Viva spoofs 'A Secret Affair'

The entertainment production company behind the blockbuster film "A Secret Affair" has made its own parody of the romance-drama movie that stars Anne Curtis and Andi Eigenmann.
 
 
Viva Films, via its official YouTube page, released Tuesday a video that spoofs scenes in "A Secret Affair," which premiered in theaters nationwide October 24.

"A Secret Affair" earlier became a popular topic among netizens for its memorable lines.

The Viva-made spoof puts these at the forefront, and lends it a comedic twist with over-the-top acting.

After impersonating Curtis at a recent press conference for the film, comedian Jon Santos portrays "Panty Eigenmann" in the parody video. Filipina YouTube sensation and Viva talent Ashley Rivera, meanwhile, is "An-An Kutis" in the 8-minute short.

Also featured in the video is "Derek Elizabeth Ramsay," taking from the names of the hunk actor and the veteran stage comedienne.
 
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GMA 2012 Christmas Station ID – ‘Walang Imposible sa Pasko ng Kapuso’


Through four equally heartwarming vignettes, the Kapuso Station takes viewers to a special place where dreams become a reality if one will only believe in the true meaning of the Season.

The first vignette “Bituin” highlights the magical feeling found in making a child’s wish come true as a little boy, determined to play the lead role in a Nativity play, receives a big surprise from his parents.

The joy of spending Christmas with the entire family is given focus in the second vignette, “Handa,” where a couple living abroad reminisces about spending Christmas in the Philippines.


Meanwhile, another vignette, “Karoling” tells how Christmas can open doors of unexpected opportunities. Here, a teenage boy, who finds it difficult to approach his long-time crush, gets a necessary push from his friends, making way for an unexpected encounter between the two.

Finally, in “Puting Pasko,” a woman dreams of having a white Christmas in the Philippines. In the spirit of love, her husband goes the extra mile and grants his wife’s winter wonderland wish.

With this campaign, GMA wishes to bring forth the far greater joy that giving brings especially during the Holiday season.

For behind the scene photos and videos of Walang Imposible Sa Pasko ng Kapuso, visit the GMA web portal at www.gmanetwork.com.

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Man sues his wife for being 'ugly'

No, it’s not just a brilliant bit of Photoshopping, this is the same woman, before and after cosmetic surgery. Definitely a case of nip tuck wizardry but why’s this making headlines around the world? Because her husband (now ex) has taken her to court and won a $120,000 settlement for being duped by her ‘fake’ beauty.

The crazy ruling has taken place in China and started after Jian Feng and his wife (who’s still unnamed despite her picture being beamed across websites around the world)  got pregnant with their first child. The man described his daughter as ‘incredibly ugly’ when she was born and said she resembled neither him nor his wife. And so Jian began to accuse her of cheating on him. After months of false accusations, Jian’s wife couldn’t take the strain any more and decided to come clean – no, she hadn’t had an affair, but the reason their daughter looked nothing like her was because in fact she’d spent $100,000 on dozens of plastic surgery procedures to transform her looks. Only she’d never told her husband about her little makeover.

Jian's wife, before and after surgery. (Screengrab of photo from KTLA video clip)

So naturally, what would a loving husband and father do? Divorce his wife of course and win the whopping payout (awarded by a male judge, surprise surprise). Hmm, you’ve got to wonder what kind of man would shun his own child because he thinks she’s too ugly – one who was shallow enough to only love his wife for her looks, perhaps?




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June Macasaet is Manhunt Philippines 2012 winner

The Philippine representative to the 2012 Manhunt International pageant is former Century Superbods finalist, June Macasaet.
 
 
The Philippines has a strong candidate in Manhunt International this year and he is no other than ramp model June Macasaet (still sad about Mr. International, though).


The 28-year-old hunk from Batangas stands 6’1″ and was among the finalists of Century Tuna Superbods earlier this year. He will represent the country in the upcoming Manhunt International 2012 which is happening this November 11, 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand.



Will June become the first Filipino to win Manhunt International? Forget the other male pageant. In this one, we definitely have a chance to win.
 
 
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The Seventh Charge: The Story of the Great Escape

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Starting with today’s Senate impeachment hearing, we have come to the most shocking case of how Renato C. Corona held loyalty to Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo above all other considerations. The case of how he aided, and abetted, Mrs. Arroyo’s attempt to make her Great Escape. And how, in the process, the Chief Justice turned a blind eye to his Court Administrator –Hello, Midas!—giving the wrong information to the public, which helped pave the way for the Arroyos failed attempt to escape. And how, furthermore, the Chief Justice, seeing how a fellow Justice wasn’t about to turn a blind eye to the shenanigans going on in the Court, aided and abetted another Justice’s efforts to prevent a dissenting opinion from being published –something that has never happened before in the entire history of the Supreme Court.

In November of last year, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and her husband was placed on a Watch List by the Secretary of Justice. Secretary Leila de Lima did it on the basis of DOJ Circular No. 41 issued during GMA’s presidency. To escape her looming day of reckoning in the courts, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo embarked on a means to enable her to escape.

Again, in this instance, Corona hides behind the majority that voted to allow GMA to go. But he, personally, as Chief Justice, is liable for what he did to assist in the Arroyo’s attempt to make a great escape.

You will recall that on November 15, 2011, when the Supreme Court voted to issue a TRO to allow Mrs. Arroyo and her husband –to simplify matters, the separate petitions of GMA and FG were combined, something unusual in itself—it imposed three conditions for the TRO: the Arroyos, the court said, would have to post a 2 million peso bond, give their lawyer a special power of attorney and to report to a Philippine embassy or consulate while abroad.

During the deliberations of the Supreme Court, one Justice proposed that the Supreme Court’s resolution should include a phrase stating, categorically, that the TRO was suspended until the conditions had been met. This was rejected by the majority because, as one Justice put it, it’s clear that precisely because the TRO had accompanying conditions, it could not go into effect until the conditions were met.

But here, Midas enters the scene. He told the media that the TRO was “in full force and effect.” By 6 pm, the Arroyos had, on the surface, complied with the conditions imposed by the Supreme Court: they’d posted a 2 million peso bond, and given their lawyer, Hitler-loving Ferdinand Topacio, a special power of attorney.

The only problem was, considering how Topacio was willing to bet an egg the Arroyos would come back, he and the Arroyos were in such a rush that they actually were counting their chickens before they’d hatched. The Arroyos, who received the Supreme Court’s TRO way ahead of the Department of Justice, managed to post a bond, sign a power of attorney, book not one, but several flights, and pack their bags. But they were sloppy: their power of attorney said they appointed Topacio “to produce summons or receive documentary evidence.” But this is not what the Court required. What it required was precisely worded in the TRO: to “receive subpoena, orders and other legal processes” on behalf of his clients, the Arroyos. Maybe Mrs. Arroyo was still used to being president because what she granted Topacio was not a power of attorney, but the power to act like a judge.

We know what happened next. Mrs. Arroyo stampeded –or was wheeled—to the airport, but prevented from leaving because unlike the Arroyos, the Secretary of Justice was not about to act with undue haste, and insisted on reading the TRO which hadn’t been delivered to her at the time the Arroyos attempted to escape. The day after that, a court issued a warrant of arrest for Mrs. Arroyo and so she ended up stuck in St. Luke’s hospital en route to detention in the Veteran’s Memorial Medical Center.

The day after that, or three days after the foiled Great Escape, the Supreme Court met to discuss whether to reconsider their TRO. During the discussions, it became clear that the Arroyos, on November 15, hadn’t complied with the condition concerning the power of attorney. When a Justice suggested that it be placed on the record that as of November 15, when they went to the airport, the Arroyo’s hadn’t validly complied with the Court’s conditions, no one objected.

This is all pretty straightforward until November 23, when Justice Velasco submitted his draft which mentioned the Arroyos hadn’t met the second condition when they tried to leave, but which didn’t mention that the TRO was not in force until the conditions had all been properly met. Justice Velasco’s attention was called to this; he said he didn’t get it, what was the big deal? And then, the shocker: when the Clarificatory Resolution was issued, dated November 23, it said the opposite of what had been agreed on in November 15 and 18: it said not only had the Arroyos met the condition for a valid power of attorney, but that the TRO had never been suspended and remained in full force.

The Clarificatory Resolution, then, was not what was agreed on, not once, but twice, by the majority and minority in the Supreme Court, was the handiwork not of Justice Velasco, who said he simply didn’t get what the whole fuss was about, but was the handiwork, instead, of Chief Justice Renato Corona.

It went downhill from there. Neither the Chief Justice nor the rest of the majority budged, when their attention was called to the astounding sequence of events on November 29. The saga continued when, on December 2, Associate Justice Sereno’s dissent was submitted for promulgation –and not published. Not until December 5, upon further inquiry, did it slowly turn out that Sereno’s dissent was not published on orders from above: Justice Velasco instructed the Clerk of Court not to publish the dissent, because it would be discussed by the Court on December 6. The Chief Justice, when asked by the Clerk of Court, confirmed Velasco’s instruction –thus assuming command responsibility for the travesty.

Things dragged out some more, until finally, on December 13, Justice Sereno’s dissent was published. And it was damning: no wonder both Justice Velasco and the Chief Justice wanted to suppress it. In it, Sereno revealed that the contrary to –Hello, Midas—Marquez’s statements, the Court had not voted 9-4 to uphold the validity of the TRO despite the Arroyos’ non compliance. Instead, the Court had voted 7-6 to declare non-compliance. She also revealed how the Justices, with the support of the Chief Justice, had tried to prevent a fellow Justice from publishing her dissenting opinion. And how, furthermore, all that time, the Court’s Spokesperson –Hello, Midas—had continued stating false information to the public: information the Chief Justice knew was false. Yet he did nothing, from November 15 onwards, to correct, much less discipline, his spokesman.

Instead, the Chief Justice focused his energies on prejudging the Secretary of Justice, as shown by the wording he insisted upon in the Show Cause Order he imposed on Secretary de Lima; and he apparently was more focused on passing off fiction as a Clarificatory Resolution of the Court, further muddling an already contentious issue.

So what the Chief Justice did, was he aided and abetted GMA by way of his spokesman who misled the public about the effectivity of the TRO handed down by the Court. He never corrected his spokesman on November 15 up to the present and instead, intervened to write a Clarificatory Resolution based on fiction and not fact, and then tried to censor a fellow Justice fully entitled to publish her dissenting opinion.

And so, this is why today began the hearing on Article VII of the Articles of Impeachment.

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Author: Manuel L. Quezon III

Manuel L. Quezon III was born in 1970 and currently hosts the weekly programs The Explainer and The Explainer Dialogues on the ANC cable news channel. He has been an opinion and editorial writer and editor since 1994. At present he is head of the Speaker’s Bureau, columnist, and an editorial writer for The Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper; and Assistant Managing Editor and editorial writer for The Philippines Free Press weekly news magazine. He is also a blogger. He has received various awards for his professional work, including a Palance Award for the Essay in English and being named Opinion Writer of the Year in 1994 and 2005 by the Rotary Club of Manila’s Journalism Awards, the oldest journalism awards in the country.

Disclaimer: The views in this blog are those of the blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points.



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Sophie Albert and Vin Abrenica are the winners of ‘Artista Academy’

Sophie Albert and Vin Abrenica emerged as Best Actress and Best Actor of Artista Academy respectively, during the Awards Night held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Saturday, October 27, 2012.

Sophie Albert, dubbed as the “Artistic Chick of Mandaluyong,” bested fellow female honor listers Shaira Mae and Chanel Morales and emerged as the first Best Actress winner of Artista Academy.
 
 
On the other hand, the “Singing Hunk of Pampanga” Vin Abrenica, bested fellow male finalists Mark Neumann and Akihiro Blanco for the first Best Actor award of Artista Academy.
 
 
Vin and Sophie each bagged a total of P10 million worth of prize package which includes a trophy especially crafted by Leeroy New, a condominium unit at Lakefront in Parañaque City, 1 million pesos cash, a Toyota Innova and an exclusive TV5 contract with a minimum guarantee of P5 million. 
 
Hosted by Cesar Montano, the Artista Academy Awards Night showcased all six Honor Students’ talent in singing, dancing and also in acting via a short film directed by Eric Quizon (for the 3 girls) and Bb. Joyce Bernal (for the 3 guys).

After their performances, they received their final critiques from Mac Alejandre, Gelli de Belen, Lorna Tolentino and Wilma Galvante who were all impressed on their growth as the industry’s future stars.

Veteran actor Eddie Garcia presented the Best Actress award to Sophie while superstar Nora Aunor presented the Best Actor award to Vin. Both winners will also become new Close Up ambassadors and lead stars of an upcoming teleserye on TV5.

It was also announced that the non-winning honor students Akihiro Blanco, Chanel Morales, Shaira Mae and Mark Neumann, together with Tropang Kick-Out members Benjo Leoncio, Brent Manzano, Chris Leonardo, Jon Orlando, Malak So Shdifat, Marvelous Alejo, Nicole Estrada and Stephanie Rowe, will all become exclusive TV5 talents. All of them will star in an upcoming youth-oriented series on the Kapatid Network titled “Forever Barkada.”
 
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Vhong, Billy dance with lights on 'Showtime'


Sexy dancing duo Vhong Navarro and Billy Crawford on Tuesday showcased their dance prowess for the 3rd anniversary of "It's Showtime." Navarro and Crawford wowed the audience as they used lights in their performance. It's Showtime, October 26, 2012

WATCH: 
Anne Curtis and Karylle: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Jugs and Teddy: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Azkals, Coleen, Baby Joy: http://bit.ly/VsArmb
Ryan Bang, Kuya Kim: http://bit.ly/Pv6YeA
Shirtless Paulo Avelino joins Vice, Jhong: http://bit.ly/VLPuNy
Vhong, Billy: http://bit.ly/WNFZMZ

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Shirtless Paulo Avelino joins Vice, Jhong on 'Showtime'


The Queen and King of "Sampol," Vice Ganda and Jhong Hilario on Thursday spoofed ABS-CBN's upcoming series "A Beautiful Affair" during the 3rd anniversary of "It's Showtime." The "Unkabogable" duo also mimicked scenes from hit film "Soltera," which originally starred Diether Ocampo and Maricel Soriano, who is a guest judge of the show. Ganda and Hilario also showed off their singing and dancing prowess with special guest, "Walang Hanggan" star Paulo Avelino. It's Showtime, October 25, 2012.

WATCH: 
Anne Curtis and Karylle: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Jugs and Teddy: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Azkals, Coleen, Baby Joy: http://bit.ly/VsArmb
Ryan Bang, Kuya Kim: http://bit.ly/Pv6YeA
Shirtless Paulo Avelino joins Vice, Jhong: http://bit.ly/VLPuNy
Vhong, Billy: http://bit.ly/WNFZMZ

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Ryan Bang, Kuya Kim perform for 'It's Showtime' anniversary


Korean comedian Ryan Bang faced his fear of heights as he performed with Kim Atienza and Angeline Quinto for the third anniversary of "It's Showtime" on Wednesday. Aside from his comic pole dancing stunt, Bang also tried an aerial dance. It's Showtime, October 24, 2012

WATCH: 
Anne Curtis and Karylle: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Jugs and Teddy: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Azkals, Coleen, Baby Joy: http://bit.ly/VsArmb
Ryan Bang, Kuya Kim: http://bit.ly/Pv6YeA
Shirtless Paulo Avelino joins Vice, Jhong: http://bit.ly/VLPuNy
Vhong, Billy: http://bit.ly/WNFZMZ

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Azkals, Coleen, Baby Joy perform tribal dance on 'It's Showtime'


Eric "Eruption" Tai performed a Maori-inspired tribal dance with fellow athletes, basketball star Asi Taulava and Philippine Azkals members Anton del Rosario, Lexton Moy and Jason Sabio for the third anniversary of "It's Showtime." Also performing for the Wednesday group were Coleen Garcia, who danced with albino python and real-life boyfriend Gab Valenciano, while Baby Joy showed off her pole-dancing skills. It's Showtime, October 24, 2012

WATCH: 
Anne Curtis and Karylle: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Jugs and Teddy: http://bit.ly/U0ZR9u
Azkals, Coleen, Baby Joy: http://bit.ly/VsArmb
Ryan Bang, Kuya Kim: http://bit.ly/Pv6YeA
Shirtless Paulo Avelino joins Vice, Jhong: http://bit.ly/VLPuNy
Vhong, Billy: http://bit.ly/WNFZMZ

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The 'personality-driven home' of Sam Milby


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The Amazing Race Philippines – Race Rules

Not yet familiar with the terms and game mechanics of “The Amazing Race Philippines”? TV5 has released an infographic to let the viewers get familiarized with the show’s terms like “Fast Forward,” “Intersection,” “Road Block,” “Detour,” etc. Check it out!
 
 
 
 

The Amazing Race Philippines – Meet the 11 Teams

 
 
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Australian nabbed after posting sex video online

San Vicente, Ilocos Sur - Arestado ang isang Australian matapos mag-post sa Facebook ng sex video nilang mag-asawa. Galit na galit ang kanyang misis na Pinay. Gusto ngayon ng pamilya ng Pinay na ipatupad na ang cybercrime law para mabigyan ng mas mabigat na parusa ang banyaga. - Bryan Realgo, ABS-CBN News

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October 2012 Interior Design Licensure Examination results released in thirteen (13) working days

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 172 out of 311 passed the Interior Design Licensure Examination given by the Board of Interior Design in Manila this October 2012. The result of examination with respect to one (1) examinee was withheld pending final determination of her liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.

The members of the Board of Interior Design are Sonia Santiago-Olivares, Chairman; Kathryn Milagrosa B. Abaño and Maria Carlota D. Hilvano, Members.

The results were released in thirteen (13) working days after the last day of examination.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will start on Tuesday, November 13, 2012. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2012-2015. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.

  • Performance of schools in the October 2012 Interior Designer Licensure Examination
Performance of schools in the October 2012 Interior Designer Licensure Examination
  • List of successful examinees in the October 2012 Interior Designer Licensure Examination
List of successful examinees in the October 2012 Interior Designer Licensure Examination

The list was topped by a graduate of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), which also claimed 9 of the top 10 spots.

Here are the topnotchers:
  1. KRISTEL TENG BLANCAS (UST) - 91.45
  2. IANNE KLEINA MANIPOL GUILLEN (UST) - 89.20
  3. NIÑA KATRINA MIRANDA KHO (UST) - 88.75
  4. LOIDA CONCEPCION BAUTO (UST) - 88.40
  5. PAMELA LEILA LISING SANTOS (UST) - 88.25
  6. FARISHA SALES MANALOTO (UST) - 87.95
  7. NADINE VALERIE CASTAÑEDA DELA CRUZ (UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN) - 87.80
  8. MARA BEATRICE DE BELEN MERCADO (UST) - 87.70
  9. JOHN CARLO CALUCIN BELIGANIO (UST) - 87.15
  10. BIANCA ELLIZ SILVESTRE SABIÑANO (UST) - 86.65
 
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Royal wedding in Luxembourg

Royal families from around the world have gathered in Luxembourg for the marriage of the country's heir to the throne, Prince Guillaume.

His wedding to the Belgian countess, Stephanie de Lannoy, is Luxembourg's biggest royal occasion in 30 years.

Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex attended the wedding on behalf of the United Kingdom.






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MasterChef Pinoy Edition

After the successful run of the reality cooking competition for kids on ABS-CBN–”Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition”–the show’s counterpart for adults is now set to air this November.
 
 
“MasterChef Pinoy Edition” is the newest competitive cooking game show on ABS-CBN featuring Filipino contestants from ages 18 to 50 years old. It is an adaptation of the British hit program “MasterChef,” and the more serious and cutthroat counterpart of “Junior MasterChef.” Just like in “Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition,” it will be hosted by Judy Ann Santos Agoncillo with professional Filipino chefs Fern Aracama, Rolando Laudico, and JP Anglo reprising their roles as judges.

“MasterChef Pinoy Edition” is set to be part of ABS-CBN’s “Umaganda” block, airing at 10:30 a.m. before the hit daytime series “Be Careful With My Heart.” The reality cooking show is set to premiere this November.
 
 
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LiveBlog: Miss International 2012 Winners (Results)



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MISS INTERNATIONAL 2012 -Miss Japan
FIRST RUNNER-UP - Miss Finland
SECOND RUNNER-UP - Miss Sri Lanka
THIRD RUNNER-UP - Miss Dominican Republic
FOURTH RUNNER-UP - Miss Paraguay

TOP 15
1. Colombia
2. Brazil
3. Japan
4. Sri Lanka
5. Finland
6. Namibia
7. Venezuela
8. United Kingdom
9. USA
10. Dominican Republic
11. Philippines
12. Paraguay
13. Mexico
14. India
15. Haiti

SPECIAL AWARDS
Miss Photogenic - Miss Japan Ikumi Yoshimatsu
Miss Internet - Miss Myanmar Nang Khin Zay Yar
Best National Costume - Miss Honduras Nicole Velasquez
Miss JOICFP (Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning) - Miss Haiti Anedie Azael
Miss Friendship - Miss Mauritius Ameeksha Dilchand
Miss Talent  - Miss Russia Ekaterina Meglinskaia

FINAL SPEECH

Miss Colombia: I chose to be a beauty queen as a wonderul and effective way to help people. I had the opportunity to work with different foundations in Colombia, but now my dream is bigger. I would like e to support people worldwide. If I become Miss International 2012 I would like to work for child education because today's children are tomorrow's future. I would love to plan the seeds of education.

Miss Brazil: If I become Miss International 2012 I would be very happy because it is a very important title for me. I am a nurse and I dream to become a doctor. Looking after the people's welfare is not just in my profession but in my soul too.

Miss Japan: What is a role model? It is someone who inspires good in all things. Someone who gives hope, who is active in endless love for humanity. And has the energy to express that love. The success of winning a title is based on how many people you can inspire, how many communities you can help. How much change you can bring to the world. As women we have endless potential we can be anything we want to be, we can accomplish anything we choose to accomplish, in politics, business, science and education, we are uniqely capable of leading the fiuture. And in the eyes of our children we can all share the title of the most beuatifula nd important womean in the world.

Miss Sri Lanka: I believe beauty transcends the culture. We are women - beautiful, graceful, poised, that have gathered here for one cause. I aspire to be Miss International 2012 to carry one what I believe. And use this title to pass on the message of peace and humanity to every corner of the world. I believe as a woman we not only bear children, but we also give back to the world what we believe in. 

Miss Finland: As Miss International I would dedicate my year to spread the message of love and peace every where I go. And by my actions I will try to become a role model as a person who is not afraid to go after my dreams.

Miss Namibia: Ladies and Gentlemen if I were to be crowned I would be envision, and my mission would be to promote global integration. IN order to for us to break the barrier of geographical standards. I believe that as a young woman of strength, ambition, sincerity, humanity, I have what it takes to take on the title, to promote the social causes and great deeds and purposes that young women of this world can achieve. Through charity, through innovation to serve as a to promote world peace. I would like to partake in engage activities that promote the environment. I would like to give myself as a tool to this world.

Miss Venezuela: [Speech was in Spanish]. Miss International thanks for this amazing experience.

Miss United Kingdom: If i became Miss International 2012 it would be a complete honor. And I would use this platform wisely to encourage what it stands for, love peace and excitement to the world. I would take part ion charitable activities on an international scale. Especially in helping women , in health, education and family planning. I find it appropriate as this pageant is a celebration of humanity. I want to empower and inspire girls worldwide. By working together, I know we can make a positive change.

Miss Dominican Republic: Be chosen as Miss International 2012 would be a dream come true. A dream that I have been chasing with faith and love. I hope to propose to the world a message of love to the world. Where there is love there is peace, and where there is peace there is progress.

Miss USA: As Miss International 2012 I hope to promote love, peace, and hope which is exactly what this org represents. I am not only here to win the title, but I am here to learn something and to go home and make a difference in my community, my country and the world. I hope to change what the society considers beautiful and to change what we consider our role models.

Miss Philippines: Peace, love, unity, these three words are the Miss International pageant. Having spent the past three weeks in Okinawa, I have witnessed the special connection it has with the world. Globalization and multi cultural diversity can exist. We can be uniquely global and globally unique. This is my mission. I want people to aprpeciate that we not only belong to local communities but world at large. By this umndestanding we can contribute to global goals. I am standing here in front of you and I open to offer my heritage and myself, as a strong compassionate responsible and indepent woman in this quest for global harmony. And I can stand here probloubly and consider myself and international citizen.

Miss Paraguay: When I was 18 I went to a meditation for 6 months. I realized the only things that matters, that humans want is to be happy. And the only way of achieving that is not about what you are doing, but it is about what you are doing at this moment. That's why I joined, to use this platform to communicate to the people. When I read the motto, peace, love and excitement, it touched me because those are the words that i repeat to myself everyday. Give me the honor to be Miss International 2012 I am a woman of passion, this is my dream, and the mission of my life.

Miss India: The Indian woman is a multitasked. Not only does she have her own career but she also supports the dreams of her children, her parents, and her husband. She is the perfect blend with contemporary minded with traditional values. She is the cornerstone of her family, that is why it breaks my heart to see these beautiful woman robbed of their basic rights. So as Miss I would like to work with UN for the upliftement of young women through education. I believe education is freedom. It brings awareness for issues. I take my inspiration from Japan rightly called the land of the rising sun, I believe that withe ash new day, comes new light, new life, and new hope.

Miss Mexico: I would like to be the person with the voice of children all over the world. We can encourage them technology and science for their needs. I would also like to be working w/ women living with domestic violence. We can do great things collectively with hard work. 

Miss Haiti: I do not believe that beauty is only on the outside I believe it is inside and what you have your heart. I founder a nonprofit called Peace and love international. I believe women are the center of life, because we give life. Children are our future so we must support them today. Given the opportunity, I will be a voice for the young, the old, especially the woman and the children. I will strive to do my best to unify the world through beauty, peace and love.
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