Mutya ng Pilipinas

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Mutya ng Pilipinas (Pearl of the Philippines)
Mutya ng Pilipinas logo
Mutya ng Pilipinas logo
Formation 1965 (1965)
Type Beauty pageant
Purpose "Beauty Tourism"
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Location  Philippines
Membership Miss Tourism International
Miss Asia Pacific
Official language
Tagalog, English
President
Jacqueline Tan
Parent organization
Mutya ng Pilipinas (Pearl of the Philippines)
Website Official website

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Pearl of the Philippines) is a beauty pageant held annually in the Philippines under the current franchise-holder and organization President, Jacqueline Tan. Mutya ng Pilipinas, Inc. organization promotes "Beauty Tourism" stemming from the motivation and inspiration in promoting tourism, social responsibility, fashion, and beauty pageantry within the greater Asia Pacific with the direct participation of the overseas Filipino communities around the globe.[1][2][3]

The Mutya ng Pilipinas contest has produced four Miss Asia Pacific winners Maria del Carmen Ines Zaragoza in 1982, Gloria Dimayacyac in 1983, Lorna Legaspi in 1989 and Michelle Aldana in 1993. Three Miss Tourism International crowns: Maria Esperanza Corazon Manzano (2000-2001), Rizzini Alexis Gomez (2012-2013), and Angeli Dione Gomez (2013-2014). Two Tourism Queen of the Year International titles: Sherylle Lynne Santarin (1996) and Racquel Uy (1999). One Beauty of the World crown: April Love Jordan in 2009.

History[edit]


Number of Wins under Mutya ng Pilipinas.

Current franchises
Pageant Title Winning year(s)
Miss Tourism International 3 2000, 2012, 2013
Former franchises
Pageant Title Winning year(s)
Miss Asia Pacific International 4 1982, 1983, 1989, 1993
Miss Intercontinental pageant 0 None

From 1977-1991 Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia and Mutya ng Pilipinas World competed in 2 international beauty pageants such as Miss Asia Pacific International and Miss World.[4] The runners-up compete in Miss Wonderland International, Miss Tourism International, Miss Intercontinental, Queen of Clubs International, Queen of the Year and Miss Expo International.

One of the titles of Mutya ng Pilipinas, which was first named Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia has undergone name changes starting from 1965 until 1983 for the Miss Asia Quest. Then it was renamed Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific for Miss Asia Pacific Quest from 1984 until 2004. In 2005, the title was renamed once again to Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International for Miss Asia Pacific International Quest. Then in 2006, the Miss Asia Pacific International pageant was completely & officially scrapped with the national titlist no where to compete internationally and was retained for 3 years. The winner in 2006 was sent to Miss Intercontinental and in 2007 to Miss Tourism Metropolitan International.

The Mutya organizers finally changed the title to Mutya ng Pilipinas International in 2008 as the top winner and the second winner as Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism. In 2010, the top prize received the title of Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International and the co-winners with the titles of Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental & Asia Pacific International.

Currently, two of the primary winners of the pageant namely Mutya ng Pilipinas International and Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism were selected as representatives to Miss Intercontinental and Miss Tourism International. Completing the winners circle includes the 1st and 2nd runners-up and a special title, the Mutya ng Pilipinas Overseas Communities respectively.

Mutya ng Pilipinas[edit]

Year Delegate Hometown Date Number of Official Candidates
Philippines 1968 Not known Not known 11
Philippines 1969 Not known Not known 15
Philippines 1970 Not known Not known 17
Philippines 1971 Not known Not known 16
Philippines 1972 Not known Not known 15
Philippines 1973 Not known Not known 15
Philippines 1974 Not known Not known 16
Philippines 1975 Not known Not known 20
Philippines 1976 Not known Not known 19
Philippines 1977 Not known Not known 20
Philippines 1978 Not known Not known 18
Philippines 1979 Not known Not known 16
Philippines 1980 Not known Not known 20
Philippines 1981 Not known Not known 18
Philippines 1982 Not known Not known 19
Philippines 1983 Not known Not known 17
Philippines 1984 Not known Not known 19
Philippines 1985 Not known Not known 21
Philippines 1986 Not known Not known 24
Philippines 1987 Not known Not known 24
Philippines 1988 Not known Not known 24
Philippines 1989 Not known Not known 22
Philippines 1990 Not known Not known 24
Philippines 1991 Not known June 7, 1991 20
Philippines 1992 No Pageant Held No Pageant Held No Pageant Held NA
Philippines 1993 Not known Not known 23
Philippines 1994 Not known Not known 24
Philippines 1995 Not known Not known 25
Philippines 1996 Not known not known 24
Philippines 1997 Not known May 3, 1997 24
Philippines 1998 Not known May 2, 1998 26
Philippines 1999 Not known Apr. 24, 1999 25
Philippines 2000 Josephine Canonizado Mandaluyong City NCR Feb. 26, 2000 27
Philippines 2001 Darlene Carbungco Angeles City, Pampanga March 10, 2001 26
Philippines 2002 Miriam Chui Filipino Community of California, USA June 8, 2002 24
Philippines 2003 Jamie Liz Castillo Malabon City May 31, 2003 24
Philippines 2004 Jedah Hernandez Cabuyao City, Laguna July 7, 2004 38
Philippines 2005 Maria Carmeniezinas Maxilom Nicolosi Filipino Community of Italy June 11, 2005 24
Philippines 2006 Kirby Ann Basken & Vera Eumee Reiter Norway, Quezon City June 9, 2006 24
Philippines 2007 Zephora Mayon & Ana Marie Morelos Las Piñas, Valenzuela June 22, 2007 30
Philippines 2008 Jonavi Raisa Quiray & Jam Charish Libatog Palawan, Cebu City Dec. 7, 2008 23
Philippines 2009 Jane Bañares & Jacqueline Schubert Legazpi City, Northern Germany Aug. 9, 2009 34
Philippines 2010 Carla Jenina Lizardo & Barbara Salvador Bicol, Pangasinan Aug. 28, 2010 24
Philippines 2011 Vickie Marie Rushton & Felicia Baron Bacolod City, Southwest USA Dec. 2, 2011 30
Philippines 2012 Camille Guevarra & Rizzini Alexis Gomez Porac, Pampanga, Cebu City Aug. 12, 2012 30
Philippines 2013 Andrea Koreen Medina & Angeli Dione Gomez Quezon City, Cebu City July 26, 2013 31
Philippines 2014 TBD TBD Aug. 8, 2014 TBD

Title holders[edit]

Color keys

1968 until 1983[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas World, Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Titleholders and Runners-up (Note: From 1967 to 1976, Miss Republic of the Philippines (World) was a separate organization. Then in 1968 and 1982 were the only years when 4 runners-up were chosen)

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas World Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
Philippines 1968 Not awarded Jane Mozo de Joya Fortune Farro Aleta Pilar Agcaoili Mary Grace Iñigo Marilou Villanueva
Philippines 1969 Not awarded Maria Lourdes Hart Muñoz Marissa Tiomico Ana Marie Bautista Marilou Alas Destreza Not awarded
Philippines 1970 Not awarded Alice Tiongson Crisostomo Jean Altavas Jocelyn Causapin Arlene de Asis Balmadrid Not awarded
Philippines 1971 Not awarded Carolyn Gomara Masibay Cecille Galvez Abad-Santos Mercedes Ocasla Natividad Armi Barbara Quiray Crespo Not awarded
Philippines 1972 Not awarded Yvette Marie Alfon Maria Cristina Yambao Ocampo Felicitas Agoncillo Malyne Aguirre Fernandez Not awarded
Philippines 1973 Not awarded Maria Lourdes Atienza Amy Romero Fuster Ofelia Legaspi Solevilla Leah Poblador Not awarded
Philippines 1974 Not awarded Maria Paripola Penson Socorro Suarez Perez Susan Valdez Rosabel Carla Asencio Not awarded
Philippines 1975 Not awarded Maricel Fortuno Regina Marquez Josefina Juan Maria Theresa Ludivico Not awarded
Philippines 1976 Not awarded Maria Luisa Corazon Delgado Christina Tanquintic Vivian Murphy Maria Rosario Velilla Not awarded
Philippines 1977 Anna Melissa Ofilada Veneracion Maria Rosario Diaz Maria Cristina da Silva Nenita Hernandez Evelyn Suzette Suzara Not awarded
Philippines 1978 Louvette Monzon Hammond Epifania Lagman Normita Garfin Encarnita Bernardez Anna Abeja Not awarded
Philippines 1979 Josefina Molon Francisco Lorraine Espiridon Schuck Visitacion "Tetchie" Agbayani Elizabeth Serrano Regina Prada Not awarded
Philippines 1980 Maria Milagros Guidote Nabor Rosa Maria de Vera Celeste Camille Aphrodite Raymond Eileen Macapagal Imelda Santos Ilagan Not awarded
Philippines 1981 Suzette Umali Nicolas Marilou Arguelles Bendigo Annabelle Maria de Guia Maria Araceli Sotaso Jo Anne Racaza Not awarded
Philippines 1982 Sarah Jane Coronel Areza Maria del Carmen Ines Zaragoza Maria Lourdes Ratcliffe
(Mutya ng Kalayaan)
Wilhelmina Alonso
(Mutya ng Kaunlaran)
Fe Morales
(Mutya ng Maynila)
Leni Hufana
(Mutya ng Bagong Republika)
Philippines 1983 Marilou Sadia Sadiua Gloria Aranas Dimayacyac Yoraidyl Diaz Stone Rachel Anne Bulawin Wolfe Tina Vallejo Orleans Not awarded

1984 until 1987[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas World, Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas World Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up
Philippines 1984 Aurora Elvira Gayoso Sevilla Aurora Claudia Mandanas Adaljiza Custodio Elizabeth Dumaguing Jennifer Herrera
Philippines 1985 Eizabeth Dionisio Cuenco Millicent Bautista Arlene Glinoga Rahjni Faith Pribhdas Regina Gerona
Philippines 1986 Sherry Rose Austria Byrne Glenah Marie Valmonte Slaton Julie Ann Puno Juco Janet Santos Sales Mercy Bantolino Ong
Philippines 1987 Maria Lourdes Manalili Apostol Gina Abalos Vinluan Mellany Carlos Shailah Flores Bautista Irma Montemayor

1988 until 1988[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas World, Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific, Mutya ng Pilipinas Wonderland, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas World Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Mutya ng Pilipinas Wonderland Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 1988 Dana Mayor Narvadez Maria Hyacinth Valencia Lotuaco Gladys May Coros Fauni Mary Jean Rosales Rosario Antoinette Realiza Maria Jordana Blardony

1989 until 1990[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas World, Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific, Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe, Mutya ng Pilipinas Charm, Mutya ng Pilipinas Wonderland Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas World Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe Mutya ng Pilipinas Charm Mutya ng Pilipinas Wonderland 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 1989 Estrella Singson Querubin Lorna Villanueva Legaspi Angela Yoriko Figueras Laura Patricia Marnelego Viftra Burgos Raquel Mababangloob Mary Jane Umali
Philippines 1990 Antonette Eusebio Ballesteros Mutya Crisostomo Laxa Carla Blanco Perez Amelia Joy dela Cruz Maria Clarissa Domingo Donna Fe Roque Julie Shiela Imperial Jovellanos

1991 until 1992[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas World, Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas World Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 1991 Gemith Gonzaga Gemparo Shawnaleh Arevalo-Brauner Vivian Gobaton Armi Rose Santiago Sheila Yumang
Philippines 1992 No local pageant held due to natural calamities in the country

1993 until 1993[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific, Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Mutya ng Pilipinas Globe 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up
Philippines 1993 Michelle Aldana Carol Quiño Maria Teresa Pabular Jill dela Cerna Maria Riza Martinez

1994 until 2003[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
Philippines 1994 Angelica Jasmine Berroya Reyes Karen Sanz Espino Marjorie Poblador Sherilyne Uy Reyes Jojit Punsalan
Philippines 1995 Maricel Gomez Morales Faith Amigo (Best in Swimsuit) Daisy Garcia Reyes Claryce Dizon Morena Carla Cabrera
Philippines 1996 Marilyn Maristela Erlinda Mejia Maria Teresita Legacion Ellaine Crispy Miles Sherylle Lynne Santarin
Philippines 1997 Esabela Molina Cabrera
(title abdicated)
Sheryll Moraga
(assumed title from 1st runner-up)
Rosario Gonzalez
(became 1st runner-up)
Preciosa Reyes Valencia
(became 2nd runner-up)
Chanda Nogra
(became 3rd runner-up)
Mellany Gabat
(became 4th runner-up from SF)
Philippines 1998 Rochelle Romero Ong Heidi Punsalan Michelle delos Santos Apple Atienza Renabelle David
Philippines 1999 Ritchie Ocampo Ruaina Salcedo Kiram Racquel Uy Jeannie Alota Andersen Christine dela Cruz Heap
Philippines 2000 Josephine Nieves Canonizado Marie Pearl C. Acas Christine Anne de Jesus Maria Esperanza Corazon Acosta Manzano Macbeth Maybituin Abuzo
Philippines 2001 Darlene Carbungco Michelle Ann Jimenez Peñez Mimilannie P. Lisondra Mary Liza B. Diño Janice Gay M. Alop
Philippines 2002 Miriam San Jose Chui Kristine Caballero Frances Margaret Arreza Mae Lagasca Genevieve Siao
Philippines 2003 Jamie Liz Castillo Angeline Tucio Fiona Marie Lava Alicia Victoria Altares Clarice Ploteña

2004 until 2005[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up 4th runner-up
Philippines 2004 Jedah Casabuela Hernandez Eizza Rancesca Lim Carmelle Olivia Hebron Diana Jean Espidido Raichelle Mae "Gigette" Pacquiao
Philippines 2005 Maria Carmeniezinas Maxilom Nicolosi Katharina Enocida Koegel Arabella Ordoñez Hanesh Abigail Grivas Cruz Namkeen Soller Hameed

2006 until 2007[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International and Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up 3rd runner-up
Philippines 2006 Kirby Ann Tan Basken Vera Eumee delos Santos Reiter Patricia Isabel Medina Fernandez April Love Antolo Jordan Lorraine Orpilla Erum
Philippines 2007 Zephora Aldana Mayon
(abdicated her title)
Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos Iris Frances Lim Tan Ricamarie Anne Beltran Taylor Jacquiline Charlebois Rodriguez

2008 until 2009[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas International, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas International Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2008 Jonavi Raisa Bernas Quiray Jam Charish Pardillo Libatog Katrina Grace Rigets Queency Bernalez
Philippines 2009 Jane Riel Bañares Jacqueline Durano Schubert Samantha East Jennielyn Natividad

2010 until 2010[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Int'l, & Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2010 Carla Jenina Terina Cabrera Lizardo Barbara dela Rosa Salvador Christi Lynn Landrito McGarry Suzette Hernandez Sharon Grace Angel

2011 until 2011[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas International, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas International Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2011 Vickie Marie Milagrosa Rushton Felicia Zafra Baron Diana Sunshine Manabit Rademann Tifani Alexandra Grimes

2012 until 2012[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific (Intercontinental), Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Int'l Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific (Intercontinental) Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2012 Camille Manalang Guevarra Rizzini Alexis Camlian Gomez Emma Mary Tiglao Larah Grace Lacap

2013 until 2013[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l (Intercontinental), Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Int'l Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International (Intercontinental) Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2013 Andrea Koreen Garcia Medina Angeli Dione Barbas Gomez Maureen Ann Montagne Kristian Aubrey Nolasco

2014 Present[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Int'l Titleholders and Runners-up

Year Mutya ng Pilipinas Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International 1st runner-up 2nd runner-up
Philippines 2014 TBD TBD TBD TBD

Current titles given[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International[edit]

  • (Also called Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental or Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific/Int'l or Mutya ng Pilipinas International. The titles given annually by the organizers of Mutya ng Pilipinas, Inc. have undergone multiple name changing and inconsistencies causing major, major confusion to pageant fanatics).
Year Delegate Local/National Title Placement Award
2004 Jedah Casabuela Hernandez Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l There was no Miss Asia Pacific Int'l pageant in 2004 which made Jedah wait the following year at the 2005 Miss Asia Pacific International pageant in China. None
Taiwan 2005 Jedah Casabuela Hernandez Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l Miss Asia Pacific International pageant in China placing 4th runner-up. Miss Intercontinental 2004 delegate was Jamie Burgos who placed Top 12 was handpicked by a US-based Filipino pageant organizer. None
Maria Carmeniezinas Maxilom Nicolosi Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l Last year's Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l, Jedah Hernandez was sent to Miss Asia Pacific Int'l 2005 pageant which left Maria Carmeniezinas without a pageant to compete. Miss Asia Pacific International was finally discontinued in 2006. Miss Intercontinental 2005 delegate was Mutya 4th runner-up, Namkeen Hameed who was unplaced.
Malaysia2006 Kirby Ann Tan Basken Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l Miss Asia Pacific International 2006 discontinued competely. Competed in 2006 Miss Intercontinental placing Top 12 semifinalist. None
2007 Zephora Aldana Mayon Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l Abdicated her crown and title & replaced by co-winner Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International, Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos for the 2007 Miss Tourism Metropolitan International placing 4th runner-up. Miss Tourism International title not given this year and replaced by the title Miss Tourism Metropolitan International. There was no Miss Intercontinental 2007 delegate.
2008 Jonavi Raisa Bernas Quiray Mutya ng Pilipinas International Unable to compete internationally in 2008 and had to wait the following year for Miss Tourism International 2009 but was unplaced. Switched international pageants joined in 2009 with Jacqueline Schubert, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism. There was no Miss Intercontinental 2008 delegate.
2009 Jane Riel Bañares Mutya ng Pilipinas International Did not compete at Miss Intercontinental 2009 w/ reason unknown. Replaced by her co-winner, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism 2009, Jacqueline Schubert who was our Miss Intercontinental 2009 delegate but was unplaced.
Malaysia2010 Carla Jenina Terina Cabrera Lizardo Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental Did not compete due to family situation & replaced by Christi Lynn McGarry who competed at 2010 Miss Intercontinental placing Top 15 semifinalist.
Christi Lynn Landrito McGarry Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Replaced Carla Jenina Lizardo in representing at 2010 Miss Intercontinental placing Top 15 semifinalist. There was no Miss Asia Pacific Int'l pageant held in 2010 nor in the last 5 years. Continental Queen of Asia and the Pacific
2011 Vickie Marie Milagrosa Rushton Mutya ng Pilipinas International Unable to compete at Miss Intercontinental 2011 due to national pageant delayed until December 2. Miss Intercontinental Pageant 2011 was held Oct. 7th and The Philippines' delegate to Miss Intercontinental (Kathleen Anne Po) had to be swiftly handpicked by a US-based Filipino pageant organizer. Miss Po was unplaced.
2012 Camille Manalang Guevarra Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l (Intercontinental) Competed in 2012 Miss Intercontinental but was unplaced. There was no Miss Asia Pacific Int'l pageant held in 2012 nor in the last 7 years.
2013 Andrea Koreen Garcia Medina Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l (Intercontinental) Miss Intercontinental 2013 3rd Runner-up Continental Queen of Asia and Oceania
2014 TBD

Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International[edit]

  • (Also called Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism or Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Puerto Princesa in 2008 and Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Aurora in 2009.)

Winners were delegated as Ambassadors of the Philippine Department of Tourism.
From 1994, winners or appointed (Apptd) representatives were sent to the Miss Tourism International Pageant. *Note: From 1975 until 1991, the Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism winners were not sent to any particular international pageant. The years 1982-1985, 1989, 1992 and 1993, no winners selected.

Year Delegate Local/National Title Placement Award
1975 Rosario Marissa Recto Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1976 Evangeline Evangelista Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1977 Emma Yuhico Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1978 Mary Yehlen Catral Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1979 Visitacion Agbayani Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1980 Rosemarie de Vera Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1981 Annabelle de Guia Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1986[5] Sherry Rose Byrne Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1987 Mary Gretchen Hernandez Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1988 Mary Jean Rosales Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
1991 Vivian Gobaton Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism DNC/NIPH
Malaysia1994 Maria Riza Martinez 1993 3rd RU(Apptd) Fourth runner-up None
Malaysia1995 Sherilyne Uy Reyes 1994 3rd RU(Apptd) Third runner-up None
Malaysia1998 Mellany Montemayor Gabat 1997 4th RU(Apptd) Second runner-up None
Malaysia1999 Racquel Tentoco Uy 1999 1st RU(Apptd) First runner-up None
Malaysia2000 Maria Esperanza Corazon Acosta Manzano 2000 3rd RU(Apptd) Miss Tourism International 2000-2001 None
Malaysia2001 Mary Liza Bautista Diño 2001 3rd RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2002 Frances Margaret Hernandez Arreza 2002 2nd RU(Apptd) Top 10 Semifinalist None
Malaysia2003 Angeline Fernandez Tucio 2003 1st RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2004 Eizza Rancesca Santos Lim 2004 1st RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2005 Arabella Ordoñez Hanesh 2005 2nd RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2006 Vera Eumee delos Santos Reiter Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Unplaced None
Malaysia2007 Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Fourth runner-up Miss Tourism Metropolitan International 2007. No Miss Tourism International pageant held this year.[6][7] None
Malaysia2008 Jam Charish Pardillo Libatog Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Puerto Princesa Top 15 Semifinalist None
Malaysia2009 Jane Bañares Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International The original Mutya ng Pilipinas International (for Miss Intercontinental), was unable to compete internationally. Co-winner Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism (for Miss Tourism International), Jacqueline Schubert assumed Miss Bañares spot. None'
Jonavi Raisa Bernas Quiray Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Assumed Miss Bañares spot and switched international pageants, Jane Bañares' replacement. Miss Tourism International 2009/2010. Unplaced None'
Jacqueline Durano Schubert Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Aurora Assumed Miss Bañares spot and switched international pageants competed with last years Mutya ng Pilipinas International, Jonavi Raisa Quiray who was Jane Bañares' replacement. Miss Intercontinental 2009.Unplaced None'
Malaysia2010 Barbara dela Rosa Salvador Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Third runner-up Miss Tourism Cosmopolitan International 2010
Malaysia2011 Felicia Zafra Baron Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Did not compete due to schedule conflict & replaced by Mutya 1st runner-up, Diana Sunshine Manabit Rademann for Miss Tourism International 2011-2012 (in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Dec. 31st) but was Unplaced. None
Diana Sunshine Manabit Rademann 2011 1st RU(Apptd) Mutya ng Pilipinas 2011 pageant finals was held on Dec. 2nd giving Diana just a few days to prepare for her international competition. Unplaced None
Malaysia2012 Rizzini Alexis Camlian Gomez Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Miss Tourism International 2012-2013 Miss Sunway Charm
Malaysia2013 Angeli Dione Barbas Gomez Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Miss Tourism International 2013-2014 None
Malaysia2014 TBD
  • DNC/NIPH - Did Not Compete. No International Pageant Held.

Mutya ng Pilipinas Overseas Communities[edit]

Year Delegate Representing Placement
2006 Christine Adela White Canada
2007 Jacquiline Charlebois Rodriguez San Fernando Valley, California Mutya 3rd runner-up
2008 Loren Andre Burgos California Top 10 semifinalist
2009 Ana Maria Baladad Texas
2010 Christi Lynn McGarry East Coast USA Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific & Slimmer's World Miss Bikini Philippines
2011 Bea Rose Santiago Canada Top 10 semifinalist
2012 Marbee Tiburcio Northern California
2013 Asdis Lisa Karlsdottir Iceland Top 10 semifinalist

Mutya ng Pilipinas Runners-up[edit]

Year 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner Up 3rd Runner Up 4th Runner Up
Philippines 2000 Marie Pearl Acas Christine Anne de Jesus Maria Esperanza Corazon Manzano Macbeth Abuzo
Philippines 2001 Michelle Ann Peñez Mimilannie Lisondra Mary Liza Diño Janice Gay Alop
Philippines 2002 Kristine Caballero Frances Margaret Arreza Mae Lagasca Genevieve Siao
Philippines 2003 Angeline Tucio Fiona Marie Lava Alicia Victoria Altares Clarice Ploteña
Philippines 2004 Eizza Rancesca Lim Carmelle Olivia Hebron Diana Jean Espidido Raichelle Mae Pacquiao
Philippines 2005 Katharina Koegel Arabella Hanesh Abigail Cruz Namkeen Hameed
Philippines 2006 Patricia Isabel Medina Fernandez April Love Jordan Lorraine Erum Placement not awarded
Philippines 2007 Iris Frances Tan Ricamarie Anne Taylor Jacquiline Rodriguez
Philippines 2008 Katrina Grace Rigets Queency Bernalez Placement not awarded
Philippines 2009 Samantha East Jennielyn Natividad
Philippines 2010 Suzette Hernandez Sharon Grace Angel
Philippines 2011 Diana Sunshine Rademann Tifani Alexandra Grimes
Philippines 2012 Emma Mary Tiglao Larah Grace Lacap
Philippines 2013 Maureen Ann Montagne Kristian Aubrey Nolasco
Philippines 2014 TBD TBD
  • Note: In 2006-2007, three (3) runners-up were part of the winning circle. Starting 2008, only two (2) runners-up were chosen.

Representatives to international pageants[edit]

Current titles[edit]

Miss Intercontinental[edit]

Top winners or appointed representatives were sent to the Miss Intercontinental Pageant

Year Delegate Local/National Title Placement Award
Germany1993 Maria Sovietskaya Laviano Bacud 1995 Top 10 semifinalist Miss Intercontinental(Apptd) Second runner-up None
Germany1994 Karen Sanz Espino Mutya 1994 1st runner-up / Apptd for Miss Intercontinental Unplaced
Germany1995 Faith Amigo 1995 1st RU Miss Intercontinental(Apptd) Top 10 Semifinalist None
Germany1996 Erlinda Madulara Mejia Mutya 1996 1st runner-up / Apptd for Miss Intercontinental Unplaced
Germany1997 Rosario Canaveral Gonzalez Mutya 1997 1st runner-up / Apptd for Miss Intercontinental Unplaced
Germany1998 Heidi Punzalan Mutya 1998 1st runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany1999 Ruaina Salcedo Kiram Mutya 1999 1st runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany2000 Marie Pearl Acas Mutya 2000 1st runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany2001 Mimilannie Lisondra Mutya 2001 2nd runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany2002 Kristine Caballero Mutya 2002 1st runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany2003 Fiona Marie Lava Mutya 2003 2nd runner-up Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Germany2004 See Note Below*
Germany2005 Namkeen Soller Hameed Mutya 2005 4th runner-up / Apptd for Miss Intercontinental Unplaced
The Bahamas2006 Kirby Ann Tan Basken Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International 2006 Top 12 Semifinalist None
Seychelles2007 Zephora Aldana Mayon Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International 2007 Did not compete (Title abdicated)
Poland2008 Jonavi Raisa Bernas Quiray Mutya ng Pilipinas International 2008 Did not compete (Reason Unknown)
Belarus2009 Jacqueline Durano Schubert Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism (Aurora) 2009 Unplaced
Dominican Republic2010 Carla Jenina Terina Cabrera Lizardo Mutya ng Pilipinas Intercontinental 2010 Did not compete (Family situation & replaced by Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l, Christi Lynn McGarry)
Christi Lynn Landrito McGarry Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific International 2010 Top 15 Semifinalist Continental Queen of Asia and the Pacific
Spain2011 See Note Below*
Germany2012 Camille Manalang Guevarra Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l (Intercontinental) 2012 Unplaced
Germany2013 Andrea Koreen Garcia Medina Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific Int'l (Intercontinental) 2013 Third runner-up Continental Queen of Asia & Oceania

*Note: The years 2004 (Jamie Fermin Burgos - Miss Intercontinental Top 12 semifinalist) and 2011 (Kathleen Anne Loyola Po - Unplaced) Philippine delegates to Miss Intercontinental pageant were appointed by another organization based in California and not through Mutya ng Pilipinas, Inc. The years 2002, 2003, 2007, & 2008, the title was not awarded or the Philippines was not represented.

Miss Tourism International[edit]

Second to the top winners or appointed representatives were sent to the Miss Tourism International Pageant

Year Delegate Local Placement International Placement Award
Malaysia1994 Maria Riza Martinez 1993 3rd RU(Apptd) Fourth runner-up None
Malaysia1995 Sherilyne Uy Reyes 1994 3rd RU(Apptd) Third runner-up None
1996 There were no international pageants
1997
Malaysia1998 Mellany Montemayor Gabat 1997 4th RU(Apptd) Second runner-up None
Malaysia1999 Racquel Tentoco Uy 1999 1st RU(Apptd) First runner-up Queen of the Year International 1999
Malaysia2000 Maria Esperanza Corazon Acosta Manzano 2000 3rd RU(Apptd) Miss Tourism International 2000-2001 None
Malaysia2001 Mary Liza Bautista Diño 2001 3rd RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2002 Frances Margaret Hernandez Arreza 2002 2nd RU(Apptd) Top 10 Semifinalist None
Malaysia2003 Angeline Fernandez Tucio 2003 1st RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2004 Eizza Rancesca Santos Lim 2004 1st RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
Malaysia2005 Arabella Ordoñez Hanesh 2005 2nd RU(Apptd) Unplaced None
China2006 Vera Eumee delos Santos Reiter Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Unplaced None
Malaysia2007 Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Fourth runner-up iss Tourism Metropolitan International 2007
(No Miss Tourism International pageant held this year. Title given changed to Miss Tourism Metropolitan International.)[8][9]
None
Malaysia2008 Jam Charish Pardillo Libatog Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism Puerto Princesa Top 15 Semifinalist None
Malaysia2009 Jonavi Raisa Bernas Quiray Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Assumed Miss Bañares spot and switched international pageants, Jane Bañares' replacement. Miss Tourism International 2009/2010.Unplaced None'
Malaysia2010 Barbara dela Rosa Salvador Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Third runner-up Miss Tourism Cosmopolitan International 2010 [10]
Malaysia2011 Diana Sunshine Manabit Rademann 2011 1st RU(Apptd) Mutya ng Pilipinas 2011 pageant finals was held on Dec. 2nd giving Diana just a few days to prepare for her international competition. Unplaced None
Malaysia2012 Rizzini Alexis Camlian Gomez Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Miss Tourism International 2012-2013 Miss Sunway Charm
Malaysia2013 Angeli Dione Barbas Gomez Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Miss Tourism International 2013-2014 None
Malaysia2014 TBD

Former titles[edit]

Miss Republic of the Philippines (for Miss World)[edit]

Prior to Mutya ng Pilipinas World, the Philippines' delegates to Miss World competed at the Miss Republic of the Philippines pageant from 1966 to 1976. The pageant has since been discontinued post 1976.

Year Delegate Hometown Placement Award
1966 Vivian Lee Austria (official name: Emraida Kelly Kiram)
1967 Margarita Favis Gomez
1968 Arene Cecilia Anas Amabuyok Forth runner-up
1969 Feliza Teresita Nuevo Miro
1970 Minerva Manalo Cagatao Top 15 Semifinalist
1971 Onelia Ison Jose
1972 Evangeline Rosales Reyes Top 15 Semifinalist
1973 Evangeline Luis Pascual First runner-up
1974 Agnes Benisano Rustia
1975 Suzanne Talam Gonzales
1976 Josephine Salazar Conde Attended the pageant but withdrew before the finals

Mutya ng Pilipinas (World)[edit]

Replaced the Miss Republic of the Philippines from 1977 in sending delegates to the Miss World pageant until 1991.

Year Delegate Hometown Placement Award
1977 Anna Melissa Ofilada Veneracion Attended the pageant but withdrew before the finals
1978 Louvette Monzon Hammond Miss Talent
1979 Josefina Molon Francisco
1980 Maria Milagros Guidote Nabor
1981 Suzette Umali Nicolas
1982 Sarah Jane Coronel Areza Top 15 Semifinalist Asia's Queen of Beauty
1983 Marilou Sadia Sadiua
1984 Aurora Elvira Gayoso Sevilla
1985 Elizabeth Dionisio Cuenco
1986 Sherry Rose Austria Byrne Top 15 Semifinalist Asia's Queen of Beauty
1987 Maria Lourdes Manalili Apostol
1988 Dana Mayor Narvadez
1989 Estrella Singson Querubin
1990 Antonette Eusebio Ballesteros
1991 Gemith Gonzaga Gemparo

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Asia)[edit]

Winners were sent to Miss Asia Quest

Year Delegate Hometown Placement Award
Philippines1965 Resurreccion Vianzon Second Runner-up
Philippines1968 Mary Jane Mozo de Joya Third Runner-up
Philippines1969 Maria Lourdes Hart Muñoz
Philippines1970 Alice Tiongson Crisostomo[11] First Runner-up
Philippines1971 Carolyn Gomora Masibay First Runner-up
Philippines1972 Yvette Marie Alfon First Runner-up
Philippines1973 Maria Lourdes Atienza
Philippines1974 Maria Paripola Penson Second Runner-up
Philippines1975 Maricel Fortuno
Philippines1976 Maria Luisa Corazon Delgado Third Runner-up
Philippines1977 Maria Rosario Aspillera Diaz Fourth runner-up
Philippines1978 Epifania Lagman First Runner-up
Philippines1979 Lorraine Espiridon Schuck Second Runner-up
Philippines1980 Rosa Maria de Vera First Runner-up
Philippines1981 Marilou Arguelles Bendigo
Philippines1982 Maria del Carmen Ines del Alcazar Zaragoza MISS ASIA 1982
Philippines1983 Gloria Aranas Dimayacyac MISS ASIA 1983 Best in Swimwear

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Asia Pacific)[edit]

Winners were sent to Miss Asia Pacific Quest

Year Delegate Hometown Placement Award
New Zealand1984 Aurora Claudia Mandanas Top 10 Semifinalist
Hong Kong1985 Millicent Bautista Top 12 Semifinalist
Hong Kong1986 Glenah Marie Valmonte Slaton Top 16 Semifinalist
Hong Kong1987 Gina Abalos Vinluan Top 15 Semifinalist
Hong Kong1988 Maria Hyacinth Valencia Lotuaco
Hong Kong1989 Lorna Villanueva Legaspi MISS ASIA PACIFIC 1989 Miss Talent
1990 Title not awarded
1991 Title not awarded
Philippines1992 Mutya Crisostomo Laxa Second Runner-up
Philippines1993 Michele Zulueta Aldana MISS ASIA PACIFIC 1993 Miss Photogenic / Miss Friendship
Philippines1994 Angelica Jasmine Berroya Reyes Top 12 Semifinalist
Philippines1995 Maricel Gomez Morales Top 12 Semifinalist Miss Photogenic
Philippines1996 Marilyn Gozon Maristela First Runner-up
Philippines1997 Esabella Morena Cabrera
Sheryll Rodriguez Moraga Top 10 Semifinalist Miss Friendship/Miss Photogenic/Miss Talent/Miss Creme Silk Beautiful Hair
Philippines1998 Rochelle Romero Ong Miss Friendship/Miss Creme Silk Beautiful Hair
Philippines1999 Ritchie Guevarra Ocampo Top 10 Semifinalist Miss Photogenic/Miss Lux Super Rich Beautiful Hair
Philippines2000 Josephine Nieves Canonizado Best in Evening Gown/Miss Creme Silk Beautiful Hair
Philippines2001 Darlene Zimmer Carbungco Fourth Runner-up Miss Close-Up Smile
Philippines2002 Miriam San Jose Chui Third Runner-up Miss Cremesilk Beautiful Hair/Miss Telegenic
Philippines2003 Jamie Liz Lazcano Castillo Top 10 Semifinalist People's Choice

Miss Asia Pacific International[edit]

Winners were sent to the revamped Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant until 2005. The international pageant was discontinued in 2006 but Mutya ng Pilipinas, INC. continued to crown the Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia Pacific title up to 2013 even if the international pageant was defunct back in 2006. The winner were assigned to compete at Miss Intercontinental Pageant starting in 2006.

Year Delegate Local/National Title Placement Award
2004 Jedah Casabuela Hernandez There was no Miss Asia Pacific Int'l pageant in 2004
2005 Jedah Casabuela Hernandez Fourth runner-up, 2005 Miss Asia Pacific International Best in Evening Gown/Best Hair
Maria Carmeniezinas Maxilom Nicolosi No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant held in 2006 up to the present
2006 Kirby Ann Basken* No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
(competed at 2006 Miss Intercontinental - Top 12 Semifinalist)
2007 Zephora Aldana Mayon (abdicated her title & crown) No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos (replaced Zephora Aldana Mayon) No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
Ana Marie Pulpulaan Morelos (replaced Zephora Aldana Mayon) No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
(competed at 2007 Miss Tourism Metropolitan International - Fourth runner-up)
2008 Title not awarded
2009 Title not awarded
2010 Christi Lynn McGarry No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
(competed at 2010 Miss Intercontinental -Top 15 Semifinalist)
Continental Queen of Asia & the Pacific
2011 Title not awarded
2012 Camille Manalang Guevarra No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
(competed at 2012 Miss Intercontinental - unplaced)
2013 Andrea Koreen Garcia Medina No Miss Asia Pacific International Pageant
(competed at 2013 Miss Intercontinental - Third runner-up)
Continental Queen of Asia & Oceania

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Wonderland International)[edit]

Year Delegate Placement
1987 Maria Lilia Encarnacion Unplaced
1988 Mellany Carlos Unplaced
1989 Gladys May Fauni Unplaced
1990 Viftra Burgos No pageant held
1991 Maria Clarissa Domingo Pageant discontinued

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Charm International)[edit]

Year Delegate Placement
1989 Laura Patricia Marnelego Unplaced
1990 Amelia Joy dela Cruz Pageant discontinued

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Globe International)[edit]

Year Delegate Placement
1989 Angela Yoriko Figueras Top 10 SF
1990 Carla Perez Unplaced
1991 Shawnaleh Arevalo Unplaced
1993 Carol Quiño Unplaced

Mutya ng Pilipinas (Trade)[edit]

Year Delegate
1978 Kathryn Manuel
1980 Maria Florinda dela Cruz

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Durre S. Ahmed Gendering the spirit: women, religión & the post-colonial response Page 110 2002 "In symbolic terms, the oyster shell refers to the body and the pearl refers to the evolving immortal spirit within the ...... Mother Country/Motherland) — the divine spirit who gave birth to the people of the place, or the animating, dynamic and creative spirit behind the nation - the folk spirit: the Mutya ng Pilipinas or the muse/genius/goddess of the Philippines."
  2. ^ ed. Hany Hanna ICOM Committee for Conservation, Meeting. Icom-CC : Wood, Furniture and Lacquer International Council of Museums 2006 Page 69 - "... values, models of quality, and ideals of excellence. In contemporary times, this concept is represented by the image of the beautiful woman. Hence, most beauty pageants in the Philippines are called 'Mutya ng Pilipinas' or 'Mutya' of a certain locality."
  3. ^ Erlinda Enriquez Panlilio Teacher to tycoon: the life and times of Trinidad Diaz Enriquez 2000 Page 141 "... established a beauty contest in 1968 called Mutya ng Pilipinas (Pearl of the Philippines) intended to select a winner who would represent the country in the Miss Asia Quest beauty pageant, which was likewise organized by Biboy and his friend Dr. Bibit de Ocampo and promoted as the first international beauty pageant based in the Philippines."
  4. ^ Filipinas Volume 10, Num.105-116 2001 Page 58 ""It's entertainment, pure and simple. Not unlike soap operas. In such a drab life you've got to have some form of diversion." For beauty queen and Mutya ng Pilipinas organizer Lorraine Schuck, it's the poverty: "Until the economy gets better and everybody will be busy making money, people will always be following these pageants... Schuck says for the last eight years she's been handling Mutya ng Pilipinas and Miss Asia-Pacific, she has never had problems finding sponsors. "They know we reach their target market and they've never left us all these years."."
  5. ^ National Mid-week Volume 1 1986 Page 32 "The Mutya ng Pilipinas batch of entries this year were so good that the five finalists really had to go through the wringer before they were finally chosen."
  6. ^ http://www.misstourisminternational.com/mtmi-winners/
  7. ^ http://www.pageantopolis.com/international/tourism.htm
  8. ^ http://www.misstourisminternational.com/mtmi-winners/
  9. ^ http://www.pageantopolis.com/international/tourism.htm
  10. ^ missosology.info/forum/ • View topic - Netherlands wins MISS TOURISM INTERNATIONAL 2010
  11. ^ Michael Gary Hawkins, Co-producing the postcolonial: U.S.-Philippine cinematic relations, 1946—1986 University of California, Los Angeles 2008 - Page 330 "1971... That year Crisostomo reigned as Mutya Ng Pilipinas (roughly translated as "Beauty of the Philippines," mutya meaning something of great beauty) and began her film career starring alongside Ferrer in Golden Child."

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