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LOOK: Bb. Pilipinas bets bond with orphaned kids at amusement park

/ 03:52 PM June 17, 2022
Binibining Pilipinas candidates

Image: Instagram/@bbpilipinasofficial

Binibining Pilipinas 2022 candidates spent a day at an amusement park with orphaned children for a charity event, ahead of the beauty pageant’s talent competition.

The candidates, known as Binibinis, can be seen with kids under the charity program of one Father Tony Labiao, as shown on Binibining Pilipinas’ Instagram page yesterday, June 16. The contestants and the kids bonded in a ball pit, rode amusement park rides and played carnival games at an amusement park in Quezon City.


“It’s true that Binibinis work hard, but we also play harder! Felt like kids again in Araneta Fiesta Park!” the pageant organization stated.


This comes a month after the candidates participated in the Binibining Pilipinas Grand Santacruzan in Quezon City. Their official glam shots were also released on the pageant organization’s social media pages last month.

The delegates for this year’s competition are vying for four titles in the pageant: Bb. Pilipinas International, Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental, Bb. Pilipinas Globe and Bb. Pilipinas Grand International. They are set to have their talent competition at the New Frontier Theater this coming Thursday, June 23.

Meanwhile, a date for the coronation night is yet to be revealed as of this writing.  /ra


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