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MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2020 10:24 pm
by Zhenrick
Hello guys,
It's me again your pageant analyst wannabe. :-* :-*
Please check my observation regarding Michelle Gumabao and see how is she getting ready for the upcoming Miss Universe Philippines 2020 first edition as an independent pageant after signing off with Binibining Pilipinas of BPCI. Let's find our her transformation


https://youtu.be/2I3kYw82BSs

Re: MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 4:44 am
by poker_man
She has a very annoying personality and is a real bully but I won't deny that she is really fighting hard to win.

Re: MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2020 9:53 pm
by mrgary
If ever she wins the local crown and gets to represent the Philippines at the Miss Universe arena, then I do hope that she will not take her training for granted this time like what she did during her preparations for Miss Globe 2018. She cannot just "wing it" this time because the stakes are so high at Miss Universe. She also needs to bring down a notch her constant mentioning of volleyball and her love for sports every friggin' time she gets interviewed. "C'mon, girl, there's more to your life experiences than just volleyball or sports in general!". Michele also needs to highlight and to focus more on her own charities and other humanitarian projects during interviews so that people will become cognizant about them. She can talk about the wisdom she and her siblings learned from life as they grew up by themselves whilst their father was away, so that people will find her relatable. Extract the hard lessons of life and present them to the public in a beautiful narrative so that everyone can relate and will be able to appreciate her journey as a person. Third, she also needs to learn to keep her mouth shut if she becomes uncertain of things especially about her wardrobe and other mechanics or activities of the pageant. She doesn't have to let her fellow candidates know about her fashion faux pas or mistakes especially when cameras are around because it'll make her look stupid and so pedestrian. In the western culture, not everyone is comfortable listening or hearing someone else's loud confession of their mistakes. These are almost always frowned upon instead of getting sympathy, or a brownie point. "Please clip it and keep it classy, Michele!" I applaud her for the training she is actively doing while the quarantine is still on. "Kudos, Michele! Keep improving and maintain your momentum!".

Re: MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2020 12:04 pm
by vinusya
She's for Miss World not Miss Universe.

Re: MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2020 10:48 am
by heythantan
I seriously do not get the hype. I agree she's pretty and have good communication skills but she's just plain to me. She doesn't have that extra factor.

Re: MICHELLE GUMABAO TRANSFORMATION

PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2020 12:20 am
by turkolove2
Malabo yan. sports to a balanced life nga ang advocacy nya eh.. changing it would mean inconsistency. and im okay with it. put forward what is closest to ur heart rather than fake it just to sound or look relevant.
mrgary wrote:If ever she wins the local crown and gets to represent the Philippines at the Miss Universe arena, then I do hope that she will not take her training for granted this time like what she did during her preparations for Miss Globe 2018. She cannot just "wing it" this time because the stakes are so high at Miss Universe. She also needs to bring down a notch her constant mentioning of volleyball and her love for sports every friggin' time she gets interviewed. "C'mon, girl, there's more to your life experiences than just volleyball or sports in general!". Michele also needs to highlight and to focus more on her own charities and other humanitarian projects during interviews so that people will become cognizant about them. She can talk about the wisdom she and her siblings learned from life as they grew up by themselves whilst their father was away, so that people will find her relatable. Extract the hard lessons of life and present them to the public in a beautiful narrative so that everyone can relate and will be able to appreciate her journey as a person. Third, she also needs to learn to keep her mouth shut if she becomes uncertain of things especially about her wardrobe and other mechanics or activities of the pageant. She doesn't have to let her fellow candidates know about her fashion faux pas or mistakes especially when cameras are around because it'll make her look stupid and so pedestrian. In the western culture, not everyone is comfortable listening or hearing someone else's loud confession of their mistakes. These are almost always frowned upon instead of getting sympathy, or a brownie point. "Please clip it and keep it classy, Michele!" I applaud her for the training she is actively doing while the quarantine is still on. "Kudos, Michele! Keep improving and maintain your momentum!".