The 66th Miss Universe just wrapped up and many have already posted their “‘wag muna magpaparlor statuses” because Miss Philippines Rachel Peters didn’t make the top 5. Geez, gay people have other professions too, you know. Anyway, like last year and the year before that, Amiciness transcribed all the Q and A from the most awaited pageant in the universe as accurately as possible. I thank you.
Miss Universe Top 5 Q&A
The 92 candidates of the 2017 Miss Universe (the highest attendance in the pageant’s history) were whittled down to the Top 16 for the swimsuit round, down to the Top 10 for the evening gown round, and to the Top 5 for the all-important Q&A. The last 5 standing were: South Africa, Venezuela, Thailand, Jamaica and Colombia. Here’s how they answered the Q&A:
Asia’s Next Top Model has successfully wrapped up another cycle. I can’t believe it’s been four cycles already. I can still remember my first AsNTM post in my blog (then on Tumblr). I’ve recapped every episode (and reviewed some of them), but now it’s time to take a look back at what the show did great and what we, the fans, think need to be cut and made-over. Below are some of my literal reactions to the recently concluded Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 4.
Tawan from Thailand has made it to the Top 3 of Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 4. Will she make Cindy proud and bring the crown back to Thailand, the first ever winner of AsNTM? This is her portfolio on the show so far:
Best Photo: Subaru
Worst Photo: Neutrogena
For you, what are Tawan’s best and worst photos? Is Tawan the newest Asia’s Next Top Model? Sound off in the comment section below.
If you’ve seen the latest Coca-Cola Philippines television advertisement, then you might have seen a familiar face. The girl in the mint green shirt is the young Thai representative from Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 2, Tia Tavee. Watch the Coke commercial below, featuring the newly available Coca-Cola Emoticon bottles:
And it seems a lot of other AsNTM fans have already picked up on her appearance in the commercial:
The Internet is flooding me with my #Philippines Coke ad. Thanks for the love guys!
I wonder why it took that long for the ad to get to our shores. We get a lot of Thai commercials on local Philippine television so it was a nice surprise to see someone familiar. Get that modelling work, Tia!