Mars Ravelo‘s Darna had several incarnations. On Philippine television, GMA-7 was successful in mounting two Darnas. First, it was Angel Locsin in 2005. The show had high ratings and the pilot week averaged at 50.08%, and its highest rating was 52.1%. Four years later (2009), it was Marian Rivera‘s turn to take on the iconic Filipino female superhero.
But when the license for Darna went to ABS-CBN 2, Locsin was considered to reprise her role. Due to her back injury, she was compelled to resign.
In 2017, after the long wait, Liza Soberano was chosen to succeed Locsin. However, almost a year after the announcement, the 21-year-old Fil-Am Star Magic artist withdrew from the film project due to another injury. But just today, a 20-year-old rising female star, Jane De Leon was revealed as the new Darna.
De Leon is no newbie in acting since she has appeared in films like The Debutantes (2017) and Walwal (2018), respectively. She played the younger sister of Jericho Rosales in the TV series, Halik.
Kapuso artist Glaiza de Castro was recently launched via a contract signing as the newest brand ambassador of Symply G Hair and Skin Care on April 1, held at DADS World Buffet in Quezon City.
De Castro’s celebrity status paved the way for the actress-singer to land on this endorsement, which both Symply G president Glenn Sy and marketing manager Marlon Fajardo have entrusted her. Currently, she is one artist who has a huge social media following. She has a million followers on Instagram and thousands of followers on both twitter and facebook.
Apart from that, the brand got her to be the face of Symply G Hair and Skin Care because she has proven herself even in the area of acting and performing through singing. Recently, she was nominated for the best actress category in FAMAS for her performance in the Cinemalaya film Liway.
For more information about Symply G Hair and Skin Care, visit its facebook page.
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.