I’m sorry but I decided against writing about Obama’s election to the presidency or Jon Santos’ recent change of civil status.
I simply couldn’t get anything organized after the Miss Earth coronation night. And it has nothing to do with the winners. Carousel has been running this gig for 6 years now. And that’s enough grace period for them to deal with the rough edges. Their pageant is still a cheaper version (technical and production-wise) of the bigger Trump-ran one. I know all these sound gay but I really find it annoying.
I know you’ve decided not to watch Ms. World and Miss Earth ever again. Harsh ka.
I, however, in the same spirit of the symbolism a black president-elect brings to an ailing empire, hope again. So I’m giving Miss Earth a few more chances. They probably need a bigger budget for a better than Walang Tulugan set for a stage, 75 watt-bulb lighting, pseudo-wide screen and town fiesta choreographers. They better start mag-caroling now for next year’s pageant.
By the way here are the dresses you asked me to pick for you to wear for Obama’s inaugural.
At kung feel mo magluksa sa outcome ng Proposition 8...
Monique Lhuillier Spring 09
Speaking of dresses... sana may dress code na sa live audience sa next na Miss Earth pageant. No t-shirts please.