After establishing a track record in mounting world-class beauty pageants over the last decade, Carousel Productions Inc. decided to reinvent and improve the concept of beauty competitions for the new milennium.
Because many people admire and aspire to be a beauty queen, Carousel Productions, Inc. believed beauty queens would be a good and effective advocate of worthy causes. To give life to this vision, Carousel Productions Inc. organized and launched in 2001 the MISS PHILIPPINES-EARTH Beauty Pageant, a beauty event whose raison d’etre was to have its candidates and winners actively promote and get involved in the preservation of the environment and the protection of Mother Earth.
Together with the Miss Earth Foundation, Inc., MISS PHILIPPINES-EARTH aims to give a strong emphasis on environmental awareness programs. The five titleholders will serve as the Ambassador to environmental protection campaigns in the country. MISS PHILIPPINES-EARTH represent the Philippines to one of the biggest international beauty competitions - the MISS EARTH Pageant.
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The search in on for Miss Philippines-Earth 2021
After successfully mounting its 20th anniversary virtual pageant last year, Miss Philippines-Earth once again opens its doors to aspiring beauty queens and environmental advocates to take part in a life-changing experience.
The nationwide search for the next wave of Beauties for a Cause is now open to Filipinas, 18 to 28 years old, high school graduate and of good moral standing, outstanding looks and personality, at least 5’4” in height, with above-average communication skills, and knowledge on and concern for the environment.
For its 21st edition, Miss Philippines-Earth takes on the theme “Colors of the Earth” to reflect the vast and unique biodiversity of the country. The theme also alludes to the brighter outlook on 2021 coming from a rather bleak 2020 due to the pandemic.
The grand coronation of Miss Philippines-Earth 2021 is set on July, and will take on a virtual format. With the continuous rise of Covid-19 cases in the country, Carousel thought it best to forego the live staging of the pageant for the second time. The safety of the delegates, the production staff, and the public is still paramount for the organization, and will not, in any way, put anyone involved with the event at risk.
But even without the live coronation event, Miss Philippines-Earth followers can still look forward to an exciting virtual production showcasing the country’s breathtaking tourism destinations and, of course, the beauty of the Filipina earth ambassador.
Submission of application is now ongoing. For more information and details on the screening process, please check the Miss Philippines Earth website at www.missphilippines-earth.com
Miss Philippines Earth 2020 pageant readies Virtual Presentation
Due to COVID-19, Lorraine Schuck, Executive Vice President of Carousel Productions, announced that they are now preparing for a virtual presentation of Miss Philippines Earth 2020 that will be aired on ABS CBN and on their official facebook account on May 24, tentatively. She also said that the pageant is holding a series of Facebook forums featuring current titleholders and delegates on environmental issues and their uses to fight COVID-19.
Pasig City's Janelle Tee is Miss Philippines Earth 2019
Janelle Lazo Tee, the waterlily of Pasig City, bested 39 other blossoms of the country to win the Miss Philippines Earth 2019 title during the coronation day held at The Cove, Okada Manila, Wednesday, 10 June. Tee was a co-host of Wowowin on GMA 7 and lifestyle show host in ANC’s Chinoy TV on ABS-CBN. Prior to winning the title, the entrepeneur host joined Miss Philippines Earth 2014 and entered the semi-finals.
Filipino-Italian is Miss Earth Philippines 2018
Newly crowned Miss Earth Philippines 2018 Silvia Celeste Cortesi is the first contestant from Filipino communities abroad to win the title. The ladies who will join her as ambassadors of environmental protection are Miss Philippines-Air Zarah Bianca Saldua, Miss Philippines-Water Berjayneth Chee, Miss Philippines-Fire Jean Nicole de Jesus, and Miss Philippines-Ecotourism Halimatu Yushawu.
Karen Ibasco is the Philippines' Fourth Miss Earth
The Philippines has won its fourth Miss Earth crown! Karen Ibasco, a medical physicist who graduated from the University of Sto. Tomas, bested 84 other candidates during the Miss Earth 2017 pageant held last night at the Mall of Asia Arena (MOA) in Pasay City. Colombia's Juliana Franco was crowned Miss Earth Waterr, while Australia's Nina Robertson and Russia's Lada Akimova were crowned Miss Earth Air and Miss Earth Fire respectively.
Miss Philippines-Earth 2017 is a Medical Physicist
A medical physicist hopes to use her new title as Miss Philippines-Earth to highlight the “science behind climate change.” Karen Ibasco, 26, bested 39 other aspirants in ceremonies at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City for the right to represent the Philippines in the Miss Earth pageant, and to serve as an ambassador for environmental protection.
Also proclaimed winners were Miss PH Air Kim de Guzman from Olongapo City, Miss PH Water Jessica Marasigan from Caloocan, Miss PH Fire Nellza Bautista from Misamis Oriental, and Miss PH Ecotourism Vanessa Mae Castillo from Lobo, Batangas.
Miss Earth Philippines Goes Transparent!
You can now get a chance to witness the Miss Earth Philippines delagates during the prejudging competitions live on Facebook. The predjuging shall be held on three separate occasions; figure & form, beauty of face & poise and intelligence category where the top 12 finalist will be choosen and announce at the finals on July 15 at the Mall of Asia Arena, with telecast on ABS-CBN on July 16 at 10 am and on The Filipino Channel (TFC). Judges of each category shall be personalities from related fields of expertise.
Loren Mar Artajos is the new Miss Earth Philippines 2016
Loren Mar Artajos, who was crowned Miss Earth Philippines-Water in this year's pageant, will take over as Miss Earth Philippines 2016, following the resignation of Imelda Schweighart last Monday, October 31. Imelda resigned shortly after the eventful Miss Earth pageant came to an end, saying that she would be going abroad and could no longer fulfill her Miss Earth Philippines duties. Her resignation comes after the release of an embarrassing video of her criticizing Miss Earth 2016 Katherine Espin of Ecuador.
PH wins historic back-to-back Miss Earth titles
The Philippines' Angelia Ong was named the 2015 Miss Earth in a coronation night held at the Marx Halle in Vienna, Austria on Sunday, marking the first time in the pageant's nearly 15-year history that a country has won back-to-back titles. The 24-year-old Ong, who beat more than 80 other national delegates, succeeded Filipina beauty queen Jamie Herrel, who earned the title in 2014. She is the country's third representative to have won the crown, the other being Karla Henry back in 2008.
Miss Manila is Miss Earth Philippines 2015
Angelia Ong of Manila has won the title of Miss Earth Philippines 2015. The 24-year-old marketing management student beat out the other candidates for the honor of representing the Philippines at the Miss Earth 2015 pageant later this year. "I want to be the next Miss Earth Philippines because I believe that this is the perfect venue to express myself and I feel that there are so many things to do to save our planet," Angelia quoted. "It will give me the authority and legitimacy to inspire people on a personal level and up to encouraging them not to take Mother Earth for granted." she added.
Jamie Herrell is PH's Second Miss Earth Winner
The Philippines' Jamie Herrell was crowned Miss Earth 2014 at the pageant's grand coronation night Saturday, November 29, at the UP Theater. Making it as Miss Air is Andrea Neu of the USA, with Maira Alexandra Rodriguez of Venezuela getting Miss Water and Miss Russia Anastasia Trysova being named Miss Fire.
The four other candidates who made the Final 8 are Spain, Slovak Republic, Mongolia and Brazil.
Cebu City Wins Second Miss Earth Philippines Crown
The Miss Philippines-Earth finally crowned the new environmental ambassadors at the Mall of Asia ARENA, May 11, 2014. Presenting the 2014 queen and her court : (L - R) Miss PH Earth Water 2014 - Kimberly Covert of Dumaguete City, Miss PH Earth Eco-Tourism 2014 - Monique Teruelle Manuel of Dinalupihan Bataan, Miss PH Earth 2014 - Jamie Herrell of Cebu City, Miss PH Earth Air 2014 - Diane Carmele Querrer of Tanauan City and Miss PH Fire 2014 - Bianca Paz of Gapan City.
"Trash to Class" Fashion Event 2014
The gorgeous beauties of Miss Philippines-Earth 2014 showcased their most ingeniously creative and stunning creations on the catwalk of Patio Victoria, Intramuros, on April 9, 2014.
Materials of their dresses were composed of ordinary everyday objects, reusable or even useless items, which were transformed into fashionable works of art by their own sponsored designers.
All candidates had their moment to strut in their best form in front of the judges. Winners of the night were Miss Cebu City for the Bronze, Miss Gapan for Silver and Miss Tanauan for the Gold!
Olongapo native crowned Miss Earth Philippines 2013
Tears of joy flowed down the cheeks of Olongapo City's Angelee Delos Reyes as she was crowned Miss Earth Philippines 2013 at the coronation night held at the SM Mall of Asia Arena on May 19, 2013. Proclaimed as elemental winners were: Miss Philippines-Air: Miss Nagcarlan, Laguna - Kimverlyn Suiza,
Miss Philippines-Water: Miss Zamboanga City - Nancy Leonard,
Miss Philippines-Fire: Miss Fil. USA West Coast - Alma Cabasal and
Miss Philippines-Eco-Tourism: Miss Santa Maria, Bulacan - Bernadette Mae Aguirre
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