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Cassandra McDonald wins Mutya ng Australia 2016



Mutya ng Australia 2016, Cassandra McDonald


Cassandra McDonald was crowned Mutya ng Australia 2016 last night. She will represent the overseas community of Australia in Mutya ng Pilipinas 2016 pageant in Manila, Philippines. Last year, she also competed in Miss Pancontinental pageant held in Cagayan de Oro and Manila, Philippines where she finished first runner-up to Maria Ho of Vietnam.

Lynette Bradford was declared as Mutya ng Melbourne. Bradford will also compete in the Mutya ng Pilipinas pageant along with McDonald.

The winners of Mutya ng Australia 2016 pageant

McDonald took the Best in swimsuit, Promotion queen and Online popularity queen awards, while Bradford was awarded best in Ethnic attire, Best in Filipino costume, and Best in Evening gown. 

Vanessa Skrypczak and Chantal Karaliamis were declared as the first and second runners-up, respectively. The two ladies took some special awards as well. Skrypczak hailed as Miss Friendship and Best in Talent. Karaliamis got the Miss Photogenic award.

Last year, Mutya ng Australia Nina Robertson was crowned as Mutya ng Overseas while Mutya ng Melbourne Shannon Bridgman finished as semi finalist during the Mutya ng Pilipinas 2015 pageant held at Resorts World Manila.

Mutya ng Australia is a beauty pageant for young Filipinas in Australia produced by the Face of Australia. 

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