Para kay Alvarez, handa siyang bumaba sa puwesto kung ito ang hihingin ng pagkakataon. MANILA - "Pinoy Boyband Superstar" is now down to its last 10 contestants.On Sunday, Henz Villaraiz, Miko Juarez, James Ryan Cesena, and Mark Oblea performed individually in front of the judges after they were named the weakest group.Villaraiz and Cesena were given another chance after they were voted by the viewers to continue their journey on the show.Here are what the judges have to say about each performance: Henz Villaraiz - 25 Minutes Aga Muhlach: "You sang well. Alam kong hirap na hirap kang pero I see the effort." Vice Ganda: "And for tonight, I believe, James did a better performance between the two of you." Sandara Park: "I really like your voice and simula pa lang, gusto na kita eh." Yeng Constantino: "I really loved your voice tonight.MANILA -- A former boy band member tried his luck again in the music industry on Sunday's episode of "Pinoy Boyband Superstar." Japanese-Filipino charmer Yuki Sakamoto got a rating of 96 percent and secured all four nods from the judges with his rendition of Madonna's "Crazy for You." The 23-year-old Quezon city charmer was a former member of who sang the hit "Sa Isang Sulyap Mo." The band is now disbanded, according to Sakamoto.Oblea, on the other hand, was saved by judges Vice Ganda, Aga Muhlach and Yeng Constantino.
Lumutang ang balitang si Floriendo ang nagbabalak na patalsikin sa puwesto si Alvarez bagama’t itinatanggi ito ng kampo ng una. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, bagay naman na pinabulaanan ng dating Pangulo.
After several years, she began earning a monthly salary of P3,000 as an officer-in-charge, but it still wasn’t enough to support her family.
After 12 years as a security guard, she decided to open her own sari-sari store with only P500 as capital.
Comedian Vice Ganda said Sakamoto has a wide market since his appeal extends to both adults and teenagers alike, while singer Yeng Constantino commented: "Ang feminine ng boses mo pero ang macho ng dating mo which is very good kase balanse." Actor Aga Muhlach also praised Sakamoto: "You really know how to play the crowd.
MANILA – From being a security guard who earned only P450 a month, Zaide Fuentes is now a proud owner of a sari-sari store.
In college, graduate school and through most of my 20s I had always been a serial dater.