Juliana Parizcova Segovia denies selling Miss Q&A crowns

Juliana Parizcova Segovia says pawning Miss Q&A crowns to Boss Toyo just for content

/ 04:27 PM February 05, 2024

Juliana Parizcova Segovia. Images: YouTube/Ogie Diaz, YouTube/Boss Toyo Production

Juliana Parizcova Segovia. Images: YouTube/Ogie Diaz, YouTube/Boss Toyo Production

“It’s Showtime” Miss Q&A season one winner Juliana Parizcova Segovia clarified that she didn’t sell her crowns to internet personality Jayzon Luzadas, alias Boss Toyo, saying what transpired that time was merely for “content” purposes.

With 11 crowns, Segovia made waves after winning the noontime show’s pageant segment in 2018.


However, she was the subject of criticism after she attempted to sell her “Miss Q&A” crowns in an episode of “Pinoy Pawnstars” series of Boss Toyo in March 2023.


“Hindi, hindi ko naman binenta. For the content lang ‘yun with Boss Toyo (No, no I didn’t sell them. That was meant for content with Boss Toyo),” she said when asked by showbiz writer and talent manager Ogie Diaz about the video on the latter’s YouTube channel.

Segovia, however, admitted that she was the one who came up with the idea as Luzadas always wanted to collaborate with her for a video.

“Noong inaral ko [siya], nalaman kong meron siyang ‘Pinoy Pawnstars’ na nagbebenta ng mga gamit. Ako rin naman ang nakaisip ng content, and [need niya] ng benta kaya kunwari, ibebenta ko ang mga korona ko sa ‘Miss Q&A.’ ‘Yun lang ‘yun. For the content. Papatayin ako ng nanay ko kapag binenta ko ‘yung mga korona,” she said.

(When I learned more about Boss Toyo, I saw that he has this thing called “Pinoy Pawnstars” where items are pawned off. So I was the one who thought of the content. He also needs to earn so we pretended that I would sell my “Miss Q&A” crowns to him. That’s it. For the content. My mom would kill me if I would put my crowns for sale.)

Return to ‘It’s Showtime’

Segovia, who was part of “It’s Showtime” from 2018 until sometime during the pandemic, then admitted that she hoped to return to the Kapamilya noontime show when the right time comes.

“‘Yung mga nakakasalubong ko, sabi, ‘Hindi na kita nakikita. Kailan ka babalik ng ‘It’s Showtime’? Ang sinasagot ko lang, ‘Soon’ para mag-manifest. Gusto kong bumalik kasi doon ako unang rumampa. Mahal na mahal ko ‘yung bahay na ‘yun, ‘yung show na ‘yun,” she said.


(Even those who would approach me would say they don’t see me in the noontime show anymore or when would I return to “It’s Showtime.” I always answer “Soon” to manifest things. I want to come back because this is where my career started. I love the ‘Showtime’ house or show so much.)

On past feud vs Vice Ganda

During the interview, Segovia also addressed her past feud with the noontime show’s mainstay host Vice Ganda, saying she made an effort to reach out to the latter on multiple occasions.

Both showbiz personalities made headlines in 2022 after a video clip of Vice Ganda hinted about a certain someone who makes a living as a troll during the height of the 2022 presidential elections.

While Vice Ganda didn’t address anyone in particular, Segovia felt alluded to by the actor-comedian. Her conversation, which was uploaded by director Daryl Yap on Facebook, became the subject of controversy soon after.

“Nag-exert ako ng effort kay Vice. Even after ng elections, may isang portion na na-mention ako so nag-thank you ako sa kanya. Sabi niya, ‘You’re welcome. Deserve mo naman ‘yun.’ Nag-sorry ako noong na-offend ko man siya before,” she said.

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(I exerted an effort to reach out to Vice. Even after the elections, there was a portion where I was mentioned so I thanked him. He said, “You’re welcome. You deserve it.” I also said sorry if ever I offended him before.

Despite this, Segovia shared during the interview that her work has been “consistent” thanks to the help of Yap and Senator Imee Marcos, whose brother, then-presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the content creator campaigned for.

TAGS: It’s Showtime, Noontime show, Vice Ganda

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