LINGAYEN, Pangasinan – Miss Millennial Philippines (MP) Top 10 finalist Annie Uson has expressed gratitude for the all-out support she received from Pangasinenses on her recent pageant.
Twenty-year-old Uson, reigning Limgas na Pangasinan 2017, sashayed her way to become a finalist of Eat Bulaga’s beauty search which had its grand finals and coronation at the MOA arena in Pasay City, September 30.
MP crown hopefuls were 38 millennial queens from all over the Philippines who won the beauty searches in their respective provinces or cities.
Uson, via her @MissMillennialPangasinan facebook fanpage, thanked Pangasinenses for rallying behind her all throughout her MP journey.
“I would not have make it this far without the help of Governor Amado I. Espino, III, all the government officials, especially the tourism officers of Pangasinan…” Uson stated in her post.
“… and even if I didn’t win, I am happy because via this fanfage, I was able to showcase the beauty of Pangasinan,” she added.
Stunned with the presence of Pangasinenses during the grandfinals, Uson personally thanked the staff of the Provincial Information Office (PIO) present at the pageant venue to extend her deepest gratitude to the PIO, which helped her massively in developing and promoting her fanpage.
She likewise thanked Eat Bulaga for coming up with the MP pageant which served as a podium for Millennial beauty queens to showcase their provinces and cities: from cultural, arts and heritage to vast natural and man-made wonders and the distinct hospitality of Filipinos.
Miss MP grand winner is Camarines Sur’s Julia Gonowon.
By Dexter A. See