Miss Philippines-Earth 2010 Winners

Miss Philippines-Water 2010 Emmerie Dale Cunanan

Emmerie Dale Cunanan

Miss Philippines-Water 2010
Emmerie Dale Cunanan
Age: 19
Height: 5′ 6″
Measurements: 34″-24″-34″
Ethnicity: Filipina
Occupation: Communication and media student
Special awards: Best in Long Gown

Island girl Emmerie is quite proud of the natural wonders of her provincial hometown. That pride should serve her well, now that she’s a nature tourism advocate for her country. The youngest of five siblings, Emmerie considers her family as her greatest influence in life.

Miss Philippines-Fire 2010 Gwennaelle Ruais

Gwennaelle Ruais

Miss Philippines-Fire 2010
Gwennaelle Ruais
Age: 24
Height: 6′ 2″
Measurements: 35″-24″-36″
Ethnicity: Filipina-French
Occupation: Fashion marketer

Gwennaelle looks forward to her personal environmental project as Miss Philippines-Fire 2010. With all the confidence of a woman who towers over six feet tall, this multicultural lady considers herself a perfect blend of everything that’s good about Filipinas and Frenchwomen, both physically and mentally. As if one such blend wasn’t awesome enough, Gwennaelle’s younger sister Gwendoline was one of the candidates for Miss Philippines 2010.

Miss Philippines Eco-Tourism 2010 Angela Lauren Fernando

Angela Lauren Fernando

Miss Philippines Eco-Tourism 2010
Angela Lauren Fernando
Age: 18
Height: 5′ 5″
Measurements: 33″-24″-34″
Ethnicity: Filipina
Occupation: Medical technology student
Special awards: Miss Photogenic, Best in Cultural Costume

Of all the winners of the Miss Philippines-Earth 2010 pageant, Angela seems to be the most girl-next-door sort of Filipina. She even speaks with a charming Filipino accent, cutely mixing English with her native Filipino tongue. Angela says her parents’ influence has made her as a very goal-oriented person. As such, she values her independence as a woman, because it gives her the freedom to pursue her goals.

How could you possibly pollute the environment after these beautiful women tell you to preserve it? With fine Filipinas like these protecting and promoting their country’s natural wonders, Mother Nature can certainly breathe a little easier in the Philippines.

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