- Alyssa Muhlach accidentally fell on stage during her farewell walk in the Miss World PH 2019 Coronation Night
- The beautiful actress explained that she fell because she was so 'chill' that time
- She just laughed off the unexpected incident and continued her walk
Alyssa Muhlach finally spoke up about her recent incident on stage during the Miss World Philippines Coronation Night.
During her farewell walk as Reina Hispano-Americana Filipinas 2018, Alyssa unexpectedly tripped on the stage for several seconds.
According to the beauty queen, she accidentally stepped on her princess-like ball gown because she was so relaxed at that time.
"I was so chill, kasi I was walking all over the stage. Parang sabi ko, 'Okay kaya ko naman palang mag-walk nang hindi ko iniisip na I have to be careful.'"
"Kasi minsan nakikita sa ‘yo kapag you're thinking about the steps. So nung biglang hindi ko naman inisip, doon ako nahulog"
When asked about her reaction when she fell, Alyssa said that she just laughed it off.
"Nung nahulog ako, natawa na lang talaga ako."
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Previously, KAMI reported about Alyssa Muhlach's unexpected incident during her farewell walk in Miss World 2019.
Alyssa Muhlach Alvarez is the daughter of actress Almira Muhlach and former PBA star player Bong Alvarez. She is the niece of veteran actor Aga Muhlach
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