Another Filipina bowed out of Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 5


MANILA, Philippines – Another Filipina was booted out of Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 5, Wednesday, April 20, in its third episode.

Jennica Sanchez bowed out of the competition after receiving the lowest score in the denim wear photo shoot challenge.

In her Instagram, Sanchez posted a message after being eliminated from the show.

“It’s a weird feeling but I feel very happy that my job is done. I also wanna thank the knowledgeable people who got the logic of the show,” she wrote.

“Honestly speaking I’m not hurt by any comments because it is indeed funny. I will never be ashamed because we need to do what we need to do. You can waste time but you can’t waste mine. You guys only see the version of us that you see on your screens and the story that we are making.”

“I hope you guys learned your lesson because at the end of the day we all know the truth and you don’t. We are in the show and you are dying to be in the show. The best part is that we just laugh it out every time we talk about everything. My friendship with all the girls is the best prize I could have ever receive. We are family and we are all Asia’s Next Top Model.”

“And lastly to the loyal people who chose to believed in me thank you so much for all the support from the day I entered the show up to now that I entered the real world of modeling. Big things are coming my way!”

“My passion for my profession is everything. This is what I love, this is why I wake up every day, no one and nothing can stop me from reaching my dreams. I am Jennica Sanchez and I am more than a reality show,” Sanchez further wrote.

Anjelica Santillan is the first Filipina to bid goodbye to the competition in its first episode. Maureen Wroblewitz is the Philippines’ only remaining representative in the show.

In the fourth cycle of Asia’s Next Top Model, three model aspirants represented the Philippines; Gwen Ruais, Alaiza Malinao and Julian Flores who came in 11th, 10th, and 4th places respectively.

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