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    Mitch Montecarlo Suansane is Showtime's “Miss Q & A” 2019 grand winner

    MANILA, Philippines – ABS-CBN's It’s Showtime hailed Mitch Montecarlo Suansane as “Miss Q and A” 2019 winner in the grand finals dubbed “The Final Chukchak... Vaklang Twooo!” at Araneta Coliseum on Saturday, February 23.

    Mitch Montecarlo Suansane is Showtime's “Miss Q & A” 2019 grand winner
    Congratulations, Mitch Montecarlo Suansane! Photo Credit: Twitter/It's Showtime

    Mitch Montecarlo became the second queen succeeding first-ever winner Juliana Parizcova Segovia as he bested other nine grand finalists including the crowd favorite Brenda Mage, Chad Kinis Lustre-Reid (second runner-up) and hall of famer Czedy Rodriguez (first runner-up)

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

    • Brenda Mage vs. Mitch Montecarlo Suansane
    • Chad Kinis Lustre-Reid vs. Anne Patricia Lorenzo
    • Czedy Rodriguez vs. Ayesha Lopez

    Miss Q and A Top 6 finalists
    Miss Q and A Top 6 finalists | Photo Credit: ABS-CBN

    As the grand winner of the hit competition, Mitch received the “Miss Q and A” crown worth Php 450,000, “retoke” package worth P500,000, Php 200,000 pangkabuhayan package, an all-expense paid trip for two to South Korea, brand new car from Aficionado including products and P2 million cash prizes.

    The Php 450,000 worth Miss Q and A crown.
    The Php 450,000 worth Miss Q and A crown.

    Aside from the grand prize, special awards were given to the contestants: Elthon Bequio (Beks in Costume), Brenda Mage (Beshie ng Bayan), Dionisia Clara dela Fuente (Beks in Chukchak), Anne Patricia Lorenzo (Ganda Ka Award) and Ayesha Lopez (Beks in Long Gown).

    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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