Lin-ay sang Negros 2011

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Lin-ay sang Negros 2011, the 17th edition of the annual Lin-ay sang Negros pageant was held on April 9, 2011 at the Pana-ad Stadium.[1] A total of 24 candidates from all over Negros Occidental joined the pageant. Lin-ay sang Negros 2010 Kareen Ty of Silay City, along with Senator Jinggoy Estrada and First Lady of Negros Occidental Dr. Marilyn Marañon, crowned her successor, Ann Marie Malayo, at the end of the event.[2]

Final results[edit]

Final Result City/Municipality Name
Lin-ay sang Negros 2012 Hinoba-an Ann Marie Malayo
1st Runner-Up Cadiz City Angela Joy P. Johns
2nd Runner Up Bacolod City Mary Catherine Abayon
Top 10 Candoni Jessa Costelo
Top 10 Pulupandan Mary Grace Unabia
Top 10 Silay City Nathalie Persalida
Top 10 Victorias City Saiphil Nipales
Top 10 Talisay City Frances Keith Torres
Top 10 Binalbagan Tiffany Grace Gentica
Top 10 San Carlos City Janine Eborda

Special awards[edit]

Special Award Winner Name
Best in Evening Gown Hinoba-an Ann Marie Malayo
Best in Swimsuit Hinoba-an Ann Marie Malayo
Miss Placenta Cadiz City Angela Joy P. Johns
Best in Talent Bacolod City Catherine Ann Abayon
Lin-ay sang SM Department Store Bacolod City Catherine Ann Abayon
Miss SunStar Readers' Choice Bacolod City Catherine Ann Abayon
Miss Energy Development Corporation Bacolod City Catherine Ann Abayon
Miss Congeniality San Carlos City Janine Eborda
Miss Photogenic Kabankalan City Joy Magielen Jontillano
Best in Festival Costume Talisay City Frances Keith Torres
Muse of the Media Candoni Jessa Costelo
Miss Fit 'n Right Binalbagan Tiffany Grace Gentica
Miss Extract Binalbagan Tiffany Grace Gentica
Miss Island Living Channel Binalbagan Tiffany Grace Gentica
Negros Navigation Princess Binalbagan Tiffany Grace Gentica
Miss Gandang Index La Carlota City Belle Regine Chavez
Miss GMA Kapuso Candoni Jessa Costelo
Miss Olive-C Candoni Jessa Costelo
Miss SM City Bacolod Candoni Jessa Costelo
Miss SuperFerry Victorias City Saiphil Nipales
Miss Globe Hinigaran Quelch Ann Federez

Other pageant notes[edit]

Significant Notes[edit]

  • Hinoba-an won its second title. The first was in 1998 by Jerene Vinco.
  • Cadiz made its first Top 3 placement since the pageant's inception in 1994.

Panel of judges[edit]

  • Mikael Daez - model
  • Barbara Salvador - beauty queen
  • Dr. Mae Panes - doctor
  • Leo Nilo Agustin - tourism officer
  • Ben Jimena - tourism officer

Hosts[edit]

  • Binibining Pilipinas - World 2006 Ann Mariz Igpit
  • John Arceo

References[edit]

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