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Ai-Ai delas Alas endorses CBLIC anew


MANILA, Philippines–Philiipines’ Comedy Queen, Ai-Ai delas Alas recently extends his contract as endorser with a non-intimidating insurance (for niche markets, such as small-and-medium entrepreneurs, farmers, fishermen, and public school teachers)–Country Bankers Life Insurance Corporation (CBLIC), held on Tuesday, February 27 at the Casino Español de Manila.

Delas Alas being an entrepreneur as well, she felt the need of having the type of insurance policy that CBLIC is offering; particularly in protecting properties today. She believes that CBLIC, as an insurance group is more efficient and reliable. Thus, renewing her contract as the face of the said company is just appropriate.

Like Ai-Ai, she is concerned with unpredictability and desttructiveness of accidents like fire, which at the start of 2018, there were already eight fire incidents have occurred in the Metro. Back in the first quarter of 2017, there were 1,217 fire incidents that have been reported; and the cost of damages and casualties were estimated higher than the previous year, according to Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP).

CBLIC is a subsidiary of CBIG, which has expendad its fire insurance portfolio to make sure not just entrepreneurs but homeowners are able to protect and cover their properties.

Today, the insurance firm is headed by Atty. Romeo G. Velasquez, the president and ably supported by Geraldine Desiderio-Garcia, the senior vice president and general manager.

For several years, the company has develop a wide arry of insurance plans that are not only practical but relevant as well.

For more information, visit its office at 648 T.M. Kalaw, Manila or contact telephone numbers (632) 523-8911 and (632) 524-0621; also check its facebook page.

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Marion Aunor sings with Michael Pangilinan in a Fund-Raising Concert


On Sunday, March 6, the #RomanticMovieThemeSongPrincessMarion Aunor performed with the #HaranaPrinceMichael Pangilinan for a fund-raising concert titled ‘M & M: #Pumapagibig’ at Zirkho on Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City. Part of the proceeds of the show will be given to an institution, a half-way house in Ermita called ‘Bahay Aruga’.

Marion Aunor

Marion Aunor sporting a new short hair, which is just fitted for her re-invented image.

“It is not the first time that I helped the institution. We feel the need to give more that is why we have to mount this show,” Marion said.

Aunor who popularized the songs—‘Free Fall into Love’ and the one that hooked the moviegoers even more in the love scene of ‘Always Be My Maybe’ romantic-comedy flick, her song—‘How Can I’.

In her search to re-inventing herself and in reaching out to a larger audience, she has plans of creating more songs and doing more shows n the future and the show that she just had with Pangilinan is just one of those.

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Bailey’s Dream comes true!


The 13-year-old Internet sensation who used to dream of having a musical career and perform covers songs of popular artists and ‘Pinoy Big Brother 737’ 4th Teen Big Placer Bailey May is now a certified recording artist via his first-ever self-titled album under Star Music; as he launched it via a bloggers conference today, January 19.

Bailey's self-titled album released by Star Music

‘Bailey’ is the self-titled of Bailey May. Image is courtesy of Star Music.

Better known as the ‘Global Gwapito of UK’ is blessed to have worked with Inspirational Diva—Jamie Rivera, who served as his album’s overall album producer. He also mentioned that Rivera gave her two tips regarding the industry and singing.

“She said that I have to be grounded. And when I sing, I should feel the song I am singing.”

In the album, Jamie also composed two tracks, the catchy songs ‘Can You Be My Girl’ and Bailey’s first single—‘Gusto Kita’.

‘Bailey’ includes minus one versions of all the tracks, and can now be streamed on Spotify and will soon be available at all record bars nationwide. Digital tracks can also be downloaded via leading record stores all over the country and in online music stores such as iTunes, mymusicstore.com.ph, Amazon.com, and StarMusic.ph.

His fans and those who belong to this present generation will also definitely love the Hip Hop-laced ‘Boom goes My Heart’, the sparkling ‘Now We’re Together’ the inspiring ‘Gotta Win’ and Bailey’s version of ‘Build Me Up, Buttercup’.

According to Bailey, the first Tagalog song he learned was Daniel Padilla’s hit song ‘Nasa Iyo na ang Lahat’.

For more information, visit Star Music.

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