Juliana Parizcova Segovia is Showtime's “Miss Q & A” grand winner

    MANILA, Philippines – In time with the culmination of Pride Month, ABS-CBN's “It’s Showtime" hailed Juliana Parizcova Segovia as “Miss Q and A” winner in the grand finals dubbed “The Final Answer… and I Thank You!” at Resorts World Manila on Saturday, June 30.

    Juliana Parizcova Segovia is the first-ever "Miss Q & A" of It's Showtime.
    Juliana Parizcova Segovia is the first-ever "Miss Q & A" of It's Showtime.

    Juliana from Pasay City, bested other nine grand finalists including hall of famers Rianne Azares, Matrica Matmat Centino (first runner-up) and Top 3 finalist Lars Pacheco (second runner-up).

    Juliana impressed the judges during the Final Question round: "Ano ang pinaka-mahirap na tanong sa palagay mo?"

    Juliana Parizcova Segovia is Showtime's “Miss Q and A” grand winner
    Photo Courtesy of ABS-CBN Entertainment.

    Miss Q & A Top 6 (in no particular order) clashed in the DeBattle round.

    • Rianne Azares vs. Matrica Matmat Centino
    • Juliana Parizcova Segovia vs. Elsa Droga Mendoza
    • Marigona Donna Dragusha vs. Lars Pacheco

    “Miss Q and A” grand finals top 6
    Miss Q & A Top 6 finalists.

    As the grand winner of the hit competition, Juliana received a “retoke” package worth P500,000, an all-expense paid trip for two to Thailand, the “Miss Q and A” crown and trophy, and P1 million.

    Aside from the grand prize, special awards were given to the contestants: Elsa Droga Mendoza (Beks in Costume), Odessa Jones (Best in Chuk-Chak Award), Gianna Castiglione Francisco (Beshie ng Bayan), Benzen delos Verges (Beks in Long Gown) and Lars Pacheco (Ganda Ka?Award).

    “Miss Q and A” grand finals
    L-R: Benzen delos Verges, Gianna Francisco, Elsa Mendoza, Odessa Jones and Lars Pacheco | Photo Credit: ABS-CBN

    The noontime show's segment is derived from the "Question and Answer" segment of beauty pageants. It is a pageant for gays and transwomen (LGBT). Miss Q & A does not focus on the physical features of the contestants -- how gorgeous they look or what they wear -- but on how they think, respond, and present themselves.

    — The Summit Express
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