Miss Negros Oriental 2017 Swimsuit Competition

The steamy competition of the Miss Negros Oriental 2017 has kicked off with the different major events of the grand launching or press release, held last September 30, and now the swimwear competition.

Miss Negros Oriental 2017

The search for the next Miss Negros Oriental 2017 is held as one of the major events for the Buglasan Festival 2017 celebration. It is a beauty pageant that searches the unique beauty of a Negrense woman, “with a heart” as dubbed by one of the swimwear pageant competition judges. The Coronation Night for Miss Negros Oriental 2017 will be held on October 15, 2017, 8:00 pm at the Lamberto Macias Sports and Cultural Complex.

Swimwear Competition

The swimwear competition portion of the Miss Negros Oriental beauty pageant was held at Tierra Alta Residential Resort and was scheduled to start at 7:00 pm. However, due to the little inconvenience of the rainy night, the program was somewhat delayed. Nevertheless, this did not wash away the spirits of the 13 candidates who wore their gold high-heels and full make-up despite the pouring rain.

Some could even say that the rain added a sexy and hot touch to the whole program. The whole show took only about an hour with one intermission number from the XD Dance Group. The Miss Negros Oriental 2017 has 14 candidates, however, only 13 showed during the swimwear competition. Miss Santa Catalina seemed to miss the fun from last night’s event. Reasons are not yet announced.

Top 5

Miss Negros Oriental 2017 Swimwear Competition - Top 5
(left to right) Miss Bacong, Miss Ayungon, Miss Bindoy, Miss Dumaguete, Miss Tanjay, & Beauty Queen Judge

Congratulations to the top five of the over-all best in swimsuit attire to the following municipalities of : Miss Bacong (Ivana), Miss Ayungon (Jianne), Miss Bindoy(Charmaine), Miss Dumaguete (Deborah), and Miss Tanjay (Marian) – no particular order since the final awarding will be done during the coronation night.

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