Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Meet and Greet with Danielle Isabelle Dolk


Meet and Greet with Danielle Isabelle Dolk


Eighteen year-old Danielle Isabel Dolk maybe one of the youngest contenders for the 2019 edition of Bb. Pilipinas pageant but the half Filipino-half Dutch beauty is already living on her own, independent from her family. Her mother a Filipina and her father a Dutch were already divorced. The separation was not a hindrance for Danielle to live a normal life. “They were both supportive in all my decision specifically when I started to join a beauty pageant last year”, she says. 


She joined Miss Lumiere in 2018 and was chosen as an ambassador of one of the leading wellness clinic in the country today. Despite of her other activities, Danielle was able to pursue her studies. She is currently enrolled in a home school program. She knew the importance of education for her future. Danielle is a certified traveler. She already visited some of the most exciting places in Europe (France, Germany Czech Republic,Holland, Belgium to name a few).


The Laguna born beauty loves to bake cakes and pastries. Her specialty is her own version of brownies that she learned when she was still in elementary. Few years ago, she was part of the cooking show Master Chef for Kids Philippine edition.

 She is fluent in English, Tagalog, Dutch and German. The 5’8” tall beauty has also a humanitarian side. Despite of her young age, Danielle is already involved in socio-civic activities. She is part of the JCI Hijas, a group of young women who supports indigent people within the country. She also tried auditioning in some of the realty TV shows in the country before because she also wanted to be part of the local show business. She is now part of the Kagandahang Flores (KF) beauty camp and has been under training for almost a year now. She says that she is more focus on the Q and A part of the training specifically on current events.

She wanted to join the Bb. Pilipinas beauty pageant to make a difference in life and be an inspiration to fellow young women in the country. Among our Filipina beauty queens, she idolized Catriona most because of her determination to succeed in all of her undertakings. Coming final screening, Danielle is hoping to be part of the rosters of official candidates for Bb. Pilipinas 2019.” Hopefully I can make it to the final list to show the people that I have the will and the heart to be a Bb. Pilipinas title holder”, she ended.


Report by Noli Berioso
Photos by Joy Arguil / Fab Philippines

Meet and Greet with Emma Mary Tiglao


Meet and Greet with Emma Mary Tiglao 


Twenty-four year old Emma Mary Francisco Tiglao can be considered a veteran in the field of beauty pageants considering all her past competitions from Mutya Ng Pilipinas to Miss World Philippines and Miss Midori Clark last year.


The Pampanga born beauty is gearing up and more than ready to take another chance in the most prestigious beauty pageant in the land, the Bb. Pilipinas. It took more than five years to finally convince herself to give another try again. In 2014 edition of the national pageant she managed to land in the Top 15, Emma was only 19 years old then. After several stints in other beauty contest where she consistently placed among the winners, Emma decided to devote her time working outside the country and set aside her dream of becoming a beauty queen for a while. She accepted a modeling job in Malaysia and Cambodia. One of her most memorable task was during the finals of Miss Cambodia 2016 pageant where she sat in the panel of board of judges. She crowned the eventual winner who competed at the Miss Universe pageant that year. With the money that she saved from her earnings, Emma was able to buy a car and a house and lot for her family. She has 3 other siblings, all girls and she is the youngest.




Fast forward today, Emma decided to stop accepting jobs to pursue her dream of becoming a Bb. Pilipinas title holder. First step, she enrolled at the Dale Carnegie to improve her communication skill which she believed her only waterloo in all of her past pageants. She was able to gain self confidence and has greatly improved her ability to speak in front of many people, second, she went on a strict diet to maintain her good body proportion, third, she joined the more than twenty hopefuls as part of the Kagandahang Flores (KF) beauty camp where they taught on how to develop their ability on to become a future beauty queen . Aside from being physically attractive, Emma has also a kind heart. She gave support to children in Nazareth, Pampanga who were suffering from mental disorder. She also makes it a point to visit at least every end of the quarter an orphanage for abandoned and less fortunate children in their home town.











Last March 12, she finally submitted her application form at the secretariat office of BPCI to signal her intention in joining the Bb. Pilipinas 2019 search. With all the time and effort that she invested for the last few months in preparation for the competition, Emma is definitely on the right track in winning a Bb. Pilipinas crown.










March 12, 2019
Oasis at Gateway Mall, Araneta Center
Report by Noli Berioso
Photos by Joy Arguil / Fab Philippines

Monday, March 11, 2019

Meet and Greet with Dia Nicole Mancao Magno

Meet and Greet with Dia Nicole Mancao Magno at Cafe Adriatico, Gateway Mall before she enlists for Bb. Pilipinas 2019.



 Dia is an Interdisciplinary Studies graduate of Ateneo de Manila University and a champion badminton athlete.














Photos by Joy Arguil / Fab Philippines

Maureen Montagne Guns for Ms. Eco International 2019 Back-to-Back Win


Miss Eco International PH Maureen Montagne is all set to represent the country in this year's Miss Eco International pageant to be held at the Almasa Capital Theater in Cairo, Egypt on March 29.










 Maureen files to Egypt on March 12 to join the pre-pageant activities that kick-off with a press conference and Eco tour on March 14 in Cairo.










Pageant fans and critics alike are praying foe a back-to-back win, although Maureen herself acknowledges the great pressure in duplicating Cynthia Thomalla's historic win as the country's first ever Miss Eco International last year. Miss World Philippines National Director Arnold Vegafria is optimistic aboit Maureen's chances of bagging the crown













March 11, 2019
Novotel Hotel, Araneta Center
Photos by Joy Arguil / Fab Philippines