Suffer Sireyna is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. It is a "beauty contest" for not-so-beautiful flamboyant trans women who will compete against each other in food challenges, acting skits, and question-and-answers. The contestants are made to suffer through outrageous requests by the hosts, like the ingestion of Barako coffee in powder form while struggling to verbalize their witty introductory mottos or sayings. The contestants are judged by the studio audience based on the amount of applause received. The daily winners will then move on to the month-long grand finals, competing in wacky obstacle courses.
A running gag in the daily rounds was the amount of cash prize given to the winner. In the third episode of the contest, the hosts started giving out a cash prize of ₱500 for the daily winner. The cash amount that were given every next episode increased very diminutively without reaching ₱1000.
The segment is a spoof of the classic Eat Bulaga! transgender beauty pageant Super Sireyna. The title of the segment is a portmanteau of the two Filipino words "sirena" (which is a Filipino slang for a homosexual individual) and "reyna."
Unlike other pageants, the grand finals of Suffer Sireyna is more than one month long. The daily grand finals typically involves three grand finalists who must undergo a question-and-answer portion and an obstacle course in order to move on the next daily grand finals. The daily grand finals are basically elimination rounds until only five grand finalists are left to compete in the championship round.
The ultimate grand finals of the competition was held on 2 August 2014 in the Marikina Sports Complex. There were five finalists from different barangays across Metro Manila who must complete an obstacle course as the deciding factor for the competition's winner. First, each contestant must run around each cone as quickly as possible while carrying a sack of rice on their back. Then, the contestants must find a number in the two inflatable kiddie swimming pools. They must then solve a basic mathematical equation as specified by the hosts using those two numbers. Next, they must ride a bicycle with no pedals following a track toward the next station. The next station involves crawling under a garter obstacle course as fast as possible. The final station is a food challenge in which the contestants must completely eat kebab. The grand finalist with the fastest time wins the beauty pageant.
Gilbert Larquez, the Isabelle Daza look-alike of Brgy. Arkong Bato, Valenzuela was proclaimed as the grand winner of the not-so-beauty pageant, receiving ₱200,000 in cash prize and a Juan for All, All for Juan showcase, which were essentially the prizes given by sponsors in the regular Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol segment. The winner of Best in Costume who received ₱10,000 was Joseph Baldomero, the Marian Rivera look-alike of Brgy. Malanday, Valenzuela City.
|Contestant||Country Representative||Celebrity Look-alike||Origin||Results|
|Gilbert Larqueza||Miss India||Isabelle Daza||Brgy. Arkong Bato, Valenzuela City||Winner|
|Joseph Baldomero||Miss Czech Republic||Marian Rivera||Brgy. Malanday, Valenzuela City||Best in Costume|
|Robert Dizon||Miss Malaysia||Marian Rivera||Brgy. 320 Zone 21, Sta. Ana, Manila||Grand finalist|
|Paul Argota||Miss China||Marian Rivera||Brgy. Barangka Ilaya, Mandaluyong City||Grand finalist|
|Roberto Roldan||Miss Norway||Pia Guanio||Brgy. Don Galo, Parañaque City||Grand finalist|