Cebuano nurse in Hawaii, one of the candidates in Misters of Filipinas
A CEBUANO nurse working in Hawaii will be one of the candidates in the Misters of Filipinas pageant.
Lyre Yves Campos, 24, from Talisay City will represent the Filipino community in Hawaii, as announced in the Misters of Filipinas’ Facebook page.
Campos, who spoke to Cebu Daily News, said that he was happy to be part of the Misters of Filipinas.
“I’ve been waiting for this since 2014, and finally my time has come,”he said.
Campos is based in Hawaii for five years now, and has been working as a nurse for four years. He was asked by the Filipino community there
to be their representive to the annual male pageant.
“I want to inspire the youth to be the best version of themselves, by prioritizing education and having a good healthy lifestyle,” he added.
Preparing himself not just mentally but also physically, Campos is determined to win in Misters of Filipinas. He lives a healthy lifestyle,
regularly works out and eats the right food and proportions. He does CrossFit to maintain his physique.
“I also asked people I’ve worked with in the pageant industry for pointers with regard to how I look, how I walk and how to answer during interviews,” Campos added.
The last time Campos joined a pageant in the Philippines was Mr. Olive-C in 2013 where he won second runner-up.
The grand finals of the Misters of Filipinas will be on Sept. 30 at the One Esplanade in Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.
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