The Miss World Philippines 2021 coronation ceremony will be held at the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo, Philippines on October 3, 2021. Seven queens will be crowned and two runners-up will be named as princesses.
Six winners will represent the Philippines at Miss World 2021, Miss Eco International 2022, Reina Hispanoamericana 2021, Miss Multinational 2022 and the inaugural Miss Environment 2022. Among the teenage candidates, one will be crowned Miss Eco Teen Philippines 2021.
One more winner will be crowned Miss Philippines Tourism 2021. It has yet to be confirmed which international beauty pageant she will compete at.
Miss World Philippines did not hold a competition in 2020 due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The previous edition was held on September 15, 2019 at the Smart Arena Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Representing the Philippines, Michelle Dee, 26, finished in the Top 12 at Miss World 2019 in England on December 14, 2019, Katrina Llegado, 23, was Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 fifth runner-up in Bolivia on February 8, 2020 and Kelley Day, 24, was Miss Eco International 2021 first runner-up in Egypt on April 4, 2021. Isabelle de Leon, 26, was supposed to represent the country at Miss Multinational 2020 in India but it was cancelled.
From more than 300 applicants, only 45 candidates were selected to compete at Miss World Philippines 2021. Before the coronation night, the candidates were asked to vote who should represent the Philippines at Miss Supranational 2021.
On July 25, 2021, Dindi Joy L. Pajares, 28, of Orani, Bataan was officially crowned Miss Supranational Philippines 2021. On August 21, 2021, she finished in the Top 12 at Miss Supranational 2021 in Nowy Sącz, Małopolska, Poland.
Reina Hispanoamericana 2017 Winwyn Marquez, 29, Miss Eco International 2018 Cynthia Thomalla, 26, and Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas 2018 Alyssa Muhlach, 25, will host the Miss World Philippines 2021 coronation night with Xian Lim, 32, and RJ Ledesma. Here is the complete list of the 45 candidates:
- Lea Macapagal, 24, Dinalupihan, Bataan
- Ria Angelique Peña Siozon, 24, Bulacan
- Joy Barcoma, 22, Mandaluyong City
- Janelle Lewis, 19, Angeles City, Pampanga
- Pauline Robles, 23, San Pablo City, Laguna
- Shaila Mae Rebortera, 25, Cebu
- Donna Marie Jan Balaoro, 28, Trece Martires City, Cavity
- Zoe Emmanuelle Vera, 26, Taguig City
- Ambriel Pascual, 20, Manila
- Michelle Arceo, 23, Quezon City
- Megan Deen Campbell, 23, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
- Natasha Jung, 18, Tacloban
- Sade Nicha, 22, Muntinlupa
- Gwendolyne Fourniol, 21, Himaymaylan
- Mikaela Leonardo, 25, Parañaque City
- Anna Caress de Mesa, 22, Batangas City
- Dannah Joy Tempra, 19, Misamis Oriental
- Tatyana Alexi Austria, 18, Parañaque City
- Asha Gutierrez, 26, Taguig City
- Kyle Celine Dorado, 19, Mabalacat, Pampanga
- Kim Panaligan Babao, 25, Oriental Mindoro
- Dindi Joy Pajares, 28, Orani, Bataan
- Shannen Manzano, 17, Quezon City
- Andrea Sulangi, 25, Morong, Bataan
- Danica Therese Dilla, 26, Iriga City
- Jo-Ann dela Torre Flores, 28, Laguna
- Trisha Martinez, 23, Pila, Laguna
- Ruffa Nava, 28, San Luis, Batangas
- Ann Palmares, 22, Iloilo City
- Julie Tarrayo, 25, Northern Samar
- Riana Agatha Pangindian, 24, Pasig City
- Divina Marie Ortiz Villanueva, 24, La Union
- Reziah Angelica Datu Famorcan, 23, Lubao, Pampanga
- Maricollin Halili Ramirez, 28, Quezon
- Mary Rose Andal Guiral, 20, Naic, Cavite
- Tracy Maureen Perez, 28, Cebu
- Rachel Anne Valera, 28, Bukidnon
- Kathleen Paton, 24, Aklan
- Kimberly Cimafranca, 26, Negros Oriental
- Danielle “Dane” Mayo, 26, Tanauan, Batangas
- Samela Aubrey Godin, 23, Samar
- Mara Ruiz, 27, Bohol
- Ganiel Akrisha Krishnan, 27, Kawit, Cavite
- Sherenade Anne Gonzales, 21, San Rafael, Bulacan
- Esel Ponce, 25, Iligan City