Hannah Arnold, “upset and in shock” sa cancellation ng Miss International beauty pageant ngayong 2021

Naka-recover na sa pagka-upset ang reigning Bb. Pilipinas-International na si Hannah Arnold ng Masbate sa pagkaka-kansela ng Miss International pageant sa taong ito. “However waking up today and discussing it with my loved ones, BPCI [Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.] and my MI sisters from all around the world, we realised it’s in the best interest of the org. to keep us safe at this time.” 

PHOTO: @arnoldhan_ on Instagram

Naka-recover na sa pagka-upset ang reigning Bb. Pilipinas-International na si Hannah Arnold ng Masbate sa pagkaka-kansela ng Miss International pageant sa taong ito. “However waking up today and discussing it with my loved ones, BPCI [Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.] and my MI sisters from all around the world, we realised it’s in the best interest of the org. to keep us safe at this time.” 

Inamin ni Bb. Pilipinas-International 2021 Hannah Arnold na magkahalong pagka-upset at pagkagulat ang naramdaman n’ya sa naging desisyon ng Miss International (MI) organization na ipagpaliban na ang beauty pageant nila this 2021 at sa halip ay idaos na lang ’yon next year.

Ito ang sinabi ng Filipina-Australian beauty queen sa kanyang latest Instagram post kahapon, September 1.  

“I have to admit that yesterday I was upset and in shock with the news of the 2021 edition of Miss International being cancelled,” pag-amin ni Hannah sa kanyang IG post. 

Pero na-realize din daw n’ya na ang desisyon na iyon ng Japan-based pageant organization ay para sa kapakanan rin nilang mga kandidata.

Sa announcement kasi ng MI last August 31 sa kanilang website and social media pages, ang “health and safety issues” due to COVID-19 pandemic ang itinuturo nilang rason para muling ipagpaliban ang international beauty pageant ngayong taon kahit na na-cancel din ang 2020 edition nila. 

“However waking up today and discussing it with my loved ones, BPCI [Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc.] and my MI sisters from all around the world, we realised it’s in the best interest of the org. to keep us safe at this time,” paliwanag ng 24-year-old beauty titleholder from Masbate.

Ilalaan na lang daw muna n’ya ang kanyang panahon sa pagpapaunlad sa kanyang sarili at sa isinusulong n’yang advocacy. 

“I will definitely use this reign to grow more, focus on my advocacy work and most importantly pursue the goal of ‘cheering all women,’ sey pa ni Hannah. 

“Let’s remind ourselves that a new month means a new beginning, a new mindset and a new result. First, let’s start the BER months with a little laugh in the rain,” pagtatapos n’ya.

Wala pang specific details ang magiging Miss International beauty pageant for the year 2022 kung saan si Hannah ang kakatawan sa Pilipinas. 

Layon n’yang maging ika-pitong Pinay na makakapag-uwi ng korona at maihanay sa mga nagdaang Miss International winners gaya nina Gemma Cruz (1964), Aurora Pijuan (1970), Melanie Marquez (1979), Precious Lara Quigaman (2005), Bea Rose Santiago (2013), at Kylie Verzosa (2016).

 

 

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