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'WOWOWIN' GOING OFF THE AIR: WILLIE REVILLAME, "PAG WALA KA NG RATINGS, HINDI KA NA BIDA"


JULY 28 --Willie Revillame: "“Maraming nagmamahal sa iyo sa industriya pero mas mahalin mo ang sarili." STAR/File  “Mahalin n’yo ang sarili n’yo.” This, Willie Revillame told fellow actors and artists as a special guest during the 15th anniversary party of YES! Magazine in Quezon City on Monday. The GMA-7 host urged members of the entertainment industry to take care of themselves and to prepare for the future. “Tandaan ninyo: ang industriyang ito, kapag matanda na tayo may bago nang lalabas,” he said. READ: Is another show folding up soon? Willie added: “’Pag wala ka nang ratings, hindi ka na bida. Kapag mababa ang ratings mo, iba na ang tingin sa’yo.” READ MORE...

ALSO: A ‘more domesticated’ Karylle


Karylle 
Good things are worth repeating, just like the “Next Attraction” concert of OPM “princesses” Karylle and Isabella, and “princes” Robin Nievera and Paolo Valenciano. It will be produced again by my good friend Pops Fernandez’s DSL Productions on Aug. 14 and 15 at the Music Museum in Greenhills. (For tickets, call 8919999 or 0916-7150672.) Pops, Martin Nievera, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Kuh Ledesma and Gary Valenciano are surely proud of their kids, who are all following in their footsteps.
The cool “Gen Next” artists will definitely sound lovelier the second time around. Here’s my tête-à-tête with Karylle: How has married life changed you? I’ve definitely become more domesticated. I keep house with my husband, do chores, the groceries, water the plants and cook! CONTINUE READING...

ALSO: Proudly, uniquely OPM


Noel Cabangon 
For the second Pinoy Music Festival, which coincides with the celebration of Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino this week, concerts, mall shows, bar-jamming sessions, street performances and various other musical events and activities will be held all around the metro to put the spotlight on local artists and their works. “We’re happy that we’re able to follow up on our efforts last year and made the festivities even more extensive—there are more to experience this time,” Noel Cabangon, Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) vice president for external affairs, told the Inquirer. “I hope this becomes a yearly tradition, not only in Manila, but around the country.” Spearheaded by OPM and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the observance of the said advocacy was prompted by President Aquino’s signing in 2014 of Proclamation No. 933, which declared the last week of July of every year as Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino, “to promote and develop the local music industry.” READ MORE...

ALSO: Echo no reason to feel insecure


'Bridges of Love' star Jericho Rosales (with co-stars Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador) believes being an actor is not only all about rising up but also giving others the chance to shine —Photo by Allan Sancon
Those who are tuned in to Bridges of Love on ABS-CBN night after night are saying that Paulo Avelino often outshines Jericho Rosales in their many confrontation scenes as brothers Gael Nakpil and Carlos Antonio, respectively.
In fact, it was only last week when Paulo once again displayed his intense acting during his and Jericho’s face-off-cum-revelation scene. This made many to wonder if Jericho feels insecure around Paulo. Jericho, who is also fondly called Echo, says, “For me, I’m a team player who is ready for any challenge na tipong ’pag hinarapan ako ng challenge, haharapin ko talaga ‘yun. But of course, people just see what’s on TV and they are quick to say, ‘Ah, he has more scenes than you.’ Ako naman, I know the whole story and there’s no reason for me to feel insecure when it comes to our roles. If this is his time to shine, then I’ll give it to him.” READ MORE...

ALSO: Dawn Zulueta on doing intimate scenes with Richard Gomez


Dawn Zulueta during the press conference for the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair" on Monday. Philstar.com/Joyce Jimenez
Dawn Zulueta has no problems doing intimate scenes with leading man Richard Gomez. “As long as I understand the scene and I know what I’m doing and I believe in the scene, why it is needed, then I’m good,” she said during a press conference on Monday. READ: Bea Alonzo 'working it out' with Zanjoe Marudo Dawn and Richard will star in the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair," their first official project together since the popular 2011 soap opera "Walang Hanggan." The two remain popular on-screen partners despite being married to other people. Dawn is married to Davao del Norte Rep. Anton Lagdameo Jr., while Richard is married to Leyte 4th district Rep. Lucy Torres. READ MORE...

ALSO: James Yap & Michela as sweet as ever


James Yap and girlfriend Michela Cazzola at an airport in Italy where they are spending their annual vacation with Michela’s family
Because of what James Yap posted on his Instagram, some people suspected that he and girlfriend Michela Cazzola were going through “something.” 
In Tagalog, the Visayan posting read: Kung ang pag-ibig ay umabot sa puntong nasasaktan na, bitawan mo na at ang sarili mo na lang ang i-save mo. Isipin mo na may makikita ka pang ibang iibigin. Pero di mo na makikita ang iyong sarili. Asked what that meant, James texted Funfare that, well, it meant nothing, no reference to him and Michela. “In general lang ‘yon,” said James. The truth is that the sweethearts are as sweet as they have always been. Two weeks ago, they spent a vacation in Hong Kong with James’ family. Asked if, as some people also suspected, they got secretly married there, James said, “Hindi pa, wala pa. Darating pa lang ‘yon, hehehe!” READ MORE...

ALSO: Mitzi one-on-one with Hajji Alejandro in Profiles


As we celebrate Original Pilipino Music (OPM) week this month, CNN Philippines anchor Mitzi Borromeo (far right) sits down with Hajji Alejandro (right), the man behind the OPM songs Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika, Nakapagtataka and Panakip Butas in Profiles.
Born Angelito Toledo Alejandro, Hajji started his music career as a college singer with the Circus Band in the ’70s. In 1977, he won the grand title at the Metro Pop Song Festival. He earned the title Kilabot ng Kolehiyala after winning the hearts of many college girls with his charm and voice. He eventually went solo and became one of the major pop stars in the OPM scene. On July 31 at 9:30 p.m., learn more about Hajji as he shares his stories and the secret to his decades-long career. His daughter, singer Rachel Alejandro, also imparts stories about Hajji as a father and mentor. THIS IS THE FULL REPORT.


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Willie Revillame: ‘Pag wala ka nang ratings, hindi ka na bida


JULY 28 --Willie Revillame: "“Maraming nagmamahal sa iyo sa industriya pero mas mahalin mo ang sarili." STAR/File

MANILA, JULY 29, 2015 (PHILSTAR) By Chuck Smith - “Mahalin n’yo ang sarili n’yo.” This, Willie Revillame told fellow actors and artists as a special guest during the 15th anniversary party of YES! Magazine in Quezon City on Monday.

The GMA-7 host urged members of the entertainment industry to take care of themselves and to prepare for the future.

“Tandaan ninyo: ang industriyang ito, kapag matanda na tayo may bago nang lalabas,” he said.

READ: Is another show folding up soon?

Willie added: “’Pag wala ka nang ratings, hindi ka na bida. Kapag mababa ang ratings mo, iba na ang tingin sa’yo.”

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These statements come amid reports that Willie’s GMA-7 Sunday variety show “Wowowin” will go off the air less than three months after it premiered.

According to reports, the weekly show will be replaced by a daily game show before GMA-7’s primetime news program.

“Maraming nagmamahal sa iyo sa industriya pero mas mahalin mo ang sarili. Kasi, at the end of the day, kapag may sakit ka na dapat may pera ka sa bulsa para hindi tayo nagmumukhang kawawa, lalapit kung kani-kanino, manghihingi ka ng pera,” he further said.

Willie attended the YES! anniversary party to receive a special recognition as the celebrity whose cover story on the magazine sold the most copies in their 15 years in publishing.


INQUIRER

A ‘more domesticated’ Karylle By: Dolly Anne Carvajal @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer 02:59 AM July 28th, 2015


Karylle
Good things are worth repeating, just like the “Next Attraction” concert of OPM “princesses” Karylle and Isabella, and “princes” Robin Nievera and Paolo Valenciano.

It will be produced again by my good friend Pops Fernandez’s DSL Productions on Aug. 14 and 15 at the Music Museum in Greenhills. (For tickets, call 8919999 or 0916-7150672.)

Pops, Martin Nievera, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Kuh Ledesma and Gary Valenciano are surely proud of their kids, who are all following in their footsteps.

The cool “Gen Next” artists will definitely sound lovelier the second time around.

Here’s my tête-à-tête with Karylle:

How has married life changed you?
I’ve definitely become more domesticated. I keep house with my husband, do chores, the groceries, water the plants and cook!

CONTINUE READING...

Since my husband is a musician, there’s always songwriting and recording sessions at home. I feel pressured to keep up so I try to do as many gigs and concerts as I can. I’m finishing my new album now.

In what ways are you different from your mom Zsa Zsa onstage?

My mom oozes with passion and fierceness onstage. I try to have a friendlier approach as a singer. I try to be as passionate as Mama and Yael. Being around so many people every day in “It’s Showtime” has also changed me. Now, I feel like everyone is a close friend… even when I’m onstage.

What’s the best and the toughest part of being Zsa Zsa’s daughter?

I love hearing stories about my mom from anyone and everyone. They always have beautiful stories to share. I feel the love. Tough? Our busy schedules. A busy mom and a busy daughter is a tough combo, but it’s a good thing that we also get to work together.

How’s your relationship with her boyfriend Conrad Onglao?

He’s a nice guy. I’m quietly strict as a daughter… I give them little tests. They’ve passed them all!

What have you learned about Yael now that you’re married?

He’s very thoughtful and he’s so patient. It’s so cute when he brings me to work. He cooks me a healthy breakfast! It comes with vitamins pa.

If your life story were made into a song, what would be its title?

Oh, it’s a soundtrack, but you will find it in our songs. “Iyong Iyong Iyo,” Sponge Cola’s new song, reminds me of how I love having someone like Yael in my life. It’s like a wedding vow.

What’s your song for your mom?

I wrote her a song and it was my first recorded composition called “Coz I Love You.”

Which of her songs is your fave?

“Point of No Return” by Tito Louie Ocampo (and Cocoy Laurel). It was really ahead of its time.

What’s the best thing that your mom has taught you?

She taught me to be strong. A few years ago when she had a cancer scare, she showed no fear and had complete faith in God. She didn’t make me feel like it was the end of the world.

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Happier hour

The über-hip Serendipity Lounge of Discovery Suites in Ortigas makes happy hour even happier from Monday to Friday (6 to 10 p.m.) with their buy one, take one promo for local beer brands.

The lounge also has a delectable ceviche selection of red snapper, king fish and salmon. Chillax to the max with the cool music of Kadense every Wednesday and KA Antonio & Z on Friday. (For reservations, call 719-8888 or visit www.discoverysuites.com ) Live it up and go bottoms up!

Personal

Birth anniversary cheers to one friend with a big heart, Cora Rodrigo, the queen of my fave neighborhood hangout, The Crowd Bar.

Daghang salamat to my Bohol angels, Sharlene Lim and Arlene Karaan, and my Ninong Dan Lim for always taking good care of me.

And to my Cebuano friend Catherine Acebuque, for such a wonderful bonding time.


INQUIRER

Proudly, uniquely OPM By: Allan Policarpio @alpolicarpio Philippine Daily Inquirer 02:57 AM July 28th, 2015


Noel Cabangon

For the second Pinoy Music Festival, which coincides with the celebration of Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino this week, concerts, mall shows, bar-jamming sessions, street performances and various other musical events and activities will be held all around the metro to put the spotlight on local artists and their works.

“We’re happy that we’re able to follow up on our efforts last year and made the festivities even more extensive—there are more to experience this time,” Noel Cabangon, Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) vice president for external affairs, told the Inquirer. “I hope this becomes a yearly tradition, not only in Manila, but around the country.”

Spearheaded by OPM and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the observance of the said advocacy was prompted by President Aquino’s signing in 2014 of Proclamation No. 933, which declared the last week of July of every year as Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino, “to promote and develop the local music industry.”

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It will be celebrated with the help of sponsor Bactidol for the first time this year. “Though we have limited resources, we try to fill the week (July 25 to 31) with as many activities as we can,” related Cabangon, who likewise heads the Filipino Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.

There’s the #PalakasinAngBosesNgOPM Session, a series of live performances by local artists from July 25 to 31 at select venues and bars in the city, including Saguijo Bar, 12 Monkeys, My Brother’s Mustache, Strumms, Route 196, 19th East, Teatrino and Conspiracy Bar.

Aside from musical showcases from a host of different artists, My OPM Playlist, a thematic exhibition featuring the playlists of select, influential Filipinos, will be displayed at the Bonifacio High Street Ampitheatre this week as well.


Abra

Free concert

The weeklong revelry will then culminate with a free grand concert at the Ayala Triangle Gardens on July 31. The show will gather onstage such diverse artists as Abra, Autotelic, Basti Artadi, 6cyclemind, Farewell Fair Weather, Jim Paredes, Christian Bautista, the Halili Cruz Dance Company and many others.
Cabangon also said that they are encouraging radio stations and malls to play mostly Filipino songs for the duration of the Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino.

“We’ve already talked to SM and Ayala. ABS-CBN pledged that they will dedicate all their platforms to this event,” said the singer-songwriter.

Meanwhile, NCCA chair Felipe de Leon Jr. said that apart from providing funds, the agency will help OPM put up a program that will be inclusive of traditional and folk music.

“OPM members are pop-oriented, so we want to assist them in incorporating other forms of music into the festival,” he told the Inquirer.

While entertainment is important, De Leon said he also wants to expose the public to the country’s rich musical heritage. “We have fantastic indigenous instruments from all over the Philippines, and I hope we can develop an appreciation for them,” De Leon said, adding it’s also critical to have socially-committed artists such as Bayang Barrios, Joey Ayala, Grace Nono and Gary Granada in the mix.

“We hope to do more of this in the future,” he added.

Promoting harmony

De Leon pointed out that being more inclusive of musicians from other parts of the country could promote harmony.

“That way, no one will feel left out,” he said. The NCCA mounted a free concert on July 25 at the Rizal Park, and another show will be held on July 30 at the SM Mall of Asia.

For a complete list of activities visit www.opm.org.ph  or www.facebook.com/PinoySingers (apolicarpio@inquirer.com.ph )


PHILSTAR

Echo no reason to feel insecure By Bot Glorioso (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 29, 2015 - 12:00am 0 0 googleplus0 0


'Bridges of Love' star Jericho Rosales (with co-stars Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador) believes being an actor is not only all about rising up but also giving others the chance to shine —Photo by Allan Sancon

MANILA, Philippines - Those who are tuned in to Bridges of Love on ABS-CBN night after night are saying that Paulo Avelino often outshines Jericho Rosales in their many confrontation scenes as brothers Gael Nakpil and Carlos Antonio, respectively.

In fact, it was only last week when Paulo once again displayed his intense acting during his and Jericho’s face-off-cum-revelation scene. This made many to wonder if Jericho feels insecure around Paulo.

Jericho, who is also fondly called Echo, says, “For me, I’m a team player who is ready for any challenge na tipong ’pag hinarapan ako ng challenge, haharapin ko talaga ‘yun. But of course, people just see what’s on TV and they are quick to say, ‘Ah, he has more scenes than you.’ Ako naman, I know the whole story and there’s no reason for me to feel insecure when it comes to our roles. If this is his time to shine, then I’ll give it to him.”

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He, too, reminds that shows nowadays no longer rely on a solo star. “It’s a different landscape now because you don’t just see one person being the lead star of a show but you always see two or more like here in Bridges.”

And if one is to recall the show’s past episodes, all stars had been given equal exposure. Echo had his “shining moment” during the early part of the show. Same with another lead star Maja Salvador who, according to reports, caught much attention when she performed a sexy number as bar dancer Mia Sandoval. Carmina Villarroel, Edu Manzano, Maureen Mauricio, Lito Pimentel and John Manalo also had their fair share of the spotlight.

“I’ve been working (as an actor) for 20 years and I’ve given my heart and soul to it. I always look at longevity; my career is not always about rising up, it’s also about giving someone a chance to shine,” adds Echo. “To me, my validation (as an actor) doesn’t come from tweets or from the number of scenes (I’ve appeared in), it comes from how I was able to do a great job to the role.”

Thus, expect a more impressive acting performance from Echo in the last three weeks of Bridges of Love, especially now that he has found out that his long-lost brother JR and rival in love Carlos are one and the same.

“Will Gael fight for his love? That you have to find out because it’s a tough situation where you have to make a concrete decision,” shares Echo on one of the show’s not-to be-missed part.

In the almost five months of playing Gael, Echo admits to having imbibed his character’s persona. “Mas lalo na-strengthen ’yung love ko sa mga kapatid ko because I’m a kuya myself. Like Gael, I also value my family, and of course, I admire Gael’s sacrifice. I think it’s my mission here to show the importance of family.”

Off-cam, the cast members have become closer and treat one another like family. Maja often shares her baon with Paulo, while Echo sings along and jams with them during taping breaks. According to Maja, it is Paulo who usually plays the guitar.

After Bridges, Echo will fly to Canada to visit his family before heading to London for ASAP. When he comes home, Echo will prepare for an indie movie and take some time to oversee his barbershop business. A new teleserye will keep him busy again by early next year.

“So, relax muna after Bridges. Definitely, I will go surfing pumuputi na kasi ako (laughs).”

Asked if he and wife Kim Jones are now ready to have a baby, Echo answers, “Since Kim is working for different brands and her work requires her to travel, we can’t really have a baby yet. But right now, she’s preparing her body for pregnancy so that when God tells us this is the time (to have a child), then okay. Ako din, I want to be a good dad to our future kids. Right now, we can’t really handle that yet so enjoy muna kaming dalawa, plus I have a son (Santino) to spend some time with. I just need to balance everything well.”


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Dawn Zulueta on doing intimate scenes with Richard Gomez

By Joyce Jimenez (philstar.com) | Updated July 28, 2015 - 2:20pm 5 226 googleplus0 0

Dawn Zulueta during the press conference for the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair" on Monday. Philstar.com/Joyce Jimenez MANILA, Philippines – Dawn Zulueta has no problems doing intimate scenes with leading man Richard Gomez.

“As long as I understand the scene and I know what I’m doing and I believe in the scene, why it is needed, then I’m good,” she said during a press conference on Monday.

READ: Bea Alonzo 'working it out' with Zanjoe Marudo

Dawn and Richard will star in the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair," their first official project together since the popular 2011 soap opera "Walang Hanggan."

The two remain popular on-screen partners despite being married to other people. Dawn is married to Davao del Norte Rep. Anton Lagdameo Jr., while Richard is married to Leyte 4th district Rep. Lucy Torres.

Dawn assures Richard, however, that her husband knows of the scenes she's doing with him.

Meanwhile, the renowned actress also commended Bea Alonzo, who also stars in "The Love Affair."

Dawn described Bea as a “dedicated” and “competent” actress.

WATCH: Bea opens up on relationship with Zanjoe

“Kasi she’s such a dedicated actress, I can understand to be in her shoes because one upon a time ako rin ‘yong younger actress who are doing the scenes with bigger stars,” she comments. “I like that about her. Kasi she’s really a very competent actress and I think she’ll reach much farther than where she is now. “

“I hope this is not the last time I work with her,” she added.

“The Love Affair” is directed by Nuel Naval and will be in cinemas on August 12.


PHILSTAR

Dawn Zulueta on doing intimate scenes with Richard Gomez By Joyce Jimenez (philstar.com) | Updated July 28, 2015 - 2:20pm 5 226 googleplus0 0

Dawn Zulueta during the press conference for the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair" on Monday. Philstar.com/Joyce Jimenez

MANILA, Philippines – Dawn Zulueta has no problems doing intimate scenes with leading man Richard Gomez.

“As long as I understand the scene and I know what I’m doing and I believe in the scene, why it is needed, then I’m good,” she said during a press conference on Monday.

READ: Bea Alonzo 'working it out' with Zanjoe Marudo

Dawn and Richard will star in the Star Cinema movie "The Love Affair," their first official project together since the popular 2011 soap opera "Walang Hanggan."

The two remain popular on-screen partners despite being married to other people. Dawn is married to Davao del Norte Rep. Anton Lagdameo Jr., while Richard is married to Leyte 4th district Rep. Lucy Torres.

READ MORE...

Dawn assures Richard, however, that her husband knows of the scenes she's doing with him.

Meanwhile, the renowned actress also commended Bea Alonzo, who also stars in "The Love Affair."

Dawn described Bea as a “dedicated” and “competent” actress.

WATCH: Bea opens up on relationship with Zanjoe

“Kasi she’s such a dedicated actress, I can understand to be in her shoes because one upon a time ako rin ‘yong younger actress who are doing the scenes with bigger stars,” she comments. “I like that about her. Kasi she’s really a very competent actress and I think she’ll reach much farther than where she is now. “

“I hope this is not the last time I work with her,” she added.

“The Love Affair” is directed by Nuel Naval and will be in cinemas on August 12.


PHILSTAR

James & Michela as sweet as ever FUNFARE By Ricky Lo (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 29, 2015 - 12:00am 0 0 googleplus0 0


James Yap and girlfriend Michela Cazzola at an airport in Italy where they are spending their annual vacation with Michela’s family

Because of what James Yap posted on his Instagram, some people suspected that he and girlfriend Michela Cazzola were going through “something.”

In Tagalog, the Visayan posting read: Kung ang pag-ibig ay umabot sa puntong nasasaktan na, bitawan mo na at ang sarili mo na lang ang i-save mo. Isipin mo na may makikita ka pang ibang iibigin. Pero di mo na makikita ang iyong sarili.

Asked what that meant, James texted Funfare that, well, it meant nothing, no reference to him and Michela.

“In general lang ‘yon,” said James.

The truth is that the sweethearts are as sweet as they have always been. Two weeks ago, they spent a vacation in Hong Kong with James’ family. Asked if, as some people also suspected, they got secretly married there, James said, “Hindi pa, wala pa. Darating pa lang ‘yon, hehehe!”

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A week after they came home, James and Michela flew to Italy for their annual visit with Michela’s family.

The photos on this page were sent to Funfare by James through his iPhone from an airport in Italy.

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Pokwang and American boyfriend Lee O’Brien: Happy parents soon

Pokwang 7 weeks pregnant

There must be no truth to the rumor that Pokwang and her American boyfriend Lee O’Brien are on the brink of splitting up. Somebody close to the couple said that the romance is going strong, especially now that Pokwang is seven weeks pregnant.

“It’s a very, very delicate pregnancy,” according to the Funfare DPA, “because of Pokwang’s age, 42 (on Aug. 27). She was advised by her OB-Gyne to take a complete bed rest. Pokwang daw is experiencing frequent spotting.”

Pokwang and Lee were together in Edsa Woolworth in which Pokwang played the title role as an OFW. She and Lee got to know each other closer and fell in love. He came to visit Pokwang as her house guest until next month.

Congratulations to Pokwang. She deserves a second chance at happiness with the man of her dreams.


Alma Moreno: Aiming higher

Alma for senator

Now on her last term as Councilor of Parañaque City, Alma Moreno confirmed to Funfare that she’s running for senator in the 2016 elections.

During her three terms, Alma has been holding a top post in the Philippine Councilors League (now as National Chairman) which has more than 17,000 members.


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Mitzi one-on-one with Hajji Alejandro in Profiles (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 28, 2015 - 12:00am 0 0 googleplus0 0

MANILA, Philippines - As we celebrate Original Pilipino Music (OPM) week this month, CNN Philippines anchor Mitzi Borromeo (far right) sits down with Hajji Alejandro (right), the man behind the OPM songs Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika, Nakapagtataka and Panakip Butas in Profiles.

Born Angelito Toledo Alejandro, Hajji started his music career as a college singer with the Circus Band in the ’70s. In 1977, he won the grand title at the Metro Pop Song Festival. He earned the title Kilabot ng Kolehiyala after winning the hearts of many college girls with his charm and voice.

He eventually went solo and became one of the major pop stars in the OPM scene.

On July 31 at 9:30 p.m., learn more about Hajji as he shares his stories and the secret to his decades-long career. His daughter, singer Rachel Alejandro, also imparts stories about Hajji as a father and mentor.


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