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Miss Earth Final Review: The Stage, The Production Number, and Miss Brazil's moment with Miss Switzerland

From left; Miss Venezuela, Miss Philippines, Miss USA and Miss Russia

Congratulations ladies and congratulations Carousel Production for bringing an astonishing show last November 29,2014. 

The Candidates ( Photo/ Rappler )

This past Saturday night, at The UP Theater, Diliman, Quezon City finally a new Miss Earth was crowned. Philippines- 19 year-old Jaime Herrel from Cebu beat out 83 other delegates from over the globe and won the most coveted Miss Earth crown.

Herrel, broke the 6 years streak of Philippines from not winning the title. Philippines had not won the Miss Earth crown since 2008 wherein the very first Asian and filipina to win the title was Karla Henry, a fellow Cebuana. 

The top 16 was announced in this conspicuous stage compared to last year's venue. This stage was really noticeable, it can't be ignored . Adding up to this is the awesome choreography and production number. Each country was given a chance to shout out and tell something about there beloved country. 

When the Top 16 was announced there were shockers and unexpected girls entered, and of course there were front runners who missed the cut. But that's what we called improvement and detriment of deterioration. But I am wondering what happened to Puerto Rico and India who were very competitive and both performers as well, what went wrong?! 

Miss Switzerland as an interpreter for Miss Brazil? That's one of the pageant's debacles. I don't know what to say and  how to feel , she did really great. She was able to hold what she feels that night. If her interpreter managed to come early I bet she soared up high. 

In totality, in spite of being the youngest pageant among the Big Four, Miss Earth succeeded in attaining one's expectation. And I guess it's time for the organisation to bring the pageant outside its home. Since its commencement Miss Earth was held out of the country only once, and that was in 2010 in Nha Trang, Vietnam. 

By: Remelan R. Nepomuceno



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