Binibining Pilipinas 2011 pageant, the spoilers and winners

Looked like my timeline was flooded with Binibining Pilipinas pageant. I didn’t fee like watching TV but monitored Twitter.

Here’s the official results of the Binibining Pilipinas 2011 pageant via adhor.tumblr.com:

Binibining Pilipinas Universe 2011 (Miss Philippines – Universe): #26. Shamcey Supsup, 24, General Santos City

Binibining Pilipinas International 2011 (Miss Philippines – International): #33. Dianne Elaine Necio, 18, Polangui, Albay

Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2011: #25. Isabella Manjon, 23, Pasig City

1st Runner Up: #27. Janine Tugonon, 21, Balanga City, Bataan

2nd Runner Up: #34. Mary Jean Lastimosa aka MJ Lastimosa, 23, Davao City

Congratulations Shamcey Supsup. You deserve the crown . Beauty and brains , indeed. She graduated Magna Cum laude from UP College of Architecture. Top 1 in Architecture board exam in July 2010.

Quotable quote of Bb. Pilipinas-Universe 2011 Shamcey Supsup is “The value of education is something that can’t be taken away from you.”

I didn’t get to watch the pageant but I was amused at the tweets coming in. I think people over-reacted to the spoilers. @harold_geronimo said that “Around 82 people who were in Araneta tweeted the winners earlier. Blame it to ABS-CBN for delayed airing. Twitter is real-time.” What is the big deal? Well many stayed up late just to watch it only to be spoiled. A lot were annoyed at @iamtimyap that someone tweeted that he should get the “The Bb. Pilipinas 2011 Madame Auring award”

@iamMykYambao thinks “the greatest spoiler of the night is ABS2. The length of the telecast resulted to “pagkainip” and all. Kaya may mga taong nagtweet na agad ng winners. Dats fine with me. in whichever case, malalaman pa rin natin ang winners. Ranters shldve not opened twitter while watching kasi”

Watch a few reactions on Twitter

Source- Her Facebook Wall

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