Batch 2019 ng Binibining Pilipinas Queens, nagbalik-tanaw sa kanilang crowning moment

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06/11/2020 03:29 PM
Batch 2019 ng Binibining Pilipinas Queens, nagbalik-tanaw sa kanilang crowning moment

Isang taon na mula nang koronhan ang batch 2019 ng Binibining Pilipinas na sina Leren Mae Bautista, Aya Abesamis, Resham Saeed, Patricia Magtanong at Gazini Ganados.

Dahil postponed ang karamihan ng major beauty pageants ngayon, extended rin ang reign ng Pinay beauty queens na aktibo ngayon sa kanilang social media accounts.

Sa kanilang mga Instagram post, sabay sabay na nag throwback ng kanilang crowning moments ang Binibini Queens.


Una na dito si Leren Mae Bautista na nakapag uwi ng 2nd runner up placing sa Miss Globe Beauty pageant.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

365 days passed. What a year I might say! I couldn’t imagine myself being called a Binibini nor being crowned with one of the Binibining Pilipinas titles, pangarap ko lang yun noon e! πŸ‘‘πŸ™πŸ» I couldn’t have done all of this without my core group guiding me all the way. To all my family, relatives, friends and supporters who helped me light up the fire that somehow I was losing. πŸ’‘πŸ€ • • “At times, our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.” – Albert Schweitzer • • Thank you @bbpilipinasofficial.. ♥️ Maraming Salamat sa lahat ng sumigaw, napaos at suporta! I will never forget. πŸ™πŸ»♥οΈπŸ¦‹ Keep safe and stay healthy everyone! • Happy Crownsary to my Binibini sisters! πŸ’ƒπŸ» #LerenLerenSinta #BINIBININGPILIPINAS2019

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“365 days passed. What a year I might say! I couldn’t imagine myself being called a Binibini nor being crowned with one of the Binibining Pilipinas titles, pangarap ko lang yun noon e! I couldn’t have done all of this without my core group guiding me all the way. To all my family, relatives, friends and supporters who helped me light up the fire that somehow I was losing,” post ng 2019 Binibining Pilipinas Globe.

Si Aya Abesamis naman na humalili sa iniwang titulo ni Samantha Lo bilang Binibining Pilipinas Grand International, nanatiling grateful sa pagkakataon na ibinigay sa kanya ng Binibining Pilipinas.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“Live for the moments you can’t put into words.” —- And just like that, it’s been a year already πŸ™πŸΎ So fast I must say and yet I’m so grateful for it all. ✨🧑 . This definitely has been a heartfelt one of a kind experience from being crowned with my fellow sister Queens last June 9, 2019 to unexpected happenings and unmeasurable opportunities that came by all through out this reign. πŸ‘‘πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ . Thank you @bbpilipinas and to my ever supportive family, relatives, friends, Team Aya, Aces & Queens, Trainers, Designers and my #AYAMAZING family. I’m am blessed to have been able to share the gift of vision, patience, kindness, love and friendship. 🧑Maraming Salamat po at tuloy parin ang Laban! Lol 😝 πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ —-Not yet a farewell speech πŸ™ƒ . #MissUniversePhxBBPilipinas2019 #BbPilipinas2019 #BeyondBeauty #AYAmazing #AYAnasiya #kaAYAaya #LungsodNgPasig #StyledByJamilSultan #CadSmile #HitManDan #LiftAestheticClinic #PlateriaJewelry #TeamAlbertKurniawan . Photo: #photobynicobelasco

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“Live for the moments you can’t put into words.” And just like that, it’s been a year already. So fast I must say and yet I’m so grateful for it all. This definitely has been a heartfelt one of a kind experience from being crowned with my fellow sister Queens last June 9, 2019 to unexpected happenings and unmeasurable opportunities that came by all through out this reign.”

Ang Binibining Pilipinas Supranational 2019 na si Resham Saeed, binalikan na hindi hadlang ang religion at paniniwala sa pag abot sa pangarap.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This picture is the moment my name was called, and I realized I won. . . . A year ago today, I shared a stage with 39 other women who just like myself, started their month long journey to no only win a title, but to conquer something deep within ourselves. Whether we knew it at the time or not we were all battling with our own demons and personal struggles πŸ‘‘ I never thought I would take part in a beauty pageant yet there I was, hoping to represent a unique perspective. What always kept me going was wanting to be one of the first few Filipino Muslim Women to represent the Philippines internationally. I just wanted so badly to be able to say: I did that. But trust me when I say this...it’s not all glitz and glamour. It took so much work and mental energy. Everything I did or tried to do always felt so controversial too. Being Muslim bought about criticism and judgement. Being half Pakistani also bought along many biases and micro-aggressions. And then of course as much as we preach about woman empowerment...not everyone likes a woman that’s too outspoken, too honest or “too” much of anything really. And so, this journey was not only a reminder of that but a guide and learning ground on how to create change around me and in my life. Now that a year has passed, I can’t begin to express the deep growth, knowledge and perspective I have found. Everything serves as a lesson and insight if you’re willing to see it that way. My biggest win here wasn’t a crown, but the love and support of my country, the opportunity to advocate for the causes I’m passionate about, and to celebrate women and sisterhood. Thank you to everyone who helped me get there and for believing in me when I needed it the most. When it boils down to it...the crown isn’t just mine but it’s ours ♥οΈπŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ Happy anniversary to all my Queen sisters, I am so happy to have shared this year with you and I can’t wait to be reunited ✨swipe to see the angels who got me here. You know all that you have done for me and I will always be grateful from the bottom of my heart ♥️

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“A year ago today, I shared a stage with 39 other women who just like myself, started their month long journey to not only win a title, but to conquer something deep within ourselves. Whether we knew it at the time or not we were all battling with our own demons and personal struggles. I never thought I would take part in a beauty pageant yet there I was, hoping to represent a unique perspective. What always kept me going was wanting to be one of the first few Filipino Muslim Women to represent the Philippines internationally.”

Ang Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental na si Emma Tiglao naman, aminadong miss na miss na ang kanyang Binibining Pilipinas sisters.

 

 

“Oh! How can I forget this day? The day wherein I gave you my biggest and most genuine smile.  The day the stars aligned and turned my dream into reality. It was a long journey, but worth it! And it is just a testimony that no matter how long and hard your journey will be, as long as you have a warrior soul and great support system anything can be achieved. Happy Crownsary my dearest 2019 BBP Queens! Can’t wait to see you all and share chikas together.”

Si Patricia Magtanong na lumaban sa 2019 Miss International pageant hindi expected ang mahabang reign ng pageant dahil sa pandemic.

 

 

“Happy Anniversary! Not the reign we expected, but made the most out of the past year. Thank you for the privilege to be your queens! We’ll be around for a little longer!! Tiis tiis muna kayo samin. For now, I hope everyone’s staying safe and healthy! See you again in Araneta soon!

At si Gazini Ganados na huling Miss Universe Philippines ng Binibining Pilipinas Charities Inc, idinaan sa walang hanggang pasasalamat ang kanyang Instagram post.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Exactly one year ago today, my life changed forever. Feeling grateful as I vividly recall the precise moment I was crowned Miss Universe Philippines. To my team and to everyone who stood by me since day 1, all our sacrifices and hard work finally paid off. Our dream has become a reality! The past year has been very productive. The most memorable part of it was being able to use my platform to promote elderly care and the rights of older people. Biggest thanks to the people who supported me from Binibining Pilipinas and Miss Universe Organization (MUO). To all the organizations and brands I have worked with, all the charity work has transformed me and has become my purpose. I will forever cherish the experience. Thank you for being part of this amazing journey. I look forward to our future endeavors together! ‘Nay & ‘Tay in heaven, Thank you for your guidance. I know somehow I made you proud. ❀️ Love, Gazini Ganados Miss Universe Philippines 2019 πŸ‘‘ Videoclip @riabrines πŸŽ₯

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“Exactly one year ago today, my life changed forever. Feeling grateful as I vividly recall the precise moment I was crowned Miss Universe Philippines. To my team and to everyone who stood by me since day 1, all our sacrifices and hard work finally paid off. Our dream has become a reality! The past year has been very productive. The most memorable part of it was being able to use my platform to promote elderly care and the rights of older people.

“Biggest thanks to the people who supported me from Binibining Pilipinas and Miss Universe Organization (MUO). To all the organizations and brands I have worked with, all the charity work has transformed me and has become my purpose. I will forever cherish the experience.

“Thank you for being part of this amazing journey. I look forward to our future endeavors together! ‘Nay & ‘Tay in heaven, Thank you for your guidance. I know somehow I made you proud. Love, Gazini Ganados, Miss Universe Philippines 2019,” pahayag ni Gazini.

Sa ngayon, postponed until no further announcement kung itutuloy ang coronation night ng Binibining Pilipinas na naka takda sana gawin noong April 26, 2020.