April 12, 2011 by staff
Shamcey Supsup, An architecture magna c*m laude from the University of the Philippines (UP), which surpassed the architectural licensure examinations in 2010 beat 39 other contestants to win the 2011 Bb. Pilipinas-Universe title in a brilliant coronation night of three hours Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum.
No. 26 on the lot, Shamcey Supsup Gorea, 24, regal 5’7 .5 “and weighs 105 pounds. Won points on the board of judges when asked during the Q & A portion of the 15 semi -finalists by Judge Hugh Wilson Consul General, Embassy of Australia what causes he espoused. She said: “Education. You can have the money and fame, but can take (them) away from you. Education is something nobody can take away from you. ”
A similar Penelope Cruz, is a contest Supsup neophytes, but one of the SRO crowd favorite from the beginning of the ceremony, broadcast live by ABS-CBN, the network partner of the new Bb. Pilipinas Charities, Inc. (BPCI).
Studied in Thailand for over a year in primary and secondary school complete a salutatorian. She loves reading and drawing and, at 15, held her first exhibition of paintings.
“I thought it was too good to be true,” Supsup said in a telephone interview with a local radio station in General Santos City, where it is.
The government of General Santos City, which has given the title of Gensan Supsup Goodwill Ambassador, is preparing a hero’s welcome.
Appointed 2011 Bb. Pilipinas-International was fool Dianne Samar, 18, of Polangui, Albay, who won first place second to fellow Bicolano Raj Venus in last year’s Bb. Pilipinas search. She is the third of Albay to win a national beauty title in three years, following Jane Varanasi (Legazpi City), Mutya ng Pilipinas International , and Melody Gersbach (Daraga, Albay), BB 2009. Pilipinas international character who died in a car crash in August last year on her way to the town of Daraga Naga to sit as judge in the contest Miss Bicolandia 2010.
Standing 5’5 .5 “and weighing 116 pounds, Dianne list spinning rod between their talents, shown at the University of San Antonio in Iriga City where he studied.
Asked by the judge Silvana Fornari during the Q & A that her greatest achievement was, Fool, No. 33, said: “When I got first runner up in last year’s Bb. Pilipinas contest” and said without blinking that its primary purpose was to win the Bb. Pilipinas International crown. She did.
According to Albay Gov. Joey Salceda, the provincial government is preparing a caravan red carpet for Dianne Legazpi Airport to the main roads of the city, and receives a special resolution of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan to recognize their contribution to the pride and honor Albay.
Elected 2011 Bb. Pilipinas-Tourism, a new title added to the contest to replace the Bb. Pilipinas-World title that now belongs to another franchisee, was Isabel Catipunan Manjon (No. ), 24, who is 5’7 “and weighs 125 pounds. Asked by the judge Ernie Lopez during the Q & A if a parent could do the duties of a mother, Isabel, a registered nurse in UERM, and Angelina Jolie Deadringer, said: “Yes, he can”, because as far as was concerned, “Everyone is equal.”
First runner up was Janine Tugonon (No. 27) and the second runner up was Mary Jane Lastimosa (No. 34).
Supsup also won three special awards – Miss Philippine Airlines, Miss Cream silk and Best Talent.
Unlike the past, this year’s parade scrapped the selection of the top five finalists chosen from semi-finalists who so impressed the judges and audiences with her wit and intelligence, her answers short and substantial – and grammar. In contrast, the top three winners were picked directly from the semifinals.
Supsup go to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to compete in the Miss Universe pageant, which until now has been won by two Philippines, Gloria Diaz in 1969 and Margarita Moran in 1973, while Fool compete in the Miss International, where he has won four Philippines – Gemma Cruz in 1964, Aurora Pijuan in 1970, Melanie Marquez in 1979 and Precious Lara Quigaman in 2005.
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