Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Ganados: ‘Nothing but hard work’

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Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Ganados: ‘Nothing but hard work’
The Cebuana stunner thanks all her family and supporters as she begins preparing to win an even bigger crown

MANILA, Philippines — Two days after winning the Miss Universe Philippines 2019 title, Gazini Ganados thanked her followers and supporters in an Instagram post.

The Cebuana beauty queen dedicated the win not just to her supporters but to her family. (READ: Who is Gazini Christiana Ganados, Miss Universe Philippines 2019?)

“MAAYONG HAPON!! I still can’t believe It! Cebuanos We Made It!! First, let me give thanks to the almighty Father for bringing me this far and giving me the strength, courage, faith and the DETERMINATION to succeed. To my guardian angel nanay and tatay. It is with deepest appreciation and sincere gratitude to say thank you.”

She also thanked the people who helped her in the pageant including her Cebu modeling agency Origin Model Management and Kagandahang Flores Cebu. She also gave a special thank you to her social media admins and the designers and glam team who worked with her.

“I can’t thank each and everyone of you enough for being so supportive throughout my entire journey. You all deserve more than just a ‘Thank you!’ I need you all to know that you will remain in my heart now and forever.

“All your love and support has made the endless days and nights of blood, sweat and tears, vigorous training sessions, all worthwhile!”

She also gave a special thank you to her Binibini sisters and queens.

“To my other beautiful Binibini sisters, CONGRATULATIONS  you did it, I did it, we all did it !! We are all WINNERS. I can assure you that this is not the end. This is the start of a new beginning  You girls did an awesome job!

“It was nothing but hard work and with hard work, comes success.”

 

Gazini is set to compete in the Miss Universe pageant by the year’s end. She hopes to duplicate the success of reigning Miss Universe Catriona Gray, who became 4th Filipina to win the title in December 2018. — Rappler.com

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