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Kelley Day 1st runner-up in Miss Eco International 2020

The Philippines' representative Kelley Day placed 1st runner-up in the Miss Eco International 2020 pageant held in Egypt on Sunday, April 4 (early morning Monday, April 5, in Manila).

Miss South Africa's Gizzelle Uys was crowned as the new winner. Others in the top 5 are Miss USA, Miss Venezuela, and Miss Costa Rica.

Prior to the coronation night, Kelley won Best National Costume with her embroidered Maria Clara gown. Since her arrival in Egypt on March 19, Kelley has been sharing her pageant journey on her social media accounts. 

In her tourism video, Kelley said it’s a privilege to be the country’s representative for the pageant. “To represent the Philippines in the Miss Eco International stage is a remarkable honor. And I will carry with me the pride and diligence of my fellow Filipinos who have put their trust in me in this journey,” she said. 

The celebrity-turned-beauty queen has now joined the likes of PH bets Maureen Montagne who also finished first runner-up in Miss Eco International 2019 and Cynthia Thomalla who won the crown in 2018. 

Miss Eco International 2020 was originally scheduled last March 23 to April 11, 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. - Rappler.com