A Star–Studded Cast leads the 13th Visayan Association Anniversary and Miss Visayas Australia Coronation Night
By Richard J Ford - PRO (VAA Inc.)
August 18, 2016
A jam packed night to help celebrate and promote what the Visayas has to offer. Special guests included the local MP for Liverpool and also Shadow Attorney-General Paul Lynch, APCO Inc. President Pet Storey, People of Australia Ambassador Dr. Cen Amores, various community leaders, past winners Miss Visayas Australia and Miss Philippine Australia Glyssa Perez 2014 and now Miss Bohol 2016 and the reigning Miss Philippine Australia Rica Alido Sey who also was crowned Miss Visayas Australia 2015.
The special all-star cast was headed by Diana Ross, Emcees Mario and Elsie Saguin introduced the cast.
Diana Ross – Touch Me In The Morning – Dian Ford
Madonna – Like A Virgin – Vivian Brewington
Tina Turner – Simply The Best - Annie Quebec
Britney Spears – Baby One More Time - Sarah Salazar
Janet Jackson – Make Me Move – Daniel Lo Franco
Max Surban – Gugma sa Tigulang - Judith Broad and Josephine Brown
Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want To Have Fun – Jenny Goodwin
Jennifer Lopez – Let’s Get Loud – Alma Middlebrook
Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive – Carmen Fraser
Lady Gaga – Bad Romance – Josephine Brown
Cher – If I Could Turn Back Time – Malou Fietz
ABBA – Dancing Queen – Beth Gamo and Juliet Vella
With backup entertainment provided by Stephanie Bernardo, Sharlene Gamo, Katherine Tiatco and two extraordinary dancers to the stars, the Fil-Oz Liverpool Junior Dance Group who are Georgia Fenton and Ellelouise Hipolito. The traditional Kuratsa Dance performed by Dian Ford and the President of the Visayan Association of Australia, Jhun Salazar.
Dr Cen Amores donned the glittering sash and trophy given by APCO Inc President Pet Storey. Amid all the cheers and support are everyone’s best wishes for Adriana at the next Beauty Pageant to be held at the Fiesta Kultura in October. The evening finished with the traditional Raffle Prize draws and the Disco Dance.
“Do you know that what a man can do, a woman can do better?” The lady at the podium said it loud and clear. She surveyed the audience with a captivating, charismatic smile. There was an equal representation of the sexes. The women clapped cheerfully. The men could only smile, while a few shook their heads disapprovingly....
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