Manila Broadcasting Company continues to celebrate inspiring, talented, and beautiful women via the search for Aliwan Fiesta Digital Queen, Year 2.
Just as MBC found an ideal digital queen in Jannarie Zarzoso of Cabadbaran City, Agusan del Norte last year, the country’s biggest broadcasting network is again looking for a confident, independent-minded woman who pursues her dreams to the best of her abilities...who cares for her family and ultimately works to help others.
Aliwan Queen must be a symbol of Filipino beauty and culture in the modern world and should epitomize our country's resiliency and fighting spirit as she will be crowned in the midst of the pandemic. And of course, she must be digital-savvy, a positive influence, and can represent the new generation of Filipinos who will play important roles in our country's future.
The contest is open to ladies 16 to 28 years old, single, with pleasing personality, must have been born biologically female, and currently holding Filipino citizenship. Candidates should be well-versed in the culture, customs, and traditions of their respective regions. Each lady must be able to demonstrate a unique talent to a high degree of excellence, either in the visual or performing arts, craft or design, athletics, or culinary expertise. She should be a natural beauty, armed with poise and confidence, and able to express herself well in either English or Filipino.
Those interested should download and fill out the registration form posted on the official Facebook page of Aliwan Fiesta, and email this to the carrier station in her region, together with a barangay certification, and a 3-minute video, where the candidate introduces herself, where she comes from, and provides a glimpse of what she looks like in casual and formal wear, as well as her talent or special skill.
Deadline for submission of entries is on Aug.13.
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