Pinay Beauty Queens served as muses for 11 participating countries for SEA Games 2019 Grand Opening!

SEA Games 2019

As the delegates of the 11 participating nations march for the traditional Parade of Athletes in the Opening Ceremony of the Southeast Asian Games 2019 they were accompanied by Pinay pageant title holders.

These Pinay beauty queens headed by Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach and Miss World 2013 Megan Young served as muses for the 11 participating countries during the parade held yesterday, November 30, 2019 at the biggest indoor arena in the world the Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan.

Here’s the complete list:

Brunei Darussalam: Karen Gallman (Miss Intercontinental 2018)

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A month today! 👑

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Cambodia: Sophia Senoron (Miss Multinational 2018)

Indonesia: Megan Young (Miss World 2013)

Laos: Cynthia Thomalia (Miss Eco International 2018)

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LET THE GAMES BEGIN! #seagames2019 #WeWinAsOne

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Malaysia: Lara Quigaman (Miss International 2006)

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🇵🇭 MUA @ibyron Hair @ronvegaros

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Myanmar: Karen Ibasco (Miss Earth 2017)

Singapore: Jamie Herrel (Miss Earth 2014)

Thailand: Angelia Ong (Miss Earth 2015)

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East TImor: Jannie Alipoon (Miss Tourism 2017)

Vietnam: Sharifa Akeel (Miss Asia Pacific International 2018)

Philippines: Pia Wurtzbach (Miss Universe 2015)

The Philippines is truly a pageant powerhouse not just in Asia but in the world.

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