Mary Anne Bianca Garcia Guidotti (born September 5, 1989), simply known as Bianca Guidotti, is a Filipino beauty pageant titleholder and fashion model who represented the Philippines in the Miss International 2014 pageant in Japan.
Guidotti graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a degree in European Studies while majoring in International Relations. She speaks four languages fluently: English, Filipino, Spanish, and Portuguese. She lived in Brazil for six years while her grandmother was a diplomat for the Department of Foreign Affairs, and then her later years when her mother remarried a Brazilian citizen. Prior to her beauty pageant commitments, she was working as a technical assistant at a non-governmental organization, CSFI (Community and Family Relations International), which is engaged in the humanitarian response to the widespread devastation, as well as loss of life and livelihood.
Binibining Pilipinas 2014
Guidotti won the title Binibining Pilipinas International 2014 during the Binibining Pilipinas 2014 coronation night where she was also titled as Best in Long Gown. She was crowned by Binibining Pilipinas International 2013 and Miss International 2013, Bea Santiago.
In the question-and-answer round, Philippines' Department of Trade and Industry secretary Gregory Domingo asked, "Should you win one of the titles, how would you use your crown to push for your advocacy?" She answered:
If I win a title, I would use my crown to influence people to adopt their own advocacy. I want people to be passionate about it—something that is really close to their heart. I will someday hopefully make an NGO of my own. So that is how I would promote my advocacy. Thank you.
Miss International 2014
Guidotti represented the Philippines in the Miss International 2014 pageant in Japan. She competed to succeed current Miss International 2013, compatriot Bea Santiago, but failed to place in the semifinals, ending the Philippines' six-year streak of consecutive placements in Miss International, from 2008 through 2013. The winner was Valerie Hernandez of Puerto Rico.