- Shamcey Supsup, a former Philippine bet for Ms Universe 2011, recently posted on social media saying that she’s very proud of Michelle Dee
- In her post, she also expressed admiration for the Philippines’ bet to the 2023 Ms Universe beauty pageant for her “relentless drive to elevate” her cause on the world stage
- The beauty queen also said that Michelle’s gold award in the “Voice for Change” category is testament to her dedication
- She then said that “securing a place in the Top 10 is a remarkable achievement in itself”
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Shamcey Supsup, the Philippines’ bet to the Ms Univeser 2011 pageant, recently posted on Instagram saying that she’s very proud of Michelle Dee.
Michelle, the current bet of the country to the prestigious pageant, while making it to the Top 10, wasn’t able to secure a place in the Top 5 where winners of the Miss U would come from.
Nevertheless, Shamcey said that the dedication of Michelle and her achievements during the pageant is enough to be proud of.
“To Michelle, words are not enough to express how immensely proud I am of you and your relentless drive to elevate your cause on the Universe stage,” Shamcey wrote in her post.
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She also said that Michelle’s gold award in the Voice for Change category proves just how dedicated she is to her cause.
“Being awarded as a gold winner in the Voice for Change category is a true testament to your dedication and your ability to walk the talk like a true queen,” the Philippines’ bet to the 2011 Ms. Universe pageant said.
Shamcey also said that Michelle’s ability to secure a place in the Top 10 is “a remarkable achievement.”
“Securing a place in the top 10 is a remarkable achievement in itself. You have put the Philippines back on the map as a pageant powerhouse, and for that, we are immensely grateful,” she said.
The beauty queen also said that she believed Michelle should have been in the Top 5.
“In my heart, I still believe you deserved a spot in the top 5. But as I often say, we can only control so much; the rest is beyond our grasp,” the beauty queen said.
“Yet, in uniting the Filipino people and showing that kindness can indeed move mountains and create change, you have already triumphed. We eagerly await your return, our Queen. You've made us all so proud,” Shamcey concluded in her post.
Shamcey Gurrea Supsup was born on 16 May 1986 at Mercy Community Clinic in Iligan, Lanao del Norte. Her parents are Timoteo Ferolino Supsup and Marcelina Luega Gurrea. She moved with her family to General Santos when she was three years old. She graduated valedictorian in grade school and then salutatorian in High School. She graduated magna cúm laude from the University of the Philippines Diliman. She topped the Philippines' licensure examination for architects in June 2010.
Last year, Shamcey also posted a heartfelt and honest social media post for Celeste Cortesi, the Philippines' bet for Ms Universe 2022. The MUPH director praised Celeste for fighting bravely in representing the Philippines at the 71st Miss Universe pageant. Despite failing to crack the Top 16, Shamcey said that Celeste was able to make Filipinos proud through her performance. Shamcey added that their experience at the 71st Miss Universe was a lesson in humility, teaching them to stay grounded.
In 2021, Shamcey's post where she and her husband Lloyd Lee were photographed in an unidentified place near a dock showing several speedboats went viral. In the photo, one can see Shamcey hugging Lloyd in a very sweet and endearing manner. What made the photo more amazing is the huge rainbow in the backdrop. It is unclear whether Shamcey is still in the US with the Ms. Universe-Philippines team.
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