Monday, July 20, 2015

Miss Tagbilaran is Miss Bohol 2015

A bubbly & sweet 16 year old by the name of Mary Eda Calimbayan Cimafranca  bested a field of 23 candidates on her way to getting crowned Miss Bohol 2015.
 Gov. Edgar Chatto & First Lady Pureza Chatto crown the queen


The incoming Ateneo de Manila freshman student who represented the city of Tagbilaran in the most prestigious beauty competition of the province was a picture of cool as she sashayed her way to the crown. Never before had a candidate dominated the pageant as she collected 10 special titles & corporate awards, topped the swimsuits & evening gowns and engaged Your Blogger with refreshing candor during the onstage personality interviews.

For the city of Tagbilaran especially Mayor Baba Yap & First Lady Janes Yap & the team behind Eda, it was a sweet victory for the last time that Tagbilaran City got the crown was back in 2009.

Opening Number






RUNNERS UP
Named as runners up were Miss Talibon Mae Regil Amba Versoza 1st RU, Miss Tubigon Clarlaine Radoc 2nd RU, Miss Jagna Rebecca Virtudes Rocha 3rd RU and Miss Guindulman Ma. Jaira Redulla 4th RU 
Reunion of Miss Bohol winners


4th RU, 3rd RU, Miss Bohol, 1st RU, 2nd RU
 Tagbilaran City's First Couple & Bohol's First Couple pose with the winners
REST OF TOP TEN
Rounding out the Top Ten were Miss Panglao, Miss Cortes, Miss Baclayon, Miss Corella & Miss Dauis.

SPECIAL AWARD
WINNER
Miss Photogenic
Miss Dimiao
Miss Friendship
Miss Talibon
Miss JCI Bohol Chocolate Hills
Miss Talibon
Miss Talent
Miss Tagbilaran
Darling of the Press
Miss Tagbilaran
Darling of the Crowd
Miss Tagbilaran
Darling of the Social Media
Miss Alicia
Best in Production Number
Miss Jagna
Best in Swimwear
Miss Tagbilaran
Best in Evening Gown
Miss Tagbilaran

 Will DeVaughn & Rich Asuncion hosted the pageant
A booing incident marred the crowning rites. See  Related Story

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