Valerie Weigmann Crowned Miss World Philippines 2014

Valerie Weigmann was crowned the title of Miss World Philippines 2014 at the conclusion of the national pageant held on October 12nd, 2014 at the Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City. She will represent Philippines at the upcoming Miss World 2014 pageant, scheduled for December 2014 in London England.

Miss World Philippines 2014 - Valerie Weigmann

Newly crowned Miss World Philippines 2014 Valerie Weigmann (C) and her runners-up. Photo credit: Bong Tan.

Valerie Weigmann - Miss World Philippines 2014

Valerie Weigmann wins Miss World Philippines 2014 and will compete in the Miss World 2014 pageant.

Weigmann, 24, is a regular co-host of GMA Network’s Eat Bulaga. She was also part of the second season of Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition and TV5’s Kidlat.

Valerie Weigmann is of Filipino, German and Danish descent, Weigmann joined “Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition” in 2008, where Ejay Falcon was proclaimed winner. After her “PBB” stint, she went on to star in TV commercials, co-host noontime shows and appear on magazines. Her most popular commercial to date is probably her Close-Up commercial with Ian Batherson. On 2014, she became a regular co-host of the noontime show of GMA Network, Eat Bulaga!

She has been a favorite for the crown from the beginning and she won six of the 11 special awards given out earlier in the program.

The first runner-up was Lorraine Kendrickson
The second runner-up was Nelda Ibe
The third runner-up was Nicole Donesa
The fourth runner-up was Rachel Louise Peters

Miss World Philippines 2014 Top 13 Semi-finalists:
16. Ina Dominica E. Guerrero
7. Rachel Louise O. Peters
14. Nicole R. Donesa
12. Christine R. Balaguer
6. Kristine Angeli Q. Estoque
3. Alexa R. Kirby
4. Priscilla Kimberley Dela Cruz
13. Kimberly Anne T. Sarreal
17. Kimberly L. Pajares
20. Nelda C. Ibe
1. Lorraine C. Kendrickson
5. Gazini Christiana J. Ganados
19. Valerie C. Weigmann

Why should you be Ms. World?

Valerie Answer: i believe in empathy and compassion. We can all be advocate of change.

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