Thursday, June 26, 2008


The most beautiful man of Thailand, "Nong Noeng", a student from Dhurakij Pandit International College was crowded Miss Tiffany‘s Universe 2008, organized on the stage of Tiffany‘s Theatre, Pattaya.

The final contest of Miss Tiffany's Universe 2008 was in the evening of May 30, 2008, at Tiffany's Theatre, Pattaya, Chonburi, after the 30 finalists of beautiful men of Thailand had been chosen to join the activities before the judging day. The judges were accumulating the scores of those contestants in order to find the most beautiful man of Thailand who would be suitable for the title of Miss Tiffany's Univese 2008. The event was broadcasted all over the country.

The result of the lady of the second category contest, Miss Tiffany's Universe 2008, went to "Nong Noeng", Kangsadarn Wongdusadeekul or Mr. Paibul Wongdusadeekul, (21), a student of Dhurakij Pandit International College. Nong Noeng was crowned with 100,000 baht prize, a Honda Jazz, a sash, a trophy and prizes from her supporters. The first runner up was Nannapas Wechakul or "Nong Golf" who got 40,000 baht, a sash and a trophy. The second runner up was Pailin Denfahnapapol or "Nong Bank" who got 20,000 baht, a sash and a trophy.
The most beautiful costume went to Pemika Siripatarakamol or "Nong Rod May" who got 10,000 baht. The mass media popular vote also went to Pailin Denfahnapapol or "Nong Bank" and got 10,000 baht. Miss Cordiality went to Preeyaporn Wanichakornsakul or "Nong Geng" who got 10,000, a sash and a trophy. The last title was Miss Ripley's most beautiful Wo-Man 2008 went to Panadda Pipatratanakul or "Nong Bee" who got 30,000 baht, a certificate of Gold Privilege Card with a record of Miss Ripley's most beautiful Wo-Man 2008 of Thailand.
Miss Alisa Bpanthusak, managing committee assistance of Tiffany's show Pattaya and Chairlady of the contest, revealed that the purpose of the contest was to raise the income for Red Cross, in patronized of Princess Somsawalee, to support the project of "Giving life to the parents with the child without AIDS" and also to present some income to Chai Pattana Foundation, in the project of His Majesty the King. Besides, the contest was also to select the lady of the second category who is talented and beautiful from the inside and outside who would be a representative of the country to enter Miss International Queens 2008 contest. It is a contest to raise the standard of lady of the second category in order to be accepted in social and to promote the tourist attraction of Pattaya city as well.

Thursday, May 22, 2008


MISS TIFFANY UNIVERSE 2008 PATTAYA NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONSNow entering into its 2nd decade, the Miss Tiffany Universe Contest has attracted 22 sponsors for this year‘s event, due to the acclaim of the Miss Tiffany brand and the talents of the organizer. Applications for Miss Tiffany‘s Universe 2008 Contest have now opened and will last until May 25. The final contest will be held on May 30, 2008 to be broadcast on Thai TV Channel 7. On May 7, 2008, for the 11th anniversary of the Pattaya Tiffany Show, Miss Alisa Bpanthusak, the Assistant Managing Director of Tiffany's and Chairman of the contest, and Dr. Seree Wongmontha, Adviser to the Committee, jointly held a press conference in Bangkok to publicize Miss Tiffany Universe 2008, Lady of the Second Category Contest of Thailand. Miss Alisa Bpanthusak, stated that " in past years, the contest has gained continuous recognition by having numerous contestants from all around the country joining in the contest, for which the organizer is very grateful. The quality and variety of the contestants gets better each year. Many applicants for the beauty contest are students who have acting talents, which makes the event even more colourful." "In addition, the organizer has gained the confidence of more than 20 sponsors from many different businesses, including family businesses, factories, hotels, IT and even finance and banking. It is recognized that the Miss Tiffany Contest has a strong brand-name and is becoming more socially acceptable," Miss Alisa added. This year, the Miss Tiffany Universe Contest for Talent and Beauty is being supported by "Ripley's Believe It or Not" that is staging the contest under the title of "Miss Ripley's Most Beautiful Wo-Man". Khun Somporn Nak-sutrong, said that "as in the early years of the contest, the emphasis will be on the talent and beauty of the 30 finalists. Ripley's and the organizer will allow audiences and all the mass media to vote for "Miss Ripley's Most Beautiful Wo-Man" at the main stage on May 30. The special contest will be broadcast, as well."
The classifications for the 7 contestant awards are as follows: Miss Tiffany's Universe 2008 Contest First Runner up Second Runner up Best Costume award Miss Cordiality award Miss Photogenic award Miss Ripley's Most Beautiful Wo-Man award.The first exciting contest, the choosing of the 30 finalists, will be held from 9 – 12 on May 25, the media reporting and screening day. May 26, will mark the first day that all 30 finalists are able to participate in activities provided by the organizer to publicize them to Pattaya city. The final day of Miss Tiffany's Universe 2008 Contest will be held on Friday, May 30, 2008, and be broadcast on Thai TV Channel 7.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Wednesday, February 6, 2008


Competition is now underway at a hotel just outside Manila for the fifth annual Miss Amazing Philippine Beauty pageant. The transwomen-only pageant kicked off with a press conference on October 2. The weeklong competition commenced October 12 at a hotel in Pasay City with 24 contestants vying to be selected as the most beautiful transwoman in the Philippines. The 2007 Miss Amazing Philippines pageant winner will be crowned on October 19.The Phillipines, like most of Asia has always been wild about beauty pageants and this all-transgender one has steadily been growing in popularity. Last year's pageant drew 28 contestants and the winner, Patricia Montecarlo, went on to compete in the Miss International Queen pageant in Pattaya, Thailand. She finished first runner up to my fellow Texan Erica Andrews, who was representing Mexico.This year's Miss International Queen Pageant will take place November 9-10 once again at the Tiffany's Show Lounge in Pattaya, Thailand. If you happen to be travelling in that part of the world at that time you may want to check it out. If you can't get to Pattaya, the pageant will be televised live on Thai television.

Sunday, November 11, 2007


Tanyarat Jirapatpakon was named Miss International Queen 2007 on Sunday, besting 23 stunning transsexuals who had come to the Thai beach resort of Pattaya from as far as Germany and Puerto Rico for a shot at the diamond crown.
The Thai's extravagant yet elegant costumes and dedication to environmental causes helped carry the day, taking her past runners-up Aleika Barros of Brazil and Chanel Madrigal of the Philippines.
"I feel excited and so happy. Everybody enjoyed the contest and I didn't expect anything like this," the 21-year-old said from atop her throne after winning 10,000 dollars and the title.
In a nation obsessed with beauty pageants and famous for its sexual tolerance, this elaborate contest is taken every bit as seriously as the more traditional competitions.
Contestants' costumes can cost up to one million baht (33,000 dollars), and the audience was treated to all the glitz and glam of conventional beauty pageants, complete with swimsuit and evening-wear rounds.
"This is the night I have been preparing for my whole life," gushed Colombia's Melania Armenta, a 25-year-old model.
Festivities began on Saturday evening, with last year's winner Erica Andrews performing "Mexican Aztec" -- an upbeat, pulsating dance homage to her homeland complete with ancient pyramids, flashing native symbols and historic outfits.
In the costume round, Tanyarat had to compete against a butterfly, a swan and a Mercedes Benz, but the top prize in the category was given to Japan's Beni Tsukishima for her authentic kabuki ensemble.
Tanyarat's angelic white-beaded evening wear, fit for the grandest of galas, gave way to the more salacious floral pink bikini in the swimsuit competition, showing off her shapely legs and slim figure.
But she finally wooed the crowd with dedication to loftier issues.
"Global warming is one of the most serious problems the world faces today," she said when asked how she helps educate people on environmental issues.
"I tell them to 'think about it'. It's your world too," she said.
The crowd, consisting of mostly Thais and the occasional bewildered tourist, cheered loudly for the homegrown favourite but were upstaged by feverish, flag-waving Filipinos who supported four of their compatriots.
Tiffany's Show Pattaya, which runs the event and claims to be the world's largest transsexual cabaret, said more than 25 million Thai television viewers had been expected to tune in.
Known in Thailand as "kathoey," or the third gender, Thai transsexuals have slowly been leaving cabarets for mainstream success in music and other endeavours, helped in part by the popularity of beauty contests.
Participants praised Thailand for its progressive attitude towards sexuality.
"There is still a lot of discrimination against people like me in the Philippines," said 24-year-old Rain Marie Madrigal, from Manila.
"Thailand is like a utopia for transgender people."
......BYE FIE_CUTE85.