Kimberly Loth Biography & Facts
Miss Earth 2017, the 17th edition of the Miss Earth pageant, with the theme "Heroines fighting climate change", was held on November 4, 2017 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines. Katherine Espín of Ecuador crowned her successor Karen Ibasco of the Philippines at the end of the event. This is the fourth time Philippines won Miss Earth.
NOTE (*): For this year's pageant, there were no "1st, 2nd and 3rd Runner-up". Instead, the non-winning Elemental Queens were of equal ranking (they are all the Runners-up), with each being eligible to replace the winner in the event that would be necessary. Therefore, the ordinal numbers 1st, 2nd and 3rd before the word Runner-Up here are only formal.
Order of announcements
I believe that the real problem in this world is not climate change; the real problem is us because of our ignorance and apathy. What we have to do is to start changing our ways, to start recalibrating our minds, and redirecting our steps, because together, as a global community, our micro efforts will have a macro effect to help save our home, our planet.
The judges for the pageant coronation night and live telecast include:
Cory Tran – International fashion designer based in New York and Vietnam
Lorraine Schuck – Executive Vice President of Carousel Productions Inc. Philippines
Ramon Monzon – President of Carousel Productions Inc. and CEO of Philippine Stock Exchange - Philippines
Michele Roget – CEO of Earthly Guardians Philippines
Peachy Veneracion – Project Director of Carousel Productions Inc. Philippines
Salvador Medialdea – Executive Secretary of the Republic of the Philippines
Teresita Herbosa – Chairperson of Securities and Exchange Commission Philippines
Carlos Cesar "Lito" Mercado – CEO of Quantuvis Resources Corp. and Executive Vice President of Joy~Nostalg Group Philippines
Sudesh Puthran – Managing Director of Mindshare Philippines
Shontelle – Grammy-nominated songwriter and international R&B singer
Vyacheslav Shakel – Chairman and CEO of e-Chat InternationalPreliminary rounds
Figure and Form
Beauty of Face and Poise
Intelligence and Environmental Awareness
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Miss Earth Hannah's
A special mini-pageant was held on October 14 at Hannah's Beach Resort and Convention Center, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. Ten selected candidates competed in swimsuit competition, long gown competition and question and answer portion. Here are the results:
Miss Earth Hannah's 2017 Thailand – Paweensuda Drouin1st Runner-Up Venezuela – Ninoska Vásquez2nd Runner-Up Ecuador – Lessie Giler SanchezBest in Swimsuit Venezuela – Ninoska VásquezBest in Long Gown Thailand – Paweensuda DrouinOther Delegates Austria – Bianca Kronsteiner
Czech Republic – Iva Uchytilová
Guatemala – Maria José Castañeda
Israel – Elian Qupty
Korea – Hannah Lee
Sweden – Camilla Fogestedt
Uganda – Josephine MutesiDelegates
Listed below are the 85 delegates that have competed for the title:
Belgium — Kimberly Driege has been replaced by Lauralyn Vermeersch. Kimberly has to recover from the tragic disaster caused by the earthquake in Mexico where she lives.
Brazil — Bruna Vizintin, the original winner of Miss Brazil Earth 2017 pageant, was dethroned by the new organization because she was unable to agree with some duties on her contract. Yasmin Engelke, the 4th runner-up was announced as Brasil's representative this year.
Ghana — Paula Ethel Masopeh was replaced by Maud Fadi due to health problems.
Sierra Leone — Ismatu Daramy replaced Claudia Josephine Suma, a finalist at the recently concluded Miss Earth Sierra Leone 2017 who supposedly replaced Esther Williams following Esther's indication of her inability to participate and represent Sierra Leone at the upcoming Miss Earth 2017 pageant.
Spain – Noemí Sartal has been dethroned and was replaced by Ainara de Santamaría Villamor, the 2nd runner-up from the national pageantDid not compete
Aruba — Tania Nunes
British Virgin Islands — Dayna Layne
Germany — Victoria Selivanov — competed in Miss International 2017 but unplaced.
Greenland — Anja Chemnitz
Guam — Emma Sheedy — did not meet the minimum age requirement but will compete in Miss Earth 2018 instead.
Haiti — Anaika Gaspard — attended the preliminary activities but withdrew before the pageant night.
Kosovo — Andina Pura — competed in The Miss Globe 2017 and awarded Miss Photogenic.
Liberia — Wokie Dolo — competed in Miss World 2017 and placed Top 40.
Scotland — Christina Chalk — was not able to compete due to schedule conflicts.
South Africa — Irini Moutzouris — attended the preliminary activities but didn't attended the finals for not meeting the minimum height requirement.
Tanzania — Lilian LothBroadcasters
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