Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Ganados sashayed through Cebu City streets on Sunday at the Pasigarbo sa Sugbo (Pride of Cebu) festival of festivals, the biggest parade organized in the province in terms of the number of dancing contingents. INQUIRER PHOTO/DALE ISRAEL
Gazini Ganados fears not expressing emotions well in English
“Today I feel like I woke up on the wrong side of the bed. There are days where you feel like you’re not doing enough at all. And I’m thinking all about, you know, the speech that we’re gonna do,” Ganados said.
“What I’m scared the most is to not be able to share my emotions or my feelings in English language,” she added.
Pieksma agreed with Ganados, saying “Yeah, yeah, I have the same problem.”
Ganados, a 23-year-old Filipno-Palestinian beauty from Cebu, is eyeing a back-to-back win for the Philippines after Catriona Gray won last year.
Reigning Miss Universe Gray will be passing on the title at the crowning ceremony happening Monday in Atlanta, Georgia. #