MR. RIGHT, MR. RICH – A lovely actress wanted to meet Mr. Rich. And she did, a few of them, but sadly they turned out not to be Mr. Right for her.
One made her believe he’d marry her… only to realize he only wanted a trophy girlfriend and nothing more.
The other Mr. Rich offered marriage but somehow it didn’t happen. What she got were bruises here and there. Yes, she was a battered sweetheart, more aptly bitterheart.
Much luckier is another actress, who married Mr. Right… and Mr. Rich. His conservative family initially didn’t accept her, but then blood is thicker than water.
This actress had a rather colorful and controversial past. But she learned to rise above that and instead studied to enhance her worth as a woman. Now she blends beautifully, naturally, with the rich and famous, where her husband belongs.
SWEETER – And now here’s a pageant report from Highspeed contributor Jay P. Delgado.
“VICTORY is sweeter the second time around,” these were the exact words that former model/beauty queen and Mrs. Globe National Director Carla Cabrera-Quimpo said before announcing Dr. Fritzie Lexdy Dimailig-Noche as the top winner of the 5th annual Mrs. Philippines Globe Pageant at the Samsung Hall of SM Aurora in Taguig City last Oct. 23, 2016.
Crowd favorite Noche, or Doc Fritzie as the 36-year-old dentist from Balayan, Batangas is fondly called, did not disappoint her family, friends and supporters when she nailed the coveted crown to earn the right to represent the Philippines at the 21st Mrs. Globe world finals to be held in Hainan, China on Dec. 11.
Doc Fritzie will join about 60 married women as well as single moms from around the world to vie for the coveted crown currently held by Sylvia Yaminne of Lebanon.
Former Bb. Pilipinas International (2001) and commercial model Maricarl Tolosa-Cabel placed first runner-up at the 2006 pageant held in Rancho Mirage, California, so far the best placed Pinay delegate in the long-running international tilt for married women.
GRATITUDE – It was indeed sweet victory for the lovely dentist and socialite who joined the same pageant in 2014 where she emerged as a semi-finalist. Aside from the top title, Doc Fritzie also won two special titles: Career Woman of the Year and Supermodel Mom of the Year.
“My heart overwhelms with gratitude and thanks to Our Lord Almighty for answering my fervent prayers to win the crown. Truly God is great all the time,” said Doc Fritzie during her victory party last Oct. 27 at Tramway Garden Buffet in Quezon City.
“I would like to thank my family – my husband Butch Noche, my two sons David and Hiram and only daughter Isis for their unconditional love, understanding and support; they are the sources of my strength and inspiration. And likewise my friends and kababayans in Batangas, and my pageant mentors who all contributed much in this victory,” Fritzie said. “Rest assured that I will work doubly hard for the international competition, and bring honor and pride for our country.
All the best, Doc Fritzie…bring home the country’s first Mrs. Globe crown!