Miss Universe Philippines 2022 stands against negative comments

05 Feb 2022 | Camilla Suarez

The Miss Universe Philippines organization is all set to host the coronation ceremony for the 2022 edition in April 2022, where delegates from all over the country will compete for the national and an opportunity to represent Philippines at the Miss Universe 2022 pageant.

The organization also recently announced the doors open for the applications of the delegates this year as they are scheduled to host the screening in February 2022. As they begin with the pageant process, the Miss Universe Philippines Organization is taking a stand against offensive comments and statements in our community.



We want Miss Universe Philippines to be a safe haven for positivity. We will not tolerate negative comments directed at anyone. Users will be blocked and comments will be deleted. Join us in fostering #ABeautifulUniverse,” the organization shared.

In a series of posts, the organization announced its ‘Commitment to Fostering’ as they mentioned how hate and disrespect will no more be welcomed in the community. Stating that there are ways to be honest without being cruel and it is time to stop unkind attacks.

After witnessing years of trolling in the community, they also mentioned, “It’s okay to have favourites. It’s not okay to tear others down. Build, don’t break.” The organization also urged the pageant community to keep criticism constructive, opinions sensitive and sensible and statements respectful.



After the tragic death of former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst, the community has once again stepped up and is opening about the importance of mental health and kindness among the industry. The Miss Universe Philippines also highlighted the issue as they paid their tributes to the loss.

“The Universe is still in shock of the sudden passing of Miss Universe USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst. We will remember her as a kind, passionate, and empowered soul who has inspired many in our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones during this difficult time. In the Philippines, we should not take mental health issues for granted. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts or are experiencing a mental health crisis, please seek help by calling the National Mental Health Crisis hotlines,” they wrote.