IN PHOTOS: Miss Philippines Earth 2018 Final Screening


Report: Arvin Cabachete | Writer & Correspondent
Photos: JR Noses | Chief Photojournalist & Photo Editor

In search for a new set of Philippine Eco Warrior queens, Carousel Productions Inc. scheduled a final screening for Miss Philippines Earth 2018 pageant for NCR and Luzon delegates last March 2 at Carousel Gardens, Mandaluyong City

Wearing cocktail dress and two piece swimsuit, the aspirants were judged by the reigning Miss Philippines Earth along with some officers of  Carousel Productions Inc.

The aspirant undergoes a rigorous screening process led by Karen Ibasco, Miss Earth 2017, along with her fellow 2017 queens and some officers of Carousel Productions Inc. Photo by Edmund Chua.

Carousel Productions is yet to announce final screenings for Visayas, Mindanao and abroad.

For this year’s edition, fifty (50) candidates will be chosen. These Earth Goddesses from all over the Philippines and Filipino communities abroad, empowered to make a change will be coming together to promote various initiatives to preserve our natural resources, engage in environmental activities and projects together with environmental partners in communities, municipalities and cities in the country.

The entire two-months of activities this summer will be covered on TV, social media, print and radio. Coronation Night will be at the Mall of Asia Arena on May 19, 2018 at 7pm. The two-hour television special shall be telecast on ABS-CBN nationwide at, 10:00 AM and on The Filipino Channel (TFC) worldwide at a later date.

Miss Philippines Earth produced four Miss Earth winners since it’s inception in 2001: Karla Paula Henry (2008), Jaimee Herrel (2014), Angelia Ong (2015) and Karen Ibasco (2017).

Reigning Miss Earth Karen Ibasco during the final screening.

Here are the photos during the final screening. Photos by JR Noses, Life N Style Central photographer.

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One thought on “IN PHOTOS: Miss Philippines Earth 2018 Final Screening

  • March 15, 2018 at 12:44 am

    The modern V2 Church perhaps feels a need to recognize modern heros, declaring them saints to add credibility of the Vatican and it”s liberal changes and direction they have invoked over the last 50+ years. So let”s see, in just the last 10 years, 3 out of 4 deceased post-conciliar bishops of Rome: John the XXIIIrd, Paul the VIth, and JohnPaul the IInd have been declared saints. By comparison and historically speaking, in the Roman Catholic Church prior to the V2 Council (pre-conciliar), the last two Pope Saints were Pope Pius the Vth and Pope Pius the Xth. There is over a 400 year period between their Pontifical reigns, and Pope St. Pius the Xth”s reign was at the beginning of the 20th century! No doubt there were many good popes


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