For someone who has been written off as a no-talent model by fellow contestants, Maureen Wroblewitz sure is killing it on the newest season of "Asia's Next Top Model."
The Filipina made it to the top four after winning best photo in Wednesday's episode, with the judges praising the edginess she showed with her face during this week's challenge.
All of the remaining five, Wroblewitz included, had to work on a tropical winter shoot while wearing ice skates.
Wroblewitz is the only Filipina left in the competition following the elimination of Jennica Sanchez and Anjelica Santillan early on.
She wrote on Instagram moments after the episode aired: "I've learned a lot about myself throughout this competition. But the most important thing I've learned is that I never give up.
"I'll keep fighting no matter what and I'll be doing this for all of you. I also wanted to thank you all for the amazing support! You all mean the world to me!
"So many people have been telling me how proud they are of me and you have no idea how much those words mean to me. I hope I inspire every single one of you to go out there and do what you want to do."
Joining Wroblewitz in the the top four is Indonesia's Clara Tan, who earlier labeled Wroblewitz as a "pretty face but with no skills."
Malaysia's Shikin Gomez and Vietnam's Minh Tu Nguyen are also through to the next round. Taiwan's Cindy Chen was eliminated.
A representative from the Philippines has yet to win an edition of "Asia's Next Top Model."