PH bet Rogelie Catacutan finishes in top 20 of Miss Supranational 2015
MANILA, Philippines – Binibining Pilipinas Supranational 2015 Rogelie Catacutan finished in the Top 20 of the Miss Supranational pageant held in Krynica-Zdroj, Poland, Friday, December 4 (Saturday, December 5).
Paraguay's Stephania Vazquez Stegman won the pageant. The top 10 are the delegates from Panama, Canada, Malaysia, Paraguay, India, Slovak Republic, Mexico Iceland, Australia, and Colombia.
Here are the other winners:
4th runner-up : Karina Martín of Mexico
3rd runner-up: Tanja Ýr Ástþórsdóttir of Iceland
2nd runner-up: Mónica Castaño Agudelo of Colombia
1st runner-up: Siera Bearchell of Canada
Miss Supranational America : Angie Keith of Panama
Miss Supranational Asia: Aafreen Vaz of India
Miss Supranational Europe: Petra Denkova of Slovak Republic
Miss Supranational Africa: Sonia Gisa of Rwanda
Bb Pilipinas congratulated Rogelie for her performance in the pageant.
In an interview with Rappler before her departure, Rogelie said she wanted so much to do well for the country, just like her colleagues in the same batch of queens.
"I’m just focusing on myself. Cause when it comes to exercising, dieting, pasarela (walk) I’ve done that months before. And now I just want to focus on myself. Meditate...it’s not easy to be away from my family, it’s not easy to be away from my country, so when I go there, I want to be a complete woman, I want to represent the country very very well," she said.
Here are photos from Rogelie's journey in the pageant.
Screengrabs from YouTube/Miss Supranational
Rogelie, who comes from Cebu, is the 4th Bb Pilipinas titleholder to compete this year. Bb Pilipinas Tourism 2015 Ann Colis won the Miss Globe title in Canada last October 8 in Canada.
Bb Pilipinas Tourism 2014 Parul Shah placed 3rd runner-up and won Best in National Costume in the Miss Grand International last October 25. Bb Pilipinas International Janicel Lubina meanwhile placed in the Top 10 and won the Miss Best Dresser award at Miss International last November 5. – Rappler.com