Bb. Pilipinas 2015 Top 15 Question & Answer Portion (VIDEO)

Below is the full transcript and video of the Q&A segment of last night’s Bb. Pilipinas 2015 Grand Coronation Night held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City.

See Also:
Binibining Pilipinas 2015 Official Results and Winners
Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach is Bb. Pilipinas-Universe 2015 Winner


Q: Can you tell us your thoughts about internet censorship?
(Answered by #10 Pia Wurtzbach: I think that we should be careful with what we post online, especially our thoughts and our opinions that we don’t hurt anybody, especially selfies. We have to be careful with what we post, especially with our bodies and our faces. So always think before you click.)

Q: What is more important, a successful career or a happy home?
(Answered by #11 Janicel Lubina: As a Filipina, we can have both. We can face a lot of challenges. We do not let challenges to stop us from reaching our goals in life. I want to pursue my education. I want to have a happy life.)

Q: Will you marry a man who is less successful than you?
(Answered by #25 Rogelie Catacutan: I would marry a man who is less successful than me because when you say love it’s how you interact with people. Love is unconditional thing that everyone needs.)

Q: In the wake of conflicts and controversies, how winning a crown is relevant?
(Answered by #28 Hannah Ruth Sison: I can be a very good inspiration to a lot of people and voice to inspire people to help and to unite.)

Q: What would you tell a child who longs to her OFW mother?
(Answered by #19 Christi McGarry: I will tell a child who longs for her OFW mother, is that she sacrifices a lot for her and one day she will be in her arms again.)

Q: How would you describe or define the country, Philippines, to a foreigner?
(Answered by #8 Kimverlyn Suiza: Philippines has a beautiful places but most importantly beautiful people. Despite calamity we look come back for a beautiful tomorrow.)

Q: How has Bb. Pilipinas changed you?
(Answered by #24 Ann Lorraine Colis: Joining Bibinibing Pilipinas changed my life because it paved the way for my advocacy education. For me education can change the world.)

Q: What is your message of peace to fellow Filipinos?
(Answered by #34 Teresita “Winwyn” Marquez: We should learn the importance of dialogue to be able to have a conflict resolution. Filipinos have integrity. If we all unite and be able to help one another, then we achieve peace.)

Q: When is a woman truly successful?
(Answered by #21 Alaiza Flor Malinao: A woman is truly successful when she sees the happiness of the people around her and if she has a special someone standing right next to her.)

Q: Aside from winning tonight, what was your prayer when you woke up this morning?
(Answered by #23 Justine Felizarta: My prayer when I woke up this morning is for my family to get here safely because they mean the world to me and they are my root. They keep me strong whatever I do.)

Q: How will you handle fame?
(Answered by #17 Brenna Gamboa: Stay true to my roots, always remember who you are and be a proud Filipino.)

Q: What do you believe is God’s greatest gift to women?
(Answered by #22 Anja Vanessa Peter: God’s greatest gift to women is giving birth to a child.)

Q: How will you motivate Manny Pacquiao in his upcoming match against Mayweather?
(Answered by #9 Maolin Yalung: Tell him to just be yourself. Always believe in God.)

Q: In our modern age, do you think it’s appropriate for women to court men?
(Answered by #12 Kylie Verzosa: Anything is possible. I believe that women are strong and empowered. Men should go after women.)

Q: Who is the international personality you would like to take a selfie with?
(Answered by #14 Princess Joy Camu: International personality to have selfie with is Angelina Jolie, an example of a strong woman.)