After the viral golden girl Margielyn Didal, we have more Filipinas waving Pinoy pride! For one there’s Fil-am ‘So You Think Can Dance’ 2018 winner Hannahlei Cabanilla. And yes, she totally proved that she CAN dance.

Then, there’re are also top trending models like Victoria’s Secret model Kelsey Meritt, and Asia’s Next Top Model contestants Jachin Manere and Adela Marshall. It’s really been a great week for Filipinas waving Pinoy pride to the whole world. And whether through their dancing, modelling, and even their sports, we’re SUPER proud of them all!

Get to know more about them with us as we round up their successes on this list!

1. Hannahlei Cabanilla

Hannahlei is the first Filipino-American to win the $250,000 prize as the grand winner of this season of “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Yes, Filipinos can DEFINITELY dance. And we know that you don’t even have to go out of the country to do this! If you want to see great Filipino dancers, why not join us for All The Way Up?

And you won’t only see Filipinas dancing in that competition, you’ll see Filipino guys and even kids strut their stuff with their talented crews too!

2. Kelsey Meritt

We are SUPER proud of Kelsey Meritt for finally reaching her dream of walking the VS Fashion Show catwalk! She even tweeted about this in 2017, and now her dream is finally coming true!

And the best part is, she’s super proud to be Filipino! So don’t mind the haters, Kelsey. You do you.

3 & 4. Asia’s Next Top Model Contestants Jachine Manere and Adela Marshall

Asia’s Next Top Model is on its 6th season, and we have TWO contestants for #TeamPhilippines!

You might even recognize one of them as the face o our site—Jachin Manere has been a U Do U model since January 2017! And we’re totally rooting for her AND Adela to win this!

BONUS! (5.) Joshua dela Cruz

We know, we know. We were only talking about viral Filipinas waving Pinoy pride, but we can’t help but include Joshua too!

Blue’s Clues might’ve been a big part of your childhood, and now a Filipino is going to be part of other kids’ childhood too! That’s Filipino pride, alright.

Filipinas (and Filipinos) are very talented. And we’re sure that in the following days, there will be more of our kababayans who will be waving Pinoy pride for us! And don’t worry, we’ll keep you updated through our Facebook and Twitter @UDoUPh all the time.