- Miss Universe Philippines 2020 will be crowned in a separate pageant.
- Shamcey Supsup will be the National Director for Philippines.
- Miss Universe Organization thanks Araneta Group and Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. for the fifty long years.
It took fifty years for Miss Universe Organization to break away from the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. lead by matriarch, Stella Marquez-Araneta.
In Miss Universe Philippines Organization‘s official statement, it read:
“The Miss Universe Organization expresses its heartfelt gratitude to the Araneta Group and Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. for their more than 50 years of stewardship of the Miss Universe brand and franchise in the Philippines.
“Both organizations have made an indelible mark in the international pageant scene for celebrating the intelligence, beauty and grace of hundreds of Filipina queens, and for garnering several international titles through the years.
“Undeniably, the most prestigious of these titles continues to be the coveted Miss Universe Philippines. The foundation and fundamentals of Philippine Pageantry are known worldwide to be solid and shall endure all because of the hard work and commitment of the Araneta Group and BPCI.”
Additionally, “The Miss Universe Organization is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Miss Universe Philippines Organization – a fresh team that will lead the country towards its continued quest to share the beauty and grace of the Filipina to the rest of the world.”
Miss Universe 2011 3rd Runner-up Shamcey Supsup will be the national director starting 2020. Albert Andrada will be the Design Council Head while Empire head Jonas Gaffud remains as the Creative Director. Miss Universe Philippines 2006 Lia Andrea Ramos will be spearheading the Women empowerment Committee and Charity while Atty. Nad Bronce will lead Legal and Mario Garcia, the Business Development and Marketing strand.
Miss Universe Philippines Full Statement below
News broke out hours after Philippines rep Gazini Ganados failed to make the Top 10 cut and Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa won Miss Universe 2019.