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Binibining Pilipinas (Miss Philippines)
Binibining Pilipinas logo
Binibining Pilipinas logo
Formation 1964
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Quezon City
Location
Membership
Miss Universe
Miss International
Miss Intercontinental
Miss Supranational
Miss Grand International
Miss Globe
Official language
Filipino
President
Stella Marquez Araneta[1]
Parent organization
Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.[1]
Website www.bbpilipinas.com

Binibining Pilipinas (literally Miss Philippines), is a Filipino beauty pageant that has been responsible for selecting the representatives of the Philippines for Miss Universe, Miss International, and other minor global pageants such as Miss Intercontinental, Miss Supranational, Miss Grand International and Miss Globe.

History[edit]

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.

The Philippines, through BPCI, has produced two Miss Universe winners (Gloria Diaz in 1969 and Margarita Moran in 1973) and four Miss International winners (Aurora Pijuan in 1970, Melanie Marquez in 1979, Lara Quigaman in 2005 and Bea Santiago in 2013) and one Miss Supranational winner (Mutya Datul in 2013).[2] 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.[2][3] The first Miss Tourism Queen International crown for the Philippines, won by Justine Gabionza in 2006, is a product of Miss Philippines Earth. The Philippines is yet to win a Miss Intercontinental crown.

Humanitarian projects[edit]

The annual Binibining Pilipinas Beauty Pageant is a project of Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Incorporated (BPCI), a non-stock, non-profit organization and foundation, and the organizer of the Binibining Pilipinas, has established skills trainings and educational workshops for the indigents and philanthropic/humanitarian projects and activities that have benefitted many orphans and street children, poor families and other less fortunate members of the Philippine society.

The pageant, BPCI's primary instrument as it pursues its mission of spreading peace and love across the nation, is a fund-raising activity for projects that would benefit orphans, indigent families and other less fortunate members of Philippine society. Apart from producing the country's best beauties as representatives for various international competitions, BPCI has been a key partner in nation-building for over four decades, providing skills training, educational workshops, mission work, and other relevant services for the marginalized sectors of the community.

Bb. Pilipinas Coronation NightFirst and foremost a charitable organization, BPCI donates all its earnings to a string of orphanages in Metro Manila including daycare centers, in cooperation with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). In times of calamities, especially the recent devastation brought about by typhoon Ondoy, it is committed to contribute aid to relief operations whenever and wherever such calamities occur. Aside from joining the relief efforts conducted by GMA's Kapuso Foundation for the victims of typhoon Ondoy last year, one of the most memorable relief operations that involved BPCI was when Central Luzon was immensely affected by the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. Binibining Pilipinas past and then current titleholders trudged through the ash-laden town of Porac, the Tent City in Pampanga, and other refugee camps, to distribute food, medicines and other basic needs to the affected helpless residents that included ethnic tribes that lived on the volcano slopes. The institution also contributed to the global effort of aiding the Tsunami Victims when it made its donation during the MTV Asia Aid Event at the Araneta Center last 2005. Other more recent fulfilling endeavors undertaken were regular children's welfare programs at the Barangay Soccoro Day Care Center and the Philippine General Hospital Pediatric Cancer Unit, helping build houses for the poor as volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, bringing relief and inspiration to our wounded soldiers at the AFP Medical Center, and bringing Christmas cheer to indigent children by hosting them during the Disney on Ice Charity Show last December.

With the annual pageant as its main source of funds, the BPCI tries to bring the message of hope and love across the nation. Young Filipina pageant participants are given the opportunity to be carriers of this message as the humanitarian missions make up BPCI's primary goals. Its role in the upliftment of less fortunate fellow Filipinos through economic support generated from corporate sponsorships and other benefactors and donors is the basic reason for BPCI's existence and relevance as an institution.

Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.'s relevance as an organization lies in more than just the quest for the True Filipina Beauty—it is the gateway to many meaningful opportunities to be able to make a difference in the world, with its enduring commitment to various humanitarian causes.

Title holders[edit]

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1964–73[edit]

Year Binibining Pilipinas Major Titles Runners-up
Universe International Miss Maja Pilipinas Young International Charming World Peace First Second Third Fourth
Philippines 1964[4] Maria Myrna Panlilio Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Milagros Cataag Elvira Gonzales Not awarded Not awarded
Philippines 1965[4] Louise Vail Aurelio Isabelle Barnett Santos2 Isabelle Barnett Santos2 Sheba Mulok June Frances Roco Elvira Gonzales
Philippines 1966[4] Maria Clarinda Soriano Not awarded Elizabeth Winsett Lillian Carriedo Mary Lou Navarro Josine Loinas de Tavera
Philippines 1967[4] Pilar Delilah Pilapil Maria Luisa Cordova Maria Rica Key Maria Mercedes Uy Erlinda Stuart
Philippines 1968[4] Rosario Zaragoza Nenita Ramos Maria Elena Samson Benigna Rustia Tina Artillaga Georgitta Pimentel
Philippines 1969[5] Gloria Maria Diaz Margaret Rose Montinola Nelia Sancho Cynthia Commans Quirino Maricar Azaola Carmina Cuervo Gutierrez
Philippines 1970[5] Simonette delos Reyes Aurora Pijuan Carmencita Hufano Avecilla Imelda Pagaspas Elizabeth Magbanua Ana Maria Caguiat Lily del Rosario
Philippines 1971[5] Vida Valentina Doria Evelyn Camus Maricar Sison Zaldarriaga Milagros Dorado Gutierrez Milagros Gutierrez Donna de Guzman Consuelo Lozano Carolyn Flores
Philippines 1972[5] Armi Barbara Crespo Yolanda Dominguez Bernice Romualdez Maria Lourdes Mauleon Vallejo Maria Isabel Dacanay Seva Ana Maria Arambulo Maria Penson Noa-Noa Labit Consuelo Lorena Escalambre
Philippines 1973[5] Maria Margarita Moran Maria Elena Suarez Ojeda Maria Nanette Macapagal Prodigalidad Maria Milagros de la Fuente Not awarded Joan Gatlin Salas Maria Nanette Macapagal Prodigalidad Joan Gatlin Salas Mercedes Ditas Zabarte Pacita Rosalinda Yuviengco

1974–85[edit]

Year Binibining Pilipinas Major Titles Runners-up
Universe International Miss Maja Pilipinas Young International First Second
Philippines 1974[5] Guadalupe Sanchez Erlynne Bernardez Pacita Guevarra Deborah Cabrera Enriquez Imelda Cajanding Cynthia Villanueva
Philippines 1975[5] Rose Marie Brosas Jaye Murphy Annette Liwanag Jean Cuala Saburit Hermenia Nenita Hernandez Maria Luisa Montinola
Philippines 1976[5] Elizabeth de Padua Maria Dolores Ascalon Cynthia Nakpil Marilou Javellana Fernandez Celita de Castro Maricel Quintos
Philippines 1977[5] Anna Lorraine Kier Maria Cristina Alberto Annabelle Arambulo Dorothy Sue Sulse Bradley Digna Ramos Diana Jeanne Christine Chiong
Philippines 1978[5] Jennifer Cortez Luz Policarpio Ligaya Pascual Anne Rose Thompson Blas Katherine Manuel Maria Luisa Montinola
Philippines 1979[5] Criselda Cecilio Mimilanie Marquez Ava Quibranza Maria Theresa Gerodias Carlson Perla Salig Catherine Veloso
Philippines 1980[6] Maria Rosario Silayan Diana Jeanne Christine Chiong Maria Asuncion Spirig Maria Felicidad Luis Susan Warsaw Africa Celestina Maristela
Philippines 1981[6] Maria Caroline Mendoza Alice Sacasas Josephine Bautista Joyce Ann Fellosas Burton Rosanna Peña Maria Dolores Lopez
Philippines 1982[6] Maria Isabel Lopez Maria Adela Lisa Manibog Nanette Cruz Sharon Georgina Hughes Maria Desiree Verdadero Maria Ana Liza Gino
Philippines 1983[6] Rosita Capuyon Flor Eden Pastrana Maria Anna Cadiz Shalymar Orcullo Alcantara Matea Leah Aurora Tagle Racquel Buenaventura
Philippines 1984[6] Maria Desiree Verdadero Catherine Jane Brummitt3 Maria Villa Bella Nachor3 Rachel Anne Bulawin Wolfe Corazon Tierro Anna Mari Lingad
Maria Villa Bella Nachor Catherine Jane Brummit
Philippines 1985[6] Joyce Ann Fellosas Burton Sabrina Simonette Marie Artadi Maria Luisa Gonzalez Divina Cristina Zaballero Alcala Glenah Marie Slaton Rita Rosanna Biazon

1986–99[edit]

Year Binibining Pilipinas Major Titles Runners-up
Universe World International Miss Maja Pilipinas Tourism First Second
Philippines 1986[6] Violeta Asela Naluz Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Jessie Alice Dixson Maria Cristina Recto Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Catharina Salazar Christine Bonifacio
Philippines 1987[6] Geraldine Edith Asis Maria Lourdes Enriquez Maria Luisa Jimenez Marie Avon Boyle Garcia Angela Larrazabal Rosabelle Adriano
Philippines 1988[6] Perfida Limpin Maria Anthea Robles Maria Muriel Moral Maritoni Judith Daya Amelia Joy dela Cruz Lorna Legaspi
Philippines 1989[6] Sara Jane Paez Lilia Eloisa Andanar Jeanne Therese Hilario Marichele Cruz Suzanne Park Fahling Michelle Blardony
Philippines 1990[7] Germelina Leah Padilla Jennifer Pingree Precious Bernadette Tongko Milagros Javelosa Mutya Crisostomo Laxa Leonor Cueto
Philippines 1991[7] Anjanette Abayari4 Maria Patricia Betita Maria Lourdes Gonzalez Not awarded Selina Manalad Jennette Fernando
Maria Lourdes Gonzalez4 Selina Manalad4 Jennette Fernando Anna Marie Torres
Philippines 1992[7] Elizabeth Berroya Marilen Espino5 Jo-Anne Timothea Alivio Marina Pura Benipayo5 Hazel Huelves Michelle Buan
Marina Pura Benipayo5
Philippines 1993[7] Melinda Joanna Gallardo Sharmaine Ruffa Gutierrez Sheela Mae Santarin Not awarded Jenette Fernando Cristina Ang Esguerra Myra Macariola
Philippines 1994[7] Charlene Mae Gonzales Bonnin Caroline Subijano Alma Concepcion Sheila Marie Dizon Abbygale Arenas Eda Calonia
Philippines 1995[7] Joanne Santos Reham Snow Tago Gladys Andre Dueñas Tiffany Cuna Not awarded Caroline Pobre Margaret Laing
Philippines 1996[7] Aileen Damiles Daisy Reyes Yedda Marie Kittilstvedt Not anymore part of Bb. Pilipinas Maria Sovietskaya Bacud Sonia Santiago
Philippines 1997[7] Abbygale Arenas Kristine Rachel Florendo Susan Jane Ritter Abiele Arianne del Moral Marivic Galang
Philippines 1998[7] Olivia Tisha Silang6 Rachel Soriano Colette Centeno Glazer Jewel May Lobaton6 Elsie Sicat
Jewel May Lobaton6 Elsie Sicat Esabela Cabrera
Philippines 1999[7] Janelle Bautista7 Miriam Quiambao7 Lalaine Edson7 Michelle Arcangel Joelle Marie Pelaez
Miriam Quiambao7 Lalaine Edson7 Georgina Anne Sandico7

2000–10[edit]

Year Binibining Pilipinas Major Titles Runners-up
Universe World International Tourism First Second
Philippines 2000 Nina Ricci Alagao Katherine Annwen de Guzman Joanna Maria Peñaloza Not awarded Maria Cristina Tan Nicole Hofer
Philippines 2001 Zorayda Ruth Andam Gilrhea Quinzon Maricarl Tolosa Michelle Cueva Reyes Maricar Balagtas
Philippines 2002 Karen Loren Agustin Katherine Anne Manalo Kristine Alzar Margaret Ann Bayot Maria Lourdes Magno
Philippines 2003 Carla Gay Balingit Maria Rafaela Yunon Jhezarie Javier Kate Sephora Baesa Noela Mae Evangelista
Philippines 2004 Maricar Balagtas Maria Karla Bautista Margaret Ann Bayot Tracy Ann Javelona Princess Jasmine Tiongson
Philippines 2005 Gionna Cabrera Carlene Aguilar Precious Lara Quigaman Wendy Valdez8 Wendy Valdez8 Melanie Lariosa Ediza
Philippines 2006 Lia Andrea Ramos Anna Maris Igpit Denille Lou Valmonte Not awarded8 Rosalyn Sirikit Santiago Jeanne Bernadette Bello
Philippines 2007 Anna Theresa Licaros Margaret Wilson Nadia Lee Cien Shami Leizel Verses Abigail Lesley Cruz
Philippines 2008 Jennifer Barrientos Janina San Miguel9 Patricia Fernandez Danielle Kirsten Castaño9 Elizabeth Jacqueline Nacuspag
Danielle Kirsten Castaño
Philippines 2009 Pamela Bianca Manalo Marie-Ann Umali Melody Adelheid Gersbach Richell Angalot Regina Hahn
Philippines 2010 Maria Venus Raj10 Czarina Catherine Gatbonton Krista Eileen Kleiner Dianne Elaine Necio11 Helen Nicolette Henson

2011–present[edit]

Year Binibining Pilipinas Major Titles Runners-up
Universe International Grand international Supranational Intercontinental Tourism First Second
Philippines 2011 Shamcey Supsup Dianne Elaine Necio Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Still not part of Bb. Pilipinas Isabella Angela Manjon Janine Marie Tugonon12 Mary Jean Lastimosa
Philippines 2012 Janine Marie Tugonon Nicole Cassandra Schmitz Elaine Kay Moll13 Katrina Jayne Dimaranan Elaine Kay Moll13 Annalie Forbes13
Annalie Forbes13
Philippines 2013 Ariella Arida Bea Rose Santiago Mutya Johanna Datul Joanna Cindy Miranda Pia Wurtzbach Not awarded
Philippines 2014 Mary Jean Lastimosa Mary Anne Bianca Guidotti Yvethe Marie Santiago Kris Tiffany Janson Parul Shah Laura Victoria Lehmann Hannah Ruth Sison
Philippines 2015 Pia Wurtzbach Janicel Lubina Parul Shah Rogelie Catacutan14 Christi Lynn McGarry14 Ann Lorraine Colis Hannah Ruth Sison Kimverlyn Suiza

Current titles[edit]

Miss Universe Philippines[edit]

From 1952 to 1957 and 1962 to 1963, the Miss Philippines pageant was held to select the representative of the Philippines to the Miss Universe pageant. This pageant did not send any representative from 1958 to 1961. In 1964, Stella Marquez-Araneta started the Binibining Pilipinas beauty pageant after acquiring the local franchise for Miss Universe.

The Miss Universe Philippines title was formerly called Binibining Pilipinas Universe. The title was changed in 2011 to conform to the international standards for the Miss Universe pageant. The current 2015 Miss Universe Philippines titleholder is Pia Wurtzbach.

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  •      Declared as Miss Universe
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss Universe
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss Universe
  •      Did not place but won a special award in Miss Universe
Year Delegate Hometown Placement in Miss Universe Other awards
United States 1964 Maria Myrna Sese Panlilio Mabalacat, Pampanga Did not place None
United States 1965 Louise Vail Aurelio Iloilo City, Iloilo Top 15 Semi-finalist None
United States 1966 Maria Clarinda Garces Soriano Bacoor, Cavite Top 15 Semi-finalist None
United States 1967 Pilar Delilah Veloso Pilapil Liloan, Cebu Did not place None
United States 1968 Rosario Roselio Zaragoza Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental Did not place None
United States 1969 Gloria Maria Aspillera Diaz Aringay, La Union Miss Universe 1969 10 Best in Swimsuit
United States 1970 Simonette Berenguer delos Reyes Pasay City, Metro Manila Did not place None
United States 1971 Vida Valentina Fernandez Doria Quezon City, Metro Manila Did not place Miss Photogenic
Puerto Rico 1972 Armi Barbara Quiray Crespo Pasay City, Metro Manila Top 12 Semi-finalist None
Greece 1973 Maria Margarita Roxas Moran Manila, Metro Manila Miss Universe 1973 Miss Photogenic
Philippines 1974 Guadalupe Cuerva Sanchez Pasay City, Metro Manila Top 12 Semi-finalist None
El Salvador 1975 Rose Marie Singson Brosas Makati, Rizal Fourth runner-up None
Hong Kong 1976 Elizbeth Samson de Padua Los Baños, Laguna Did not place None
Dominican Republic 1977 Anna Lorraine Tomas Kier Baguio City, Benguet Did not place None
Mexico 1978 Jennifer Mitzchek Cortez Mandaue City, Cebu Did not place None
Australia 1979 Criselda Flores Cecilio Quezon City, Metro Manila 49th place None
South Korea 1980 Maria Rosario "Chat" Rivera Silayan Malate, Manila, Metro Manila Third runner-up None
United States 1981 Maria Caroline de Vera Mendoza Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental 37th place None
Peru 1982 Maria Isabel Pagunsan Lopez Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental 21st Place None
United States 1983 Rosita Cornell Capuyon Calatagan, Batangas 13th place None
United States 1984 Maria Desiree Erese Verdadero San Pedro, Laguna Third runner-up None
United States 1985 Joyce Ann Fellosas Burton Cavite City, Cavite Did not place None
Panama 1986 Violeta Asela Enriquez Naluz Apalit, Pampanga 58th place None
Singapore 1987 Geraldine Edith Villarruz Asis Roxas City, Capiz Top 10 Semi-finalist (6th) None
Taiwan 1988 Perfida Reyes Limpin Tagbilaran City, Bohol 23rd Place None
Mexico 1989 Sara Jane Davis Paez Malabon, Metro Manila Did not place None
United States 1990 Germelina Leah Banal Padilla Tondo, Manila, Metro Manila 12th place None
United States 1991 Anjanette Palencia Abayari Iloilo City, Iloilo Resigned
Maria Lourdes Talam Gonzalez San Fernando, Pampanga 31st Place None
Thailand 1992 Elizabeth Garcia Berroya Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental 37th place None
Mexico 1993 Melinda Joanna "Dindi" Tanseco Gallardo Makati, Metro Manila 22nd Place None
Philippines 1994 Charlene Mae Gonzales Bonnin Quezon City, Metro Manila Top 6 Finalist Best National Costume & Most Beautiful Hair
Namibia 1995 Joanne Zapanta Santos San Fernando, Pampanga 16th place None
United States 1996 Aileen Marfori Damiles Las Piñas, Metro Manila 18th place Miss Photogenic
United States 1997 Abbygale Williamson Arenas Angeles City, Pampanga 11th place Miss Photogenic
United States 1998 Olivia Tisha Carlos Silang Toronto, Canada
Manila, Metro Manila
Dethroned
Jewel May Colmenares Lobaton Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Did not place None
Trinidad and Tobago 1999 Janelle Delfin Bautista Quezon City, Metro Manila Dethroned
Miriam Redito Quiambao Quezon City, Metro Manila First runner-up Clairol Herbal Essences Style
Cyprus 2000 Nina Ricci Caldo Alagao Makati City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Puerto Rico 2001 Zorayda Ruth Blanco Andam Baguio City, Benguet Did not place First runner-up for Best National Costume
Puerto Rico 2002 Karen Loren Medrano Agustin Manila, Metro Manila Did not place None
Panama 2003 Carla Gay Sunga Balingit Mexico, Pampanga Did not place None
Ecuador 2004 Maricar Manalaysay Balagtas Plaridel, Bulacan Did not place None
Thailand 2005 Gionna Jimenez Cabrera Pasig City, Metro Manila Did not place Miss Photogenic & Thai Royal Silk Award
United States 2006 Lia Andrea Aquino Ramos Davao City, Davao del Sur Did not place Miss Photogenic
Mexico 2007 Anna Theresa Luy Licaros Cuenca, Batangas Did not place Miss Photogenic
Vietnam 2008 Jennifer Tarol Barrientos San Mateo, Rizal Did not place None
The Bahamas 2009 Pamela Bianca Ramos Manalo Parañaque City, Metro Manila Did not place None
United States 2010 Maria Venus Bayonito Raj Bato, Camarines Sur Fourth runner-up None
Brazil 2011 Shamcey Gurrea Supsup General Santos City, South Cotabato Third runner-up None
United States 2012 Janine Marie Raymundo Tugonon Orion, Bataan First runner-up None
Russia 2013 Ariella Hernandez Arida Alaminos, Laguna Third runner-up Online Fan Vote
United States 2014 Mary Jean Ramirez Lastimosa Tulunan, North Cotabato Top 10 Finalist None
2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental TBD TBD

Binibining Pilipinas – International (for Miss International)[edit]

From 1960 to 1964 and 1966 to 1967, Miss Philippines pageant was held to select the representative of the Philippines to the Miss International. Prior to the BPCI's acquisition of the local franchise for the Miss International pageant in 1968, the Philippines already won a Miss International crown when Gemma Cruz-Araneta won the title in 1964.[8] And Isabelle Barnett Santos won first Runner-up in Binibining Pilipinas 1965, she was appointed to represent Philippines in Miss International 1965. In 1969, the title Binibining Pilipinas International was proclaimed together with the Binibining Pilipinas Universe in one coronation night. The Philippines has already won five Miss International crowns. The current title holder is Janicel Lubina.

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  •      Declared as Miss International
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss International
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss International
Year Delegate Hometown Placement in Miss International Other awards
United States 1965 Isabelle Barnett Santos TBD Did not place None
Japan 1968 Nenita Tuazon Ramos TBD Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1969 Margaret Rose Orbe Montinola TBD Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1970 Aurora McKenney Pijuan Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Miss International 1970 None
United States 1971 Evelyn Santos Camus Malabon, Metro Manila Second runner-up None
Japan 1972 Yolanda "Yogi" Adriatico Dominguez Calapan / Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro Second runner-up Best National Costume
Japan 1973 Maria Elena Suarez Ojeda TBD Fourth runner-up None
Japan 1974 Erlynne Reyes Bernardez TBD Did not place None
Japan 1975 Jaye Antonio Murphy TBD Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1976 Maria Dolores Suarez Ascalon Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1977 Maria Cristina "Pinky" dela Rosa Alberto TBD Attended the Miss International 1977 but withdrew from the competition
Japan 1978 Luz dela Cruz Policarpio TBD Did not place None
Japan 1979 Mimilanie "Melanie" Laurel Marquez Mabalacat, Pampanga Miss International 1979 Best in National Costume
Japan 1980 Diana Jeanne Christine Alegarme Chiong Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental Top 12 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1981 Alice Fernandez Sacasas TBD Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1982 Maria Adela Lisa Gingerich Manibog Filipino Community in Los Angeles, California Did not place None
Japan 1983 Flor Eden Guano Pastrana Malabon, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 1984 Catherine Jane Doucette Destura Brummitt Cebu City, Cebu Did not meet age requirement but she retained her title; competed at Miss Maja International 1984
Maria Villa Bella dela Peña Nachor TBD Did not place None
Japan 1985 Sabrina Simonette Marie Roig Artadi Parañaque City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 1986 Jessie Alice Celones Dixson Manila, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1987 Maria Lourdes Dizon Enriquez Apalit, Pampanga Did not place None
Japan 1988 Maria Anthea Oreta Robles  ?, Palawan Did not place None
Japan 1989 Lilia Eloisa Marfori Andanar Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental Did not place Miss Friendship
Japan 1990 Jennifer Perez Pingree Valenzuela City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 1991 Maria Patricia Guzman Betita Manila, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1992 Jo-Anne Timothea Babiera Alivio  ?, Quezon Did not place None
Japan 1993 Sheela Mae Capili Santarin Davao City, Davao del Sur Did not place None
Japan 1994 Alma Carvajal Concepcion  ?, Rizal Top 15 Semi-finalist Miss Friendship
Japan 1995 Gladys Andre Dimsay Dueñas Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1996 Yedda Marie Mendoza Kittilstvedt Cebu City, Cebu Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1997 Susan Jane Juan Ritter Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1998 Colette Centeno Glazer Manila, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 1999 Lalaine Bognot Edson Marikina City, Metro Manila Assumed the Binibining Pilipinas-World title
Georgina Anne dela Paz Sandico  ?, Albay Did not place None
Japan 2000 Joanna Maria Mijares Peñaloza Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 2001 Maricarl Canlas Tolosa Marikina City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 2002 Kristine Reyes Alzar Lipa, Batangas Did not place None
Japan 2003 Jhezarie Games Javier Manila, Metro Manila Did not place None
China 2004 Margaret Ann Awitan Bayot Makati City, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Japan 2005 Precious Lara San Agustin Quigaman Taguig City, Metro Manila Miss International 2005 Best National Costume, Photogenic
China 2006 Denille Lou Valena Valmonte Quezon City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 2007 Nadia Lee Cien dela Cruz Shami Midsayap, North Cotabato Did not place None
Macau 2008 Patricia Isabel Medina Fernandez Quezon City, Metro Manila Top 12 Semi-finalist (6th place) None
China 2009 Melody Adelheid Manuel Gersbach Daraga, Albay Top 15 Semi-finalist (4th place) None
China 2010 Krista Eileen Arrieta Kleiner Manila, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist (5th place) Miss Talent, Miss Expressive
China 2011 Dianne Elaine Samar Necio Polangui, Albay Top 15 Semi-finalist (8th place) Miss Internet Popularity
Japan 2012 Nicole Cassandra Maturan Schmitz Cebu City, Cebu Top 15 Semi-finalist (6th place) None
Japan 2013 Bea Rose Monterde Santiago Cataingan, Masbate Miss International 2013 None
Japan 2014 Mary Anne Bianca Garcia Guidotti Taguig City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Japan 2015 Janicel Jaranilla Lubina Narra, Palawan TBD TBD

Binibining Pilipinas – Supranational (for Miss Supranational)[edit]

Miss Supranational Philippines. sent the Philippines' delegates to Miss Supranational from 2011. In 2012, Binibining Pilipinas acquired the franchise and crowned the very first Binibining Pilipinas Supranational under Bb. Pilipinas Charities, Inc. The winner will represent the Philippines in the Miss Supranational pageant. The current titleholder is Rogelie Catacutan.

Color key
  •      Declared as Miss Supranational
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss Supranational
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss Supranational
Year Delegate Hometown Placement in Miss Supranational Other awards
Poland 2012 Elaine Kay Tancio Moll  ?, Northern Samar Third runner-up None
Belarus 2013 Mutya Johanna Fontiveros Datul Santa Maria, Isabela Miss Supranational 2013 Miss Personality
Poland 2014 Yvethe Marie Avisado Santiago Daraga, Albay Top 20 Semi-finalist None
Poland 2015 Rogelie Ardosa Catacutan Cebu City, Cebu TBD TBD

Binibining Pilipinas – Intercontinental (for Miss Intercontinental)[edit]

Mutya ng Pilipinas, Inc. sent the Philippines' delegates to Miss Intercontinental from 1993 to 2013. In 2014, Binibining Pilipinas acquired the franchise and crowned the very first Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental under Bb. Pilipinas Charities, Inc. The winner will represent the Philippines in the Miss Intercontinental pageant. The current titleholder is Christi Lynn McGarry.[9]

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  •      Declared as Miss Intercontinental
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss Intercontinental
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss Intercontinental
Year Delegate Hometown Placement in Miss Intercontinental Other awards
Germany 2014 Kris Tiffany Maslog Janson Cebu City, Cebu Second runner-up Continental Queen of Asia and Oceania, Miss Photogenic
Germany 2015 Christi Lynn Landrito McGarry Nabua, Camarines Sur TBD TBD

Binibining Pilipinas – Grand International (for Miss Grand International)[edit]

As of 2015 Parul Shah, who was crowned Binibining Pilipinas (Miss Philippines) Tourism in 2014, will compete in Miss Grand International 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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  •      Declared as Miss Grand International
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss Grand International
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Grand International

Binibining Pilipinas – Globe (for Miss Globe)[edit]

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  •      Declared as Miss Globe
  •      Ended as runner-up in Miss Globe
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss Globe

Former titles[edit]

Binibining Pilipinas – World (for Miss World)[edit]

The Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. selected the Philippines' representative to the Miss World pageant from 1992 to 2010. The local title was renamed to Binibining Pilipinas World and was added to the two other major beauty titles: Binibining Pilipinas Universe and Binibining Pilipinas International respectively.

The Philippines highest placement came in 2013 when Megan Young won Miss World but she won in Miss World Philippines to represent the country in Miss World. In 1993, Ruffa Gutierrez placed third. Czarina Catherine Ramos Gatbonton, the representative of the Philippines in Miss World 2010, is the last Binibining Pilipinas World titleholder.

In 2011, Julia Morley ended the contract with Binibining Pilipinas and awarded the franchise to Cory Quirino to hold Miss World Philippines, a separate national pageant for the Philippines' representatives to the Miss World pageant.[10]

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  •      Declared as Miss World
  •      Ended as runner-up or as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss World
  •      Ended as one of the top semi-finalists in Miss World
Year Delegate Hometown Placement in Miss World Other awards
South Africa 1992 Marilen Camilen Espino Angeles City, Pampanga Did not compete due to illness
Marina Pura Abad-Santos Benipayo Manila, Metro Manila Did not place None
South Africa 1993 Sharmaine Ruffa Rama Gutierrez Manila, Metro Manila Second Runner-up Miss World Asia & Oceania
South Africa 1994 Caroline Villarosa Subijano Manila, Metro Manila Top 10 Semi-finalist None
South Africa 1995 Reham Snow Hamdi Tago Manila, Metro Manila Did not place None
India 1996 Daisy Garcia Reyes Parañaque City, Metro Manila Did not place Miss Personality
Seychelles 1997 Kristine Rachel Gumabao Florendo Quezon City, Metro Manila Did not place None
Seychelles 1998 Rachel Muyot Soriano ?, Bulacan Did not place None
United Kingdom 1999 Miriam Redito Quiambao Quezon City, Metro Manila Assumed the Binibining Pilipinas Universe title
Lalaine Bognot Edson Marikina City, Metro Manila Did not place None
United Kingdom 2000 Katherine Annwen Dantes de Guzman San Carlos, Pangasinan Did not place None
South Africa 2001 Gilrhea Castañeda Quinzon  ?, La Union Did not place None
United Kingdom 2002 Katherine Anne Ramos Manalo Parañaque City, Metro Manila Top 10 Finalist None
China 2003 Maria Rafaela Verdadero Yunon Manila, Metro Manila Fourth Runner-up None
China 2004 Maria Karla Rabanal Bautista Cebu City, Cebu Fourth Runner-up Miss World Asia & Oceania
China 2005 Carlene Ang Aguilar Quezon City, Metro Manila Top 15 Semi-finalist None
Poland 2006 Anna Maris Arcay Igpit Panglao, Bohol Did not place None
China 2007 Margaret Nales Wilson Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Did not place None
South Africa 2008 Janina Miller San Miguel Quezon City, Metro Manila Resigned
Danielle Kirsten Muriel Castaño Quezon City, Metro Manila Did not place None
South Africa 2009 Marie-Ann Bonquin Umali Batangas City, Batangas Did not place None
China 2010 Czarina Catherine Ramos Gatbonton Malolos, Bulacan Did not place None

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In Binibining Pilipinas 1964, the first and second runner-up titles were known as Miss Waling-waling and Miss Ilang-ilang respectively.
  2. ^ a b Isabelle Barnett Santos was appointed to represent the Philippines in the Miss International 1965 in Long Beach, California.
  3. ^ a b In 1984, Catherine Jane Doucette Destura Brummitt was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-International. However, due to some entry restrictions, she was replaced by Miss Maja Pilipinas 1984, Maria Villa Bella dela Peña Nachor. Despite not being able to compete in Miss International, she still retained her title. She was then sent to Miss Maja International 1984 pageant where she placed as one of the semi-finalists.
  4. ^ a b c In 1991, Anjanette Palencia Abayari was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-Universe but was dethroned because she was an American citizen. Maria Lourdes Gonzalez, that year's Miss Maja Pilipinas, replaced her as Miss Philippines in the Miss Universe pageant held in Las Vegas, Nevada. After Maria Lourdes Gonzalez was handed the Binibining Pilipinas-Universe title, the Miss Maja Pilipinas title was handed to Selina Manalad.[11]
  5. ^ a b c In 1992 Marilen Camilen Espino was crowned as the very first Binibining Pilipinas-World. Days before her departure for the 1992 Miss World pageant, she was replaced by Miss Maja Pilipinas Marina Pura Abad-Santos Benipayo as Philippine representative due to health reasons. Despite not being able to compete in Miss World, she still retained her title.
  6. ^ a b c In 1998, Olivia Tisha Carlos Silang was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-Universe, but dethroned due to her Canadian citizenship. Jewel May Lobaton, the first runner-up, was selected as the Philippine representative in the Miss Universe pageant held in Honolulu, Hawaii.[11]
  7. ^ a b c d e f In 1999, Janelle Delfin Bautista was crowned Binibining Pilipinas-Universe, but was dethroned because of citizenship issues. Miriam Redito Quiambao, the Binibining Pilipinas-World, was asked to assume the title.[11] Lalaine Bognot Edson who was originally crowned Binibining Pilipinas-International was appointed as Binibining Pilipinas-World when original titleholder Miriam Redito Quiambao was officially given the Binibining Pilipinas0Universe crown. Georgina Anne Sandico who finished as a semi-finalist in the 1999 pageant was then appointed as Binibining Pilipinas-International upon the designation of original titleholder Lalaine Bognot Edson as Binibining Pilipinas-World.
  8. ^ a b c The Binibining Pilipinas-Tourism was a special title awarded to Wendy Valdez who was also the first runner-up of the 2005 edition.[12] Wendy Manalus Valdez was not able to attend the pageant as the official franchise holder of Miss Tourism Queen International was given to Carousel Productions. Carousel Productions chose their own representative in the pageant's 2005 until 2009. Binibining Pilipinas-Tourism will only become an official title in the pageant's 2011 edition.
  9. ^ a b In 2008, Janina San Miguel won the Binibining Pilipinas-World title but later resigned. She was replaced by Danielle Castaño.[13]
  10. ^ In 2010, Maria Venus Raj, the winner of Binibining Pilipinas Universe 2010 was dethroned due to "inconsistencies" between her birth certificate and the personal account of her birth and for a few days was replaced by Helen Nicolette Henson, the second runner-up of the same pageant. Politicians criticized the pageant's decision of dethroning Venus Raj and not immediately replacing her with the first runner-up.[14][15] On April 10, 2010, the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. reversed their decision allowing Raj to reclaim her title pending correction of the minor technicalities or clerical error contained on her birth record and obtainment of a valid Philippine passport.
  11. ^ In 2011, Dianne Elaine Samar Necio was the 1st runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2010. However, she decided to resign as a first runner up to compete for the 2011 pageant. And Yet, she was crowned as Binibining Pilipinas-International.
  12. ^ Janine Marie Tugonon was the first runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2011. However, she decided to resign as a first runner up of Binibining Pilipinas 2011 to compete for the 2012 pageant. And Yet, she was crowned as Miss Universe Philippines 2012.
  13. ^ a b In 2012, when Binibining Pilipinas 2012 first runner-up, Elaine Moll was awarded the title Binibining Pilipinas-Supranational and became that year's official representative to the Miss Supranational. Binibining Pilipinas 2012 second runner-up, Annalie Forbes replaced her as the first runner-up. Annalie 'Ali' Forbes was then appointed and given the title of Miss Grand Philippines by the Miss Grand International organizers and John dela Vega to be the Philippines' first representative to the first Miss Grand International, where she placed third runner-up.
  14. ^ a b In 2015, there was an speculation about the possibility of a crown switching between the declared Binibining Pilipinas Supranational who is Rogelie Catacutan with Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental 2015 Christi Lynn McGarry, since Christi have already represented the country in the Miss Intercontinental pageant in 2010. But in March 18, 2015, three days after the Coronation Night, Missosology Philippines posted in their Facebook Account the text message sent by the BPCI regarding the issue, saying that McGarry is still eligible to compete in the Miss Intercontinental 2015 Pageant, thus there would be no "crown switching" that will happen.[16]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "Defining moments of Binibining Pilipinas through the years". The Daily Tribune. March 5, 2013. Retrieved September 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ Ricky Lo (October 17, 2008). "Miss International beauties who visited RP". The Philippine Star. Retrieved September 7, 2013. 
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  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Binibining Pilipinas in the 70s". Veestars. Retrieved September 12, 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Binibining Pilipinas in the 80s". Veestars. Retrieved September 12, 2013. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Binibining Pilipinas in the 90s". Veestars. Retrieved September 14, 2013. 
  8. ^ Luis H. Francia (August 25, 2013). "Lives larger than themselves". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved September 10, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental: New Title Added to 2014 Bb. Pilipinas Coronation". Philippine News. March 19, 2014. Retrieved March 19, 2014. 
  10. ^ Patricia Esteves (January 26, 2011). "A separate Miss World-Philippines search". The Philippine Star. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  11. ^ a b c "Top 10 Dethroned Beauty Queens". Spot.PH. April 26, 2010. pp. 1–6. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  12. ^ Ricky Lo (April 2, 2005). "Body Talk with Wendy Valdez". The Philippine Star. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  13. ^ "RP's bet to Ms. World 2008 Janina San Miguel quits". ABS-CBN News. September 30, 2008. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  14. ^ Michael Lim Ubac (April 10, 2010). "2 NP women bets take up cudgels for dethroned beauty". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved September 10, 2013. 
  15. ^ MS Arguelles (April 5, 2010). "Salceda dismayed over Raj's ouster as reigning Bb. Pilipinas Universe". Philippine Information Agency. Retrieved September 10, 2013. 
  16. ^ "Missosology Philippines Facebook Account". Missosology Philippines. March 18, 2015. Retrieved March 19, 2015. 

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