Shamcy Supsup

September 13, 2011 by Post Team 

Shamcy SupsupShamcy Supsup, Rehearsals for the night of the coronation of the 60th Miss Universe Miss next to be held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Tuesday morning (Manila time), is underway, with the Philippines representative Shamcey Supsup among those who work hard to have the opportunity to be in the top 16.

According to a “Kay Ganda Umagang” report Shamcey, like the rest of the delegates, has been practicing “every day” leading to the date of the letter in red.

And like Shamcey, family and colleagues in the city are also busy preparing for the event.

Katangawan barangay officials in General Santos City, said in a report being prepared multiple projectors so that all people could see the live broadcast of the parade through ABS-CBN and joy with Shamcey.

In an interview with “Kay Ganda Umagang” said Supsup father, Timothy, his enthusiasm for the final night, as he also shared his skepticism about the love and popularity that her daughter is enjoying talent.

“Paan ko na ako maisip kalabaw nakasakay SA in ‘contestant Miss ko yung anak Universe,” wondered the same “Kay Ganda Umagang” report.

However, he added, “Nagpapasalamat ako sa ako sa nagtagumpay Lord na ng anak ko pagpalaki.”

The largest Supsup, a farmer, he was caring for his daughter after his wife decided to work abroad. Not a few have noticed the effect it had on the budding beauty, reminiscent of many to be “childish” for growth.

“About kasi sila ng father Kanyange. Hilig Wala nga ng Sumalia beauty contest,” said Tobias Flores, one of the primary school teachers Shamcey in a recent report on “The Buzz.”

A childhood friend, Eveleyn Sarmiento, on the other hand, points out the advantages Shamcey childhood. “Hilig lang mag-drawing. Bata pa siya nun. Tinuturuan nga niya ako,” he said.

Born May 16, 1986, he moved to General Santos Shamcey with her father when she was three years old. A naturally curious child, the young Shamcey always try to discover new things in and around their farm. He also helped his father feed the chickens and goats.

“Yan din ko Tinuruan ‘magtanim tsak ng rice corn,” he said proudly in an interview with Tim “The Buzz”.

More than anything, Shamcey loved books and it helped him when he started school.

Shamcy a better student of his batch of elementary school, and was a greeting of Makati in high school. He also graduated magna cum laude from the University of the Philippines on his way to the top of the Architect Licensure Examination 2010.

“Talaga Matalin siya. Tsak very responsible SA MGA studies niya,” said Christian Cruz, college friend of Shamcey in an interview on “The Buzz”.

“Siya ang Namin Sa nagtuturo lot,” said Ron Buenaflor, another college friend.

Although everyone could remember being especially diligent Shamcey when it comes to hitting the books, could not believe that Shamcey finally join a contest.

Agnes Sison, another college friend, remembers being surprised to learn that Shamcey joined Binibining Pilipinas to tilt.

“Ako ng Gulat Sumalia na siya gulat. Sabi ko, ‘Oh, my God, if Shamcey! Ni hindi nga yan nag-i-Sleeveless’”

She was the mother of Shamcey, Marcelina Supsup, which paved the way for its accession to the Bb. Pilipinas contest. “Pa lang ako na June saan ba ako nagtatanong aaply mag-na hindi alam niya But Balak Akong may ganun.”

Shamcey Today has been a leader in the polls unofficial web sites around the world show different. As of this writing, still leading the fan site online voting of the second largest Spanish-language television network in the U.S., Telemundo, a total of 1,944,769 votes.

Representative of Venezuela in a close second place with a total of 1,879,177 votes, while Mexico dropped bid to number three with 1,398,749.

Officials are ordering Gensan Pinoys voting for others to follow to enter Shamcey with none other than world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao Gensan native called his countrymen to help accomplish the feat Shamcey previously held by Gloria Diaz and Margie Moran in 1969 1973.

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