SPOTLIGHT: Miss Universe Philippines Beatrice Luigi Gomez stuns in pride colors for Jojo Bragais


Miss Universe Philippines 2021 Beatrice Luigi Gomez stunningly posed wearing a rainbow dress in her latest photoshoot for a renowned Filipino shoe brand campaign, Jojo Bragais (Bragais Shoes).

The 26-year-old Filipina beauty from Cebu is the first-ever winner of the Miss Universe Philippines national competition who is openly gay and a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community.

"To win in life, you shouldn’t be bothered by everything. True enough, [Beatrice] shrugs off the small stuff and only focuses on what’s important to her — like walking confidently towards the universe’s stage in Jojo Bragais heels," Jojo Bragais captioned her photo on social media.

Miss Universe Philippines organization also shared on their page: "Unbothered queen in pride colors and Bragais Shoes. Walk proud and give your best there in Israel [Beatrice]! We’re behind you.

Beatrice is currently in Israel to achieve her country's fifth Miss Universe crown. Previous winners from the Philippines were Gloria Diaz (1969), Margie Moran (1974), Pia Wurtzbach (2015), and Catriona Gray (2018).

The 70th Miss Universe final will air live from Eilat this Sunday, December 12 on Fox and Telemundo.

Photo: Miss Universe Philippines

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