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Miss Philippines Earth 2011

Miss Philippines Earth 2011
Puerto Princesa- The host of Miss Philippines Earth 2011
Date 5 June 2011
Presenters Sandra Seifert, Cathy Untalan, Ginger Conejero, and John Estrada[1]
Venue Puerto Princesa Coliseum, Palawan, Philippines
Broadcaster ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel
Winner Athena Mae Imperial[2]
Casiguran, Aurora

Miss Philippines Earth 2011, the 11th edition of the advocacy-driven Miss Philippines Earth beauty pageant,[3] was held on June 5, 2011 in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines with 10 finalists competed in the finale and was telecast on ABS-CBN at 10:00 pm and The Filipino Channel and was shown internationally via The Filipino Channel.[4][5]

The pageant had aligned itself with the "International Year of the Forests" as it centered this year’s pageant edition with the promotion of forests conservation.[3]

Miss Philippines Earth 2010 winner Kris Psyche Resus crowned Athena Mae Imperial from Casiguran, Aurora as her successor.[6] Imperial represented the Philippines in the international Miss Earth 2011 beauty pageant and won Miss Earth Water 2011.

Aside from the Miss Philippines Earth 2011 grand title, four other titles of equal importance and with the same rank were crowned.[7] Tarhata Clio Shari Rico was crowned Miss Philippines Eco Tourism 2011, Michelle Gavagan won Miss Philippines Fire 2011, Murielle Adrienne Orais bagged the Miss Philippines Water 2010, and Jonavi Raisa Quiray was crowned Miss Philippines Air 2011.[8]



Final Results Contestant
Miss Philippines Earth 2011 Casiguran, Aurora - Athena Mae Imperial
Miss Philippines Air Puerto Princesa City - Jonavi Raisa Quiray
Miss Philippines Water Cebu City - Murielle Adrienne Orais
Miss Philippines Fire Las Piñas City - Michelle Gavagan
Miss Philippines Eco Tourism Malolos City - Tarhata Clio Shari Rico (abdicated her title and replaced by Runner-up, Mary Denisse Toribio)
Miss Philippines Eco Tourism Malolos City - Mary Denisse Toribio
The Runners-up

Special awards

Notable Delegates

City/Town Details
Baliuag Vivienne Andrea Gulla was a news anchor and reporter for Radio Philippines Network.
Bayugan Alyssa Mae Canizares won Mutya ng Bayugan 2009 and competed Bai Naliyagan 2009 (Miss Naliyagan 2009) where she won. Bai Naliyagan is a pageant in Agusan del Sur for the Naliyagan Festival held every June. She is the first delegate from Agusan del Sur joined in Miss Philippines Earth 2011.
Calapan City Mary Sheila Rosales competed and won first runner up in the Miss Oriental Mindoro 2008[9][10]
Caloocan City Clarize Angelica Barrameda won the Miss Caloocan City 2011 (Bb. Caloocan 2011) beauty pageant held at the Glorietta Park, Tala, Caloocan City, Philippines .[11]
Cebu City Muriel Adrienne Orais bagged the title for the nationwide search of the Olive C Campus Model Search 2010 in the Philippines.[12] Prior to the national final, she also competed and won in the Miss Olive C Campus Model Cebu 2009 contest.[13]
Cotabato City Edan Annecia Merl Dafilmoto competed and won in the "Mutya ng Cotabato 2009" beauty pageant.[14]
Las Piñas City Michelle Gavagan competed and won Miss Southville International School and College 2010 in the Philippines.[15]
Libungan Crista Juanico competed and won Mutya ng Cotabato 2010 beauty pageant.[16]
Lipa City Czshevinah Hae Alejandro competed and bagged the Miss Lipa Tourism 2010. She was also Mutya ng Batangas 2010 2nd Runner-up.[17]
Malolos City Mary Denisse Toribio participated and won in the Lakambini ng Bulacan 2010 (Miss Bulacan 2010) beauty pageant held at Bulacan Capitol Gymnasium, Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines.[18]
Milaor Jaine Hidalgo won the Miss Kaogma 2010 beauty pageant during the annual celebration of the Kaogma Festival held in Camarines Sur, Philippines.[19]
Narvacan Ralph Lauren Asuncion competed and won Miss Night Camp 2007 and Make Me A Supermodel San Sebastian 2010 in San Sebastian College, Manila, Philippines.[20]
Passi City Diana Angelie Jainga competed in the Bb. Pintados de Pasi 2011 and won the title. In December 2009, she competed and bagged the title of Miss Iloilo Nursing 2009 organized by the Student Nurses Association of the Philippines (SNAP) – Iloilo Chapter held at the University of San Agustin, Iloilo, Philippines.[21] She also won first runner up in the Miss Paraw Regatta 2009 beauty pageant.[22]
Tanauan City Diane Carmela Querrer was a side court reporter in UAAP for the University of Santo Tomas during its 70th Season.[23]
Vigan City Diana Rose Santos won the Saniata ti Ilocos Sur Environment 2011 held in the Ilocos Sur province, Philippines.[24]
Virac, Catanduanes Anna Amalia Brillante won Bb. Catanduanes 2007.


The following is the list of the panel of judges that selected the winners of Miss Philippines Earth 2011:[25][26]

No. Judge Background
1 Anna Maria Borromeo Editor-at-large of Philippine Tatler Magazine
2 Alfonso Togliaferri Italian Embassy Deputy Head of Mission
3 Concordio Zuniga Regional Director of the Philippine Department of Environment and Natural Resources
4 Dolly Ann Carvajal Entertainment journalist, Talk show & television host
5 Ayen Munji-Laurel Singer, Actress
6 Ricky Reyes Beauty expert, Hairstylist
7 Kent Crane President of Crane Resorts
8 Chavit Singson Governor of Ilocos Sur
9 Ruperto Belmonte Jacinto Award-winning photographer


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External links

  • Miss Philippines-Earth official website
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