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|Born||Aria Daniella H. Clemente
August 29, 1995
Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines
|Agent||Star Magic (2007–present)|
Aria Clemente is a Filipina teen singer, who was the second Filipino to win the World Championships of the Arts (WCOPA) award, also known as the "Hollywood Olympics". She won the 2007 junior singer WCOPA in Hollywood in Los Angeles, California.
STAGES and Star Records have come up with this concept album for the sixteen-year-old performer not only to officially launch her as a recording artist, but for children her age to have something they can use to sing along with.
Aria joined Little Big Star in 2007 but she didn't win, she was the 5th eliminated contestant of the talent show. She was twelve years old when she was given honor by winning the WCOPA. WCOPA is the first global competition that gathers the best performers from 50 countries around the world. There, participants can show their talents in dancing, singing, modeling, acting and others.
The song that became the reason of her success is the shortened version of "Do not Rain On My Parade" from the musical Funny Girl. Four best participants from the countries South Africa, New Zealand, Trinidad and Tobago and Russia has been her opponent in the Junior award vocalists.
Since she was the winner in 2007 WCOPA, many opportunities abroad and here in the Philippines opened for her unique talent and craftsmanship. She is invited practicing without a license from television, recordings, theater, product endorsements and corporate projects show. She also posted videos of her singing and playing with her ukelele in YouTube. She is best known as her role Jin Jin in the TV show Mara Clara.
She is now currently enrolled at UST in the College of Fine Arts and Design majoring in Interior Design.
|2007||Little Big Superstar||Herself/ Contestant|
|2008 \ 2010–Present||ASAP||Herself/ Performer|
|2011||100 Days to Heaven||Cielo|
|2014||Mara Clara: The Movie||Christina "Jin Jin" Tianghan|
|2006||Mano Po 5||Young Charity|
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