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Dubai to hold inaugural Mister International Philippines; here’s how to join the male pageant


Dubai is organizing the well-known make pageant in the Philippines, the Mister International Philippines. 

Dubai-based events company Teal Orange Recreational Services was able to obtain the license from the main pageant owner and will start to search for the official Mister International Philippines Dubai official candidates on August 27, 2022. 

The grand winner will be representing the Filipino Community in Dubai and the Northern Emirates in the Philippines which is scheduled on November 26, 2022. 

The male pageant is open to all 18 to 28 years old Filipinos or with mixed Filipino heritage who are mentally and physically fit with a minimum of 5’9” in height. 

“Single, resident, or visit visa are welcome and who are advocates for sports and wellness,” the event management said. 

Interested applicants may send one close-up (portrait and whole-body photos) and one-minute video introduction to and must fill the application form at 

The last day of submission will be on August 20, 2022. 

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