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"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." - Kurt Cobain (Nirvana's Vocalist)

"I want to be the next Mister United Continents because I want to use this as platform to give me power so that I can help others and make good charities, I want to have fun!"


Tell us a little about yourself, your family background, education? 

A simple and easy-go-lucky person with lots of dreams. I live alone and learn how to be independent since my parents are both working abroad. An incoming senior college student at Jose Rizal University taking up Banking and Finance.

How did you become interested in pageants?

 I wasn't really interested in joining pageants before but I think God put me in this way or kind of competition, rather than being a good basketball player.

How does it feel to represent the province of Tarlac in Mister United Continents Philippines 2016?

I feel blessed! There's more good looking guy out there which has more potential than I am, yet I was still chosen to represent Tarlac. 

Give three adjectives that your friends would use to describe you.

They told me I am, tall dark and handsome but I told them not to use handsome just friendly, since I'm a friendly guy.

Tell us about one life-changing experience in your life.

Joining pageants is a life changing experience in my life. Because of this, I learn how to show my full confidence on and off stage.

Name things that you would never do.

To disrespect my parents!

What do you like to do for fun?

Having good friends, friends that will not look on your life's status. I am a kind of person that if you're good to me, then I'll return it twice fold but if you're bad with me you have nothing to worry about, I'll still be good to you. 

 What would constitute a "perfect" evening for you?

My perfect evening? Joining my family or my future wife on a dinner, and pray with them before sleeping.

Tell us a little bit about the province of Tarlac.

As I know, Tarlac has its own specialty when it comes to foods specially that so called "kakanin". Another thing we are known for hospitality when visitors come and visit our place. 

 How would you describe your advocacy to the judges?

 My chosen advocacy is about anti-bullying and discrimination in all means. I will describe to them the cause and effect of this, that harm people who have experienced bullying or discrimination, sometimes it leads to suicide. Others, doesn't want to go out anymore because they are afraid or scared to be bullied or discriminated which may lead to depression. 

 Boxers or Briefs? 

I'm more comfortable in boxers than briefs.

Blue or Pink?

Blue, I like dark colors than light.

Piolo Pascual or Derek Ramsay?

Piolo, I like the way he acts. He is also one of the great actors in the show business industry.

Anne Curtis or Angel Locsin?

Anne, I love her confidence, specially when she sings even though she's out of tune.

Message to your supporters, friends and family?

 Thank you to all my friends, family, and especially to those who are there to support me win or lose. God bless everyone.
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 Good luck Alex on your journey to this pageant and thank you for granting us this interview.


  1. Ang cute naman nito. Potential winner, ano ba number nya?


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