s celebrate together.”

Aayushi Dholakia from India Crowned Miss Teen International 2019

Aayushi Dholakia of India Wins Miss Teen International 2019

Aayushi Dholakia from India was crowned as Miss Teen International 2019 at the grand finale of the Miss Teen International 2019 on December 19, 2019 at Kingdom of Dreams in Gurugram, India.

Apart from winning the prestigious crown, she also won Best National Costume and Best in Speech special awards at Miss Teen International 2019 pageant. At the same event, Paraguay’s Yessenia Garcia was crowned first runner-up and Botswana’s Anicia Gaothusi was adjudged as second runner-up and Miss Teen Africa. Other continental queens at this year’s Miss Teen International competition included Vietnam’s Thu Pham (Miss Teen Asia), Italy’s Maria Luisa Piras (Miss Teen Europe) and Brazil’s Alessandra Santos (Miss Teen Americas).

Aayushi Dholakia is a student at Anand Vidyavihar School, Vadodara. She is in eleventh grade and masters various dance forms. She is also a sportsperson and has taken part in several zonal and state-level sports competitions. At the age of 14, she established a Happy Go Happy Club to organize various activities at old age homes. She is the Interact District Representative for Rotary District 3060 and also the current president of the Interact Club of Baroda Cosmopolitan.

In A Conversation With Meenakshi Mathur- Going Behind the Scenes of Pageant Training!

An Exclusive Interview With Meenakshi Mathur

Behind the glimmering ramp of pageants where beauty queens walk with their crowns, lies hard work, guidance and efforts of a trainer who never gave up. Today, The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry is here to unveil the untold story of a pageant trainer wherein hundreds of would-be beauty queens have beaten a path to her door, seeking her wisdom over the telephone, Skype, text message and in person, because Mrs Meenakshi Mathur has an enviable record.

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Meenakshi Mathur, who has been a renowned face in pageant industry by bagging several titles in both Mrs and Miss pageantry still oozes with exuberance as she turns out to be pageant trainer of Mrs Tourism Universe India pageant. Lately, Tanya Mittal, who is trained by Meenakshi represented India at Miss Tourism Universe 2017 and won the title of Mrs Tourism Universe Asia 2018 title, subsequent to which The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry talked to the queen maker, discussing her vision towards the pageant training scenario. So without much ado, let’s find out what Meenakshi Mathur feels about the pageant training criteria.

Hi, Meenakshi. You have already garnered much fame via your previous stint at Mrs Universe. How does it feel to be on the other side of the table?

Hi, The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry. I have been in the fashion industry for last 24 years. After my stint at Femina Miss India in 1997, Ford Supermodel in 2000, I was lucky to get placed in TV Commercials, Print ads as well as Ramp shows. This exposed me to vast experience in all the arenas of modelling. As a Master of Ceremony I hosted over 500 events and went on to win the Best Anchor of India award in 2012. I have established my own academy and started training and grooming pageant aspirants after winning Mrs India and subsequently Mrs Universe Famous in 2016 and trust me it is the best decision I have made. It makes me happy to be a catalyst in giving wings to the dreams of young talent. I also get to relive my love for stage through my students.

How are you feeling after Tanya Mittal won the title of Miss Tourism Universe Asia 2018? How rigorous was her training process?

It is surely satisfactory when your disciple wins and becomes the pride of the nation. At Star Steps Academy, the entire team puts in efforts for each candidate to succeed. Tanya had everything perfectly set, her National Costume on peacock theme was hugely appreciated. Moreover, she secured highest score in the question and answer round, her rampwalk and turns to hand movement, it was all well rehearsed. Also, she is a People’s Person, which I think really helps. It is rightly said, “Success comes when opportunity meets perfection.”

Tanya Mittal after winning Miss Tourism Universe Asia 2018

How did the organization approach you for training the contestants?

Our academy Star Steps India is delighted to serve in the field of personality development, image consultancy, pageant and model training. For a pageant we cover all the requirements like, posture training, right eye contact, perfect gait and ramp walk, introduction, question and answer, personal interview, make up, posing for the camera, selection of wardrobe according to skin and body type, hair and eye brow styling, fitness and diet consultation. We are also associated as training and grooming partners with 4 national level pageants.

Please tell us something about your previous training experiences, giving us the glimpse of your trained contestants.

Sharad Kelkar won the title of Mr. Photogenic and went on to become a well known TV/Movie actor. Kajal jain won Miss beautiful hair at Femina Miss India, she is also a TV/Movie actor.  My Academy was set up in June 2017 and soon 12 children of different age group who took our training swept away all the major titles at Junior Mr. and Miss India 2017 in August month itself, with Priya agarwal, Pranav Sethi and Siddhi Suri making a hat trick by clinching the Top titles in their respective age category. Meetender Meeth Singh won RuBaru Mr. India and represented India at Mr United Continents at Phillipines. He secured the First Runners Up title and also a sub title of Mr Photogenic in the year 2017. Tanya Mittal is representing India at Miss Tourism Universe 2018, at Lebanon. Besides those trained at academy, there are several others who are trained at various pageants, who become winners and later go on to become actors & models.

What does typical pageant training involve?

Training for an international pageant requires developing a psychology of “I love it, I want it and it is possible. I believe I have what it takes and I can”. It is most difficult to help them make that psychological shift. Meditation and self affirmation techniques are also helpful. Next, the way a contestant speaks plays a big role in winning a pageant. At academy they are trained to control their pace and pitch, correct diction and voice modulation makes a huge difference. Also, they learn to make the camera their best friend, we do photo shoot practice in different moods like elegant, playful, smiling and shots like headshot, mid shot, full length and profile. We practice over 5000 pageant questions and ensure the trainees are fluent and confident while facing question and answer round. The introduction is also prepared individually which highlights the best traits of the contestant. Fitness and diet is monitored on weekly basis. Fine dining etiquettes are a part of training. At pageants girls must look their best at all times, they are taught the complete make up as per the international standards. It takes a little while to learn the correct ramp walk with perfect turns in high heels. Once a student is ready for a pageant, we assist them with purchasing wardrobe according to their skin tone, body type, Face type etc. Colors, cuts, design and fabric vary from person to person .We also guide them with enhancing their looks with appropriate hair style.

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What is the most common goal of your clients when they come for the pageant training?

Surprisingly, most of the aspirants have smaller goals like participating in local pageant. They lack self belief and think it is not possible to make it big. As I said earlier, we curate these young talents and help give wings to their dream. Once they develop belief in their own potential, the sky is the limit.

Who do you look up to as your pageant idols and how do you help your disciples to follow the same pathway?

I appreciate & follow Femina Miss India, Miss Diva, Elite Model look, Peter England Mr. India & Gladrags Megamodel amongst the Indian pageants. A few Mrs. India pageants are also setting new bench marks. I personally feel the need to judge a pageant aspirant on the basis of their respective personality traits and then recommend a suitable pageant to them.

What training principles do you live your life by?

I live with the principle that “Risk and give everything you have, to get what you desire”. It’s important to surrender yourself to your goal. Sincere practice with dedication, patience and faith can never fail.

What are your main rules when it comes to pageant training regime?

It takes approximately 3 months to 1 year for total transformation. The Thumb rule is “Practice for Perfection”. There is no short cut to success. A typical day involves workout, meditation, healthy diet, lots of water, make up practice, walk, posing, and question and answer practice. Lots of book reading and keeping abreast with current topics and off course the beauty sleep.

What are those little pageant luxuries a pageant aspirant cannot live without?

A well equipped gym with spa and healthy diet.

What are your prime objectives for the pageant? What kind of representatives are you looking forward to?

The Indian representative for Miss Tourism Universe ’2018 is Miss Tanya Mittal. Since it is a tourism pageant, we were looking for a candidate who can represent Indian culture, tradition and its values. Tanya has a perfect blend of elegance and confidence which reflects in her positive body language and communication skills. We have equipped her with best possible training and wardrobe. We are hopeful that she will make India proud.

Tell us more about your team. Who will grace the panel of official designer and trainer for different aspects in the pageant?

While I take care of the major part of on stage and in camera training, Mr Rohit Sharma is the official image consultant, he teaches the art of fine dining, manners and etiquettes and also decides the wardrobe and looks for every contestant individually. The national costume for Miss Tourism Universe has a peacock theme, it is designed by Miss Shikha.

What message would you like to give to the pageant enthusiasts, who are reading this interview?

Chase your dream, get trained by the best in the industry, a guru is essential, somebody who has walked the path you want to follow can definitely be the best guide.

What message would you like to give to The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry?

The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry has really made the global world of pageants a family. It is amazing to get the latest updates. Thank You.

That was an awestriking conversation, Meenakshi. We wish you all the luck and love as you proceed on the path to international pageants, shaping young talents.

Also Read: An Exclusive Interview With Rohit Sharma- National Director of Miss Tourism Universe India 

In A Conversation With Rohit Sharma- National Director of Miss Tourism Universe India

An Exclusive Interview with Rohit Sharma- National Director of Miss Tourism Universe India

Tourism pageants are the most spectacular lanes to gain an insight of different countries’ cultures, ethnicity and rich diversity. In the ongoing Miss Tourism Universe 2018 pageant, Tanya Mittal is the face of India. While the pageant has already commenced since September 12, 2018, the grand finale of the same is slated to culminate on September 25, 2018. 21 years old, Tanya Mittal hails from Gwalior, and is also listed among youngest entrepreneurs of India. The beauty queen has her brand named Hand Made Love. Believed to be a people’s person, she exudes confidence as she talks.

While the beauty queen is busy representing India internationally, we got hold of the National Director, Mr Rohit Sharma to voice out what made him choose Tanya as ‘India’ at Miss Tourism Universe 2018. Before we begin, let us tell, that Rohit is an Engineer turned Entrepreneur, which makes us wonder about how magnificent turns life can take if shaped in the right direction.


Lately, The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry got to interact with the National Director of Miss Tourism Universe India, Mr Rohit Sharma, who not only gave an overview over how he shall be managing the upcoming editions of the pageants, but also shared his preparation regime for the candidates gearing up for the coming season. So without doing further ado, let us delve in!

Congratulations, Rohit for acquiring the franchise of Miss Tourism Universe India. How are you gearing yourself up for the voyage?

Thank you very much. The India delegate has already been declared. Since, the International pageant is beginning from September, 2018 in Lebanon, the contestant as well as the entire team of Star Steps is busy making all the preparations, specially the finale couture. Budding designer Shikha has created a vivid National costume based on our national bird-Peacock. We hope that our contestant clinches the title. Wishing her good luck.

You are an engineer turned entrepreneur. What made you believe in the idea of pageants?

Yes, I am a qualified Mechanical Engineer. I have worked with LG and Escorts Construction Equipment Ltd., but creativity was always my personal call. I quit my job to pursue an Image Consultancy course from USA. Later, I along with my wife Meenakshi, who has been an experienced model, decided to foray into imparting training and grooming to youngsters and children who dream to make a mark globally. So we launched our academy for personality grooming, pageant training & image consultancy. That is how Star Steps India came into force in 2017. In a short span of one year we had groomed many candidates for various pageants national & international both. We also organized a sub contest for Super Model International in the year 2017 with the participants from over 42 countries. More recently we organized Grand Kids Fashion Show which was a huge success.


That is brilliant! Please tell us more about Miss Tourism Universe India. How did it come into existence? What is the principle of the event?

Our academy Star steps India is in the expansion phase and acquiring the franchise of reputed International pageant is its integral part. We wanted to promote the candidate who can represent the culture of India Internationally. Someone with remarkable communication skills, confidence, looks and the perfect attitude which is a must have for a winner. Miss Tanya Mittal is going to be representing India at Miss Tourism Universe to be held in Lebanon. Contestants from 31 countries are participating. The finale is on 25th September 2018.

We wish Tanya a very good luck for the international pageant! However, in today’s era pageants are fading in terms of popularity and relevance in the Indian society. What do you think are the possible reasons behind this and how will Miss Tourism Universe India strive to eradicate this scenario?

There are several small players who have surfaced into organizing pageants. The problem originates when a pageant is being organized only for churning revenue, it is then, that it loses its sheen. At Star Steps we focus on grooming all the finalists to perfection, weather it is ramp walk training, posing practice sessions, introduction or question and answer, the contestants must look like stars shining on the ramp. Our Pageants are the expression of our outclass training and creativity.

What are your prime objectives for the pageant? What kind of representatives are you looking forward to?

Our prime objective is to get candidates who are willing to give in their 100% in terms of dedication. Rest is our responsibility in terms of grooming & training. We look forward for the candidate who can represent the culture of India Internationally. Someone with excellent communication skills, confidence, looks and the perfect attitude which is a must have for a winner.

Tell us more about your team. Who will grace the panel of official trainer for the pageant?

Our trainers are our strength. Our Chief Trainer is Mrs Universe Famous Meenakshi Mathur. She has vast experience in the field of pageantry for more than 24 years. I myself am a certified image consultant and all the dresses, hairstyle, looks etc are personally recommended by me to each and every contestant, which certainly help them stand out and win. We also have on board Mr. Sanjay Sharma as a specialist educator, who holds many foreign degrees. He is an expert speaker & presenter.

What training criteria are you providing to your contestants and delegates under the pageant?

There is a famous quote “the more you sweat in practice the less you bleed in war”. The training is rigorous which lasts for over one month. It includes, posture training, fitness and diet consultation , ramp walk , diction and voice modulation, public speaking, fine dining, wardrobe consultation, introduction, question and answer practice etc.

What message would you like to give to the pageant enthusiasts, who are reading this interview?

Sky is the limit. You need to learn the techniques and master the art to perfection according to international standards.

What kind of winner were you looking forward to?

Since it is a tourism pageant, we were looking for a candidate who can represent Indian culture, tradition and its values. Miss Tanya Mittal (Miss Tourism Universe India’2018) has a perfect blend of elegance and confidence which reflects in her positive body language and communication skills.

What message would you like to give to The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry?

There are numerous Miss, Mr. & Mrs. Beauty contest taking place across the nation. Most of them are organized for financial gains. Only the participants are the ones who suffer as they don’t have data to track the authenticity. So if the Kaleidoscope of Pageantry can do something about this, it would be of great help to the aspirants. But otherwise You are doing a great job. Thank you.

That was an overwhelming conversation, Rohit. We wish Miss Tourism Universe India Organization and Tanya Mittal all the luck in all the future endevours.

Gayatri Bharadwaj Is Miss United Continents India 2018

Gayatri Bharadwaj To Represent India At Miss United Continents 2018

Gayatri Bharadwaj, who represented the state of Delhi at Fbb Colors Femina Miss India 2018 and eventually became the Top 5 finalist, has been appointed as Miss United Continents India 2018. She succeeds Sana Dua as the new Miss United Continents India and would be representing India at Miss United Continents 2018 slated to take place in September in Ecuador.

Delhi- Gayatri Bharadwaj

22 years old, Gayatri is a dentist by profession, a national level football player and a trained classical dancer. She organizes camps to create awareness about dental issues. During the coronation gala of Femina Miss India 2018, she was awarded with the subtitles like Miss Glamorous Look, Miss Popular and Miss Spectacular Eyes.

India has came close to winning Miss United Continents title many times but is yet to win the first crown. Sushrii Shreya Mishra, Gail Nicole D’Silva, Lopamudra Raut have rose to fame by winning runners up title at Miss United Continents pageant in last few years.

Estefania Chavez Garcia From Mexico Crowned Miss Glam World 2018

Estefania Chavez Garcia From Mexico Wins Miss Glam World 2018

Estefania Chavez Garcia from Mexico was crowned as Miss Glam World 2018 on April 27, 2018 at Adlux International Convention & Exhibition Centre in India,Cochin.


During the same event, Fahima Kulow Muhumed Abdi from Kenya was titled as the first runner up whereas Aileena Catherine Amon from India was adjudged as the second runner up.


Miss Glam World pageant is organized by Dr Ajit Ravi who is the owner of Pegasus group.

Cynthia Thomalla From Philippines Crowned Miss Eco International 2018

Cynthia Thomalla From Philippines Wins Miss Eco International 2018

Cynthia Thomalla from Philippines was crowned as Miss Eco International 2018 on April 27, 2018 at Cairo Opera House in Cairo, Egypt. Cynthia Thomalla succeeds Amber Bernachi of Canada as the new Miss Eco International.


Cynthia Thomalla is the last of the four beauty queens to compete under the Miss World Philippines Organization. Her victory as Miss Eco International 2018 follows the success of Teresita Winwyn Marquez, who won Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 and Sophia Senoron, who was crowned as Miss Multinational 2018.


In the final question and answer round, Cynthia was asked about the relevance of beauty pageants, to which she answered, “I think that the most relevant thing that beauty queens can add to the world is raising awareness on their own causes. For example, Miss Eco International is raising the advocacy of sustainable tourism and protecting the environment.

During the same event, Astira Vernadeina from Indonesia was titled as the first runner up, Kelin Rivera Kroll from Peru was adjudged as the second runner up, Glennys Medina Segura from Costa Rica was announced as the third runner up and Nguyen Thi Dung from Vietnam finished as the fourth runner up.


This year 52 delegates competed for the title of Miss Eco-International.

Complete Results

Miss Eco International 2018- Philippines- Cynthia Magpatoc Thomalla
First Runner Up- Indonesia – Astira Vernadeina
Second Runner Up- Perú – Kelin Rivera Kroll
Third Runner Up- Costa Rica – Glennys Medina Segura
Fourth Runner Up- Vietnam – Nguyen Thi Dung

Top 10 Finalists:

Brasil – Daiane Savi
Egypt – Hadeer Tariq
India – Naseema Arewale
Poland – Karina Pochwała
Portugal – Priscila Alvez

Top 21 Semi-Finalists:

China – Zhao Yuanxin
Colombia – Daniela Daza
Ecuador – Diana Palacios Morales
Malaysia – Adriana Terrence
Mauritius- Laetitia Begue
Mexico – Mara Orduño
Nigeria – Omoye Akhigbe
Russia – Kseniya Klepikova
Serbia – Hristina Vujinovic
Suriname – Kimberley Naarendorp
Venezuela – Leix Collins

Aleksandra Liashkova From Belarus Crowned Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2018

Aleksandra Liashkova From Belarus Wins Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2018

Aleksandra Liashkova from Belarus was crowned as Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2018 in the first edition of the pageant, on March 26, 2018 at Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon, India. She battled out 42 other candidates to claim the crown of Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2018.


During the same event, Ekaterina Evdokimova from Russia was titled as the first runner-up, Zarina Andirjanova from Uzbekistan was adjudged as the second runner-up, Chantarachota Paphattanun from Thailand was announced as the third runner-up and Helina Tilahun Bikis from Ethiopia finished as the fourth runner-up.

The pageant witnessed ten days long pre-pageant activities leading to the grand finale which comprised of three rounds- national costume round, swimsuit round and evening gown round.

Organized by Rubaru Group, Miss Supermodel Worldwide aims to spread a message to stop violence against women, women empowerment and female foeticide.

Complete Results

Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2018: Belarus- Aleksandra Liashkova
1st runner-up: Russia- Ekaterina Evdokimova
2nd runner-up: Uzbekistan- Zarina Andirjanova
3rd runner-up: Thailand- Chantarachota Paphattanun
4th runner-up: Ethiopia- Helina Tilahun Bikis

Top 10 Finalists:

  • Thailand
  • Israel
  • Russia
  • Ecuador
  • Cameroon
  • Sri Lanka
  • Uzbekistan
  • Ethiopia
  • Belarus
  • India

Top 20 Semi-Finalists:

  • Turkey
  • Malaysia
  • Kenya
  • Kosovo
  • Uzbekistan
  • Italy
  • Kazakhstan
  • Belarus
  • Sri Lanka
  • Moldova
  • Ecuador
  • Israel
  • Russia
  • Ethiopia
  • New Zealand
  • Thailand
  • China
  • Cameroon
  • India
  • Austria

Continental Queens:

Asia – Malaysia
Europe – Kosovo
Africa – South Africa
Americas – Ecuador

Special Awards:

Best in Evening Wear – Australia
Best in Swimsuit – Kazakhstan
Best in Interview – Egypt
Miss Body Beautiful – Italy
Missosologists’ Choice Award – Armenia
Miss Congeniality – India
Miss Photogenic – Ethiopia
Best Catwalk – Philippines
Miss Charity Queen – Turkey
Best Cover Look – Israel
Miss Energetic – Zimbabwe
Miss Fashionista – Moldova
Miss Intellectual – Kenya
Miss Iconic Beauty – New Zealand
Miss Fittest Supermodel – Croatia

Best in National Costume:

Winner- Sri Lanka
1st runner-up – Ecuador
2nd runner-up Borneo

Best in Talent

Winner- China
1st runner-up – England
2nd runner-up – Israel

Miss Internet Popularity

Winner- England
1st runner-up – Puerto Rico
2nd runner-up Armenia

Mr & Miss Best Icon India 2018: Date And Venue Announced!

Mr & Miss Best Icon India 2018- Road To Grand Finale

The very first edition of Mr & Miss Best Icon India is slated to take place on April 21, 2018 at Orion Mall, Brigade Gateway, Bengaluru. Best Icon India is a National Beauty Pageant headed by Rio Production, which is a renowned modeling and film institute. The winner of Best icon India will represent India at Best Icon Model International, which is also governed by Rio Production.


The pageant is divided in following regional competitions, where four zones will be vying for the title- Best Icon India South comprising candidates from Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Best Icon India East comprising participants from Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Sikkim, Best Icon India North with candidates from Jammu Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Best Icon India North East comprising candidates from Nagaland, Meghalaya, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Assam and Best Icon India West with candidates from Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan competing for the title.

The grand finale will witness fifteen boys and fifteen girls competing for the main title.

CEO Mr. M. Shankar is the founder and creator of this agency. He is also the international director of the pageant. Mrs Ranjini Shankar is the national director of the pageant. The pageant consultant and catwalk trainer of the event would be Sujeesh Shanmughan and the fashion photographer of the event would be Manoj RanganPratibha Saunshimath, Mrs Asia International Global 2015 winner is also a part of the team.

The Kaleidoscope of Pageantry is the official online media partner for the pageant. Stay tuned for more updates!

Michele Gumabao Crowned Miss Globe Philippines 2018

Michele Gumabao Crowned Binibining Pilipinas Globe 2018 

Michele Gumabao was crowned as Miss Globe Philippines 2018 in the 55th edition of Binibining Pilipinas, which took place on March 18, 2018 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines. She succeeds  Nelda Ibe as the new Miss Globe Philippines, and will now represent Philippines at Miss Globe 2018.

Michele Gumabao

During the same event, Maria Ahtisa Manalo was adjudged as Miss International Philippines 2018, Catriona Gray was crowned as Miss Universe Philippines 2018, Eva Patalinjug was announced as Miss Grand Philippines 2018, while Karen Gallman emerged as Miss Intercontinental Philippines 2018 and Jehza Mae Huelar emerged as Miss Supranational Philippines 2018.


The coronation gala of Binibining Pilipinas 2018 was hosted by the third Filipino Miss Universe, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, alongside Filipino actor, Richard Gutierrez.

In last one decade, Philippines has proved its immense potential by winning one Miss Universe crown in the courtesy of Pia Wurtzbach (2015), two Miss International crowns in the courtesy of Bea Rose Santiago (2013) and Kylie Verzosa (2016), one Miss Supranational crown in the courtesy of Mutya Datul (2013).

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