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Voting for your favorite delegate in 'The Miss Philippines 2023' has begun

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Oct 16, 2023 2:21 pm Updated Oct 16, 2023 2:34 pm

The Miss Philippines organization has announced that it has finally opened the votation for its upcoming coronation night. 

On its social media pages on Sunday, Oct. 15, the organizer encouraged Pinoy pageant fans to vote for their favorite candidate on its website.

"Make your voice be heard and help crown The Miss Philippines 2023," the caption read. 

Web voting is "vital" for the success of each candidate as 50% of the total score will be from audience votes. 

To help "fast track" your favorite candidate, just visit the Miss Philippines voting site here then tap the star button at the upper right corner of the photo of your bet. 

Your first vote is for free but you can exceed as many as you can for a fee. The voting prices range from €1 (P59.82) for three votes up to €99.99 (P5,980.52) for 450 votes.

The much-awaited coronation night will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.  

The upcoming event marks the organization’s first-ever coronation night. Twenty-one candidates will vie for three crowns representing the Philippines on the global stages of Miss Charm, Miss Supranational, and Miss Asia Pacific International. 

The new pageant, founded by Miss Universe Universe Philippines national director and former titleholder Shamcey Supsup along with the MUPH creative and events director Jonas Gaffud, was described as the "most ground-breaking national competition." 

Driven by the goal to “reinvent pageantry,” Miss Philippines has opened its doors to mothers and married women, as well as fathers and married men interested in competing in the pageant. The age limit was also raised to 32 years old. 

The organization also previously announced the removal of the swimsuit competition. They will instead require candidates to have “Ted Talks-type speeches” and replace the formal wear segment with a "red-carpet moment" similar to that of the Cannes Film Festival. 

Its appointed reigning queen is Pauline Amelinckx—who was also hailed as the Miss Supranational first runner-up in the international competition.