Ahead of the 2022 Binibining Pilipinas Press Presentation on July 5, ProMedia company, headed by Paul Izon Reyes and Jam Aquino, gave five of its six supported camp beauties a boost on their quest to win a beauty title. Elda Louise Aznar, Fatima Kate Bisan, Chelsea Fernandez, Natasha Jung, and Roberta Angela Tamondong all look as frontrunners come coronation finals.
Aznar, 26, who stands 5-foot-9 is a graduate of Interior Designing. She idolizes Princess Diana and wants the Bb. Pilipinas Grand International title. Aznar won Miss Bikini Philippines first runner-up in 2020.
Bisan, 22, is a licensed medical technologist. A Mother Teresa believer, Bisan actively supports the promotion of a better healthcare system in the Philippines and hopes to work on a project for the rehabilitation of ethnic tribes in her home province of Saranggani. She is eyeing the Bb. PIlipinas Globe crown.
Fernandez, 23, is Mass Communication student (Major in Broadcasting). She was Miss Bikini Philippines 2020 and Miss Philippines Earth-Water 2019. She is the national director of Miss Fit Philippines pageant and looks up to award-winning broadcast-journalist Kara David. She wants no less than the Bb. Pilipinas International crown.
Jung, 18, is Filipino-French beauty who is taking up Humanity studies at Asian Development College in Tacloban City. She also wants the Bb. Pilipinas Grand international title.
Five-foot-nine Tamondong, 19, student at San Beda College. She was Miss Bikini Philippines 2019 first runner-up and won Miss Eco Teen International 2020 in Egypt. Tamondong, who advocates environmental awareness, said that she is not sure about what crown she wants to vie for and is just taking the pageant as a learning stage.
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Digital marketer crowned Mister International Philippines 2022
Myron Jude “MJ” Ordillano, a 23-year-old graduate of Business Administration and Management Degree at De Montfort University in Leicester, England, bested 32 candidates and was crowned Mister International Philippines 2022 during finals held Monday at Okada Manila. He will represent the country in Mister International 2022 in October in Manila.
“You have to give yourself that love that you deserve before you share it amongst others. How can you inspire a city, a country, a whole nation, if you can’t inspire yourself first? It all starts within,” Ordillano said on Facebook after his win.
Originally from Parañaque City, Ordillano now lives in Buena Park, California, USA. He worked for six months in Hong Kong in 2018 as a receptionist for Madame Fu and in 2020 founded MyronOMedia, a digital marketing agency in Manila.
Ordillano’s court of honor are 1st runner-up Mark Avendano (Mister Global 2022), 2nd runner-up Michael Ver Comaling (Mister National Universe), 3rd runner-up Kitt Cortez, and 4th Runner-up Andre Cue.