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New set of winners to represent Mr. and Miss Philippine Islands

Shannon Kerver from Cabiao, Nueva Ecija and Wilson Yalung of Silang, Cavite were adjudged as Mr. and Miss Philippine Islands 2018 during the second edition of the Miss Philippine Islands 2018.

Princess Pusing of Masbate City and Aaron Esmenda of Camarines Norte were named as Mr. and Miss Philippine Islands - Luzon, respectively.

Nellay Pasahol of Batangas and AJ Rumbaua of Nueva Vizcaya are the Mr. and Miss Philippine Islands - Visayas.

Katherine Costan of Bacolod is Miss Philippine Islands - Mindanao  while Jemm Verano of Indang Cavite is Mr. Philippine Islands - Mindanao

To complete the set of winners, Miss Teen Philippine Islands is Jenevic Cariño of San Mateo, Rizal while Christian Jay Maniego of Makati City is Mr.Teen Philippine Islands

Making it to Top 9 finalists were: 

Ma. Romelda Villanueva (Province of Masbate)
Nyca Mae Bernardo (Bulacan)
Jasmine Eaton (Tacloban)
Chelubai Shimea Dela Cruz (Rodriguez, Rizal)

Jeremiah Reyes (Valenzuela)
Rey Mangabat (Legaspi City)
Edison Ramos …
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Before showing herself as an aspirant of the Miss World Philippines 2018, she joined first TV 5's Artista Academy in 2012. She made her acting debut in Wattpad Presents (2014). She also appeared in other networks for Ipaglaban mo (2014), FPJ's Ang Probinsyano and a movie under Regal Films, The Debutantes (2017).

Chanel Morales is also a model and a digital influencer gracing the cover of publications like Chalk and Sense & Style.

"I also wanted to be the voice to other girls that no matter where you are from and who you are as long as you believe in yourself, you can attain anything in life", she said in her Rappler interview.

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*Photos grabbed from Chanel's IG

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