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Ilocos Sur named its most beautiful

New queens were crowned at the Saniata ti Ylocos Sur 2020 pageant night held on Feb. 2 at the Tamag Grounds. The pageant was a highlight of the annual Kannawidan Ylocos Festival that celebrates Ilocos Sur being a separate province and a treasure chest of traditions and culture. 

Ilocos Sur named its most beautiful
Ilocos Sur Governor Ryan Luis Singson (center) is flanked Saniata Ti Ylocos Sur 2020 pageant queens (from left) Elisha Faith Udarbe, Laiza May Fernando, Christine Mary Pacleb,  Blezie Mae Garcia, Glaizel Ragasa, and Donnabel Erno.
Ilocos Sur Governor Ryan Luis Singson crowned Donnabelle Erno from the Municipality of Sta. Maria as the Saniata Ti Ylocos and Miss Millennial Ilocos Sur 2020. She brought home a cash prize of P100,000. 

During the glitzy beauty competition, Erno also bagged Best in Swimwear and the Darling of the Press/ Media’s Choice award.

Miss San Vicente Glaizel Ragasa received P80,000 as Saniata Ti World 2020. She was also named Best in Talent, Ms. Safari Hotels and Villas, and Face of the Night.

Blezie Mae Garcia from Quirino was awarded Saniata Ti Tourism 2020 and Miss Photogenic and Christine Mary Pacleb from San Esteban  was crowned Saniata Ti Environment 2020. 

Other winners were: Laiza May Fernando from Bantay, first runner up and was also named Best Performer; and Elisha Faith Udarbe from Magsingal, Miss Kojie San and second runner up.

Special awards were also given out: Camille Tabaco won Texter’s Choice; Ysabella Cassandra Rafanan named Miss Congeniality, and Jezra Agsalog won Darling of the Crowd.

The pageant was hosted by KC Montero and Isabel Daza. Miko Raval, Maja Salvador, and Enchong Dee were among the performers.

Topics: Saniata ti Ylocos Sur 2020 , Kannawidan Ylocos Festival , Donnabelle Erno
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