Queens at the EDDYS 2019

Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Christiana Ganados, and Bb. Pilipinas-International 2019 Bea Patricia Magtanong graced the red carpet at The EDDYS 2019 Awards Night held at the New Frontier Theater on Sunday night.  

Queens at the EDDYS 2019
REGAL ON THE RED CARPET. Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Ganados (left) and Binibining Pilipinas International 2019 Patch Magtanong add gritter to the star-studded The EDDYS.
Looking ready for the 2019 Miss Universe and wearing a dark green, high slit, modern terno dress, Ganados said she was excited to be at the star-studded The EDDYS. 

“Win for the Philippines! How are you feeling about that pressure?” Ganados was asked as she walked on the red carpet. 

“I’m a little bit anxious, but I’m coping up because it’s not just about me but its already about the Philippines, so I’ll just be myself and represent the Philippines the best way possible,” Ganados responded.

“I feel humbled. I feel that I’m not supposed to be here,” said Magtanong who was called Atty. Patch by the host of the red carpet. The statuesque lawyer was stunning in an all-white terno dress.  “We’re still completing our game plan for Miss International, maybe we’ll have it done in a week or two.”

Ganados and Magtanong are both showbiz materials and may end up acting in movies or television just like their predecessors 2016 Miss Universe Philippines Maxine Medina and 2016 Miss International Kylie Versoza who have successfully made the transition from being beauty queens to movie stars and are presently in the cast of the ABS-CBN hit afternoon drama series Los Bastardos.

The 3rd EDDYS Entertainment Editors’ Choice Awards marked the 100 years of Philippine Cinema and Best Director winner Joel Lamangan wished for another hundred years.

Topics: Miss Universe Philippines 2019 ,  Gazini Christiana Ganados , Bb. Pilipinas-International 2019 ,  Bea Patricia Magtanong , The EDDYS 2019 Awards Night
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