Binibining Pilipinas

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Binibining Pilipinas
Binibining Pilipinas logo
Logo of Binibining Pilipinas
Formation 1964
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Quezon City
See Titles
Official language
Filipino and English
Stella Márquez-Araneta[1]
Parent organization
Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.[1]

Binibining Pilipinas is a national beauty pageant in the Philippines that selects Filipina representatives to compete in two of the Big Four international beauty pageants such as Miss Universe and Miss International.

The pageant also fields four queens to other emerging international pageants such as Miss Supranational, Miss Intercontinental, Miss Grand International and The Miss Globe.[2]


Stella Márquez-Araneta, a former Miss Colombia, who became a Miss Universe semi-finalist and the winner of the first Miss International beauty pageant in 1960, is the chairperson of Binibining Pilipinas Charities Incorporated (BPCI) which has been the official national franchise holder of the Miss Universe Organization since 1964 after it was passed on by its predecessor, Miss Philippines, which has been the franchise holder from 1952 to 1963.

The following are the Binibining Pilipinas titleholders throughout the years, including the highlights of their performance in major and minor international pageants.

The Philippines, through BPCI, has produced three Miss Universe winners (Gloria Diaz in 1969, Margarita Moran in 1973 and Pia Wurtzbach in 2015), five Miss International winners (Aurora Pijuan in 1970, Melanie Marquez in 1979, Lara Quigaman in 2005, Bea Santiago in 2013 and Kylie Verzosa in 2016), one Miss Tourism International (Macau version) which the Philippines had won by Binibining Pilipinas Universe 1995 (Joanne Santos in 1997), one Miss Tourism International Anatolya Turkish winner (Michelle Cuevas Reyes in 2001), one Miss Globe International winner (Maricar Balagtas in 2001), one Miss Tourism International Black Sea winner (Kristine Reyes Alzar in 2002), one Queen of Tourism International winner (Noela Mae Evangelista in 2003), one Miss Supranational winner (Mutya Datul in 2013), and one Miss Globe winner (Ann Colis in 2015).[3] The first Miss International crown for the Philippines, won by Gemma Cruz in 1964, is a product of the Miss Philippines pageant, the predecessor of the Binibining Pilipinas pageant.[3][4] Although BPCI had acquired the local franchise of the Miss World pageant in 1992, the first crown was won by Megan Young in 2013, which is a product of its successor, Miss World Philippines. The Philippines is yet to win a Miss Intercontinental and a Miss Grand International crown.

Binibining Pilipinas[edit]

Number of wins under
Binibining Pilipinas
Pageant Wins
Miss International 5
Miss Universe 3
Miss Supranational 1
The Miss Globe 1
Miss Globe International 1
Miss World 0
Miss Intercontinental 0
Miss Grand International 0
Miss Tourism Queen International 0
Miss Maja International 0
Miss Young International 0


Note that the year designates the time Binibining Pilipinas has acquired that particular pageant franchise.


For the complete list of titleholders, see List of Binibining Pilipinas titleholders.
For the list of appointed titleholders who have placed in other international pageants, see List of Binibining Pilipinas titleholders § Appointed titleholders.
Color keys
  •      A year wherein the Philippines earned a crown(s)
  •      A year wherein the Philippines placed as a runner-up(s)
  •      A year wherein the Philippines placed in the top 5, top 10, top 15, or as a semifinalist(s)
Year Winners Runners-up Winners' placement in international pageants Ref.

Miss Universe Philippines

Binibining Pilipinas–International

Binibining Pilipinas–Intercontinental

Binibining Pilipinas–Supranational

Binibining Pilipinas–Grand International

Binibining Pilipinas–Globe

1st runner-up

2nd runner-up

To be determined

Miss Universe Philippines
Maria Mika Maxine Medina

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Kylie Verzosa

Binibining Pilipinas–Intercontinental
Jennifer Ruth Hammond

Binibining Pilipinas–Supranational
Joanna Louise Eden

Binibining Pilipinas–Grand International
Nicole Cordoves

Binibininh Pilipinas–Globe
Nichole Marie Manalo

1st runner-up

Angelica Alita

2nd runner-up
Jehza Mae Huelar

Miss Universe 2016
Maria Mika Maxine Medina (Top 6)

Miss International 2016
Kylie Verzosa (Miss International)

Miss Supranational 2016
Joanna Louise Eden (Top 25)

Miss Intercontinental 2016
Jennifer Ruth Hammond (Top 15)

Miss Grand International 2016
Nicole Cordoves (1st runner-up)

Miss Globe 2016
Nichole Marie Manalo (3rd runner-up)


Miss Universe Philippines
Pia Wurtzbach

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Janicel Lubina

Binibining Pilipinas–Intercontinental
Christi Lynn McGarry

Binibining Pilipinas–Supranational
Rogelie Catacutan

Binibining Pilipinas–Tourism
Ann Lorraine Colis

1st runner-up
Hannah Ruth Sison

2nd runner-up
Kimverlyn Suiza

Miss Universe 2015
Pia Wurtzbach (Miss Universe)

Miss International 2015
Janicel Lubina (Top 10)

Miss Supranational 2015
Rogelie Catacutan (Top 20)

The Miss Globe 2015
Ann Lorraine Colis (The Miss Globe 2015)

Miss Intercontinental 2015
Christi Lynn McGarry (1st runner-up)


Miss Universe Philippines
Mary Jean Lastimosa

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Mary Anne Bianca Guidotti

Binibining Pilipinas–Intercontinental
Kris Tiffany Janson

Binibining Pilipinas–Supranational
Yvethe Marie Santiago

Binibining Pilipinas–Tourism
Parul Shah

1st runner-up
Laura Victoria Lehmann

2nd runner-up
Hannah Ruth Sison

Miss Universe 2014
Mary Jean Lastimosa (Top 10)

Miss International 2014
Mary Anne Bianca Guidotti (Did not place)

Miss Intercontinental 2014
Kris Tiffany Janson (2nd runner-up)

Miss Supranational 2014
Yvethe Marie Santiago (Top 20)

Miss Grand International 2015
Parul Shah (3rd Runner Up)


Miss Universe Philippines
Ariella Arida

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Bea Rose Santiago

Binibining Pilipinas–Supranational
Mutya Johanna Datul

Binibining Pilipinas–Tourism
Joanna Cindy Miranda

1st runner-up
Pia Wurtzbach

Miss Universe 2013
Ariella Arida (3rd runner-up)

Miss International 2013
Bea Rose Santiago (Miss International)

Miss Supranational 2013
Mutya Johanna Datul (Miss Supranational)

Miss Tourism Queen International 2013
Joanna Cindy Veron Miranda (Top 10)


Miss Universe Philippines
Janine Marie Tugonon

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Nicole Cassandra Schmitz

Binibining Pilipinas–Tourism
Katrina Jayne Dimaranan

1st runner-up
Elaine Kay Moll

2nd runner-up
Annalie Forbes

Miss Universe 2012
Janine Marie Tugonon (1st runner-up)

Miss International 2012
Nicole Cassandra Schmitz (Top 15)

Miss Supranational 2012
Elaine Kay Moll (3rd Runner Up)

Miss Grand International 2013
Annalie Forbes (3rd Runner Up)

Miss Tourism Queen International 2012
Katrina Jayne Dimaranan (Pageant was cancelled)


Miss Universe Philippines
Shamcey Supsup

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Dianne Elaine Necio

Binibining Pilipinas–Tourism
Isabella Angela Manjon

1st runner-up
Janine Marie Tugonon

2nd runner-up
Mary Jean Lastimosa

Miss Universe 2011
Shamcey Supsup (3rd runner-up)

Miss International 2011
Dianne Elaine Necio (Top 15)

Miss Tourism Queen International 2011
Isabella Angela Manjon (Did not place)


Binibing Pilipinas–Universe
Maria Venus Raj

Binibining Pilipinas–World
Czarina Catherine Gatbonton

Binibining Pilipinas–International
Krista Eileen Kleiner

1st runner-up
Dianne Elaine Necio

2nd runner-up
Helen Nicolette Henson

Miss Universe 2010
Maria Venus Raj (4th runner-up)

Miss World 2010
Czarina Catherine Gatbonton (Did not place)

Miss International 2010
Krista Eileen Kleiner (Top 15)



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