Valerie Weigmann at Miss World 2014 Final: Live Updates

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Miss Philippines Valerie Weigmann competes tonight in London for the Miss World 2014. Scroll down for live updates about Valerie during the finals.


Valerie Weigmann pictures at the Miss World 2014 pageant (credit to Valerie's FB Page and Miss World Organisation)


One of the favorites for the crown, Miss Philippines Valerie Weigmann is hoping to bring home a back-to-back Miss World title for the country. Will she succeed fellow Filipina Megan Young?

Days before the finale, Miss World 2014 finalists for the Challenge Events were announced. Miss Philippines is among the Top 10 finalists for the Beauty with a Purpose award and as of last night, she's also one of the Top 10 in the People's Choice voting, winner of which will automatically earn a slot in the semi-finals.

Valerie's "Musikaramay" project about the indigenous people in the Philippines made her a finalist for "Beauty with a Purpose" award along with Misses Brazil, Julia Gama; Bolivia, Andrea Forfori Aguilera; England, Carina Tyrrell; Guyana, Rafieya Husain; India,
Koyal Rana; Indonesia, Maria Asteria Sastrayu; Kenya, Idah Nguma; Netherlands, Tatjana Maul; and South Africa, Rolene Strauss.

In the People's Choice voting, which is being done via the Miss World app and will be closed during the finale, the 10 candidates who currently have the highest votes are, as of Saturday night, December 13: (in alphabetical order)

Australia, Courtney Thorpe
Barbados, Zoe Trotman
Canada, Annora Bourgeault
Chad, Sakadi Djivra
Haiti, Carolyn Desert
India, Koyal Rana
Nepal, Subin Limbu
Philippines, Valerie Weigmann
Tanzania, Happiness Watimanya
Thailand, Nonthawan Thongleng

The current Top 11-25 are: (also in alphabetical order)

Albania, Xhensila Pere
Argentina, Yoana Don
Bermuda, Lillian Lightbourn
Cameroon, Larissa Ngangoum
China PR, Du Yang
France, Flora Coquerel
Indonesia, Maria Sastrayu
Japan, Hikaru Kawai
Kenya, Idah Nguma
Mexico, Daniela Alvarez
Mongolia, Battsetseg Turbat
Netherlands, Tatjana Maul
Russia, Anastasia Kostenko
South Africa, Rolene Strauss
Uganda, Leah Kalanguka

Will Miss Philippines Valerie Weigmann win the Beauty with a Purpose and People's Choice awards, and make it to the semis? Will she be the worthy successor to Miss World 2013 winner, Miss Philippines Megan Young?


Megan Young and Valerie Weigmann (credit to Miss World - Philippines FB Page)


Let's all find that out tonight as the Miss World 2014 Final takes place at the ExCel ICC in London. A total of 121 candidates are competing for the crown. (For the full updates of the finals, READ: Miss World 2014 Winner, Live Results. You can also watch the Miss World 2014 Live Streaming video.)

I am posting in this page live updates about Valerie Weigmann from the said finale and be the first to know is the Philippines scores a back-to-back win or not.


Miss Philippines during the introduction of candidates


*Leaderboard containing points from 5 out of their 6 challenges has been revealed. Sadly, Philippines isn't part of the Top 20 yet.

*Announcement of the Beauty with a Purpose winner. Philippines is one of the Top 10 finalists. 5 winners were announced, and sadly, Philippines isn't one of them.

*The Top 25 quarter-finalists have been announced, and one of them is Miss Philippines Valerie Weigmann! It was one big thing that she made it to the Top 10 of Beauty with a Purpose, the most important challenge event in Miss World.

Here they are, The Top 25: Valerie is that girl in yellow dress.


*From Top 25 to Top 10. Miss Philippines didn't make it to the Top 10, thus the bid for our country to score a back-to-back win is over. Still, congrats Valerie for making it to the Top 25. - Mykiru.ph
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About Mykiru Isyusero

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named recently as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For 8 years now, Mykiru has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.
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