Ring Light features the journey of 50 aspiring Miss Universe Philippines candidates.
PHOTO BY MISS UNIVERSE PHILIPPINES
DUBAI – Miss Universe Philippines is set to revolutionize the way we view pageants through fundraising online series, Ring Light, which takes viewers behind the scenes of 50 aspiring candidates’ journey to the crown.
Ring Light premieres on September 27, 2020 on www.empire.ph.
The 8-episode online series gives pageant fans a closer look at what it truly takes to become a beauty queen, from rigorous training to fascinating challenges and fun and behind-the-scenes activities, organisers said.
The series follows 50 aspiring Miss Universe Philippines candidates and takes viewers through their inspiring journey to the crown.
A portion of each subscription will go to the candidates’ chosen beneficiary as well as partner organizations.
Each Miss Universe Philippines candidate has a corresponding referral code that will directly benefit her chosen personal beneficiary. Fans can check out their favorite candidate’s Instagram page for the referral code and use it when purchasing their subscription.
“We’re very excited to launch Ring Light, the first-ever fundraising online pageant series that will allow fans to take the same journey to the crown while making a positive impact,” says Miss Universe Philippines National Director and Miss Universe 2011 Third Runner-Up, Shamcey Supsup-Lee. “With this online series, we hope to inspire our viewers to find their own light and empowerment and show that beauty is not only skin deep.”
How to watch Ring Light
All eight episodes, including five learning episodes, a challenge episode, the preliminaries (swimsuit and gown competition), and the grand finale, will be available to stream on www.empire.ph for a one-time fee of Dh22. An early bird promo of Dh18 is available for subscriptions from July 22 to August 31.
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