Binibining Pilipinas 2018 Q & A portion.
Here are some of the jitters and stumbles of the Binibining Pilipinas 2018 contestant during the make or break portion of the competition, the Q&A.
The Binibining Pilipinas 2018 was held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
With the thousands of people that it could accommodate, surely, contestants will get nervous.
And it was evident on the way they answered in the Q&A portion of the competition.
Check out the questions and the answers to each contestant
BINIBINI 38 KAREN JUANITA GALLMAN
She’s been criticized with her answer whether a third restroom should be built for transgenders.
“I definitely agree there should be a third restroom for transgender because us women would like a privacy and also with men, and we have a separate room for the transgender. It just serves as an equality and privatization. Thank you,” she answered.
BINIBINI 17 MA. AHTISA MANALO
She stammered but was able to recover when asked, “How should a beauty queen respond to ruthless criticism?”.
Manalo responded, “A beauty queen should always respond to criticisms constructively. We beauty queens are public figures and we put ourselves in a position to be judged. But nonetheless, we should always, we should always filter which comments we should accept and what we should not. Thank you.”
BINIBINI 35 SANDRA LEMONON
She wasn’t able to answer about her insights on the “Build, Build, Build” program of the government but she still indicated, “The insights of the government’s ‘Build, Build, Build’ program. Actually, I studied so much for this Q&A, but suddenly that’s something that I really don’t know much about. But, at least I’m here trying to answer a good question. Thank you!”
BINIBINI 21 ANJAME MAGBITANG
In this portion, she wasn’t able to finish her answer when she was asked when is the right time to listen and to speak.
Her answer: “It’s time to listen if you respect the people who will talk and then you will try to speak after the people who talk to you speak because there must be…The best version…”
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