2012 Binibining Pilipinas bloopers you didn't see
MANILA, Philippines - Remember Janina San Miguel in the 2008 Binibining Pilipinas coronation night? She became famous because of her booboo in the question and answer round when she stuttered uncomfortably.
These interesting moments in Philippine beauty pageants are often a dime a dozen during the question and answer portions, and the coronation night of the Binibining Pilipinas 2012 was no different.
Take finalist Angelee Delos Reyes for example. Delos Reyes's long response to the short greeting of US Ambassador Harry K. Thomas, one of the pageant judges, amused the live audience:
Thomas: Good evening. How are you?
Delos Reyes: Good evening. I'm so fine and I feel so great that I'm one of the finalists. And I feel so excited that one life will be changed tonight.
Thomas (laughing): Wow, you answered the question before I asked! Let me try…
Thomas then proceeded to ask Delos Reyes a question that takes off from the tourism campaign launched this year: What would make her say that it is indeed "more fun in the Philippines?"
Delos Reyes gave a lengthy, serious response at first then ended with this:
Delos Reyes: I think we have beautiful people, and standing in front you now is an example of a beautiful people of the Philippines.
The audience gave Delos Reyes a wild cheer for this one.
Some incidents were not shown to the viewing public at home. In the delayed telecast of ABS-CBN, some of the bloopers were edited out.
Take the answer of candidate Annalie Forbes to the question of another judge, Spanish Ambassador Jorge Domecq:
Domecq: Social media has changed the world. What do you think are the advantages in this new form of communication?
Forbes: The communication… ano… give us… (bell rings)
The question was repeated, and Forbes was able to answer. It was her second try that was aired.
Another is candidate Liezl Alcantara who was asked by pageant judge Olivier Gougeon:
Gougeon: How do you define happiness?
Alcantara: The Philippines is very fun…
The question was repeated for Alcantara. She responded that she equates happiness with success. It was her refined second response that was aired. - Rappler.com
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