“Show and enhance to boost their confidence in showcasing their talent.”
These words from Gabriel Nielden Nanlogon, the Chairman of the Miss MSEUF 2019, perfectly encapsulates the beauty in the Miss Enverga Talent Exhibition this Foundation Week. As different candidates swayed at the rhythm of their respective advocacies, their captivated the eyes, and hearts of the audience.
The exhibition started with Candidate Number 1. Performing different cultural dances of our country, the Philippines, Reina Joy dela Cruz from College of Maritime Education told the people the true meaning of giving importance to our folk traditions.
Meanwhile, Candidate Number 2 grabbed the opportunity to promote her advocacy about diversity, interconnectivity, and equality to all gender in our university. College of Arts and Sciences’ Christine Joy Tayaban dance number pushes forth knowing thyself and telling the fact that acceptance starts from within.
Candidate Number 3, Shiena Rose Impreso from the College of Architecture and Fine Arts expressed love through her contemporary dance. To express her feelings from the pain, she connected the mind and body in her smooth and splendid dance movements.
On the other hand, College of Business and Accountancy’s Januelyn Micko Macaranas as the Candidate Number 4’s dance performance, was inspired by a series of “burlesque,” matched the song “Show me your Burlesque” by Christina Aguilar.
Candidate Number 5 knew that her passion for dancing will showcase her talent. Because of this, Julienne Redor from the College ofEngineering performed the classical jive from the movie Hairspray.
Performing an R&B with a mix of soul music, Candidate Number 6 Camille Labatete of College of Educatio sang and danced with “Crazy in Love” and “End of time” by her icon Beyoncé.
Candidate Number 7 Princess Allyza Evangelista from the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management displayed her talent by showcasing a modern warrior dance, picturing the mystical bird who will fight against its enemy.
Candidate Number 8 from the Enverga Law School manifested a lively and colorful dance number, at odds that women take too long to dress up. Kate Alyssa Rances’s performance surely caught the eyes of everyone because of its colorful and entertaining dance number.
Meanwhile, Chiara Fae Virtucio, the Candidate Number 9, from the College of Computing and Multimedia Studies performed an evocative dance. She portrayed freedom of expression that connects both body and mind through dancing.
Candidate Number 10 from the Senior High School Department showcased her talent in singing and dancing through an awakening of the concept of love. Zandra Mae Diokno’s singing and dancing evoked everyone’s feeling to its melody that is pure of love and sincerity.
Performing a contemporary dance, Candidate Number 11 told a story about two people who fell so deeply in love with each other. She manifested her emotions into executing the art of letting go.
Finally, Candidate Number 12 brought off her passion for dancing by showing how women should be treated right. Wanting to represent women all over the world, she chose the song of her inspiration, Beyoncé.