Iconic ‘Miss Q & A’ Pageant Returns to Kumu

‘Beki’ beauty queens all over the world can now join the popular “Miss Q & A” competition of “It’s Showtime” as it returns as an online pageant on the Kumu app this June.

Called “Miss Q & A: The Search for KUMUkudaan Queen,” the new edition is open to gay men and transgender women who are aged 18 and up and can take on any question with wit, substance, and poise.

To audition, just download the Kumu app and create an account. On their accounts, applicants should post a one-minute video wearing a pageant-ready outfit, introduce themselves in a unique and clever way, and explain why they should be crowned as the “Miss Q & A KUMUkudaan Queen.”

The same entry or post should be captioned with the applicant’s name, age, the city or province they are from, and the official hashtag #MissQandAonKUMU. After this, click “publish” and share the video on different social media accounts.

“It’s Showtime” will only accept one video audition per Kumu account. Interested bekis have until June 25 to create and submit their entries.

Download the Kumu app now and follow @itsShowtimeNa to get regular updates. To view the full mechanics and terms at conditions, visit

Don’t miss the fun and excitement on “It’s Showtime” by subscribing to and livestreaming its episodes from Mondays to Fridays.

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