MISS EARTH 2011 WINNERS

 
The 11th Miss Earth Winner is Olga Alava from the Latin American country of Ecuador she is 23-year-old .

MISS EARTH 2011:  Ecuador, Olga Alava

Miss Earth Air: Brazil, Driely Bennettone
Miss Earth Water: Philippines, Athena Mae Imperial
Miss Earth Fire: Venezuela, Caroline Medina
 Photo from Inquirer
 Miss Earth Queen Olga Alava from Ecuador sees her crown as a tool to help save Mother Earth.

Olga succeeded last year’s winner Nicole Faria, from India. 

First runner-up or Miss Earth-Air 2011 went to Miss Brazil Driely Bennettone
Second runner-up or Miss Earth-Water 2011 is our very own Miss Philippines 
Athena Mae Imperial
Third runner-up or Miss Earth-Fire 2011 is Miss Venezuela, Caroline Medina.

Miss Earth 2011, the 11th edition , was held in UP Theater in Diliman, Quezon City and televised worldwide last night Saturday, December 3, 2011.

The show was aired live by Star World at 8:00 p.m last night. 
ABS-CBN Channel 2 will air it nationwide today Sunday, December 4 at 10:30 p.m. There will also be a delayed telecast of the show on The Filipino Channel and on the television stations of some participating countries. The pageant will also be shown on TFC at a later date. 
SPECIAL AWARDS

Miss Photogenic: Taiwan, Cherry Liu
Best in Gown:Mexico, Casandra Becerra
Best in Swimsuit:Czech Republic, Šárka Cojocarová
Best in Talent:South Africa, Dominique Mann
Best National Costume:Japan, Tomoko Maeda
Miss Friendship:Pakistan, Sanober Hussain

TOP 8
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Aleksandra Kovacevic Crimea, Nina Astrakhantseva
Mexico, Casandra Becerra Zimbabwe, Thandi Muringa
TOP 16
  1. Taiwan, Cherry Liu 
  2. Japan, Tomoko Maeda 
  3. Paraguay, Nicole Huber
  4. Portugal, Susana Nogueira
  5. Slovenia, Rebecca Kim Lekše
  6. Sweden, Renate Cerljen 
  7. Thailand , Niratcha Tungtisanont 
  8. Ukraine, Kristina Oparina
Athena Imperial, a graduate of the University of the Philippines (UP), on Saturday night won the Miss Earth-Water title at the 2011 Miss Earth pageant held at UP Theater in Diliman, Quezon City.
Imperial, a communication research major, is among UP beauty queens who brought honor to the country in international competitions this year.
She took home a $20,000 management contract with pageant organizer Carousel Productions and will have the Oakwood Premier at Joy-Nostalg Centre in Ortigas, Pasig, as her official home in the Philippines whenever she comes to the country. She also won a slew of prizes from pageant sponsors.
In an emotional interview with the Inquirer, Imperial said: “I’m happy for the Filipinos. I shot for the moon and landed among the stars. Oh my God!”
Imperial confessed that she was saying the rosary whenever she appeared on stage. “While I was smiling, I was praying at the same time. And that gave me confidence, together with the cheers and the applause of all the people in UP Theater.”
She offered her victory to all Filipinos. “This is not only for me, this is for every Filipino,” she said, adding in Filipino: “Let us continue dreaming because we can reach our dreams as long as we have faith in God.”
Imperial praised her fellow candidates: “We are all beautiful. Actually, the choreographer said she had an easy time with us because we quickly picked up the steps. Also, we were very much aware of each others’ environmental advocacies. We know what kind of beauty each one of us possesses.”-This particular portion is from the Inquirerdot net

Imperial’s 3rd place finish in Miss Earth capped the Philippines’ successful year in grand slam pageants or the

4 most important beauty contests in the world:
Miss Universe 2011: 3rd Runner up, Shamcey Supsup
Miss International 2011: Top 15, Dianne Necio
Miss World 2011: 1st Runner up, Gwendolyn Ruais
Miss Earth 2011: 2nd Runner up, Athena Imperial

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!

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