Saturday, January 25, 2020

FB Scoop: Miss Universe Philippines Calls for Contestants




Images courtesy of Facebook: Miss Universe Philippines

48 comments:

  1. Boo! Mahina na ang Miss U.

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    1. Di ka lang qualified bakz.

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    2. And yet pinag-aksayahan mo rin ng time, 12:42!

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    3. Not true.i think the new management will be a breath of fresh air.

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  2. Sasali na nga ako eh.

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  3. Hope the next Miss Universe Philippines is a pure Filipina, a real representative of how Filipinas look. So we can really identify naman sa pageant kung sino talaga c Philippines.

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    1. Philippines is a diverse and multi-cultural country.

      Iba iba ang hitura ng tao, minsan mala-Latina ang looks due to Hispanic influence, mala-Chinese due to pre-colonial trades, pati traders nag-asawahan. And also, may resemblance ng Western looks dahil sa cross breeding/marriage.

      So alin ang tunay na mukhang Pinay na pinagsasabi mo? Kaya acheng lumabas ka na sa kweba at iba na ang mundo ngayon, mukhang naiwan ka sa panahon ng Tabon Man.

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    2. Hahaha! True 1:18!

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    3. Ban halfsies in beaucon! And w/ foreign passport!

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    4. I agree someone who can speak Tagalog fluently

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    5. Pag aralan mo rin ang DNA ng mga pinoy. Wala ka talaga makikita na PURE 100% pinoy genes. Lahat may halo.

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    6. Lol! Kahit mga Aeta, African ang origin kaya tigil-tigilan na ang pure Filipina chenes na iyan because we never had one in the first place

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    7. lol. ang pinupunto ng commenter eh sana magkaroon ng filipina representative sa isang beaucon na hindi mukang australian o german. na marunong magsalita ng pamabansang lenggwahe natin na hindi namimilipit ang dila. yung puso, pulso at dugong pinoy na makakarelate sa trip ng kapwa pinoy kasi dito lumaki. hindi ung bumalik lang sa pilipinas para makasali sa beaucon at ng maging artista dito kasi di sya pinapansin sa bansa kung saan sya lumaki. wag tayong ipokrito sa ibig sabihin ni 12:53 dahil tama sya.

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    8. Janine, Ara, Maxine. O ayan.
      Ano masama sa halfie? Kung magaling and prepared naman like Pia and Catriona?

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  4. Live like a queen?

    Akala ko ba more on social works ito and implementing campaigns on advocacies ito?

    Paki explain yun kung pano ka mag help like e.g. ng women of domestic abuse by Living like a Queen.

    Paki-ayos ang conflicting marketing tag line nyo.


    Baka umatras ako nyan sa application ko.
    Gandahan nyo sagot na pang Beauty pageant ha!



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    1. parang tinamad na mag FGD ang naggawa ng branding nila. di man lang tinest how the message would register!

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    2. Come on, be realistic.

      A beauty pageant is a means to push for your advocacy, highlight it, and gather support for it - YES. But anyone joining a pageant, REALISTICALLY wants more than just that.

      If you've ever joined a pageant before, alam na NAPAKAGASTOS nya. Clothes, makeup, training, etc. So a monetary incentive when you win + the potential to earn IS attractive. Saka do keep in mind that this is their FIRST run, so siempre, hindi ka makakakuha ng maayos na kandidata na advocacy lang ang highlight mo, kailangan meron kang irresistible offer.

      Magpakatotoo ka. Sasali ka talaga para sa cash prize at trabaho.

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    3. 10:46 yeah but it doesn't have to be as in your face as this marketing line they used. as someone here said, pang social climber vibes.

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  5. Infair sa new management, magbibigay na sila ng prizes sa winner. Hoping na makakuha sila ng madaming sponsors to survive.

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    1. 1:01 omg wla pa lang prize before??

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  6. Ba't may pa ganito? Tingin ko tuloy konti lang applicants or di nila type mga nag applicant.

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  7. Sorry pero parang pang mahirap ang branding. Live like a queen talaga?

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    1. Agree. Sorry naman sa gumawa ng tagline and content, pero parang recruitment agency na naghahanap ng potential employee. Ene be yen...

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    2. 2.07am oo nga no parang recruitment agency lang ang peg.haha

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    3. Because that's what Miss Universe is - it's a job. You're the spokesperson for an organization. And perhaps yun din gusto nilang ireflect na message for Miss Universe-Philippines. So why not market it as a job? And besides, who doesn't want to live like a queen? :)

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  8. I will not nominate myself. Charaught!

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  9. Masyadong social climber vibes ang paandar Nila. Para Nila sinabing you need all the luxury to be a queen.

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    1. 2:08 - GANIYAN KASI SA MISS U. GINAYA LANG NILA KASI NGA LOCAL FRANCHISE SIYA.

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  10. Kacheapan ang branding. Iba pa rin ang binibini, vegafria and carousel. Dito parang networking ang sasalihan ng aspirants. Kulang na lang ilagay Nila na win as much as kyeme sa tag line.

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  11. I got confuse, Queen pero may work? Like what? Ambassador na lang kasi. Coz being a Queen it means na entitled ka like that to certain things.

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  12. Parang walang prestige itong way ng pag-market nila?

    Mejo may mali sa branding...

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  13. Hindi ba dapat women empowerment, or kung anong advocacy ang tagline? Ano ba yan kacheapan. Kung ako na beauty and brains hindi ganyan ang appealing sa akin na advertisement. Parang naghahanap ng ibabahay.

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  14. Saklap lang, tpos hindi mag place sa Miss U kahet sa top 16.

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  15. This screams "parang awa niyo na sumali na kayo"

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    1. Sa true lang! Parang desperada na sila na may sumali.

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  16. Bakit pa sasali kung alam naman na A&Q girl ang mananalo?

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  17. Drop this nonsense miss universe contest. They obviously only like to crown half-white pinays so they can push the white supremacy propaganda.

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    1. Sa totoo lang, a lot of the pure pinay MU representatives natin before are far more educated and have more impressive backgrounds than pia and catriona but they refused to crown them. They're so UNFAIR.

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  18. Anyare? Parang naging cheap na Miss U? Naging parang materialistic ang theme lol

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  19. Pls lang! Pa check nyo naman sa mga maalam sa promotional content yung announcements nyo! I heard bigatin yung new owners, surely they can have someone do the job ng maganda. Ang teaser should really tease and excite... Sorry pero parang headhunter na naghahanap ng applicants sa regular day job yung write up.

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  20. This kind of branding indeed objectify women... Beauty pageant is about social awareness and pursuing advocacies for less privileged, hindi siya "trabaho" per se. As a true pageant fan, am so disappointed.

    Napakachaka ng marketing style kasing chaka ng God ek ek na sagot during Q and A. Chereng.

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  21. Seriously, this is their sales pitch?

    Need to re-train their Communications and Marketing Team.

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  22. Ang cheap ng copy. Hard sell masyado. parang pang noontime show, kulang na lang sabihin pangkabuhayan showcase premyo.

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  23. Bakit ganito? Ang labas tuloy parang dahil sa premyo lang kaya gusto mag apply/manalo ng kandidata.

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  24. Ibalik nyo na lang kay Stella! Hehe

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  25. Hahahahaha, very third world ang peg. Grow up and evolve already folks. Don’t be left behind in the dirt.

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  26. Sabi nyo mag evolve eh.. Kaya nag evolve ka.. LOL Actually, first time kong maka rinig nang ganitong promotion sa isang National Beauty Contest.. Sounds so pang Barangay Pageant to me..

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