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Mr. World Noble King 2019 to crown Three Kings

Mr. World Noble King 2019 to crown Three KingsTwenty-one gorgeous candidates from around the world are in the country to vie for the Mr. World Noble King 2019 title, “A Man with a Noble Purpose” pageant presented by MegaStar Production headed by CEO Ovette Ricalde and general manager Jeffrey Caballero.

At stake are three international titles, Mr. World Noble King, Mr. Universe Noble King, and Mr. International Noble King.  

Mr. World Noble King 2019 to crown Three Kings
Philippine representatives Arnel Peña Colis and John Cedie Batalla. 
The delegates are from Algeria, Armenia, Australia, El Salvador, Gambia, India, India East, Japan, Liberia, Mexico, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Thailand, USA, Fil-USA, Fil-South, and the Philippines.

The Philippines has two representatives in Arnel Peña Colis and Fil-South  John Cedie Batalla.  

Colis, a native of Mexico, Pampanga is a graduate of BSED Secondary Education in MAPEH and works as a model under the Middle-East-based Face Model International. The Ginoong Pilipinas KSA 2016 and Mister COSMO OFW 2018 is the cousin of Miss Globe 2015  Anne Colis.

At the Cultural and Swimwear Competition held in Camp Benjamin in Alfonso, Cavite, the candidates wore Barong Tagalog by  Edwin Rosas Visda and Swimwear by MegaStar collection. They also reached out to some BJMP inmates to help these persons who are deprived of liberty.

The coronation of the first Mr. World Noble King 2019 is set at Tanghalang Pasigueño, Pasig City, on Dec. 15 at 7:00 in the evening.

Topics: Mr. World Noble King 2019 , MegaStar Production , Ovette Ricalde , Jeffrey Caballero
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