Bianca Guidotti asks Pinoys' help for Miss International two-peat
With the much-awaited Miss International Pageant happening on Nov 11 at the Grand Prince Hotel in Takanawa Japan, Bb Pilipinas International 2014 Bianca Guidotti appeals for prayers and support from her fans for a back-to-back victory.
Bianca hopes to follow Bea Rose Santiago's 2013 Miss International victory and aims to bring home a second crown for the Philippines. Should she clutch the title, she will bring home the sixth crown for the Philippines, previously won by Gemma Cruz Araneta (1964), Aurora Pijuan (1970), Melanie Marquez (1979), Precious Lara Quigaman (2005) and Bea Rose Santiago (2013). This will put the Philippines at par with Venezuela for the most number of crowns in the Miss International Pageant.
Since she arrived in Tokyo last October 25, all eyes have been on the Philippines' candidate for the prestigious beauty pageant. Bianca is a standout, with her striking good looks, megawatt smile, statuesque height topped with her bubbly personality. A European Studies graduate at the Ateneo de Manila University and a quadrilingual speaker who is fluent English, Filipino, Spanish, and Portuguese, she is beauty and brains personified.
Filipino pageant fans can back Bianca's fight for the crown via free online voting at www.miss-international.org until Nov 11, 1 AM (Philippine Time). Simply click the ‘link of contestants and voting form' button on the landing page and click on ‘VOTE' under Bianca Guidotti / Philippines. Only one vote per LAN is allowed per day.
The winner of the online poll will be given the special award of ‘Miss Internet Beauty' and will be awarded on stage at the final gala. Fans can also watch the pageant via online streaming site, UStream. Simply stay tuned on the website for link updates.
Bianca is supported by the Araneta Center, ABS-CBN, Cream Silk, PLDT Home, JAG Jeans, AVON, PAGCOR, Titan Watches—the official watch sponsor, PAGCOR, Manhattan Garden City, Pizza Hut, Lactacyd White Intimate, Philippine Airlines, Sofitel—the official residence, Manila Bulletin—the official print partner, David's Salon, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Gold's Gym, J.A.C. Motors, Picture City, Dale Carnegie Training Center, Entrepreneur School of Asia, Charter Ping An Insurance Corporation, and Raymond Saldaña Photography.