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Miss Millennial Philippines 2018 Updates: The Talent Competition of Miss Millennial PH 2018

Saan mang sulok ng Pilipinas, mula Batanes hanggang Jolo, may Philippine Millenial na pambato. Miss Millenial Philippines 2018: NOW OPEN!

It might be 7 weeks now after the competition has started for Miss Millennial Philippines 2018. But, we will give you updates on what happened since last Monday, October 15, 2018.

Do not forget to vote for your favorite Miss Millennial PH 2018 candidate HERE

Miss Millennial Philippines, the 1st ever beauty pageant for Millennials which was started last year of where Julia Gonowon was crowned as its 1st Miss Millennial Philippines.

Last Monday, Eat Bulaga showcased 4 Miss Millennial beauties each day to compete in the entirety of the competition to show their talents in:

Miss Millennial Philippines 2018: The Talent Competition.

Let’s see what happened in the 1st 3 days of the competition:

1st Day: October 15, 2018 (Miss Millennials Bulacan, Rizal, Pampanga, Aurora):

What Talent they showcased?
Miss Millennial Bulacan: Lady Justerinnie Santos showcased her dancing talent to the beat.
Miss Millennial Rizal: Ellen Otalla showcased her singing prowess to the tune of Little Mermaid’s famous song Part of Your World.
Miss Millennial Pampanga: Eloiza Canlas showed her pride to her province Pampanga by doing an interpretative tribe remix dance to the song of Kumukutikutitap. The tribe dance is inspired by Sinukwan festival.
Miss Millennial Aurora: Verna Abby Zabat Catusalem sang to a ukulele version of One Day.

2nd Day: October 16, 2018 (Miss Millennials Parañaque, Oriental Mindoro, Nueva Ecija and Bataan):

What Talent they showcased?
Miss Millennial Parañaque: Maria Isabel Alves danced gracefully with a percussion instrument to a tribal dance tune known as Onta de Manila.
Miss Millennial Oriental Mindoro: Marrielle Sarmiento showed her dancing talent to the tune of We Don’t Talk Anymore.
Miss Millennial Nueva Ecija: Maria Gienel Caling introduced her province through a interpretative tribal dance remix.
Miss Millennial Bataan: Jaila Eunice Ragindin wowed the audience with her cool dancing skills.

3rd Day: October 17, 2018 (Miss Millennials Malabon, Laguna, Mandaluyong and Tarlac):

What Talent they showcased?
Miss Millennial Malabon: Ivory Felix Calampinay made an highly-acclaimed dancing talent while her Malabon fans are cheering for her.
Miss Millennial Laguna: Jennifer Lemaitre showed her composure through her singing talent to the tune of Chasing Pavements.
Miss Millennial Mandaluyong: Shaira Marie Rona impressed the audience with her tribal dance known as Pansak si Laley.
Miss Millennial Tarlac: Verna Ricaella Franco impressed the audience with cheers to her dancing talent.

Which Miss Millennial Philippines 2018 candidate were you impressed so far? Don’t forget to vote for your favorite Miss Millennial Philippines 2018 candidate HERE.

Last October 17, 2018, Eat Bulaga hosts Pauleen Luna-Sotto and Sarah Lahbati announced that all of Miss Millennial PH fans can ask their favorite Miss Millennial PH 2018 candidate to eatbulaga1979@gmail.com and they also announced to stay tuned and continue traveling to the provinces of Miss Millennial PH 2018 candidates because there might be some possible people who will be given FREE trips by Philippine Airlines.

Watch out for more Miss Millennial PH 2018 updates in the next coming days up to the much awaited Grand Coronation Day of the said pageant for millennial queens.

Follow Eat Bulaga’s official YouTube channel and ItsJM Life’s Miss Millennial PH 2018 playlist to get to know more about Miss Millennial PH 2018 candidates.

To see again the documentaries and their interviews, check it out HERE and HERE.

From Batanes to Jolo, let’s be proud of our country Philippines and support our favorite Miss Millennial Philippines 2018 candidate.

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