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TPQs'Final picks for Miss Earth 2014


Pageant enthusiasts shared their bets in our group ( The Pageant Queens Group ) on who will shine on the 14th edition of Miss Earth pageant that will be held tonight at The UP Theater Quezon City. We asked them for their 15 performing countries and we ended up with this result. 


 Jamie Herrel, is a sure top contender for the any of the elemental crowns, from the very start she never failed to make any surprises. 

Zaira Bas, is a sure hit for one of the titles, she has been doing pretty good all through out the competition.




Maria Alexandra Rodriguez, this lass performed as what is being expected from her despite having a short-term training. ( Note: She's supposed to compete next year but the reigning Miss Earth Venezuela- Stephanie De Zorsi was dethroned due to personal reason. )









Alankrita Sahai, she's really one of the favorites to win the crown. With her aura and stage performance no wonder she got what pageant enthusiasts are looking for on a winner. 




1. Philippines
2. Spain
3. Venezuela
4. India

5. Puerto Rico
6. France
7. Brazil
8. Ukraine

9. Dominican Republic
10.Tahiti
11. Hungary
12. Zambia
13. Austria
14.. USA
15. Chile

Countries below got same number of votes.

16. U.S Virgin Islands
17.Namibia
18. Indonesia 
19. Thailand
20. Russia
21. Colombia

Who shall wear the elemental crowns? Find out later tonight.

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