By Matikas Santos
If it wasn’t for her love of reading, Miss Universe 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup would not have achieved everything she has achieved so far: a Magna Cum Laude graduate from the University of the Philippines, an architecture licensure exam topnotcher, and a world-renowned beauty queen.
By Armin Adina
Miss Universe 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup got an invitation to become a host in the coming Miss Universe pageant.
Tessa!By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
Camsur was a-buzz all of last week, filled with more than 2,000 “game changers” attending the 22nd Philippine Advertising Congress, the industry’s biennial conference. I felt like a game changer, too, since that seems to be what I do in the car these days—putting on makeup and changing my wigs as I rush from one event to another.
By the Staff
A great deal of weight was riding on beauty queen Shamcey Supsup’s shoulders the night she competed with 88 of the world’s most beautiful women in the recent Miss Universe beauty pageant in Brazil.
By Joy Rojas
She arrives early at the Salon de Ning at Peninsula Manila surrounded by an entourage that includes executives from Bb. Pilipinas Charities, Inc., and her mother, Marcelina.
By Christine O. Avendaño
For President Benigno Aquino III, the engagement of his former girlfriend, TV host and Valenzuela City Councilor Shalani Soledad and Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo reminded him of a line in his favorite song, “Got to Believe In Magic.”
By Fe Zamora
Call him a modern-day Professor Higgins, for in a way that’s what kinesiologist John Jay Cuay is doing.
By Thelma Sioson San Juan
We knew the lunchtime buzz the past week would be Shamcey Supsup and the coveted Miss Universe crown. But what hilariously surprised us was, as early as the weekend before the pageant, friends traveling with us to Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia, were already in Miss Universe mode.
By Tina G. Santos
A ticker-tape parade awaits Miss Universe 3rd runner-up Shamcey Supsup in Makati City, where she finished her secondary studies in a city public high school, on Monday.
By Pam Pastor
My friends said you had a strong chance. And I trusted them because they’ve followed your every move these past months, they who study beauty pageants as if they were a science.
By Marina A.S. Benipayo
They say there are three things which should never be discussed—politics, religion and taxes. In the Miss Universe pageant last Monday, this unspoken rule was broken. Judge Viveca Fox asked Binibining Pilipinas Shamcey Supsup, “Would you change your religious beliefs to marry the person you love? Why or why not?” Without batting an eyelash, Shamcey [...]