As we’re sure you’re already aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a need for social distancing to help prevent the spread. The need for social distancing and self-isolation has meant that bringing large groups of people together isn’t viable right now. For this reason, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the Mrs. Universe Australia coronation night and instead, just choose a representative to compete in the 2021 Mrs. Universe international pageant to be held in South Korea this November. While we know this is disappointing, we hope you understand this is a necessary step to help keep each other safe in these unprecedented times.
As you may well be aware, the government has called on the public to stop gathering to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, and so it wouldn’t be responsible for us to go ahead with the Mrs. Universe Australia coronation night at this time. We hope you can join us at Mrs. Universe Australia on the rearranged date of potentially October 31 which is a lead-up to the 2022 Mrs. Universe International pageant to be held here in Sydney.
We’ll keep you posted if anything changes, and please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns via firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime, we’d like to introduce our Mrs. Universe Australia 2021, Woman Of The Universe 2021, and Mrs. Classic Universe Philippines 2021.
Mrs. Classic Universe Philippines 2021 – Ceres Ledesma
Ceres Ledesma originally hails from Aklan, Philippines – she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and she used to be a teacher in the Philippines.
Her passion for runway and beauty pageants can be traced back to her prime years in the Philippines. She was a dance trainer, a beauty contender, a model of “Modas De Ayer” of Moseo De Aklan, as well as a model of Faces Asia Philippines in the ’80s – she was recently crowned as Mrs. Classic Universe Philippines 2020. At present, she works as a front liner at the Douglas Hanly Moir Pathology receiving specimens and coding COVID-19 samples.
Outside of work, her living name is Ceres, the goddess of agriculture. She indulges herself in gardening and flower arrangement, and she loves dancing and traveling too.
Woman Of The Universe 2021 – Cheryl G. Tarrant
Cheryl G. Tarrant is a 35-year-old, married beauty queen and a mother of one. She was born in Iloilo, Philippines, and she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing at the University of Iloilo, Philippines. She was also the champion in the inter-department dancesport (Latin category) out of the entire University. Some of her past titles include being crowned as the Campus Queen ‘98 of Miagao East Central Elementary School (Iloilo, Philippines), coming 1st runner up at the Miss CAT pageant 2001 of SIPC-WVCST Miagao Laboratory high school, and was the former queen and the lead dancer who won as the Grandslam Champion – Tribe Daplong of SIPC-WVCST Miagao high school of Salakayan Festival (Iloilo, Philippines). She was also a model of Alta Moda Haute couture (Iloilo, Philippines) and has performed at various concerts around Aged Care facilities to help fund Dementia Australia. As an Aged Care worker, she is promoting her advocacy to Elderly Care because she believes that they have contributed to the core of what we have right now.
Mrs. Universe Australia 2021 – Kristine Tootsie Aseron Santos
Kristine Tootsie Aseron Santos is a mother of 3, model, pageant, and runway coach of #tootsierollwalk. She has been involved in charitable work helping people that are struggling right now and she has been feeding homeless people in the Philippines. In fact, she went to the Philippines last January and gave relief to the victims of the Taal volcano eruption. She’s also still fundraising up to this day to assist the people who’ve been struggling right now due to COVID 19.