Miss Universe Philippines 2021 coronation night was filled with moments that were instant talk of the town
The whole Miss Universe Philippines 2021 journey was not only a unique year for the candidates and pageant aficionados alike, but a memorable one as well. From the challenges to the candidates’ respective photoshoots, OOTDs, and guestings, everyone was given a chance to make their mark pre-coronation night. Finally the culmination of all their hard work was seen at Henann Resort in Bohol was surely a spectacular one.
Aside from the much-awaited Q & A, evening gowns, and the coronation, the night was also full of exciting and heartwarming moments. Here are some of the best moments that happened in the Miss Universe Philippines coronation night.
Candidates dazzle in the opening number
The candidates were all captivating and graceful in their opening production number with P-Pop girl group performing the new rendition of their song, Born To Win.
Never before seen footages
We just love how the girls bonded and formed meaningful friendships throughout this whole journey, and it was all seen in the footages of them doing various activities in Bohol.
Rabiya Mateo final walk
Miss Universe Philippines 2020 queen, Rabiya Mateo, made a last emotional walk and speech. She may have fallen down that shocked everybody, but she got up gracefully again, just like the beauty queen she is.
JUST IN: Rabiya Mateo lost her balance during her final walk as Miss Universe Philippines 2020. She gracefully got up and took one last bow.#MissUniversePhilippines2021#MUPH2021Coronation pic.twitter.com/2enho6Fwnt— Cinema Bravo (@cinemabravoph) September 30, 2021
Miss U PH 2020 in one stage
The Miss Universe Philippines 2020 winners, Bella Ysmael, Michele Gumabao, Pauline Amelinckx, and Kimberly Hakenson then later joined by Rabiya Mateo stood together on one stage one last time before a new set of winners were announced.
At last, after all the pressure, training, tears, laughter, and all the hard work, before the night was capped, the girls hugged for a last time as a symbol of sportsmanship, and sisterhood.